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Dr Yevhen Baranchenko

Senior Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School


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. 



Key Publications

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  • Towards sustainable development in a transition economy: The case of eco-industrial parks in Ukraine., Petrushenko, M., Burkynskyi, B., Shevchenko, H., Baranchenko, Y. 6 Jan 2022, In: Environmental Economics
  • State support policy for renewable energy development in emerging economies: The case of Ukraine, Kurbatova, T., Sotnyk, I., Kubatko, O., Baranchenko, Y., Arakpogun, E., Roubík, H. 30 Apr 2021, In: International Journal of Global Energy Issues
  • From Global Mindset to International Opportunities: The Internationalization of Chinese SMEs, He, C., Baranchenko, Y., Lin, Z., Szarucki, M., Yukhanaev, A. 15 May 2020, In: Journal of Business Economics and Management
  • Relationship between employability and turnover intention: The moderating effects of organizational support and career orientation, Baranchenko, Y., Xie, Y., Lin, Z., Lau, M., Ma, J. 1 Mar 2020, In: Journal of Management and Organization
  • The impact of ethical leadership on employee creative deviance: the mediating role of job autonomy, Liu, X., Baranchenko, Y., An, F., Lin, Z., Ma, J. 23 Dec 2020, In: Leadership & Organization Development Journal
  • The influences of transformational leadership on employee employability: Evidence from China, Xie, Y., Baranchenko, Y., Lin, Z., Lau, C., Ma, J. 7 Jan 2019, In: Employee Relations
  • Educational Mobility in Transition: what can China and the UK learn from each other?, Quan, R., Pearce, A., Baranchenko, Y. 1 Aug 2017, In: Journal of Management Development
  • Employability and job search behavior: A six-wave longitudinal study of Chinese university graduates, Xie, Y., Lin, Z., Baranchenko, Y., Lau, C., Yukhanaev, A., Lu, H. 13 Feb 2017, In: Employee Relations


  • Business Studies PhD June 04 2011
  • Business Studies MSc June 09 2004
  • Management June 17 2003
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2016

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