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Lecturer in International Business, Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

  • 1.  Lecturer in International Business, Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

    Posted 01-24-2023 00:36

    Lecturer in International Business (Teaching and Research)


    Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

    Lecturer in International Business (Teaching and Research)

    Comparative and International Business Group, PMO Division

    Vacancy ref: HUM-021136


    Deadline for application: 16/02/2023

    Contract: Permanent, full time

    Location: Manchester, United Kingdom

    For full specifications and to submit applications, visit the university portal:



    Role summary and job description: Applications are invited for a Lecturer in International Business. The successful candidate is expected to conduct research at the highest level and publish it in top-tier journals as well as teach at Undergraduate and/or Postgraduate levels in International Business and releted subject areas (including dissertation supervision and seminar and tutorial support). 

    The post is based within the Comparative & International Business (CIB) group of the People, Management and Organisations division (PMO). The Comparative and International Business group in the Alliance Manchester Business School is composed of internationally renowned researchers. The research conducted by successful candidates will complement existing areas of expertise and specialism of the group, which currently include global sustainable strategies, capability development of multinational enterprises, non-market strategies, institutions and innovation, the comparative institutional analysis of markets, Asian business systems, emerging market multinationals, corporate social responsibility, inclusive global supply chains, social international entrepreneurship, and multinationals and human rights development.

    This Lecturer role is teaching-and-research focused. Early career researchers benefit from reduced teaching and research support. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with others in the group and more widely on research, engagement and other activities as part of their own personal development and to advance the scholarly and research-related activities of the School.

    Contact information for enquiries

    Professor Axèle Giroud, Head of Comparative & International Business group


    Professor Mario Kafouros, Head of PMO Division


    Professor Timothy Devinney, Chair and Professor of International business


    Further Information: For information on our CIB group, please visit:


    For information on the PMO Division, please visit:


    Timothy Devinney
    University of Manchester