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Olga Golubeva

Olga Golubeva

Universitetslektor

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Works at Stockholm Business School
Telephone 08-16 32 24
Email olga.golubeva@sbs.su.se
Visiting address Kräftriket, hus 3, 7, 15 och 24
Room 24:040
Postal address Företagsekonomiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

About me

Olga Golubeva defended her PhD in 2001 at Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University. Dr. Golubeva's academic career is combined with over 20 years of management experience in the investment and corporate banking, among others at Lundin Group, Crédit Agricole Indosuez (Calyonbank), Swedbank. Olgas research interests include financial management and accounting, financial analysis, FDI, business climate, credit decisions and banking, valuation of companies, project finance, Public-Private Partnership, sustainable investments. She is a member of Swedish Financial Analysts Association (Finansanalytikers förening) and Swedish Academy of Corporate Governance (Styrelseakademi).

From January 2017 she is a lecture at the Department of Accounting, Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University.

Olga Golubeva is a Head of the course "Management Control and Financial Analysis", Master program; Head of the course “Företagsanalys”, Bachelor program, C-level;  she also participates in the courses ”Advanced Research Methods in Accounting and Operational Management”, Master program; “Koncernredovisning och Revision”, Bachelor program, C-level; “Research Methods in Business Administration”, Bachelor program, C-level; “Managerial Accounting”, Bachelor program, B-level; and acts as a  Bachelor & Master Thesis’ Supervisor.

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Publications

A selection from Stockholm University publication database
  • 2017. Olga Golubeva. Applied Economics and Finance 4 (2), 113-128

    Difference between foreign and local investors in their respective assessments of business climate constraints has not yet been given much attention in research literature. Drawing on institutional theory and the concept of liability of foreignness (LoF), the study contributes towards filling this gap in the context of business climate variables faced by foreign firms operating in transition economies. The Mann-Whitney U Test is applied to firm-level data of 30 transition economies in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. We found that foreign investors experience less trouble with access to finance, tax rate and competition towards the informal sector compared with domestic firms. Conversely, such variables as courts, custom and trade regulations, inadequate workforce, and labor regulations disturbed foreign investors more than local companies. LoF appears as a balanced outcome of firm-specific advantages, possessed by foreign investors, and location and institutional advantages, utilized by the local companies. The results point towards important possible synergies in enhancing the business climate in transition economies by policy-makers, and to potential conflict between policy reforms accommodating the interests of foreign capital against those of domestic firms.

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Last updated: April 6, 2018

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