Anatoly Zhuplev

Zhuplev, Anatoly is a Professor of International Business and Entrepreneurship at Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, California) and former Editor-in-Chief at the Journal of East West Business (2011-2013). He taught for ten years at the Moscow Management Institute, and subsequently at the Advanced Training Institute of the State Committee for Printing and Publishing in Moscow; in Bonn, Germany in 1994, 1998, 2009; in Warsaw, Poland (as a Fulbright scholar) in 2005; in Paris, France in 2004-2007, and at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 1989-1990. His books and articles on International Management, International Entrepreneurship, International Business, European Energy Security and Corporate Governance (around 100 overall) have been published in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe, Russia, and the former USSR. He received his Ph.D. from the Moscow Management Institute, Russia, in 1981, and his B.S. from the Moscow Engineer-Economics Institute in 1974.

Publications

Project-Based Learning in Business Education: Genesis and Implications for Strategic Competitiveness
Karen Huchting, Anatoly Zhuplev, Jessica Miyun Lee. © 2021. 38 pages.
The authors explore project-based learning (PBL) pedagogy in international business venturing (IBV) under trends and drivers affecting higher education. They look at the genesis...
Business Education in the USA: Strategic Imperatives in the Age of Disruption
Anatoly Zhuplev, Nataly Blas. © 2021. 31 pages.
This chapter examines emerging trends and developments of business education in American higher education. The authors trace the genesis of U.S. business education to its...
Preface
Anatoly Zhuplev. © 2018. 8 pages.
This Preface is included in the book Disruptive Technologies for Business Development and Strategic Advantage.
The Impacts of Peer-to-Peer Lodging Platform on the Traditional Lodging Industry: California vs. Southern Europe
Anatoly Zhuplev, Jonathan Dell, DaVion Doby, Joshua Tillipman. © 2018. 75 pages.
The chapter presents a comparative analysis of trends in the peer-to-peer lodging and their impacts on the lodging industry of the metropolitan regions of the Greater Los...
Energy and Sustainability in the European Region: The Russian Factor
Anatoly Zhuplev, Dmitry A. Shtykhno. © 2017. 41 pages.
This chapter examines European energy security in the EU-Russian context. Europe is extremely dependent on Russian energy imports. This dependency requires sustainable energy...
The Role of Inward FDI for Economic Growth at the Time of Downturn: The Case of Russia
Anatoly Zhuplev, Mikhail Kuznetsov. © 2017. 39 pages.
The chapter explores FDI trends and patterns in Russia. FDI global framework includes multiple stakeholders with diverse interests, expectations, and political attitudes toward...
Energy and Sustainability in the European Region: The Russian Factor
Anatoly Zhuplev, Dmitry A. Shtykhno. © 2015. 41 pages.
This chapter examines European energy security in the EU-Russian context. Europe is extremely dependent on Russian energy imports. This dependency requires sustainable energy...
Geo-Regional Competitiveness in Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltic Countries, and Russia
Anatoly Zhuplev, Kari Liuhto. © 2014. 458 pages.
The changing dynamics in the European region and beyond, the unfolding political-economic challenges across the European Union, and the rising global power of emerging economic...
European Energy Security and Sustainability: The Russian Perspective
Anatoly Zhuplev, Dmitry A. Shtykhno. © 2012. 30 pages.
Europe’s economic wellbeing and growth are highly energy dependent and heavily reliant on Russian imports of oil and gas. European energy security, its alternatives, and...