Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship
• Ph.D. in Management, IESE Business School
• Master of Research in Management, IESE Business School
• Bachelor of Science in International Business, Northeastern University
• Bachelor in European Management, NEOMA
Yuliya is an Associate Professor in the Entrepreneurship Department at IESE. She received her Ph.D. from IESE (Spain) and Bachelor degree from Neoma (France) and Northeastern University (USA). Prior to joining IESE, Yuliya taught and studied new ventures based on the analysis of their business models at Toulouse Business School (France) and was a visiting scholar at SCANCOR, Stanford University (USA). Before her academic career, she worked in corporate finance at both established firms such as Johnson & Johnson and Coca-Cola as well as at startups.
Yuliya’s research lies at the intersection of entrepreneurship, innovation, and organization theory. She is interested in how entrepreneurial leaders design innovative and high-performing business models when facing technological change, disruptions, and evolving ecosystems. By using cognitive and linguistic approaches such as framing, she studies the role of founders, time, and language in entrepreneurship.
Yuliya’s research has been published in leading academic journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Management, and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. She serves as associate editor of Journal of Management Studies and editorial board member at Academy of Management Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal and Strategic Organization.