dr. P.A. Alamos Concha (Priscilla)

Universitair docent - Methoden

dr. P.A. Alamos Concha (Priscilla)

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Priscilla Alamos-Concha is an Assistant Professor of Qualitative Empirical Methodology at the department of Business Administration, Nijmegen School of Management - particularly in the field of Social Innovation and Grand societal challenges (GSCs). During her career she has worked as Postdoctoral Research Fellow at NSM (Radboud University) and as PI - impact evaluation of ESF-WSE funded projects at the Antwerp Management School (AMS), Belgium. She earned her Ph.D. in Political and Social Sciences from the University of Louvain, Belgium, in 2018.

Priscilla’s research interests lie at the intersection of institutional theory, social movement theory and social innovation, with a particular focus on the interaction of civil society, governments and firms. How the civil society impacts firms and norms on issues of grand societal challenges, and how firms deal with that; how the governments interact with the firms to address grand challenges – are central research questions. She uses configurational/set-theoretic methods of analysis, such as Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA), Necessary Conditions Analysis (NCA), Combinational Regularity Analysis (CORA); and process-oriented methodologies such as Process-Tracing techniques (PT) and Comparative Historical Analysis (CHA).

Part of her work is published in Political Research Quarterly, Qual & Quan, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Revue internationale de politique compare, and AIB insights. Priscilla is also founder member of the Methods Excellence Network (www.methodsnet.org).


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