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Curriculum Vitae

Part-Time Lecturer of International Business and Strategy
Post-Doctoral Research Associate for the Global Resilience Institute

Elizabeth Moore

304 Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000

617.373.2788
e.moore@northeastern.edu


Profile

Education

PhD., International Relations and Entrepreneurship, Northeastern University

MA, International Relations and Comparative Politics, Northeastern University

BA, Political Science and Spanish, Providence College

Research & Teaching Interests

Dr. Moore’s research and teaching interests formal and informal entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, institutional changes, institutional disruptions, transnational institutions, pro-market reforms, firm performance, emerging market firms, and international organizations.

Services to the Profession

Conference Reviewer: Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, Strategic Management Society, European International Business Academy, Academy of International Business-Latin America, Academy of International Business-UK, Academy of International Business-Europe

Awards & Recognition

Best Paper Finalist. Academy of Management (International Management Division), 2017

Best Paper Finalist. Academy of International Business – Latin America, 2017

Best Conference Theme Fit Paper Finalist. Academy of International Business – Latin America, 2017

Publications

Selected Publications

Institutions and International Entrepreneurship (with Dau LA, Bradley C). International Business: Research, Teaching and Practice, 9(1): 1-20. 2015

Informal Transnational Political Actors and Emerging Markets: Understanding Entrepreneurship in a Changing Normative Atmosphere (with Dau LA, Soto M). In A. Walsh (Ed.), Entrepreneurship and Firm Performance, pp. 19-41. NOVA Science Publishers. 2016

The Great Recession and Emerging Market Firms: Unpacking the Divide Between Global and National Level Sustainability Expectations (with Dau LA, Soto M). In C. Gurdgiev, L. Leonard, M. A. Gonzalez-Perez (Eds.), Lessons from the Great Recession: At the Crossroads of Sustainability and Recovery, pp. 165-187. Emerald Group. 2016

How globalization sparked entrepreneurship in the developing world: The impact of formal economic and political linkages (with Dau LA, Soto M, LeBlanc C). In B. Christiansen, F. Kasarci (Eds.), Corporate Espionage, Geopolitics, and Diplomacy Issues in International Business, pp. 72-91. IGI Global. In Press

Regime Structure, Institutional Stability and Pro-Market Reforms: Deepening the Inter-disciplinary Connection (with Dau LA, Bradley C). In W. Newburry (Ed.), Family and Entrepreneurial Multinational Companies in Latin America: Contexts, Challenges and Perspectives. Palgrave Publishing Company. In Press

Presentations

Selected Presentations

“Global Economic Integration: The Impacts of Trade Networks on Firm-Level CSR Signaling.” Academy of Management – Main Conference, Summer 2017

“Global Trade Networks and State Firm CSR Signaling Strategy.” Academy of International Business – Main Conference, Summer 2017

“Terrorism and Family Business Strategy.” Academy of International Business – Main Conference, Summer 2017

“Does Global Integration Make Firms More Socially Responsible? The Effect of National Trade Networks on State and Private Firm CSR” 5th Annual Copenhagen Conference, Fall 2016

“Bilateral Relationships and Entrepreneurship: Does the One-to One Relationship Advance the Two?” Academy of International Business – European Chapter, Spring 2016