Kieran Conroy
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    Kieran Conroy is a Lecturer in Management and Program Director for the BSc. International Business with a Language at Queen’s Management School.

    His research focuses on global strategy and international management in multinational enterprises, particularly how the flow of people and knowledge affects the balance of power between global, regional and local managers.

    Kieran has published in top-tiered international journals such as Journal of World Business, Global Strategy Journal, British Journal of Management and book chapters in Edward Elgar series. His research has been funded by the British Academy and the British Academy of Management and he is currently a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of World Business

    Current research projects focus on power and influence in the multinational, the evolving role of the corporate and regional headquarters, subsidiary strategy, knowledge spillovers in local environments, and the challenges of international business travel.

    Kieran has experience teaching management courses at all levels. He has held visiting positions at ESC La Rochelle Business School and Dublin City University. Teaching areas generally involve International Business, Strategic Management and International Human Resource Management.  

    Kieran is particularly interested in hearing from prospective PhD students and potential international collaborators in the above areas. 

    Willingness to take PhD students


    PhD projects

    Looking to supervise PhD students in the broad area of international management. Examples of particular topics include, SME internationalisation, international strategy, emerging market firms and global working arrangements such as international assignments or international business travel. Interested in hearing from students with interdisciplinary backgrounds such as political science, sociology human rights and economic geography.

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