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Andrei Yu. Panibratov

Professor, Department of Strategic and International Management

Director, Center for the Study of Emerging Market and Russian Multinational Enterprises

 

E-mail: panibratov@gsom.spbu.ru

 

EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC DEGREES

  • Doctor of Science (Economics), Moscow State University of Management, 2006
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Wales, 1999
  • Candidate of Science (Economics), St. Petersburg State University, 1998
  • Specialist Degree (Political Economy), St. Petersburg State University, 1992

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Russian multinationals
  • Outward FDI from Russia
  • China-Russia business relationships
  • International strategy of emerging market firms
  • The role of political capital for emerging market firms
  • Liability of foreignness of emerging market firms

 

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

  • Visiting Scholar, Moore Business School, University of South Carolina, 2020
  • Visiting Professor, School of Economics and Finance at Shanghai International Studies University, 2018-present
  • Teachers training programs, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, 2008
  • Internship, HEC Paris, France, 2006
  • Internship, Babson College, 2002
  • Internship, Texas A&M University, 2001

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 

  • Academy of International Business (AIB), 2010 –.
  • European International Business Academy (EIBA), 2010 –.
  • Strategic Management Society (SMS), 2010 –.

 

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITIONAL BOARDS

  • Journal for East European Management Studies
  • Journal of East-West Business
  • International Journal of Emerging Markets
  • European Journal of International Management
  • Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies
  • BRICS Journal of Economics

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Consulting and research projects: World bank (USA), UMIST (UK), Aalto University School of Economics and Tampere University of Technology (Finland), European and Russian companies.
  • Guest Editor:International Business Review; International Journal of Emerging Markets; Journal of East-West Business
  • Ad hoc reviewer:Journal of International Business Studies, Research Policy, Journal of Business Research, International Business Review, Journal of International Management, Management and Organization Review, Cross-Cultural and Strategic Management Journal, Service Industries Journal, Journal of Organizational Change Management, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Journal for East-European Management Studies, Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies, International Journal of Technology Marketing, Engineering, Construction and Architecture Management Journal, Journal of International Business Education, Columbia FDI profiles, international conferences and paper development workshops

 

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • Panibratov, A. & Fitzpatrick, M. (2020). The effect of reverse knowledge spillovers on the total factor productivity in emerging markets, BRICS Journal of Economics, 1(1): 21-42.
  • Panibratov, A. &Klishevich, D. (2020). Dynamic capabilities during the internationalization of MNCs from post-socialist emerging markets, Multinational Business Review, https://doi.org/10.1108/MBR-06-2019-0052
  • Mihailova, I., Panibratov, A., &Latukha, M. (2020). Dismantling institutional complexity behind international competitiveness ofemerging market firms, Thunderbird International Business Review, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/tie.22095
  • Parnell, J.A., Spillan, J.E., Panibratov, A., &Yukhanaev, A. (2019). Strategy and performance of Russian firms: An organizational capabilities perspective, European Journal of International Management, DOI: 10.1504/EJIM2020.10024281
  • Michailova, S. &Panibratov, A. (2019). MNEs from Russia and CIS: From national champions to global players. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 14(3): 382-384.
  • Panibratov, A. &Michailova, S. (2019). The role of state ownership and home government political support in Russian multinationals’ internationalization. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 14(3): 436-450.
  • Ermolaeva, L., Nefedov, K., Panibratov, A., &Viktorov, D. (2019), Internationalisation driving value chain configuration: The case of emerging market IT companies. Journal of East-West Business, 25(4): 340-362.
  • Dikova, D., Panibratov, A.,&Veselova, A. (2019). Investment motives, ownership advantages and institutional distance: An examination of Russian cross-border acquisitions. International Business Review, 28(4): 625-637.
  • Ermolaeva, L., Freixanet, J., &Panibratov, A. (2018). The role of absorptive capacity in the relationship between firm internationalization and innovation: evidence from Russia, Journal for East-European Management Studies, 23(4): 621-641.
  • Panibratov, A., Brown, T. (2018). Foreign divestments from Russia: An exploration of the mediating factors, Strategic Change, 27(4): 359–367. 
  • Panibratov, A., Ribberink, N., Veselova, A. &Nefedov, K. (2018). Entry modes and liability of foreignness effects: Evidence from Russian firms on German market, Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies, 9 (1/17): 106-122.
  • Panibratov, A., & Brown, T. (2018). Mitigating divestment stigma: A legitimation perspective, Kybernetes, 47(5): 920-936. 
  • Panibratov, A. (2017). Cultural integration in cross-border M&A deals: The comparative study of acquisitions made by EMNEs from China and Russia, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 30(7): 1109-1135.
  • Panibratov, A. (2016). Home government influence on Russian MNEs: Balancing control against interest, International Journal of Emerging Markets, 11(4): 474-496.
  • Dikova, D., Panibratov, A., Veselova, A., &Ermolaeva, L. (2016). The joint effect of investment motives and institutional context on Russian international acquisitions, International Journal of Emerging Markets, 11(4): 674-692.
  • Panibratov, A. (2016). Unraveling the IJV rationale in emerging markets: The case of multinational enterprises in the Russian construction industry, Journal of East-West Business, 22(2): 97-117.
  • Latukha, M., &Panibratov, A. (2015). Top management teams’ competencies for international operations: do they influence a firm’s result? JournalofGeneralManagement, 40(4): 45-68.
  • Top management teams’ competencies for international operations: Do they influence a firm’s result? // Journal of General Management. 2015. Vol. 40 Issue 4. P. 45-68 (with M. Latukha).
  • Russian multinationals and their way to league of ‘hidden champions’. A review of Russian edition of H. Simon “Hidden Champions of the 21st Century: Success Strategies of Unknown World Market Leaders”. Moscow, 2014 // Russian Journal of Management. 2015. Vol. 13. Issue 1. P. 113-120 (in Russian).
  • Liability of foreignness of emerging market firms: The country of origin effect on Russian IT companies // Journal of East-West Business. 2015. Vol. 21 Issue 1. P. 22-40.
  • The liability of foreignness in the internationalization process of Russian energy companies // Vestnik (Herald) of St. Petersburg University. Management Series. 2015. Issue 2. P. 39-73 (with L. Ermolaeva, A. Abramkov) (in Russian).
  • Obtaining international results through partnerships: evidence from Russian MNEs in the IT sector // Journal of East European Management Studies. 2014. Vol. 19 Issue 1. P. 31-57 (with M. Latukha)
  • Developing brand awareness via social networks as a new sprout of global firms’ strategy on the Russian market // Journal of Euromarketing. 2014. Vol. 23 Issue 1-2. P. 37-56.
  • Classifying the roles of government in the expansion of Russian MNEs // The European Financial Review. 2014. Vol. June–July. P. 70-72
  • Eating sushi in a fun fashion: Shakes Russia // Dong-A Business Review. 2013. Vol. 2 Issue 127. P. 50-54.
  • Russian restaurant with Japanese cuisine makes foreign markets’ selection: The case of Two Sticks // Asian Case Research Journal. 2012. Vol. 16 Issue 2. P. 335-346
  • Joint venture strategy for emerging economy: Evidence from Russian energy sector // Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies. 2012. Vol. 3 Issue 2/6. P. 56–79 (with A. Abramkov)
  • Determinants of internationalization strategies of emerging market firms: A multilevel approach // Journal of East-West Business. 2012. Vol. 18 Issue 2. P. 157–184 (with I. Mihailova)
  • Russian banking sector: Key points of international expansion // Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies. 2011. Vol. 2 Issue 1/3. P. 63-74 (with C. Verba).
  • Entrepreneurial FDI in emerging economies: Russian SME strategy for Brazil // International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 2011. Vol. 12 Issue 3. P. 201-212 (with M. Latukha, E. Safonova-Salvadori).
  • Internationalization of russian companies: Evolving competitive advantages in the course of the foreign acquisitions // Vestnik (Herald) of St. Petersburg University. ManagementSeries. 2011. Issue 2. P. 39-60 (with C. Verba) (inRussian).
  • LastrategiedesmultinationalesRusses, inRussie: un “FarEast” Prometteur? // ProspectivesetEntreprise: EclairagessurlesEnterprisesdansunMondeOuvert, Paris: ChambredeCommerceetd’IndustriedeParis. 2011. Issue 16. P. 56-61(with J.-P. Larcon, G. Mazzini) (in French).
  • Russian Multinationals: Entry Strategies and Post-Entry Operations // Electronic Publications of Pan-European Institute (www.tse.fi/pei). 2010. Issue 15. 69 p. 
  • Internationalization process of Russian construction industry: Inward investments perspective // Journal for East European Management Studies. 2009. Vol. 14 (2). P. 210-228.

 

Monographs & Textbooks 

  • Panibratov A. (2017) International Strategy of Emerging Market Firms: Absorbing Global Knowledge and Building Competitive Advantages. New York: Routledge.
  • Russian Multinationals: From Regional Supremacy to Global Lead. London: Routledge, 2012.
  • Fundamentals of Business. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg University Publishing, 2006 (with V. Katkalo) (in Russian).
  • Marketing Strategies of MNEs in Transition Economies. St. Petersburg, NPK “ROST”, 2005 (in Russian).
  • MNEs Strategies in Transition Economy Markets. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg University of Economics and Finance Publishing, 2002 (with V. Regen) (in Russian).

 

Book Chapters

  • Panibratov, A. (2018). Volvo Construction Equipment in China: The joint venture with Shandong Lingong, in J. Paul (ed.) Business Environment, McGraw Hill Educatiion, forthcoming.
  • Puffer S.M., McCarthy, D.J., May, R.C., Shirokova, G.V., & Panibratov, A. (2018). Managing emerging markets in Russia, in R. Grosse & K. E. Meyer (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Management in Emerging Markets, Oxford University Press: Oxford.
  • Maclennan, M.L., Chueke, G.V., Panibratov, A., Marinova, S., & Klishevich, D. (2018). Latin America: Talent management in the new reality, in M. Latukha (Ed.) Talent Management in Global Organizations: A Cross-Country Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan: New York.
  • Panibratov, A., Maclennan, M.L., Chueke, G.V. (2018). Chile: Terra incognita, in M. Latukha (Ed.) Talent Management in Global Organizations: A Cross-Country Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan: New York. 
  • Latukha, M., Veselova, A., Veselova, L., Poór, J., Fehér, H.J., Tikhonova, V., Selivanovskikh, L., Maclennan, M.L., Chueke, G.V., Marinova, S., Panibratov, A. & Klishevich, D. (2018). Creating a talent management agenda for a global environment, in M. Latukha (Ed.) Talent Management in Global Organizations: A Cross-Country Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan: New York.
  • Panibratov, A., & Pantic, B. (2018). Internationalization of Lukoil: A Russian push and pull strategy in Europe, in Suder, G. & Lindeque, J. (eds.) Doing Business in Europe. Third Edition. 
  • Panibratov, A. (2017). Russian MNEs and Chinese Belt and Road initiative, in J.-P. Larcon (ed.) The New Silk Road: China Meets Europe in the Baltic Sea Region. A Business Perspective. World Scientific: New Jersey: 179-184.
  • Panibratov, A., & Ermolaeva, L. (2017). Outward investments from China and Russia: The case of the Sino-Russian Investment Relationship K. Liuhto, S. Sutyrin and J.-M. F. Blanchard (eds.) The Russian Economy and Foreign Direct Investment, Routledge: 173-191.
  • Panibratov, A. (2017). Russian oil and gas MNEs investing in China: The role of government in value creation S. Marinova, J. Larimo and N. Nummela (eds.) Value Creation in International Business - Volume 1: An MNC Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan: 279-306.
  • Panibratov, A., & Ermolaeva, L. (2016). Outward investments from China and Russia: The case of the Sino-Russian Investment Relationship K. Liuhto, S. Sutyrin and J.-M. F. Blanchard (eds.) The Russian Economy and Foreign Direct Investment, Routledge.
  • Panibratov, A., & Ermolaeva, L. (2015). Combining internationalization and autonomy: The case of Russia, in R.V. Turcan, J. Reilly and L. Bugaian (eds.) (Re)Discovering University Autonomy: The Global Market  Paradox of Stakeholder and Educational Values in Higher Education’, Palgrave Macmillan: New York.
  • Combining internationalization and autonomy: The case of Russia // R.V. Turcan, J. Reilly and L. Bugaian (eds.) (Re)Discovering University Autonomy: The Global Market  Paradox of Stakeholder and Educational Values in Higher Education’, Palgrave Macmillan: New York, 2015 (with L. Ermolaeva).
  • The effects of country and industry factors on the competitive advantage of European construction firms operating in Russia // S. Marinova (ed.) Institutional Impacts on Firm Internationalization, Palgrave Macmillan: New York, 2015: P 217-237.
  • Foreign expansion of Russian firms based on natural resources and technology // M. Marinov, S. Marinova (eds.) Successes and Challenges of Emerging Economy Multinationals, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. P 128-157 (with M. Latukha).
  • Cross-border M&A and Competitive Advantage of Russian EMNEs // Fleury A., Fleury M.-T., Ramamurti R., Willamson P. (eds.) The Competitive Advantage of Emerging Multinationals, Cambridge: Cambridge University press, 2013. P 220-239 (with K. Kalotay).
  • Servicing Local Customers for Entering Foreign Markets: Internationalization of Russian IT firms // Marinov M. and Marinova S. (eds.). Emerging Economies and Firms in the Global Crisis. N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. P. 314–333 (with M. Latukha)
  • International Competitiveness of Russian IT Firms: Strong Rivals or Survivors at the Edge? // Mukhopadhyay Ch., Akhilesh K.B., Srinivasan R., Gurtoo A. and Ramachandran P. (eds.). Driving the Economy through Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Emerging Agenda for Technology Management. New Delhi: Springer India, 2012. P. 849–858 (with I. Jormanainen, M. Latukha).
  • From National Leaders to Global Players: Evidence from Russian MNEs in the High Technology Sector // Internationalization of Emerging Economies and Firms / ed. by M. Marinov, S. Marinova. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. P. 169-190.
  • Outward FDI and Its Policy Context // Inward and Outward FDI Profiles / ed. by K. P. Sauvant, T. Jost, K. Davies, A.-M. Poveda Garcés. New York: Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment, 2011. P. 360-369 (with K. Kalotay).

 

Case Studies

  • Finnair: Re-Discover Russian Market (Case) / A. Yu. Panibratov, M. O. Latukha. — The Case Centre. — 2013. — 513-113-1. — P. 17.
  • Finnair: Re-Discover Russian Market (Teaching Note) / A. Yu. Panibratov, M. O. Latukha. — The Case Centre. — 2013. — 513-113-8. — P. 10.
  • Skanska: Withdrawal from the Russian Market — Failure or Part of a Strategy? (ECCH). 2012. 512-123-1. P. 12.
  • Russian restaurant with Japanese cuisine makes foreign markets’ selection: the case of Two Sticks // Asian Case Research Journal, 2012. Vol. 16(2). P. 335–346.
  • New brand for educational organization: the experience of two schools’ merger // Herald of St Petersburg University, Management, 2012. Issue 4. P. 126–139 (with M. Latukha) (in Russian).
  • Nokian Tyres: A variety of investment decisions for Russia // Medvedev A. and Latukha M. (eds.). Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish Companies in Russia. A Collection of Cases. St. Petersburg: SPbSU GSOM, 2012. P. 39–58.
  • YIT in Russia: Expansion to the East or escape from the West? // Medvedev A. and Latukha M. (eds.) Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish Companies in Russia. A Collection of Cases. St. Petersburg: SPbSU GSOM, 2012. P. 59–74.
  • Konecranes: Balancing scale of operations and quality of services in the Russian B2B market // Medvedev A. and Latukha M. (eds.) Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish Companies in Russia. A Collection of Cases, St. Petersburg: SPbSU GSOM, 2012. P. 125–142.
  • Skanska: Withdrawal from the Russian market – failure or a part of a strategy? // Medvedev A. and Latukha M (eds.). Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish Companies in Russia. A Collection of Cases, St. Petersburg: SPbSU GSOM, 2012. P. 175–193.
  • International Clinic: Is It Possible to Be Russian Healthcare Sector Leader? // Vestnik (Herald) of St. Petersburg University. Management Series. 2011. Issue 4: 152-167 (with M. Latukha) (in Russian).
  • The Rise of Russian Multinationals – the Lukoil Case // Doing Business in Europe, 2nd edition / ed. by G. Suder. London: Sage, 2011. P. 341-343.
  • European FDI for Emerging Market: The German Firm Strategy in Russia // Asian Case Research Journal. 2010. Vol. 14 (1). P. 63–93
  • Joint Ventures in the Construction Market: The Perspective of Finnish Firms in Russia (ECCH). 2010. No. 510-057-1.
  • The Balance between Operations Scale and Services Quality in the Russian B2B Market (ECCH). 2010. No. 510-058-1.
  • Marketing Strategy of Nokyan Tires on Russian Market // Marketing: Collected Cases from GSOM. St. Petersburg, Publishing Centre “Graduate School of Management”, 2009 (in Russian).
  • Why Do We Need the Fifth Wheel? Nokyan Tires Strategy in Russia. The European Case Clearing House (ECCH). 2009. No. 309-034-1.
  • Knauf International’s Strategy: Does Russia Need German Brick? (ECCH). 2007. No. 307-375-1.

 

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

  • AIB 2019 annual meeting Best Paper Award nominee, 2019.
  • Stockholm University the 4th EMIC conference Distinguished Scholar Award, 2019.
  • AACSB Certificate of Assurance of Learning seminar, 2018.
  • National representative of Russia, Board member, European International Business Academy, 2017
  • AIB CEE Best Paper Award, 2017.
  • AIB CEE Outstandig Scientific Paper Diploma, 2015.
  • AIB CEE Outstandig Reviewer Diploma, 2015.
  • Nomination for Finland Distinguished Professor (FIDIPRO) program by Tampere University of Technology, Finland, 2014.
  • St. Petersburg City Administration Diploma for Significant Contribution in the Government Plan of Education of the Management Cohorts for National Economy of Russian Federation in 2007/2008 – 2012/2013 academic years, 2013.

Courses

  • Doing Business Research in Emerging Markets (PhD program)
  • International Business Strategy (Master Program; Bachelor Program)
  • Internationalization of Emerging Market Multinational Enterprises (Master Program)

 

News

  • Andrei Panibratov is the first National Representative of Russia and the Board Member of the European International Business Academy. Here >>