Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio is a postdoctoral research fellow studying the effects of gender, culture and organizational behavior on international strategic alliances using quantitative and qualitative research methods. She earned a JD, LL.M., and a Magistére-DJCE degree in Common and Civil Law and a Ph.D. in Social Sciences (summa cum laude) while studying at universities in France, Belgium, and the U.S.A. In addition, she also contributed to the United Nation's Principles for Responsible Management Education resource repository (discipline: law). Currently, at PON, Dr. Cecchi Dimeglio is focusing on three research projects: 1) the effects of gender and culture on the decision-making, negotiation and conflict management processes in international partnerships in Asia, 2) the role of lawyers in emerging economies, and 3) gender and entrepreneurship. At WAPPP, she will conduct further research on the role of gender in the quick services restaurant industry in China, India, Malaysia and Thailand.
Exploring the role of gender in the quick services restaurant industry in China, India, Malaysia, and Thailand: An empirical analysis