Principal Fellow, Faculty of Business & Economics/Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne
Prof Gabriele Suder is Principal Fellow at FBE/Melbourne Business School. She is expert at the European Union, UNCTAD and JETRO (IDE). She has also served as professor of International Business at SKEMA Business School and as visiting fellow or expert at other leading business schools including the Australian National University (ANU/ANUCES) and Aalto University, and for ESCP Europe, GGS and other leading universities.
Gabriele is Director, International Relations, at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Her work has been presented at venues reaching from Harvard Kennedy School to the United States Congress, UNCTAD, OECD, WEF and the European Commission. She has been working with and advising multinationals (in particular, in the IT, automobile and engineering sectors) as well as numerous SMEs in this field, from the USA to India and China, from Finland to Japan and Australia.
She is author of ten international business books, that have won several book awards. She is also author of award-winning case studies, media and research articles, and of the YouTube/DailyMotion video series 'Doing Business in Europe' and the iTunes series 'Multicultural Management'.
Her main research interests focus on internationalisation, regionalisation/market integration impacts on corporate location strategy, LoF and public affairs management. She has published in media including Le Figaro, Business Week, The Japan Times and The Hindu, and speaks at live TV debates such as "Ce Soir ou jamais" (France 3).
Professor Suder is known for her avant-gardist research into the impact of global crisis on international business strategy. She has conducted research projects studying the impact of terrorism, in Europe, the USA and Afghanistan.
Jul 21, 2016 02:50 am UTC| Insights & Views
Brexit already brings much economic damage to the UK, and will do so to global economic growth as a whole. The UKs coveted AAA credit rating has now been downgraded by Standard Poors; uncertainty is hitting sharemarkets;...