Regionalisation and Free trade agreements (International business, lobbying, Single Market)
Terrorism studies (9/11, Global terrorism, impact)
Prof Dr Gabriele Suder is Director, International Relations at The University of Melbourne and she is Principal Fellow at the Melbourne Business School. She is external research fellow at JETRO (Japan) and expert at the European Union (EACEA) and UNCTAD. Gabriele is also President of WAIB, the Women at AIB association, 2013 -2015. She holds a 1994 PhD in Management from the University of Bath, UK, and has become full Professor since 2004, with a career spanning across Germany, France, Finland, China, the USA and Australia. Her work mainly focuses on regionalization, market integration and non-market strategy, with high-level distinction for her work in the field of regionalization and its impact on international investment flows and trends, including the Jean Monnet Chair. She is author of numerous international business and strategy books, including 'Doing Business in Europe' (two editions) and a book series on the impact of terrorism on internationalization, and has published widely in scholarly and practitioner journals and in media (e.g., Business Week, Le Figaro, etc and on national TV). Her International Relations roles in higher education encompasses international relations orientation, development and consolidation in single- and multi- campus institutions, and centres on the creation and strategic consolidation of research, teaching and learning opportunity and value –addition with international focused reach through external governmental and institutional relationship building. She is, int. al., also active member of the Academy of International Business (and its elected WAIB President), EURAM, ANZIBA, UACES, EAIE (the European Association for International Education), IEAA (the International Education Association of Australia) and APAIE (the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education).
Supervision of Master in Management or MScIB students as well as PhD in particular in the fields of - internationalisation/regionalisation including modes of entry, lobbying etc - global value chains, IOT and regionalisation - internationalisation of knowledge - risk and terrorism impact on internationalisation of firms