Professor Diana Mangalagiu
diana.mangalagiu [at] smithschool.ox.ac.uk
Diana Mangalagiu is Professor of Strategy at Reims Management School, France, and Associate Professor at Sciences Po, Paris, France. Diana has a dual background, in both natural sciences (PhD in Artificial Intelligence, MSc in Physics, MSc in Microelectronics) and social sciences (MSc in Sociology and MSc in Management). Previous positions include Reader at HEC School of Management Paris, Scientific Director of the Centre for Central and Eastern Europe Studies, Scientist at the Complex Systems Lagrange Lab, Institute for Scientific Interchange, Italy.
From 2001 to 2003, she spent two years traveling, leading and participating in research projects and in local development projects in Latin America, Africa and South Pacific. Over the past decade, her research has been focusing on sustainability and social responsibility in corporate and public policy settings addressed through an approach articulating complexity, modelling, social experimentation and scenario development. Recently, she co-founded the Initiative for Science, Society and Policy Dialogue. Diana is a Romanian and French national. By her travels, she became fluent in seven languages.
Jaeger C.C., Paroussos L, Mangalagiu, D., Kupers, R, Mandel, A., Tabara J.D., (2011), A New Growth Path for Europe: Generating Prosperity and Jobs in the Low-Carbon Economy Synthesis Report
Mangalagiu, D. and Lamieri, M., (2010), Changing roles in Organizations: An Agent-Based Approach, in Mollona E. (eds), Computational Analysis of Firms Organization and Strategic Behaviour, London: Taylor & Francis, Inc., Routledge Research in Strategic Management, pp. 211-229.
Flowers, B. S., Kupers, R., Mangalagiu, D., Ramirez, R., Ravetz, R., Selsky, J., Wasden, C., and Wilkinson, A. (2010). The Oxford Scenarios: Beyond the Financial Crisis. Available at http://www.sbs.oxford.edu/financial-scenarios
Kupers, R. and Mangalagiu, D. (2010), Climate change policy – Positive or negative economic impact? Why?, European Climate Forum Brief Paper, (1/2010).
Mangalagiu, D. and Wilkinson, A. (2010), Thinking the Unthinkable: Scenarios and the Social Construction of Ignorance, Challenging Models in the Face of Uncertainty, Cambridge, United Kingdom, September 28-30.
Mangalagiu, D. (2010), Scenarios and complex systems: a dialogue for improving policy making, International Conference of Resource Information Centers on Resource Use, Environmental Conservation, Systems Modeling and Sustainability, Reykjavik, Iceland, September 12-17.
Mangalagiu, D., Kupers, R. and Wilkinson, A. (2010), Financial crisis and strategic learning: Using scenarios as framing devices in processes of anticipatory knowledge, European Group for Organization Studies Conference, Lisbon, June 27 – July 2.
Mangalagiu, D. 2010, The Oxford Scenarios: Learning from a Crisis towards Anticipatory Knowledge, The Eye of a Perfect Storm – an Interior View at the Financial Crisis, Conference, International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, USA, May 27-28.
Mangalagiu, D. 2010, Beyond unrealistic dreaming to creating a better future: The World Business Council for Sustainable Development Vision 2050 Initiative, Re-Imagining Partnerships for the Global Social Good, Brunel Business School, London, United Kingdom, April 29.