Malida Mooken


Faculty of Management
Office: EME 4141
Phone: 250.807.9462


Malida is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Management, University of British Columbia. Her concern with inquiry, (inter-)action, and transformative experience is reflected in her approach to both teaching and research.

Since 2015, she has been involved in developing post-experience educational activities relating to wine territories. In her work, an explicit focus is on advancing knowledge through a participatory approach to understanding and analysing, and on facilitating discussions on socio-economic aspects of organization, and strategic decision-making processes. She supports the Faculty in developing relationships, and collaborative initiatives with local, regional and international actors.

Malida contributes to various courses in the new Master of Management (which was launched in 2017), and is engaged in actively shaping the overall educational experience of students in the blended program.

Her research focuses especially on processes relating to human development and capabilities, socio-economic development, and action research. Through her practical experiences, she reflects critically on the responsibilities and contribution of universities to societal development.

She holds a Master in Economic Competitiveness and International Business from the University of Birmingham, England, and a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Stirling, Scotland.


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