Department of Management, Society and Communication
- Centre for Business and Development Studies (CBDS)
My research interests are in the area of multi-national firms operating in emerging economies and developing countries with a particular focus on market entry and the determinants of subsidiary performance in an African context. My research on market entry concentrates on early entry strategies and organisational inertia, and research on subsidiary performance has focused on the importance of experiential learning. Based on my extensive international managerial career, I strive to conduct my research in a participative form by working closely with key stakeholders to understand complex business issues.
- International business
- Firm strategy, organization and management in emerging markets
- Foreign direct investment in and from developing countries
- Subsidiary performance
BSc: Strategy; HD: Sustainability in Business
Supervision of bachelor and master thesis; advisor on CEMS business projects
International Summer University Programme: International Strategic Management; International Business and Sustainability
Frederiksberg : Centre for Business and Development Studies 2022, 33 p. (CBDS Working Paper, No. 2022/2)
Paper presented at 48th EIBA Annual Conference 2022, 2022
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2021, 241 p. (PhD Series, No. 29.2021)
Paper presented at 46th EIBA Annual Conference 2020 (Online), 2020
In: International Journal of Export Marketing, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2020, p. 174-203
København : Industriens Fond 2020, 40 p.
In: ANZIBA 2019 Conference Proceedings2019
Paper presented at 45th EIBA Annual Conference 2019, 2019
Abstract from Academy for International Business, 2019
Paper presented at The 44th EIBA Annual Conference 2018. European International Business Academy, 2018
In: Globalisation and the International Economy. ed. /Michael Hedegaard. København : Djøf Forlag 2018, p. 151-161
København : Dansk Industri 2018, 48 p.
Paper presented at The Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business, Chapter Sub-Saharan Africa. AIB SSA 2018, 2018
How can Danish firms create success in Developing Markets?
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The Danish Maritime and Commercial High Court (Sø- og Handelsretten)
Since 1 February 2012
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