PhD in Strategic Management from the University of North Texas; MBA from the Illinois State University; MA in International Trade and Exchanges from the Institute of European Studies, Paris 8 University (Institut d’Etudes Européennes, Université Paris 8).
Interests & Passions
Phenomena lying at the intersection of three major areas: corporate corruption, corporate social responsibility and sustainability (e.g., community supported businesses, circular economy, sustainable resource management), and international business context.
Dr. Leyla Orudzheva is Assistant Professor of Management at Texas A&M University-Central Texas. She received her PhD in strategic management from the University of North Texas. Marked by her multicultural background and her industry experience in exporting and importing, she teaches global business, business ethics, responsibilities and ethics of leadership, and international management for sustainability. Her research focuses on the phenomena lying at the intersection of three major areas: corporate corruption, corporate social responsibility and sustainability, and international business context. She has published in journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Social Responsibility Journal, and Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability; and presented her research at the Academy of Management, Southern Management Association, Strategic Management Society, and Academy of International Business MENA annual meetings. She is also the Texas A&M University- Central Texas COBA representative on the STAR Circular Economy Education Working Group.
Why am I an OPEN fellow?
To engage and network with like-minded individuals and organizations who are motivated to promote sustainable development.
How can I help change agents?
Always happy to share my expertise and contribute to the promotion of a more sustainable, responsible, and fairer world around us.