- Foreign investment,
- Industrial policy,
Prof Rajneesh Narula obtained his BEng from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Nigeria, an MBA and PhD from Rutgers University, USA. His research and consulting have focused on the role of multinational firms in development, innovation and industrial policy, technological change in developing countries, R&D alliances and outsourcing.
Rajneesh Narula is the John H. Dunning Chair of International Business Regulation at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. His research and consulting have focused on the role of multinational firms in development, innovation and industrial policy, R&D alliances and outsourcing. He has published over 100 articles and chapters in books on these themes. He regularly acts as a consultant and advisor to the European Commission, UNIDO, UNCTAD and the OECD, and a variety of other international organisations. He holds honorary appointments at UNU-MERIT, Norwegian School of Business and Oxford University. His publications have appeared in leading journals, including the Journal of International Business Studies, Oxford Development Studies, Research Policy, Journal of Management Studies and Management International Review.
In January 2018, Professor Narula was awarded an OBE in recognition of his services to business research.
International Business, Development and Policy
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International Strategic Management
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Professor Narula is currently supervisor for the following students:
Mohammad Shakil Wahed, Global Value Chains and MNEs in Bangladesh
Sabreena Zaman, Organizational slack in EMNEs
Jill Jurgensen, SMEs and Innovation
- Foreign investment
- Industrial policy