Dovilė Petreikienė

Dovilė Petreikienė
Dovilė Petreikienė

ISM Doctoral student in Management

Dovile Petreikiene is a Junior Researcher and a PhD student at the Management Department, ISM.Dovile is interested in the third sector and its creation processes in the early Post-Soviet period. The focus of her PhD research is concentrated on the analysis of the Soviet imprint on the third sector organizations in Post-Soviet countries context.  She applies qualitative and quantitative research methods in her PhD studies.Dovile is also involved in a research project “The role of professional socialization process and country`s socio-economic context in proactive behaviors at work at later career stages” as a Junior researcher.


Petreikienė, D., & Bučiūnienė, I. (2024). Unearthing the legacy: Contrasting Soviet imprints on early NGOs in Lithuania. Voluntas, 1-13.
Petreikienė, D., & Bučiūnienė, I. (2022). Soviet imprints as inhibitors and inducers in post-soviet non-governmental organizations’ development. In EURAM 2022 (European Academy of Management) Conference: Public and Non-Profit Management SIG. Zurich, Switzerland.
Petreikienė, D., & Bučiūnienė, I. (2022). Soviet imprints on NGOs’ development in a CEE country context. In Fifteenth International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research: Navigating In Turbulent Times: Perspectives and Contributions from the Third Sector. Montreal, Canada
Goštautaitė, B., Pilkienė, M., Petreikienė, D., & Liubertė, I. (2022). Career imprints of Lithuanian schoolteachers: the “silenced generation” in changed times. 38th EGOS Colloquium: Organizing: the beauty of imperfection. Vienna, Austria.
Goštautaitė, B., Schroder, H., Pilkienė, M., Petreikienė, D., & Liubertė, I. (2021). Career imprints of older workers and proactive behaviors at work in Germany and Lithuania. In 6th Age In The Workplace Small Group Meeting (pp. 28-29). Groningen: University of Groningen; Tilburg University
Liubertė, I., Petreikienė, D., Goštautaitė, B., & Pilkienė, M. (2021). Methodological challenges to studying silence in organizations: Silence In and Around Organizations: New Insights and Implications for Future Research. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2021(1), 30-35.