Ksenia Krylova is a doctoral student in Management at the University of Houston, Bauer College of Business. Ksenia holds a Master of International Law degree (LL.M) from the University of Houston Law Center and a Bachelor in Jurisprudence from Mari State University (Mari El, Russia). Prior to joining the Ph.D. program, Ksenia worked as an assistant of a judge in Arbitration court of Mari El Republic (Russia).
- CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: Krylova, K.O., Vera, D., & Crossan, M. (2011). Transcending the Transfer-Imitation Paradox through Improvisation. At Academy of Management Annual Conference. San Antonio, Texas.
- Krylova, K.O., Longacre, T., Phillips, J. (2012). Preemptive Apology as a Trust Preservation Mechanism: An Inoculation Theory Perspective. At Academy of Management Annual Conference. Boston, Massachusetts.
- Maldonado, T., Krylova, K., Lee, H. (2012). How Flexible Should Flexible Benefits Be? At Academy of Management Annual Conference. Boston, Massachusetts.
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LL.M., University of Houston Law Center, 2009
Bachelor in Jurisprudence, Mari State University, Law Faculty, 2007