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Darla Moore School of Business

International business accomplishments

The Moore School recently announced some of their senior faculty members were recognized as Moore Fellows, were promoted to advanced titles or were named as chairs of their departments. 

The international business department recognized: 

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Sali Li

  • Distinguished Fellow
  • International business professor
  • 8 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Internationalization strategies of digital platform firms

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Kenneth Erickson

  • International business associate professor; promoted in 2021
  • 8 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
A cultural anthropologist, Erickson is presently exploring cultural patterns in everyday life as these are expressed and contested through product purchase, use and sharing — that is, along the product itinerary

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David Hudgens

  • International business clinical associate professor; promoted in 2021
  • 24 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Includes a formative study on international careers, mental health and resilience and a project on language competence, international management and global contexts

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Wolfgang Messner

  • International business clinical professor; promoted in 2021
  • 5 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Managing cross-cultural teams, cross-cultural differences in consumer behavior and doing business in emerging markets

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Daniel Ostergaard ('16 Ph.D. international business)

  • International business clinical professor; promoted in 2021
  • 11 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
international security, transnational terrorism and trade; current research focused on public-private partnerships and how hybridization of firm/government arrangements create sustainable competitive advantage

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Marc van Essen

  • International business department chair; promoted in 2021
  • 7 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Entrepreneurship, comparative corporate governance, international business, family business and meta-analytic research methods

Moore Fellows are the school’s highest honor for tenure-track faculty at the various stages of their careers and each has a term of 3 years.


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