Dr. Daniela Gimenez

Post-Doc Researcher

Tel:       +49.8161.713098

E-MailDaniela.Gimenez@tum.de

 

 


Curriculum Vitae

1982:
Born in Valencia, Venezuela
1994–1999: Higher Education at the Colegio Sagrado Corazon, Valencia. Veneuela
2000-2006: Universidad de Carabobo. Valencia, Venezuela
Economic Science
2010-2013: Autonomous University of Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain
Master Research in Entrepreneurship and Management
Focus: Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, and Quantitative Methods
Master Thesis: Environmental conditions for female entrepreneurial activity: An international study
2015: Bentley University. Boston, United States
Visiting scholar Research focus: Entrepreneurship and advanced quantitative methods
2013-2016: Universität Witten/Herdecke. Witten, Germany
Doctoral student at the Chair of Business Administration and Family Entrepreneurship
Doctoral thesis: The Influence of Institutional Environment on Women’s Economic and Entrepreneurial Behavior: Investigating Women Entrepreneurs and Daughters’ Succession Intentions in Family Firms
2017: Universität Witten/Herdecke. Witten, Germany
Post-doc Researcher at the Chair of Business Administration and Family Entrepreneurship
Research focus: Entrepreneurship, gender, institutions, and family business
2018: Technische Universität München
Post-doc researcher at the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food Industry, TUM School of Management

Professional Experience

2017:
Universität Witten/Herdecke. Witten, Germany
Lecturer in Entrepreneurship- Part-time Position
2016 and 2017: IE Business School. Madrid, Spain
Guest Lecturer in women’s entrepreneurship in the course Gender and Economic Development
2012-2013: Autonomous University of Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain
Graduate assistant
2011- 2013: Star Cooperation Group. Barcelona, Spain
Consulting firm for Automotive and Electronic Companies
Accounting Analyst
2009-2010: KMPG. Caracas, Venezuela
Financial, Legal, Tax Advice and Management Consulting
Internal Auditor, Semi Senior Consultant
2008-2009: Taxand. Caracas, Venezuela
Tax advice and Management Consulting
Taxes, Semi Senior Analyst
2006-2008: Citigold - Citibank. Caracas, Venezuela
Traditional Bank with a Special Focus Private Banking
Service Representative

Publications

Giménez-Jimenez, D.; Calabró, A. (2019): Transgenerational entrepreneurial familiy firms and formal institutions: Exploring the impact of entrepreneurial orientation on family firm performance in different formal institutional settings. Edited by Giorgia M. D`Allura, Andrea Colli and Sanjay Goel. In Family Firms And Institutional Contexts. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Giménez, D; Edelman, L.; Calabrò, A; Minola, T; Cascia, L. (2018) The impact of affective commitment and in-group collectivism on daughters´sucession intentions. Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol. 2018 (issue 1)

Giménez, D; Calabrò, A. (2018) The Salient Role of Institutions in Women’s Entrepreneurship: A Critical Review and Agenda for Future Research. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 14(4), 857-882

Giménez, D; Gabaldon P; Seierstad, C. (2017) Women’s Entrepreneurship in Latin America: A Multidimensional Approach. Book “Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Growth of Women’s Entrepreneurship: A Comparative Analysis,” edited by Manolova, T; Edelman, L; Brush, C; Welter, F; Robb, A. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

Gabaldon, P; Giménez, D. (2017) Gender Diversity on Boards in Spain: A Non-mandatory Quota Book “Gender Diversity in the Boardroom: European Perspectives on Increasing Female Representation,” edited by Mensi-Klarbach, H; Gabaldon, P; Seierstad, C. London: Palgrave Macmillan Limited

Giménez, D; Peris-Ortiz, M; Urbano, D. (2015) A Cultural Perspective on Entrepreneurship and Regional Development: The Case of the Bages (Catalonia). In the Book “Entrepreneurship, Regional Development, and Culture,” edited by M. Peris-Ortiz, J.M. Merigó-Lindahl. Cham: Springer International Publishing

Giménez, D. (2012) Factores del Emprendimiento Femenino: Una Revisión de la Literatura. Revista Venezolana de Estudios de la Mujer. Vol. 17/N°38. pp.137-142