Dr Dorottya Sallai

Dr Dorottya Sallai

Assistant Professorial Lecturer

Department of Management

Telephone
+44 (0)20 3486 2950
Room No
NAB 4.01
Languages
English
Key Expertise
State-firm relations, Corporate Political Activity, Governance

About me

Dorottya Sallai is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Management. She completed her doctoral research in Management and Public Policy at King's College London. Her PhD focused on the Europeanization of corporate lobbying in the enlarged European Union. Her study on European Union lobbying and post-socialist network capitalism has been published in the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS). Her subsequent work investigates state-firm relations, corporate political activities from the perspective of comparative capitalism, multinational companies’ political strategies in emerging market contexts and the impact of different institutional and political systems on corporate strategies. Currently she investigates the impact of authoritarian and populist states on firm strategies.

Before joining LSE, Dr Sallai worked as a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader of the BA (Hons) Business with Law and the BA (Hons) International Business programmes in the Department of International Business and Economics, at the University of Greenwich.

Dr Sallai has extensive management and consulting experience. She worked with private and public sector organisations as well as the European Commission, providing consultancy in EU-affairs, public policy, EU funding management and pan-European evaluation and research projects.

She holds an MA in European Studies from the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), a BA in Marketing and International Management from Avans University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands), and a BA in Economics and International Communications from the Budapest Business School – University of Applied Sciences (Hungary).

She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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Expertise Details

State-firm relations; Corporate Political Activity; Governance