Dr Galina Gornostaeva

Lecturer

DepartmentApplied Management
Research groupDigital Business Research Group

Research outputs

The film and television industry in London's suburbs: lifestyle of the rich or losers' retreat?
Gornostaeva, G. 2008. The film and television industry in London's suburbs: lifestyle of the rich or losers' retreat? Creative Industries Journal. 1 (1), pp. 47-71. doi:10.1386/cij.1.1.47/1

Working Title Films, an independent producer: a story of internationalization in the film industry
Brunet, J. and Gornostaeva, G. 2006. Working Title Films, an independent producer: a story of internationalization in the film industry. International Journal of Arts Management. 9 (1), pp. 60-69.

Offshoring and Backshoring in the British Fashion and Apparel Industry: a Literature Review
Gornostaeva, G. and Barnes, D. 2015. Offshoring and Backshoring in the British Fashion and Apparel Industry: a Literature Review. 20th International Symposium on Logistics: Reflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice. Bologna, Italy 05 - 08 Jul 2015 Centre for Concurrent Enterprise.

Fashion design in London: the positioning of independent designers within the fashion fielD
Gornostaeva, G. and Rieple, A. 2014. Fashion design in London: the positioning of independent designers within the fashion fielD. Archives of Design Research. 27 (3), pp. 37-47. doi:10.15187/adr.2014.08.111.3.37

The Role of Networks in Fashion Designing: The disconnect between designers and manufacturers in London
Gornostaeva, G., Rieple, A. and Barnes, D. 2014. The Role of Networks in Fashion Designing: The disconnect between designers and manufacturers in London. Bohemia, E., Rieple, A., Liedtka, J. and Cooper, R. (ed.) 19th DMI International Design Management Research Conference Design Management in an Era of Disruption. London 02 - 04 Sep 2014 DMI.

Suburbanization problems in the USSR: the case of Moscow
Gornostaeva, G. 1992. Suburbanization problems in the USSR: the case of Moscow. Espaces, Populations, Societes. 9 (2), pp. 349-357.

From ‘mixed’ to ‘sustainable’: the challenge of the socio-economic development of localities in Docklands
Gornostaeva, G. and Campbell, N. 1998. From ‘mixed’ to ‘sustainable’: the challenge of the socio-economic development of localities in Docklands. Rising East: the journal of East London studies. 2 (2), pp. 102-133.

More useful Londons: the comparative development of alternative concepts of London
Cheshire, P. and Gornostaeva, G. 2001. More useful Londons: the comparative development of alternative concepts of London. Geographica Helvetica. 56 (3), pp. 179-192. doi:10.5194/gh-56-179-2001

Media cluster in London
Gornostaeva, G. and Cheshire, P. 2002. Media cluster in London. Cahiers de L’IAURIF. 135 (4), pp. 151-160.

Cities and Regions: comparable measures require comparable territories
Cheshire, P. and Gornostaeva, G. 2002. Cities and Regions: comparable measures require comparable territories. Cahiers de L’IAURIF. 135 (4), pp. 13-32.

First national survey evening and night-time activities in England
Roberts, M. and Gornostaeva, G. 2004. First national survey evening and night-time activities in England. London, UK The Civic Trust.

Digitisation and face-to-face interactions: the example of the film industry in London
Gornostaeva, G. and Pratt, A.C. 2006. Digitisation and face-to-face interactions: the example of the film industry in London. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society. 1 (3), pp. 101-108.

Face-to-face interactions along the production chain and across networks: a study of film and television industry in London
Gornostaeva, G. 2007. Face-to-face interactions along the production chain and across networks: a study of film and television industry in London. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management. 6 (7), pp. 45-54.

The night-time economy and sustainable town centres: dilemmas for local government
Roberts, M. and Gornostaeva, G. 2007. The night-time economy and sustainable town centres: dilemmas for local government. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning. 2 (2), pp. 1-19.

The governance of innovation in the film and television industry: a case study of London, UK
Pratt, A.C. and Gornostaeva, G. 2009. The governance of innovation in the film and television industry: a case study of London, UK. in: Pratt, A.C. and Jeffcutt, P. (ed.) Creativity, innovation and the cultural economy Routledge. pp. 119-136

Internationalization of the production process in the US film industry: the case of the United Kingdom
Gornostaeva, G. and Brunet, J. 2009. Internationalization of the production process in the US film industry: the case of the United Kingdom. International Journal of Arts Management. 12 (1), pp. 21-30.

The ‘wolves’ and ‘lambs’ of the creative city: the sustainability of film and television producers in London
Gornostaeva, G. 2009. The ‘wolves’ and ‘lambs’ of the creative city: the sustainability of film and television producers in London. Geographical Review. 99 (1), pp. 37-60. doi:10.1111/j.1931-0846.2009.tb00417.x

The Olympics' employment and skills legacy: a literature review
Gornostaeva, G. 2011. The Olympics' employment and skills legacy: a literature review. University of Greenwich, Work and Employment Research Unit. doi:N1

Soviet film-making under the 'producership' of the party state (1955-1985)
Gornostaeva, G. 2012. Soviet film-making under the 'producership' of the party state (1955-1985). in: Dawson, A. and Holmes, S.P. (ed.) Working in the global film and television industries: creativity, systems, space, patronage Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 39-56

The creative underclass in the production of place: example of Camden Town in London
Gornostaeva, G. and Campbell, N. 2012. The creative underclass in the production of place: example of Camden Town in London. Journal of Urban Affairs. 34 (2), pp. 169-188. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9906.2012.00609.x

Olympic volunteering for the unemployed: who benefits and how?
Gornostaeva, G. and McGurk, P. 2013. Olympic volunteering for the unemployed: who benefits and how? International journal of employment studies. 21 (1), pp. 5-30.