Daniella Fjellström

Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Business Administration

Department of Business and Economic Studies
Faculty of Education and Business Studies

Telephone:
Phone: +46 (0)26-64 82 14

E-mail: daniella.fjellstrom@hig.se


Daniella Fjellström, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Department of Business Studies. She was awarded her PhD from the Centre of International Business Studies (CIBUL) at the Leeds University Business School (LUBS), the University of Leeds, UK in 2012. Prior to academia, she was working in industry for international MNEs. She has post-doctoral experience from Uppsala University and has been working as a lecturer for Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University. She is currently teaching and supervising international MBA students and Bachelor level.

Current research

Her research interest’ lies is cross-cultural management, organizational learning and management of MNEs with a focus on China and emerging markets.

  • Internationalizations of SMEs
  • Reshoring from China and East Asia
  • Organizational culture and learning in MNEs

Latest publications

Osarenkhoe, A. & Fjellström, D. (2017). Clusters’ vital role in promoting international competitive advantage : towards an explanatory model of regional growth [El rol fundamental de los clúster en la promoción de la ventaja competitive internacional - Hacia un modelo explicativo del crecimiento regional]. Investigaciones Regionales, 2017 (39), 175-194. Link [More information]
Ojiaku, O., Osarenkhoe, A. & Fjellström, D. (2017). Determinants of Customers’ Intention to ‘Port’ Mobile Phone Numbers in Times of Proliferating use of Multi-Sims. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 15 (22), 621-643. Link [More information]
Fjellström, D. & Zander, L. (2017). Asymmetrical Adaptation in a Swedish-Chinese context. Knowledge transfer in Multinational Companies : Sharing Multiple Perspectives. Paris: L'Harmattan. S. 73-117. [More information]
Osarenkhoe, A. & Fjellström, D. (2017). Clustering and networking as a sine qua non for SMES and regional international competitive advantage. Global and natinoal business theories and practice : Bridging the past with the future: EUROMED PRESS. S. 1258-1281. [More information]
Osarenkhoe, A. & Fjellström, D. (2017). Cluster's internationalisation platform as a springboard for internationalisation of firms in the age of digitalisation. <em></em>Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020 : Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth: International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA). S. 3022-3032. [More information]
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