Liliya Nureeva

Ph.d.-studerende

Liliya Nureeva
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Profil

PhD researcher
MSc in Public Management, 2004
MSc in Marketing, 2010

Liliya Nureeva is PhD researcher at Department of Business Administration and connected to MAPP – Centre for research on customer relations in the food sector. 

Liliya is currently taking maternity leave.

Research areas 
Liliya is working on the EU project “TEMPEST” – Temptations to Eat Moderated by Personal and Environmental Self-regulatory Tools. The project is carried out in 9 European countries including Denmark. The overall objective is to analyze existing and novel incentive schemes for the prevention of overweight in European youth and to gain more insight in the role which self-regulatory competence has in dealing with food and inactivity temptations. 
Liliya has been connected to MAPP since January 2008. She started working as student assistant and continued as researcher later on. One of the recent projects she has been working on is Pan-European Research on Consumers’ Nutritional Knowledge and use of nutrition labels on food packages. 

Liliya’s practical experience also includes few years in Russian branches of international service and FMCG companies, where she was working in the fields of sales and logistics. 

Academic experience
2007 - 2010: MSc in Marketing, Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University 
1998 - 2004: MSc in Public Management, State University of Management, Moscow, Russia 

Practical experience
2009 - : Researcher, MAPP, Department of Business Administration, Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University   
2006 - 2006: Logistics Assistant, Supply Chain Dept. BAT Russia 
2001 - 2005: Import Dept. Secretary, Sales Administrator, Telesales Representative (B2B). DHL Express Moscow, Russia 

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