Dr Katiuscia Lavoratori

Teaching and Research Fellow

Dr Katiuscia Lavoratori

Dr Katiuscia Lavoratori

International Business and Strategy
BY AREA: Location Choice, Co-location, Agglomeration Economies, Micro-geography, Industry 4.0, Reshoring, Global Value Chain
140, HBS
k.lavoratori2@henley.ac.uk
+44 (0) 118 378 4414

Biography

Katiuscia Lavoratori is a Teaching and Research Fellow in International Business and Strategy at the Henley Business School.

Her research lies at the intersection of international business and economic geography, with special reference to the economic analysis of location choices, the relation between agglomeration and productivity, industry 4.0 and international business activities.

 Her teaching experience covers postgraduate modules in Economics and Management of Multinational Enterprises and Development Economics.

 

Research Grants

EIBA 2016 Best Paper Award in Track 10 “Knowledge Management and Innovation”, awarded paper “Co-location of offshored production and R&D activities. The role of intra-firm-linkages

 

Publications

Book Chapter

Castellani, D., Lavoratori, K. (forthcoming), Location of R&D abroad. An analysis on global cities, in: Capik, P., Dej, M. (eds.), Relocation of Economic Activity: Contemporary Theory and Practice in Local, Regional and Global Perspectives, Springer.