dr Magdalena Popowska
Harnessing digital technologies for poverty reduction. Evidence for low-income and lower-middle income countries
This paper contributes to understanding the relationship between ICT deployment and poverty alleviation in developing countries. It assess the digital technologies contribution to poverty reduction, through different channels of impact, like education, labor market, income and ICTtrade related activities. Using the sample of 40 developing countries between 1990 and 2019, it relies on macro data extracted from the World Bank Development...
This study aims to contribute to understanding the gender biases that emerge in the digital technology-related field. More specifically we concentrate on examining whether gender gaps are diminishing or are persistent in terms of women’s enrollment in technology-related programs at the tertiary level of education and for female STEM graduates. Next, this evidence is confronted with gender biases in the labor market regarding changing...
Purpose: This research aims to identify a sustainable university's key features. It is an essential step in tracing the topics discussed in the context of a sustainable university and their evolution in the scientific discourse. Design/methodology/approach: This paper relies on a systematic literature review (SLR) conducted using two scholarly databases: Emerald and Scopus. The timeframe selected by the authors for reviewing the...
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Obtained science degreedr Economics ()
Magdalena Popowska (PhD) is a researcher and lecturer of Organization Science and Entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Management and Economics of Gdansk University of Technology. For many years she has been in charge of exchange programmes, double degrees and other internationalization activities. In 2008-2016 she was a Vice-Dean for International and Public Affairs and now she is a Dean Proxy for International Cooperation. Her PhD was a comparative study on the internationalisation of SMEs in France and Poland. Today, her research is mainly focused on entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, and corporate governance. She took part in two research EU projects and was a leader of an Intensive Programme (summer school) within LLP in 2013. M. Popowska is also a ‘part-time’ entrepreneur.
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