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Dr Yevhen Baranchenko

Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management and International Business

Department: Newcastle Business School

Yevhen joined Newcastle Business School in 2013 continuing his career in higher education sector. In 2007 Yevhen was awarded fully-funded studentship to support his PhD at Northumbria University, which was successfully completed in 2011.

 

Yevhen joined Newcastle Business School in 2013 continuing his career in higher education sector.  His qualifications include BSc in Management, MSc in Agribusiness and PGCert in Higher Education Practice.  In 2007 Yevhen was awarded fully-funded studentship to support his PhD at Northumbria University, which was successfully completed in 2011.

Prior to his appointment as a lecturer at Northumbria University Yevhen gained industrial experience at a procurement manager position and also taught at Sumy State University in Ukraine, where he was involved in a number of European funded projects aimed at the modernisation of higher education in Eastern Europe.  Yevhen has extensive experience of teaching and supervising students in the areas of strategy, international business and applied business ethics.  His current research interests include sustainable development, higher education sector and employability. 

 

 

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Qualifications

PhD, PGCert, MSc, BSc, FHEA

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Sustainable Development, Higher Education Sector and Employability, International Business.

Key Publications

Journal Articles

Quan, R., Pearce, A. & Baranchenko, Y. (2017). Educational Mobility in Transition: what can China and the UK learn from each other? Journal of Management Development, 36 (6), 828-843.

Yizhong, X., Lin, Z., Baranchenko, Y., Lau, C. K., Yukhanaev, A., & Lu, H. (2017). Employability and job search behavior: a six-wave longitudinal study of Chinese university graduates. Employee Relations: The International Journal, 39(2), 223-239.

Baranchenko, Y., Yukhanaev, A. & Patoilo, P. (2016). Exploring Erasmus Student Mobility in Ukraine: A Case Study.  Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research, 3(1), 10-17.

Yukhanaev, A., Fallon, G., Baranchenko, Y. & Anisimova, A. (2015). An Investigation into the Formal Institutional Constraints that Restrict Entrepreneurship and SME Growth in Russia. Journal of East-West Business, 21(4), 313-341.

Baranchenko Y. & Oglethorpe D.R. (2012) The Potential Environmental Benefits of Co-Operative Businesses Within the Climate Change Agenda, Business Strategy and the Environment, 21(3), 197-210.

Conference Contribution

Pearce, A., Quan, R. & Baranchenko, Y. (September 2015) Educational Mobility in Transition: what can China, Ukraine and the UK learn from one another?  The 2nd Academic Conference on China Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Krakow, Poland. 22-24 September 2015.

Xie, Y., Baranchenko, Y., Lau, C.K. & Lu, H. (May 2015) The influences of transformational leadership on employee employability: Evidence from People’s Republic of China. 16th Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference in Istanbul, Turkey. 27-29 May 2015.,

Baranchenko Y., Yukhanaev A. & Patoilo P. (June 2014) A Case Study of Inward Erasmus Student Mobility in Ukraine, Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, Cass Business School at the City University London, UK, 16-17 June 2014.,

Yukhanaev A., Baranchenko Y. Anisimova A. (April 2014) Russia for business “ invest or not invest? , Proceedings of the 41st Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference. The York Management School, University of York, 10-12 April 2014. ,

Baranchenko Y. & Yukhanaev A. (July 2013) Barriers to Using Qualitative Methods in Business and Management Research in Ukraine, Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal, 4-5 July 2013,

Baranchenko Y. & Oglethorpe D. (October 2010) Collaboration within food supply chains and the environmental benefits of the co-operative business model, In: The 8th International Conference on Logistics and Supply Chain Management Research, 29th September- 1st October 2010, Bordeaux, France. 

Subject Group

Strategic Management and International Business


Economic rationalisation, socio-cultural and technological change, sustainability and environmental pressures together with the rapid rise of new economic powers outside of the western hemisphere have focussed the attention of managers, academics and those involved in public policy on the areas of strategic management and international business in an unprecedented manner. 

Firms urgently need to transform their businesses and take a long-term strategic perspective to adequately adapt to the realities of an increasingly interconnected global business environment that invariably brings heightened levels of competition. Against this background, the Strategic Management and International Business subject group has a range of research and practice-based expertise to assist organisations and prepare students for the challenges presented in the contemporary business world. Current research projects centre on macro issues, including institutional and regulatory structures, in the UK, Europe and China.

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