Carlos Cordova Chea

Carlos Cordova Chea

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About

Carlos is a Lecturer in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia (UK). Previous to coming to Norwich, he was a PhD. student at Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (UK), and an Instructor at ESAN Graduate School of Business (Peru). He holds a Master’s of International Business degree from Florida International University (USA), and Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration from ESAN University (Peru) and Cayetano Heredia University (Peru).

His research interests lie at the intersection of International Business, Emerging Markets, and Strategic Management. He has co-authored articles published in European Business Review, Multinational Business ReviewAdvanced Series in Management, and Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, and a book chapter edited by Cuervo-Cazurra, Newburry, and Park. Carlos has presented his research at several research conferences such as The Academy of International Business (AIB) - LAC Chapter Lima (2017) conference; Alliance MBS doctoral conference (2020); The European International Business Academy (EIBA) Madrid (2021) and Oslo (2022) conferences; The British Academy of Management (BAM) Manchester (2022) conference; The Academy of International Business (AIB) - UKI Chapter Glasgow (2023) conference; The Academy of International Business (AIB) Warsaw (2023) annual meeting.

Publications

- Hermans, M., Borda, A., Newburry, W., Cordova, C., Finchelstein, D., Gonzalez-Perez, M.A., Montoya-Bayardo, M.A., Velasco, G. and Velez-Ocampo, J. (2024), "Becoming a Multilatina: strategic capabilities as necessary conditions for the internationalization of Latin American firms", European Business Review, Vol. 36 No. 1, pp. 50-70.

- Borda, A.; & Cordova, C. (2020). Building Strategic Capabilities in Emerging Market Firms: The case of Peru. In: Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Newburry, W., & Park, S. (Eds.). Building Strategic Capabilities in Emerging Markets. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

- Borda, A., Guerra, G., Cordova, C., & Cordova, M. (2020). Ferrari five: How to recover control of the traditional channel in Colombia?. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies. Vol. 10 No. 2.

- Borda, A., Cordova, C., & Leon, J. (2019). DICOMA Corporation: challenges for future growth. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies. Vol. 9 No. 3.

- Borda, A., Newburry, W., Carneiro, J., & Cordova, C. (2019). Using Latin America as a research laboratory: The moderating effect of trade openness on the relationship between inward and outward FDI. Multinational Business Review. Vol, 27, No 2: 122 - 140.

- Morales, O.; & Cordova, C. (2019). Gastronomy as a National Identity Element: The Peruvian Case. In:  Georgiadou, A.; Gonzalez-Perez, M.A; & Olivas-Lujan, M. (Eds.). Diversity within Diversity Management: Country-based Perspectives. Advanced Series in Management, Vol. 21: 157 - 174.

- Morales, O.; Neves, C.; & Cordova, C. (2019). Hacia una solución de los conflictos sociales en el Perú: Conga un caso emblemático. Lima: ESAN Ediciones.

Cordova, C. (2018). Retención del talento humano: Variables predictoras de renuncia. In:  Louffat, E. (Ed.). Indicadores y mediciones aplicados a la gestión de personas: un análisis desde diversas perspectivas. México: Pearson.

Articles in Research Conferences/Workshops

- 2023  The Academy of International Business (AIB) Warsaw (2023) Meeting.

- 2023  The Academy of International Business UK & Ireland Chapter (AIB-UKI) Glasgow (2023) Conference.

- 2022  The European International Business Academy (EIBA) Oslo (2022) Conference.

- 2022  The British Academy of Management (BAM) Manchester (2022) Conference.

- 2021  The European International Business Academy (EIBA) Madrid (2021) Conference.

- 2020  Alliance Manchester Business School Doctoral Conference (2020).

- 2019  Global Value Chains and SDGs Agenda 2030 Research Workshop FGV-Sao Paulo (2019).

- 2018  Global Research on Emerging Economies Conference Lima (2018).

- 2017  The Academy of International Business Latin America and the Caribbean Chapter (AIB-LAC) Lima (2017) Conference.