We are seeking to appoint a Chair in International Business
at Henley Business School, University of Reading. We will
consider candidates in all academic areas aligned to International
Business and Strategy.
For 40 years the University of Reading has helped
define the research agenda in the field of international business.
We aspire to remain at the forefront of the field and the Dunning
Centre stands as one of the world's premier research centres in the
field. Internationally renowned members of the Centre include
Professor Mark Casson, Professor Rajneesh Narula and Professor Alain
Verbeke. Further details about the centre can be found at: www.henley.ac.uk/dunning
The role will entail providing academic leadership within the school
of International Business and Strategy, and help drive research
excellence. Applicants should have an established international
reputation and a strong track record of excellent research and
publications. Furthermore, the applicant would be expected to
undertake knowledge transfer activities and lead collaborative
research projects within the Henley Business School, the wider
University and beyond. The applicant will have experience in
developing funding strategies, generating income and managing
external research grants.
Within International Business and Strategy we contribute to the full
range of Henley Business School's programmes, including
undergraduate and postgraduate Masters programmes, the
world-renowned Henley MBA and its executive programmes. We also
provide PhD opportunities and funding for high quality doctoral
candidates from all over the world wanting to conduct full-time
postgraduate research in International Business and Strategy.
Applicants would need to demonstrate their capabilities to make
positive contributions to delivery of these programmes.
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact a member
of the recruitment committee: Head of International Business and
Strategy, Professor James Walker ([log in to unmask]), the
Director of Research and Director of the Dunning Centre for
International Business, Professor Rajneesh Narula
([log in to unmask]) or the Alan Rugman Memorial Fellow,
Professor Alain Verbeke ([log in to unmask]).