Emeritus Professor of International Business
Professor Trevor Buck graduated from the University of Liverpool with two degrees, Bachelor of Commerce (first class, 1966) and Master of Arts (Economics, 1969). Before coming to Loughborough, he worked in industry and at the universities of Queen’s Belfast, Nottingham and Leicester De Montfort.
His main current research is international corporate governance and strategy, and has four current projects:
Italian family firms and internationalisation.
EU family firms and internationalisation.
Case study selection in International Business.
Board governance in China.
His recent papers have appeared in International Management Review and International Business Review.
Besides being Emeritus Professor at Loughborough, Trevor is part-time Professor of international Business at the Adam Smith Business School, Glasgow University, with other doctoral supervision at Heriot-Watt and Edinburgh Napier Universities.
His consultancy has involved work for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the EU, the OECD and the UN’s International Labour Office. He has taught at ESC Pau in France and in Tallin, Estonia. He has raised research grants from the ESRC, the Leverhulme Trust, the EU, The British Academy, the Anglo-German Foundation, the Nuffield Foundation and the UK government’s Department for International Development.