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Career history

Anne-Wil is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting Professor International Management at Tilburg University. Before joining Middlesex, she was Professor in International Management and a former Associate Dean Research at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Prior to Melbourne, she worked at the University of Bradford (UK), Maastricht University, the University of Tilburg, and the Open University (all in the Netherlands, her country of origin).

Research interests

Anne-Wil's research interests include international HRM, expatriate management, HQ-subsidiary relationships, cross-cultural management, the role of language in international business, and the international research process. In addition to her substantive research areas, Anne-Wil also has a keen research interest in issues relating to journal quality and research performance metrics. In this context she is the editor of the Journal Quality List and the provider of Publish or Perish, a software program that retrieves and analyses academic citations.

Outreach

Anne-Wil is also the founder of CYGNA London, a network to promote interaction among female academics based in the London area and to provide a forum for learning, support, and networking. She tweets and blogs on a regular basis on all things academia.

For a full resume see: https://harzing.com/resume

Keywords

  • Cultural Differences
  • Cross-Cultural Research
  • Knowledge Transfer
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Culture
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Management
  • Intercultural Management

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