Peder is a Lecturer in International Business at Henley Business School. His research provides insights into the causes and effects of international mobility and diversity in management teams at multinational enterprises, and how the composition of management teams affects internationalization strategies and performance. His recent work has been published in Journal of World Business and Multinational Business Review. He also serves on the Editorial Review Board at Journal of World Business. Peder teaches International Business in the Executive and Flexible MBA programmes at Henley Business School.
Prior to joining Henley Business School, Peder spent four years as a Postdoc Research Fellow at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Peder has project leadership experience from a variety of academic and industry projects. His consulting experience spans multiple industries and countries across Europe, including strategy development projects for large European-based multinationals and market entry studies for SMEs. He has held visiting positions and lectureships in Austria, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, and the UK. Peder obtained PhD and MSc degrees in International Management from the University of St. Gallen and a BSc degree from King’s College London. He is a Norwegian national.