Dr Galina Gornostaeva is a Senior Lecturer in Sustainability, Operations and Supply Chain Management. Prior Joining the University of Westminster she studied economic geography in Moscow, Russia, and worked at various universities, including: de I’Universite libre de Bruxelles, Belgium; Ecole Centrale de Lille, France; LSE, UK.
She teaches on a range of courses related to sustainable cities, supply chain management, digital and sustainable business. She has a long experience in postgraduate supervision and led more than 50 students to successful completion since 2013.
Dr Gornostaeva is an experienced researcher with interests in sustainable supply chains, e-commerce; entrepreneurship and global production networks of start-ups and small independent producing and servicing firms; international supply chains, especially related to fashion retail and manufacturing; digital and sustainable business. She publishes in respectable academic journals and participated in ESRC and European funded projects.
I teach on modules:
7BUSS025w Collaboration, Cooperation and Green Supply Chains (Module leader)
7BUSS012w Research methods and project Preparation (Module leader)
7DIST001w Supply Chain Management Project (Module leader)
6BDIN001w Sustainable Business
5BUSS002w London Business: Operating as a Global City (Module leader)
5BDIN001w Operations and Digital Business
Since 2013 I supervised 50 postgraduate dissertations to the successful completion
My research is focusing on sustainable global production networks, supply chains and operations management, internationalization and entrepreneurship, e-commerce. My sectors of interest are digital business, fashion and apparel, film and television industry.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.