Henley Business School awards three new Fellowships
22 July 2019
Three new fellowships for the 2019/20 academic year have been announced by the John H. Dunning Centre for International Business at Henley Business School.
The Alan Rugman Visiting Fellowship
The Alan Rugman Visiting Fellowship is awarded to María Jesús Nieto, Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain.
She is the Director of the Masters programme in Entrepreneurship and the Deputy Director of the Entrepreneurship and Family Firms Institute at the University.
Her research interests include internationalisation, innovation management, entrepreneurship and family businesses, and their intersections, and her published work has appeared in refereed journals, books and collective works on international business.
Established in 2015, the visiting fellowship honours the work of the late Professor Alan Rugman and is aimed at creating opportunities for researchers at the early-to-mid stages of their career to visit and collaborate with academics at the Centre, and to utilise resources associated with the John H. Dunning Library. Details of the programme can be found here.
John H. Dunning Visiting Fellows
Two John H. Dunning Visiting Fellowships have been awarded.
Chinmay Pattnaik is a Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the Discipline of International Business at the University of Sydney Business School.
His research focuses on the determinants and consequences of corporate and global strategies of firms from emerging market economies, and his work has been published in journals as well as a co-edited book on ‘Emerging Market Firms in Global Economy’.
Andreas Schotter is Associate Professor of International Business and the F.W.P. Jones Faculty Fellow at the Ivey Business School – and twice named Distinguished Professor of the Year by the Wall Street Journal.
His main focus areas are multinational enterprise development and subsidiary evolution, strategy-structure-environment interactions, and boundary spanning in global organisations, and he has authored numerous book chapters, a book on management frameworks, and more than 20 cases.
Dunning Fellows are expected to be actively engaged in the field of international business, and with an inclination towards multi-disciplinary and theory-driven research, in the tradition of the late British economist John Dunning. A committee consisting of Professors Mark Casson, James Walker, Alain Verbeke and Rajneesh Narula reviewed the applications.
Further details about previous recipients of this fellowship, and other information related to the Dunning Centre, can be found here.