Dr Irina Surdu specialises in Strategy and International Business with a focus on market entry-exit-re-entry decisions of MNEs. She has recently completed her PhD at the Warwick Business School.
So far, Dr Irina Surdu has published two papers, one in International Business Review and one in the International Marketing Review.
She presented multiple papers at conferences such as AOM, AIB, AIB (UK) and BAM.
Her research won multiple awards at AIB (UK-I) conferences:
- Palgrave Macmillan Prize for the best competitive paper – “Once bitten, not necessarily shy? The effect of organisational learning and institutional change on foreign market re-entry commitment” AIB UK, London (2016)
- Neil Hood & Stephen Young prize “Most Original New Paper” - AIB UK, York (2014)
- Neil Hood & Stephen Young prize “Most Original New Paper”- AIB UK, Birmingham (2013)
Irina has taught Strategy, International Business and International Management at Warwick Business School at an undergraduate and postgraduate level, including MBA.
Recently, she has received a Teaching Excellence Certificate from the University of Warwick for her work at the postgraduate level.