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Mike is a Lecturer (Education) in International Business. Since entering the university sector in 2005, he has worked at three UK university business schools (Queen's, Sheffield Hallam and Strathclyde) and been an external examiner at two others (Ulster and Aberystwyth). He has significant experience of designing, teaching and assessing modules at all levels of study - in areas such as International Business, Strategy, Innovation, Research Methods and Corporate Responsibility - receiving consistently good-to-excellent student evaluations. He has been a successful course leader at undergraduate and Master's level and is currently responsible for coordinating the Postgraduate Exam Board process at QMS. Mike's research interests lie in International Business, Economic Geography and related fields. He has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, research-based book chapters and commissioned research reports. He has also completed three successful doctoral supervisions (two f/t PhD and one p/t DBA).
International business strategy, particularly as it relates to geographic and institutional contexts and regional development; the multinational enterprise and MNE subsidiary; foreign direct investment; offshoring; global production networks/global value chains; international entrepreneurship; the Irish economies.
MGT3002 International Professional Development (undergraduate)
MGT7100 International Business Strategy (MSc)
MGT7174 Global Innovation Management (MSc)
MGT9203 Business Governance & Ethics (MSc), with Laura Steele
MGT2011 International Business (undergraduate)
Previous teaching at other universities:
Multinational Enterprises and FDI (undergrad), International Strategy (undergrad and MSc), Contemporary Issues in IB (undergrad), Global Business Environment (MSc), Research Methods (MSc)
BA (Hons) in Geography (University of Leeds, 1992); PhD in Economic Geography (The University of Sheffield, 1999); Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching (Queen's University Belfast, 2007). Queen's University Teaching Award 2008.
Academic leadership roles held:
Postgraduate Exams Liaison Officer (current, Queen's)
Programme Director (Acting) for MSc International Business (Semester 2, 2018-19; Queen's)
Course Leader for BA (Hons) International Business (2014-18; Sheffield Hallam)
Undergraduate recruitment lead for BA International Business & BA Economics (2011-14; Sheffield Hallam)
Programme Director for MSc Management (2005-10; Queen's)
Advancing Global Production Networks research: What might be learned (or borrowed) from International Business & Strategy?Crone, M., 30 Aug 2018.
Research output: Contribution to conference › PaperOpen AccessFile38 Downloads (Pure)
Offshoring, outsourcing and services FDI in Europe’s ‘old periphery’: Probing the experience of Northern IrelandCrone, M., 01 Jan 2017, Globalisation and Services-Driven Economic Growth: Perspectives from the Global North and South. Taylor and Francis - Balkema, p. 119-141 23 p. (The Dynamics of Economic Space).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Rounds of mobile investment and ‘strategic coupling’ dynamics in the semi-periphery: investigating the experience of Northern Ireland since the mid-1990sCrone, M., 04 Jun 2017.
Research output: Contribution to conference › PaperOpen AccessFile31 Downloads (Pure)
City-regions, International Business and (Uneven) Development: Some Observations and Themes for Future ResearchCrone, M., 08 Sep 2015, (Unpublished).
Research output: Contribution to conference › OtherFile11 Downloads (Pure)
Comparing and Contrasting International Business and Economic Geography Perspectives on the 'Space, Place and Organisation' of Service OffshoringCrone, M., 16 Apr 2015.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-review
Mike Crone (Advisor)15 Sep 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentationFile
Using Assessed Canvas Discussions to Engage Students in Learning on a Large Online Undergraduate Business Module
Mike Crone (Advisor)19 Nov 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation