Research Topic: Gender policy implementation and emerging outcomes in the pathway towards organisational change.
Research Interests: Maria's research aims to examine gender policy implementation at the formal organisational level and the informal emerging outcomes, as these are shaped by contextual causal mechanisms. Emphasis is on organisational interactions and feedback loops.
Supervisors: Professor Federica Angeli, Dr George Eleftherakis
Michali M. and Eleftherakis G. (2022). Public Engagement Practices in EC-Funded RRI Projects: Fostering Socio-Scientific Collaborations. Administrative Sciences, 12 (3), p.104.
Michali, M., Kallia, E., Mezzana, D. and Eleftherakis, G. (2021). Responsible Public Engagement at Territorial Level: Core Dimensions and Means for Implementation. Book of full papers of 19th International Conference on the Ethical and Social Impacts of ICT (ETHICOMP 2021). Logroño, La Rioja, Spain.
Patsala, P., Priporas, C., Michali, M., and Kamenidou, I. (2021). Capturing Marketing Academics’
Conceptions of Creativity: Teaching Practices and Challenges in Greek Higher Education. In E. Pantano (ed). Creativity and Marketing: The Fuel for Success. UK: Emerald Publishing.
Patsala, P., and Michali, M. (2020). Sharpening Students’ Critical Literacy Skills through Corpus-based Instruction: Addressing the Issue of Language Sexism. In G. Neokleous, A. Krulatz, & R. Farrelly (eds). Handbook of Research on Cultivating Literacy in Diverse and Multilingual Classrooms. Pensylvania: IGI Global Inc.
Michali, M., and Eleftherakis, G. (2020). Bridging the Gender Gap in STEM Disciplines: An RRI Perspective. Proceedings of 18th International Conference on the Ethical and Social Impacts of ICT (ETHICOMP 2020). Logroño, La Rioja, Spain.
Maria completed her BA degree on English Language and Literature in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). After that, she obtained her MA degree on Applied Linguistics from the University of Sheffield (UK). For the past three years, she has been employed in South-East European Research Centre (SEERC), where she participates in EU-funded projects. During these projects, her work has been focused on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), on gender issues, and on issues related to equality and fairness in work environments, particularly in the field of Research and Innovation.
School for Business and Society
University of York