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Alan Rugman Fellow for 2021-22 announced

Henley Business School

The Alan Rugman Fellow for the 2021-22 academic year has been announced, hosted by the John H. Dunning Centre for International Business at Henley.

This year’s fellowship has been awarded to Stephanie Wang, based at Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. She is an Associate Professor with broad interests across both International Business and Strategic Management.

Stephanie’s work touches a number of different fields, including ethics, CSR, cultural industries and emerging markets, and has been published in leading journals such as the JIBS, JWB, GSJ, JMS and SMJ. She has received several prestigious research awards, such as the Emerging Scholar Award from the International Management Division from the Academy of Management (AOM) in 2019, the Academy of International Business (AIB) Best Paper Award in 2018, and the Women’s Emerging Scholar Award at the annual meeting of the AIB in 2017.

The Alan Rugman Visiting Fellowship was established in 2015 and honours the work of the late Professor Alan Rugman and is available to scholars whose work is explicitly linked to topics aligned with his academic interests. It is in part available thanks to a donation from Helen Rugman in memory of her late husband.

Further details about the programme can be found here.

Published 7 September 2021
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