Ру O'z

BACKGROUND

Graduated from the Economics faculty of the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek. Received a specialist's degree in Jurisprudence from Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics. Next two stages of education were conducted in the University of Seville, Spain, were Master's Degrees in Human Resources Management and Development and European Studies were obtained, followed by PhD studies in Human Resources Psychology. Has an Expert degree from National University of Distance Education, Spain, in Criminal Sociology and Deviation.

Professional experience is related with Human resources sphere, community mediation and reconciliation, management and community psychology. A fluent speaker of Russian, English, Spanish and French, with intermediate level of Italian, German, Swedish and Polish. Holder of PIMA-MERCLA scholarship, in frames of which has conducted a research in Ecuador, collecting data on mediation and other methods of conflict resolution.

Presented research results in international conferences, took part as a member of organizational committee in several international events. Reviewer in such international journals as "REDES. Revista hispana para el análisis de redes sociales", "Journal of Community Psychology" and in special editions of Springer publications. Currently is a member of Personal Networks and Communities Lab in the University of Seville, Spain, and is co-leader of a research group in community-based tourism in MDIS Tashkent. Research interests are focused on areas of Human Resources management, Tourism practices, Community work and projects, Social and Semantic Networks analysis. Has experience in working with SNA software (Ucinet, AutoMap, ORA, Gephi, Visone and Vennmaker), SPSS, R and Python programming languages.

EDUCATION

PhD in Human Resources Psychology

University of Seville and University of Valencia (Spain)

Master's degree in European studies

University of Seville (Spain)

Master's degree in Human Resources Management and Development

University of Seville (Spain)

Expert's degree in Criminal sociology and Deviation

National University of Distance Education (Spain)

Specialist's degree in Jurisprudence

Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (Russia)

Bachelor's degree in Economics

National University of Uzbekistan, Tashkent (Uzbekistan)

AREAS OF TEACHING Human resources management, Strategic management, Managerial economics, Managing and leading change, Psychology of consumer, Reflective practice, Introduction to psychology, Hospitality management practices, Research methodology
AREAS OF RESEARCH Human resources management, Strategic management, Community-based tourism, Social networks Analysis in tourism, Education, Community psychology, Criminal psychology
HONOURS AND AWARDS 2012 PIMA-MERCLA Program scholar, Spain / Ecuador
PUBLICATIONS

Books and monographic works

1. Alieva, D., Abdubositov, O., and Burieva, M. (2020). Tashkent mosaic as an asset for tourism development. Management Development Institute of Singapore in Tashkent: 20 p.

Book chapters

1. Alieva, D., Cachia, R., Holgado, D., Márquez, E., Maya-Jariego, I. (2020). Redes pessoais e coesao comunitária. In press. Lisbon, Portugal.

2. Alieva, D. (2018). Redes profesionales en el mercado turístico ruso-andaluz. In España y Rusia: políticas económicas y sociales (Ed. Yakovlev, P. et al.), 166-175.

Journals

1. Maya-Jariego, I., Martínez, I., Florido-Corral, D., and Alieva, D. (2020). "Plenty of black money": netnography of illegal recreational underwater fishing in Cabo Roche (Spain). Marine Policy. In revision.

2. Alieva, D. (2020). El análisis de redes en la prevención del comportamiento delictivo. REDES. Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales, 31(1), 82-84. https://doi.org/10.5565/rev/redes.863

3. Maya-Jariego, I., Holgado, D., and Alieva, D. (2020). Albero study: a longitudinal database of the social network and personal networks of a cohort of students at the end of high school (Data release). https://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3532048

4. Maya-Jariego, I., Holgado, D., and Alieva, D. (2020). El estudio Albero: una base de datos longitudinal de la red social y las redes personales de una cohorte de estudiantes al terminar el bachillerato. REDES. Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales, 31(1), 57-62. https://doi.org/10.5565/rev/redes.862

5. Maya-Jariego, I., Alieva, D., and Holgado, D. (2019). Confidentiality, power relations and evaluation of potential damage in the study of the personal and organizational networks of Moscow travel agents. Social Networks, in press. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socnet.2019.10.009

6. Alieva, D. (2019). Teoría y práctica de las redes ilegales encubiertas. REDES. Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales, 30(1), 119-121. https://dx.doi.org/10.5565/rev/redes.833

7. Maya‐Jariego, I., de la Peña, A., Arenas, C., and Alieva, D. (2019). Personal networks, social media, and community cohesion in the strategies of peace‐building agents in Colombia to counteract the segregation of displaced populations. Journal of Community Psychology, 47(6), 1300-1312. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcop.22173

8. Alieva, D. (2018). El trabajo social ante el reto de la transformación digital. REDES. Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales, 29(2), 307-309. https://doi.org/10.5565/rev/redes.792

9. Maya-Jariego, I. and Alieva, D. (2018). Caminos trazados: redes de itinerarios de los turistas rusos en Andalucía. REDES. Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales29 (1), 76-91. http://dx.doi.org/10.5565/rev/redes.745

CONFERENCES

1. Alieva, D., Alikhodjaev, A., and Abdubositov, O. (2020). Influence of university groups formation on academic performance. Networks in the global world (Netglow2020), Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

2. Alieva, D., Abdubositov, O., Yusubalieva, O., and Petrova, R. (2020). Segundas visitas de los turistas rusos a los museos españoles: razones y expectativas. International congress "España: 45 años de democracia", Moscow, Russia.

3. Alieva, D. (2020) Networks of relationships in Azerbaijan tourism market as a tool for industry development. 4th Annual Convention on “The Crossroads of the Caucasus, Europe and Asia: Growing Importance of the Caspian Sea”, Baku, Azerbaijan.

4. Agzamov, D., and Alieva, D. (2020). Ulrich model application in case of Uzbekistan. International scientific-practical conference "Science and practice development in globally changing world in risks conditions", Makhachkala, Russia.

5. Alieva, D., Abdubositov, O., and Alikhodjaev, A. (2020). ERPG model's influence on Uzbek market development. International scientific-practical conference "Science and practice development in globally changing world in risks conditions", Makhachkala, Russia.

6. Rakhmonova, G., and Alieva, D. (2020). Artificial intelligence in Human Resources management. International scientific-practical conference "Science and practice development in globally changing world in risks conditions", Makhachkala, Russia.

7. Agzamov, D., and Alieva, D. (2020). Managing corporations wisely. International scientific-practical conference "Problems and ways of improvement of economic stability in global crises conditions", Makhachkala, Russia.

8. Rakhmonova, G., and Alieva, D. (2020). Failure of management and how it can be reinvented. International scientific-practical conference "Problems and ways of improvement of economic stability in global crises conditions", Makhachkala, Russia.

9. Alieva, D., Abdubositov, O., and Alikhodjaev, A. (2020). Influences of local culture on HR practices in multinational corporations. International scientific-practical conference "Problems and ways of improvement of economic stability in global crises conditions", Makhachkala, Russia.

10. Alieva, D. (2019). Internet visibility as a crucial tool to attract people to theatres and museums in Tashkent (Uzbekistan). Marsouin Digital Society Conference, Rennes, France.

11. Alieva, D., Usmonova, G., and Aktamov, Sh. (2019). Impact of information insufficiency on tourists' decision-making. Gran Canaria SSTD2019: IV Spring Symposium on Challenges in Tourism Development, Palma, Spain.

12. Alieva, D., Usmonova, G., and Aktamov, Sh. (2019). Влияние позиционирования культурных событий на развитие туристской отрасли (Impact of positioning of cultural events on the development of tourism industry). The International Conference Proceedings on "Investments and entrepreneurship: challenges and prospects", Tashkent, May 7th.

13. Alieva, D., Maya-Jariego, I., and Holgado Ramos, D. (2019). Professional roles in the Russian tourism: the importance of personal networks. The International Conference Proceedings on "Investments and entrepreneurship: challenges and prospects", Tashkent, May 7th.

14. Alieva, D., Usmonova, G., and Sorokin, D. (2019). Analysis of readiness of some touristic objects of Tashkent for tourism flow growing. Round table proceedings on "The sphere of service, tourism and hospitality: sustainable development and innovation", Tashkent, September 13th.

15. Alieva, D., Holgado Ramos, D., and Maya-Jariego, I. (2019). Roles profesionales en el mercado turístico ruso: las redes personales de los agentes turísticos. XIII Congreso Español de Sociología, Valencia, Spain.

16. Alieva, D. (2019). Professional networks in the Russian-Andalusian tourist market. III Colloquium of Applied Network Analysis, Lisbon, Portugal.

17. Maya-Jariego, I., Holgado, D. and Alieva, D. (2019). The network of local coordinators in the implementation of a community program to prevent drug abuse. 4th European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN2019), Zurich September 9-12

18. Alieva, D. (2018). Los turistas ruso-hablantes en Andalucía: ¿a dónde y por qué van? Proceedings of the 2nd World Conference on Smart Destinations, UNWTO. 

19. Alieva, D., and  Maya Jariego, I. (2017). Informed consent, disclosure of anonymity, and trust: Ethical challenges in a case study of the networks of inter-urban itineraries of Russian tourists in Spain. Book of abstracts, RECSNA17: Recent Ethical Challenges in Social Network Analysis.

20. Alieva, D., and Maya Jariego, I. (2017). Routes of Russian-speaking tourists in Andalusia: networks of itineraries between cities. Book of abstracts, ARS17: Sixth International Workshop on SNA.

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