Anastasia Mikhailovna Gracheva

Anastasia Mikhailovna Gracheva
  • Doctoral Student

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    2050 SH-DH
    3620 Locust Walk
    Philadelphia, PA 19104

Research Interests: Non-market strategy, sustainable finance, international business, conflict and political risk management

Overview

Anastasia Gracheva is a PhD student in the Strategy and Multinational Management subfields at Wharton. Her current research involves various topics connected to ESG factors, including how firms interact with social and political environments and what the consequences are for financial performance. Prior to her doctoral studies, she conducted research at Wharton and as a predoctoral fellow at Columbia Business School. She received her B.A. degrees from Columbia University and SciencesPo Paris.

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