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Alvaro Sanchez-Cazorla received a Bachelor’s
Degree in Business Administration (2011) and
Master of Science in Advanced Studies in Business
Management (2013). He is a doctoral student
undertaking a research project focused on the study
of risk in megaprojects at the University of Seville
(Spain). Alvaro published an article in Procedia;
collaborated in the final report, “Risk in Front
End,” published by COST European Cooperation
in Science and Technology in 2014; he also
participated in various conferences/congresses,
including the 27th IPMA World Congress (2013),
XXIV ACEDE National Congress (2014), and the
VIII International Conference on Contemporary
Management Practices (2014). He can be contacted
Rafaela Alfalla-Luque is Associate Professor
of Operations Management and Supply Chain
Management at the University of Seville (Spain),
where she received her PhD. She is author of
several articles in peer-reviewed academic journals
(including IJPE, IJOPM, PPC, Business History, CEDE,
and JIEM), a number of books and many national
and international conference papers. She works as
a reviewer for prestigious journals and has been a
research visitor at several universities (for example,
Aston University, Birmingham, England). Rafaela
has participated in a number of research projects
sponsored by the EU and national institutions and
her current research interests include supply chain
management, project management, and operations
management teaching. She can be contacted at
Ana Isabel Irimia-Dieguez is an Associate
Professor of Finance at the Faculty of Economics
and Business Administration of the University of
Seville (Spain). Her research and teaching is focused
on corporate finance, value creation, risk, project
finance, and microfinance. She has participated
in several funded projects (such as Action Cost
TU1003) and has been the author or co-author of
several articles in peer-indexed reviewed academic
journals and various books. She works as a reviewer
for prestigious journals and has received several
research awards from the European Financial
Management Association (EFMA) and the European
Microfinance Network (EMN). She can be contacted