Shaul Shalvi, PhD

Shaul Shalvi is a professor of Behavioural Ethics at the Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision making (CREED), Amsterdam School of Economics.

Prof. Shalvi studies topics like fairness, equality, values and norms. In particular, he is interested in how people behave when their decisions and actions impact others. Currently, his team is focused on understanding the psychological factors influencing people’s behaviour when using sharing economy platforms. In particular, they seek to figure out how responsible sharing can be encouraged and maintained. Prof. Shalvi’s work appeared in leading journals in Management, Psychology, Economics, as well as in PNAS, Nature, and Science.

Holder of the European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant for his research project “Responsible sharing: Paving the path for transparent trust”.

He serves as an Associate Editor at the Judgment and Decision Making journal.

More about the research of Prof. Shalvi can be found at his Google Scholar profile or Web page.

Vadim Grinevich, PhD

Vadim Grinevich is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Innovation at the University of Bradford School of Management. Vadim holds a PhD in Management Studies from the University of Cambridge, where he also held research positions at the Judge Business School, Cambridge-MIT Institute, and Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies. He was also a Regional Research Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars at Washington, D.C. Before joining the School of Management at Braford, Vadim was the Head of Research at the Wolverhampton Business School. Prior to that, he led the Centre for Inclusive and Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Southampton where he remains a Visiting Professor. He has also been on the Academic Advisory Board of the Web Science Institute. 

His core area of interest and expertise is in the field of knowledge exchange, inclusive and sustainable entrepreneurship, spatial aspects of entrepreneurship and innovation, and digitally enabled business models. His research on digital platform economy contributed to the review of core EU consumer and marketing laws in the digital age. 

He has published in top journals including Research Policy, Small Business Economics, Journal of Technology Transfer, Environment and Planning C, International Journal of Management Reviews, and Gender, Work & Organizaton. Vadim’s research has been supported by UK Research Councils, British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship Fund, European Commission, NESTA and local and devolved administrations.

Prof. Grinevich is one of the founding members of the International Workshop Series on the Sharing Economy, the leading interdisciplinary academic and practitioner forum in the field running since 2015. 

More about the research of Prof. Grinevich can be found at his Google Scholar profile or Web page.

Jovana Karanovic, PhD

Jovana Karanovic is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Technology and Operations Management (Business Information Management section) at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Besides that, she teaches strategic management of technology and innovation at VU Amsterdam and is a contributing writer for The Next Web. She received a BSc in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a major in Economics from Amsterdam University College and an MSc in Business and Society from the University of Amsterdam. She obtained her PhD in Business Administration from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Jovana’s research is concerned with digital innovations, platform economy and the future of work. She researches new organizational forms in the platform economy, labour market impact, and the potential of the platform economy to offer sustainable business solutions.

Jovana Karanović is the Founder & Director of Reshaping Work. Her inspiration to create Reshaping Work was to bring together the community concerned with the future of work, not only to debate the issues but to find solutions to the pressing problems. Jovana is a frequent speaker at academic and industry events and has been an expert on panels and boards of major companies and public institutions.

More about the research of Prof. Karanović can be found at her Google Scholar profile or Web page.

Božidar Vlačić, PhD

Božidar Vlačić is an Assistant Professor at Católica Porto Business School and an Outstanding Researcher at the Research Centre in Management and Economics (CEGE), Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Portugal). He is also a visiting scholar at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb (Croatia), and a visiting research fellow at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia). Since 2018, he has held an International Ph.D. with honors in Economic Analysis and Business Strategy from the University of Vigo, the University of Santiago, and the University of A Coruña (Spain).

His main contributions have been published in journals such as the International Business Review, Journal of Business Research, Technovation, Journal of Small Business Management, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Journal of Intellectual Capital, and European Journal of International Management.

He serves as an associate editor at the Technology in Society journal, associate editor of the Journal of Enterprising Communities, and editorial board member of the Strategic Change Journal. Additionally, he is an active member of the Academy of International Business, the European International Business Academy (EIBA), and chairs the EIBA Early Career Network. 

More about the research of Prof. Vlačić can be found at his Google Scholar or Web page.