Dr Karina Pavlisa
MSc, MSc, PhD, BSc
- Occupational Class
- practice theory
- career fields
- forms of human capital
Lecturer in International Business ManagementSchool of Management
Karina’s current academic interests cover practice theory, occupational class, forms of human capital, career strategy, inequality, quantitative analysis, consumption and savings, professional identity in institutional contexts and implications for business. Her doctoral thesis “Career, capitals and consumption: an analysis of the impacts of narrowly-defined occupational membership on household consumption, from human capital and occupational field perspective” explored the patterns of consumption and saving behaviour of agents defined by capital forms using large-scale national surveys.
Karina is an approved researcher of the Secure Data Service, Office of National Statistics, UK. Her research has been presented at conferences of the British Accounting and Finance Association, European Sociological Association, and the 70th Anniversary Conference of the British Sociological Association.
- Management (MSc Economics, Finance and Management programme). Unit Director.
- International Business Management (UG)
- International Business Management (MSc)