I am happy to announce the finalists of the Dunning Visiting
fellowship programme for 2012-13. As in previous years, we have had
a very enthusiastic response to the fellowship - We received 16
applications for the program for this year, from a variety of
applicants across the world. A committee consisting of Mark Casson,
Alan Rugman and Rajneesh Narula reviewed the applications.
The visiting fellowship programme is aimed at creating opportunities
for researchers at the early stages of the career to visit and
collaborate with academics at the J.H. Dunning Centre, and to
utilise resources associated with the John H. Dunning Library.
Visiting fellows are expected to give at least one seminar, and to
spend between 2 and 4 weeks in residence over an academic year
(between September and June).
The Dunning Fellowship has been made possible in part by a donation
by Christine Dunning in memory of her late husband. Last year's
recipients of the fellowship were: Niron Hashai (Hebrew University)
and Christian Geisler Asmussen (Copenhagen Business School).
This year's fellows are:
Vikas completed his PhD in International Business in 2004 from the
Boeing Institute of International Business at Saint Louis
University, USA, and is currently an Associate Professor in
International Business at the University of Sydney Business School.
His research interests are broadly in the areas of Global Strategy,
Foreign Direct Investment and Emerging Markets. His research has
been published in journals such as Journal of Management Studies,
Management International Review, Journal of World Business, British
Journal of Management and European Journal of Marketing.
Andrea has a PhD from the University of Oviedo (2008) and is
currently an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at the
University of Oviedo in Spain. Her research is on
internationalization and cooperation strategies on R&D. She has
published in Journal of International Management, International
Business Review, and Journal of Management Studies, amongst others.
We look forward to welcoming them to Henley Business School!
Professor of International Business Regulation
Director, John H. Dunning Centre for International
Henley Business School
University of Reading, UK