School of Business and Economics


Boyka Simeonova

Dr Boyka Simeonova

Dr Simeonova conducts research in the areas of organisation studies, knowledge management, organisational learning and innovation

Knowledge and the Digital Economy Research Interest Group (KDE-RIG)

Leader: Dr Boyka Simeonova, Lecturer in Information Management

Knowledge and the Digital Economy is an international network which conducts innovative research around the following areas:

  • Knowledge and innovation processes;
  • Power dynamics in organizations;
  • Digital innovation;
  • Power and emotions in the digital world;
  • Digital inclusion;
  • Decision-making;
  • Digitalization of work and society;
  • AI, algorithms;
  • Humanism;
  • Use of technology and social media.

The network has a broad national and international membership.

If you have an interest in any aspect of knowledge management and the digital economy and would like to support KDE-RIG in its aims, then please contact Boyka Simeonova via

M.N. Ravishankar, Professor

Mat Hughes, Professor

Guy Fitzgerald, Emeritus Professor

R.D. Galliers, Honorary Visiting Professor

Peter Kawalek, Professor

Louise Cooke, Professor

Patrick Stacey, Associate Professor

Sharon Wagg, PhD Researcher

Mari-Klara Stein, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School

Riitta Hekkala, Assistant Professor, Aalto University

Alain Pinsonneault, Professor, McGill University

Leiser Silva, Associate Dean, University of Houston

Stella Pachidi, University Lecturer, Cambridge Judge Business School

Nancy Pouloudi, Associate Professor Athens University

Ela Klecun, Assistant Professor, LSE

Josh Morton, Assistant Professor, University of Leeds

Blockchain value co-creation Grant, Australia

Professor Robert Davison
Professor of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong: “Reflections of an IS Researcher”

Professor Harry Scarbrough
Professor in Information Systems and Management, CASS Business School

Professor Davide Nicolini 
Co-Director of Innovation, Knowledge & Organisational Networks Research Unit, Warwick Business School: "Understanding Expertise as a Multi-situated Practice"