Pedro is an organizational ethnographer with a particular interest in classic themes in management and organization theory. He studies bureaucracy and formal organizational structures focusing on their implications for collaboration, learning, innovation, and expert work. For more information visit  

Teresa Domenech

Teresa’s main stream research studies focus on regulatory initiatives. Her current work includes the study of the work of a professional association of engineers in the US that leads to a global initiative on ethics of autonomous and intelligent systems. In her ongoing dissertation she is studying the discussions that are taking place in the development of recommendations of a US Agency to achieve biosafety and biosecurity in biotechnology experimentation.


emlyon business school 

PhD in Management (expected 2023) 

MPhil Management (2019)


Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Masters in Economy and Management of Innovation (2014)

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

BA in Business Administration and Management (2013)

BA in Law (2012)

Wirtshaftuniversität Wien

Erasmus Scholarship (2011)



IESE business school

Madrid (Spain)

Research Assistant



Madrid (Spain)

Internship, Department of International Taxes


CONDORAY, Centre of Professional Training for Women

Lima (Peru)


 Quintanilla, J. & Domenech, T. (2014) "Uría Menéndez: la promoción a socio", IESE, DPO-318, 09/2014 


Reviewer, Academy of Management Conference (Technology & Innovation Management division)

Elected Member of the Quality Commission of the Master in Economy and Management of Innovation (2014-2017)