Participating lecturers - Summer School

Angel Barajas

Angel Barajas

Angel Barajas (Ph.D., University of Navarra) is a lecturer of Financial Management in the Department of Accountancy and Finance of University of Vigo, Spain. He is specialized in the fields of investment valuation and finance of sports (particularly professional football). He gained practical experience by working as a Financial Consultant for companies. He has been member of the Board of a logistic company during ten years. He is the author of several books and scholary articles.

Bruce Dalgaard

Bruce Dalgaard

Bruce R. Dalgaard (Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) is Professor of Economics and Asian Studies at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, USA. He teaches courses on American Business History, Macroeconomic Policy, Japanese Economic Development and Asian Societal Change. Before joining the St. Olaf faculty in 1992, Dalgaard held positions at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA. Dalgaard is the author of several books and scholary articles. He is actively involved in international education, regularly leading student groups to Europe and Japan.

 

Małgorzata Wejer-Kudełko

Małgorzata Wejer-Kudełko

Małgorzata Wejer-Kudełko has a Master degree in Management from Gdynia Maritime University, Poland. She is a lecturer of Corporate Finance and Marketing as well as Operational Director in a Polish production company. She is specialized in debt recovery process and its effectiveness which she is measuring in her PhD thesis. Moreover, she is a member of Polish Corporate Treasury Association dealing with the problem of cash flow.

Gerhard Feldmeier

Gerhard Feldmeier

Dr. Gerhard Feldmeier is Professor of International Economics and Management at Hochschule Bremerhaven, University of Applied Sciences. He is an economist and specialised in the subjects of Economic Policy in Europe, External Economic Relations and Global Management. After graduating in Business Administration and Economics he worked as an assistant professor in the "Instistute for World Economics and International Management" at the University of Bremen. Following this, he worked for seven years as an Economic Counsellor for the German Association of Industry and Commerce and was involved in practical policy-making processes.

Wolfgang Lukas

Wolfgang Lukas

Dr. Wolfgang Lukas is Professor of Human Resources, Organisation, and Management at Hochschule Bremerhaven, University of Applied Sciences. Before, he was Professor for Management at Fachhochschule Ostfriesland. His practical experience of over ten years positions as General Manager of Hoechst Schering AgrEvo A/S, Copenhagen, Head of Human Resources Policies of Hoechst Schering AgrEvo GmbH and Internal Consultant in the Corporate Development department of Schering AG, Berlin.

Carlos Nuñez

Carlos Nuñez

Carlos Nuñez is a lecturer in Operations Management and Logistics at Utrecht Business School. He studied Architecture at Los Andes University in Bogota, Columbia, and holds Masters Degrees in Engineering, Information Technology and Urban Planning from Delft University of Technology. He is specialised in Operations Management and Tourism Planning with special focus on achieving "Sustainable Development" in tourism planning. Carlos started his own firm in Architecture and Urban Planning twenty years ago, and has worked in several countries. He has further specialised in Intercultural Management and gives intercultural management training at the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam.

Raya Nuñez

Raya Nuñez

Raya Nuñez Mahdi is a lecturer at Utrecht Business School and Rotterdam Business School. She is Indonesian and gained her first intercultural experiences in Thailand, China, Indonesia, and Russia. She has a Master Degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam and studied, worked and lived in Germany, Colombia and the Netherlands. Now she lives and works in the Netherlands, where she develops training programmes for international managers at the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam. Her specialisations are Organisational Behaviour and Intercultural Management; also she is a free-lance writer on intercultural education for Dutch publications. Raya has been a visiting lecturer in Intercultural Management in several universities over the world.

Svetlana Rodionova

Svetlana Rodionova

Svetlana Rodionova is a Strategist at APG Investments, which manages the assets of one of the world largest pension funds. Strategic Asset Allocation unit at APG Investments is responsible for the medium to long term macroeconomic scenario construction, forecasts of expected returns on broad asset classes, construction of investment plans, participation in the investment policy formulation and thematic research. The latter includes a broad range of topics related to the impact of global trends and/or country factors on investments attractiveness and asset allocation.

Joseph Roevens

Joseph Roevens

Joseph Roevens Ph.D researches and lectures about participative forms of management and Change. He’s a professor at NHTV Breda University in the Netherlands and a research associate of its Center for Cross-cultural Understanding, and Change. Dr. Roevens received his B.A. from Cornell University, advanced degrees from IEP, Ecole Centrale and HEC in Paris, and from the School of Advanced International Relations (SAIS) of Johns Hopkins University. In 2008 he obtained a Ph.D from Tilburg University. As a polyglot bridge builder Dr. Roevens combines the subjects of economics, government, diplomacy, psychology, organizational development and ecological philosophy. His expertise covers all areas of management and sustainable Change, with a focus on entrepreneurial participation, corporate democracy, open book management and Chaos theory. Joseph is an Argentinian Tango dancer, who introduces executives and students to “The Tango of Change”. Read about his work on: www.ideaconnection.com/articles/00180-Creative-Chaos.html

Pieter Rol

Pieter Rol has Master degrees in Modern English Literature and English Language Teaching from the University of Amsterdam. He has entrepreneurial experience in import-export and wholesale and now teaches English to prepare students for a university education. He specialises in teaching speaking skills and is interested in the application of ICT in teaching.

Wouter Siddre

Wouter Siddre

Dr. Siddré has large experience as a Professor of Macroeconomics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. During his career he took on several additional jobs such as Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Advisor of one of the members of the European Commission. During the last ten years he specialised on Eastern European economies and especially on the Russian economy. Actually he teaches frequently as a guest professor in the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.