International Business, Strategy and Innovation
We’re sharing new ideas to help managers make better sense of globalisation and the digital economy.
Our research in this area brings together expertise from multiple disciplines including economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, information systems and political science.
The international business environment is highly turbulent and complex. The problems facing managers and organisations in today’s global economy are typically centred on the need to enhance practices and cross-cultural collaborations that cut across different international contexts.
Our research seeks to address several of the most pressing needs in international business. We’re also exploring issues relating to effective strategising and innovation, which are particularly relevant in times of growing economic, political, social and geographical turbulence.
What we're working on
Our research falls into three main areas:
including cross-cultural management and teams, internationalisation strategies of emerging markets, corporate governance and executive pay practices.
including culture, identity and strategy, international teamwork, organising for virtual work, and global sourcing strategies.
Innovation and entrepreneurship
including fintech innovations, outsourcing innovation, innovation in management education, innovation in high-tech firms, tech start-ups and the public sector.