Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary
Alain Verbeke is Professor of International Business Strategy and holds the McCaig Research Chair in Management at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. He is also the Inaugural Alan M. Rugman Memorial Fellow at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, and a non-resident Senior Research Fellow with the Center for Emerging Market Studies at CEIBS, Shanghai. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) , the official journal of the Academy of International Business. He was previously the Director of the MBA program at Solvay Business School, University of Brussels (VUB). He has also been a Visiting Professor at Dalhousie University, the University of Toronto and the Université Catholique de Louvain, as well as an Associate Fellow of Templeton College (University of Oxford). He has been an Academic Associate of the Centre for International Business and Management, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
Robin E. Roberts, Griffith University, Queensland
Robin E. Roberts is an Associate Professor in Agribusiness with the Griffith Asia Institute and an academic with the Griffith Business School. She received her PhD in international business and trade from Griffith University. Robin's expertise is in applied research in the management of global and national consumer brands and products. Her key interests are in mapping export opportunities, value chain research, labelling and packaging, and new product development in the Asia–Pacific region. Robin has proven success in delivering increased business performance through market research, and her understanding and dedicated interest in the South-East Asian region makes her a valuable researcher in the field of international business. Robin took up her current position as an academic with the Griffith Business School, following more than 25 years of industry experience in international trade, commercial research and marketing management with national and international FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) organisations. Through her industry experience, she has led and collaborated in research teams to successfully launch new products and increase exports for numerous public- and private-sector organisations. Robin is currently involved in a range of international agribusiness research and development projects, and holds a visiting academic position with Shenyang University, China.
Deborah Delaney, Griffith University, Queensland
Deborah Delaney is a Senior Lecturer with the Griffith Asia Institute and an academic in the Griffith Business School. Following an extensive career as a chartered accountant, she has conducted research in the areas of market and consumer insights and strategies for food products in emerging markets, financial reporting and governance, and in education. Deborah received a PhD from Griffith University in 2010. Through her research, Deborah has established expertise in governance practices with a specific interest in the Asia–Pacific region. Deborah has formal qualifications in financial accounting and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. She is currently researching and teaching in the areas of financial reporting and governance, with a focus on the agribusiness sector in Australia and the Asia–Pacific region.
Peter Zámborský, University of Auckland
Peter Zámborský earned his PhD from Brandeis University's International Business School and his master's degree from the London School of Economics. He is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management and International Business at the University of Auckland, and an Editorial Review Board member of the International Journal of Emerging Markets. Peter's research focuses on foreign entry mode performance, foreign direct investment spill overs and global innovation. He has published in the areas of international business, management and economics. Peter is the author of two e-textbooks: International Business and Global Strategy and Global Strategy: Thriving in a World of Uncertainty. Prior to his work at the University of Auckland, he was an instructor at Harvard University and worked for the Economist Intelligence Unit in London, United Kingdom.
Peter Enderwick, Auckland University of Technology
Peter Enderwick is Professor of International Business at AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand. Between 1988 and 2004 he was Professor of International Management at the University of Waikato, Hamilton. He has held visiting positions at the Helsinki School of Economics and Business, Finland, the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Thammasat Business School, Bangkok, and the Centre for International Business, University of Leeds, in the UK. His research interests are emerging markets, global factory systems and transnational crime. He is an editor of International Business, Oxford University Press, 2018.
Swati Nagar, Auckland University of Technology
Swati Nagar is a Lecturer in the Department of International Business, Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law at AUT University, New Zealand. Specialising in international business, Swati has over 14 years of academic experience. She currently teaches international business to undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students at AUT, specialising in business and culture, business in Asia, and international business strategy and management. Swati completed her PhD at AUT in 2015. Her current research interests include the internationalisation of service firms in emerging markets, international construction and labour markets, and outsourcing and corporate governance. She is a member of the Academy of International Business and the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy.