Human Capital Management, Spillovers from Human Capital, Employee Mobility, Human Capital Recruitment Strategies
Organisational Incentives, Organisational Design, Competitive Advantage from Skilled Human Capital, People Analytics
Victoria Sevcenko is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, where she teaches an MBA elective on organization design and incentives, and PhD courses on strategy. Victoria earned her PhD in Strategy & Entrepreneurship from the London Business School, where her dissertation focused on explaining how organizations create and appropriate value from human capital.
Victoria’s research examines how organizations can use internal and external labor market frictions to gain a competitive advantage from skilled human capital. In particular, she studies the consequences of employees’ human capital, social capital and demographic characteristics for firm performance, organization design choices and hiring patterns in knowledge-intensive industries such as institutional investment management, sell-side security research and U.S. federal lobbying. Her work has been published in Organization Science.
Victoria holds a BSc in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Warwick, and MSc degrees in Economics and Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science and Imperial College Business School.