|£37,099 to £44,263 Appointment may be made within the discretionary range of £45,585 - £54,395
|21st November 2023
|7th January 2024
As a member of the IB department at Leeds, you will carry out research, teaching, and management within Leeds University Business School (LUBS) and contribute to academic leadership in the field of international business and management to help maintain and further this legacy.
The International Business (IB) Department at LUBS is an established and internationally esteemed centre of excellence for scholarly research work and teaching in international business. Its members have made path breaking scholarly contributions, and work regularly with business and international policy makers, such as UNCTAD, ASEAN, World Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat and others. Its international standing is evidenced by several Fellowships of the Academy of International Business and medals of achievement from leading journals. In 2022, scholarship in International Business (IB) at the Leeds University Business School (LUBS) was ranked as number 1 in the world in a peer-reviewed article. The research strategy of the Department is based on teamwork and co-authorship, reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of the field of international business.
Under the leadership of Professor Chris Pitelis, the International Business Department is making great strides in its research performance and exhibits considerable strength and depth. It is one of the leading centres of international business learning and teaching in the world and offers specialised degree programmes that combine high academic standards with practical application in today's rapidly changing business environment. Academics in the International Business Department provide cutting edge research-informed teaching by bringing their world-leading research and practice expertise into the classroom.
The Department is home to the Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL), one of the world's premier scholarly centres for international business and at the forefront of academia and practice. Research development is divided into eight thematic areas: The Theory of the Multinational Enterprise; The Governance of Global Value Chains; Emerging Market Multinational Enterprises; International Business Policy, SDGs and Grand Challenges; International Business, Migration, and Society; Global Health and International Business; Cross-cultural Management, Diversity, and Inclusion: and Digitalization and International Business.
Leeds University Business School is internationally renowned for the quality of its teaching and its research. Our work covers the full spectrum of business disciplines, teaching undergraduate, masters and doctoral students and creating new knowledge through research. We place a premium on international levels of scholarship and research excellence. We seek to appoint one Lecturer in the field of international business and management. We are particularly interested in candidates specialising in the areas of International Management, International Entrepreneurship, MNE Subsidiaries, Global Value Chains, Digital Globalisation, and Global Governance and Leadership, applied to global challenges such as migration, climate change and health and the UN sustainability goals.
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