Research Output per year
My research draws together aspects of strategy and risk. Current and research is focused on two major areas: 1) the use and impact of strategy tools, particularly foresight tools like scenario planning; 2) the impact of natural disasters and natural hazard risk on the internationalisation of firms.
My PhD (University of St Andrews, UK) was a longitudinal, empirical study of a large, complex organisation's application of a scenario-informed strategic planning process. My postdoctoral research (University of Cambridge, UK) concentrated on risk, where I co-developed the Cambridge Risk Framework; a methodology which uses catastrophic event scenarios to estimate the impact on interconnected systems (e.g. financial networks, shipping networks) as a means of modelling the global socio-economic consequences.
I have a wide network of international collaborators and publish in world leading journals. I am an active member of the Strategic Management Society and serve currently on the Editorial Board of Futures and Foresight Science.
Statement for HDR students
I am interested in hearing from potential research students with a sound theoretical and/or practical understanding of risk and/or strategy. Scholars with specific interest in internationalisation, decision-making, strategy tools (particularly Scenario Planning), and/or sociological aspects of the strategy would be particularly welcome.
University of St. Andrews
Award Date: 22 Jun 2011
Modelling the impact of liner shipping network perturbations on container cargo routing: Southeast Asia to Europe applicationAchurra-Gonzalez, P. E., Novati, M., Graham, D. J., Bowman, G., Bell, M. G. H. & Angeloudis, P., 1 Feb 2019, In : Accident Analysis and Prevention. 123, p. 399-410 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › Research › peer-review