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6.12.1958
61 8 830 27754
susan.freeman@unisa.edu.au
Susan Freeman Ph.D. (Marketing), MEdSts, BEco, (Monash University), and DipEd (Institute of Catholic Education) is a Professor of International Business of the University of South Australia. Her research interests include: international business strategy including early accelerated internationalising smaller firms; international entrepreneurship; parent-subsidiary company autonomy; services internationalisation; Corporate Social Responsibility and global business; and emerging markets, with a focus on the Asian region and on qualitative research.

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.03.2016–...   
University of South Australia, Professor of International Business, Director – Strategy, International Business and Research (SIBER) and Associate Director – Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB) (1,00)
01.03.2015–01.03.2016   
University of South Australia, Dean: Postgraduate and Professional Programs, University of South Australia, UniSA Business School and Professor of International Business (1,00)
2010–2014   
The University of Adelaide, Associate Professor – International Business, The Business School, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (1,00)
2009–2012   
Manchester Business School, Visiting Senior Lecturer - International Business School, The Manchester Business School, Manchester, the United Kingdom (fixed term) (1,00)
2004–2009   
Monash University, Senior Lecturer - Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University (1,00)
1995–2003   
Monash University, Lecturer, Department of Marketing, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University (1,00)
1992–1995   
University of Vienna, Lecturer (sessional), The Department of English, Faculty of American and British Studies, University of Vienna, Austria (1,00)
1992–1994   
The Open University – Vienna, Austria, Sessional Lecturer – International Christian University, Vienna, Austria (1,00)
1990–1991   
The University of Leiden, Research assistant, Department of Youth Studies, Faculty of Social Science, The University of Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
1999–2003   
PhD, rahvusvaheline turundus/rahvusvaheline ettevõtlus
1988–1990   
Haridusteaduste magister, Monash University
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2016−...   
Founder and Director - Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship Research (SIBER)
2015−...   
Associate Director – Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB)
 
 
Lisainfo
Susan Freeman holds a Ph.D. in international marketing/international business; a MEdSts specializing in methods of assessment and curriculum design; and a BEco from Monash University; and a DipEd in International Business/Economics/Law from the Institute of Catholic education, Australia.

She was appointed Professor of International Business and Dean: Postgraduate and Professional Programs, University of South Australia, UniSA Business School in March 2015, reporting directly to the Pro Vice Chancellor of the Business School until July 2016. She took on the role of Discipline Leader – International Business and Associate Director of the Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB) in March 2016. She is founder and director of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship Research (SIBER) in the Business School.

In 2018, she was awarded the UniSA Business School Certificate of Research Excellence Commendation (for significant publications); awarded the Teaching and Learning Excellence Award – Curriculum Leadership (single staff winner); and awarded the Teaching and Research Excellence Commendation (top 10% of teaching staff – with teaching evaluations in the highest bracket – “Overall satisfaction with the performance of the staff member”). In 2017, she was awarded the UniSA Business School Achievement in Teaching & Learning Award in the category of Students’ Voice – Postgraduate – Inside the Classroom – the only staff member to be awarded in the post-graduate area.

She was formally invited to join the Board of ATLAS AFMI, Associate Francophone de Management International as Ambassador of Atlas AFMI, a unanimous invitation announced on 23 May 2018 at the Atlas AFMI Conference Board Meeting in Paris, France. This is the first time such an appointment has been made to an academic outside of France.

She is a Member of the Board of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (2014); Board Member and Vice-President (2014) of the Australia New Zealand International Business Association (ANZIBA); member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICDs) (2014); and board member of the Council for International Trade and Commerce South Australia (CITCSA) (2017).

She took on the role as Co-Editor of International Marketing Review (IMR) in June 2013; and Associate Editor – Rutgers Business Review (RBR) in early 2015. She was invited onto the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Business Research (JBR) and the Journal of International Entrepreneurship (JIE) in early 2015 and International Business Review (IBR) in November 2017. She was selected by the respective editor-in-chiefs and editorial boards because of her international research expertise across international marketing, international business and international entrepreneurship, qualitative methodologies, her active research status, and international reputation.

She has been appointed Visiting Professor – International Business – Department of Management and International Business, Aalborg University May-June 2019 to support HDR and ECR development running workshops on research design, paper writing and editorial advice on journal submission and review process. She has been invited as Visiting Professor of International Business to Macquarie University, Faculty of Business and Economics in February 2019 for week to lead research development for HDRs and ECRs.

She has supervised to completion: 12 PhDs, 6 Masters by Research and 17 honours students and currently supervises 5 PhDs in International Business, Management and Marketing disciplines in the areas of smaller entrepreneurial internationalisers; cross border international management; global supply chain; foreign direct investment; international buyer-seller relationships in emerging markets. She has received a number of competitive research grants including the (2014-2016) Marsden Grant (New Zealand National Competitive Grant Scheme), looking at Entrepreneurial Networking and Foreign Market Entry Decision Making of SMEs. Others include European Union, Industry Faculty and university-centre funding from both the University of Adelaide and Monash University, since graduating in her PhD (2003). She regularly consults to industry, including the annual 2016 and 2018 Annual Trade Report (survey and qualitative analysis) for the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI); and the UK Trade & Investment, British Consulate on international business.

She is regularly invited to serve or chair academic reviews from universities across Australia and internationally, in the MBA and in International Business Master Programs, as well as on undergraduate program reviews. Recent examples include Griffith University, Brisbane, as External Chair of the 5-year review of the Department of Asian Business and International Business in the Business School in 2017. At the University of Christchurch, New Zealand MBA and MBM Academic Program Review Panel, as External Panel Member for the Review and Accreditation of the MBA and MBM Programs - 2011, and 2016. At Monash University, for the UG Academic Program Review Panel, she was the External Panel Member for the Review and Accreditation of the UG Programs - 2011, across all local, rural and overseas campuses, for the Faculty of Business and Economics. She was Chair – Monash university’s review of the Master of Business Program in 2016. At the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Commerce, Master of International Business (MIB) Academic Program Review, she was the External Panel Member for the Review and Accreditation of the MIB Program - 2010. She was the Chair of the Swinburne University of Technology Re-accreditation of the MIB - 2008-2012.

In 2008-2009, she was the Director Education (Department of Management, Monash University), responsible for the strategic direction of postgraduate and undergraduate programs across international and metropolitan campuses. In this role, she reported directly to the Head of Department. She was a members of the Department’s Executive; Chair, Education Executive and Education Committee; a member of the Faculty Education Committee; member of the Faculty Graduate School of Business (GSB) Marketing Advisory Group (MaRG) and Faculty Assessment Working Party (FAWP); responsible for the learning and teaching quality for 85+ academic staff across three domestic and two international campuses, 4 specialist masters programs, 3 inter-departmental master programs (including the MBA) and 3 undergraduate programs.

She has extensive local and overseas teaching experience in international business, strategic management, international entrepreneurship and international marketing. She teaches MBA in Hong Kong for the University of South Australia; MBA in Singapore while at the University of Adelaide; and masters level at universities in the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and Belgium while living in the Netherlands and Austria (1989-1995).

She has held diverse senior administrative roles at Central, Faculty and Department levels at Monash University. They have included Director of Education, Department of Management (2008-2009); Associate Director Monash European and EU Centre; Deputy Director International Business Research Group (2007-2009); Faculty Course Coordinator Masters of International Business (2007-2009); Director Higher Degree Research, Department of Management (2005-6); Monash Research Graduate School Steering Committee Member 2005-6; Monash Ethics Management Committee (2005-6) and Reader (2000-6).

She was one of 16 Higher Degree Research supervisors across Monash University nominated for the 2006 Top PhD Supervisor of the Year Award, awarded by the Monash Postgraduate Association; and nominated for the Vice-Chancellors Award for Excellence in Honours Supervision in 2009.

She taught International Business in the MBA and MIB program at University of Adelaide, and Monash (2005-2009); and the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Teaching 2008, the Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash. She also teaches regularly at the undergraduate level in International Business at UniSA, and did so at University of Adelaide and Monash University.

She was on Outside Study Leave (sabbatical) (July to December 2007), at the Manchester Business School in the International Business Group, where she was appointed as a visiting scholar for 3 years and also at King’s College, London University, London, in the United Kingdom. During her second sabbatical (in 2013), she spent time at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK, Otago University and the University of Auckland, in New Zealand, the University of Florence, Italy, and ESCP (Europe) and Kedge Business School, in France.

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6.12.1958
61 8 830 27754
susan.freeman@unisa.edu.au
Susan Freeman Ph.D. (Marketing), MEdSts, BEco, (Monash University), and DipEd (Institute of Catholic Education) is a Professor of International Business of the University of South Australia. Her research interests include: international business strategy including early accelerated internationalising smaller firms; international entrepreneurship; parent-subsidiary company autonomy; services internationalisation; Corporate Social Responsibility and global business; and emerging markets, with a focus on the Asian region and on qualitative research.on qualitative research.

Career

Institutions and positions
01.03.2016–...   
University of South Australia, Professor of International Business, Director – Strategy, International Business and Research (SIBER) and Associate Director – Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB) (1,00)
01.03.2015–01.03.2016   
University of South Australia, Dean: Postgraduate and Professional Programs, University of South Australia, UniSA Business School and Professor of International Business (1,00)
2010–2014   
The University of Adelaide, Associate Professor – International Business, The Business School, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (1,00)
2009–2012   
Manchester Business School, Visiting Senior Lecturer - International Business School, The Manchester Business School, Manchester, the United Kingdom (fixed term) (1,00)
2004–2009   
Monash University, Senior Lecturer - Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University (1,00)
1995–2003   
Monash University, Lecturer, Department of Marketing, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University (1,00)
1992–1995   
University of Vienna, Lecturer (sessional), The Department of English, Faculty of American and British Studies, University of Vienna, Austria (1,00)
1992–1994   
The Open University – Vienna, Austria, Sessional Lecturer – International Christian University, Vienna, Austria (1,00)
1990–1991   
The University of Leiden, esearch assistant, Department of Youth Studies, Faculty of Social Science, The University of Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands (1,00)
 
 
Education
1999–2003   
Ph.D. in international marketing/international business
1988–1990   
Master of Educational Studies, Monash University
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2016−...   
Founder and Director - Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship Research (SIBER)
2015−...   
Associate Director – Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB)
 
 
Additional information
Susan Freeman holds a Ph.D. in international marketing/international business; a MEdSts specializing in methods of assessment and curriculum design; and a BEco from Monash University; and a DipEd in International Business/Economics/Law from the Institute of Catholic education, Australia.

She was appointed Professor of International Business and Dean: Postgraduate and Professional Programs, University of South Australia, UniSA Business School in March 2015, reporting directly to the Pro Vice Chancellor of the Business School until July 2016. She took on the role of Discipline Leader – International Business and Associate Director of the Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB) in March 2016. She is founder and director of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship Research (SIBER) in the Business School.

In 2018, she was awarded the UniSA Business School Certificate of Research Excellence Commendation (for significant publications); awarded the Teaching and Learning Excellence Award – Curriculum Leadership (single staff winner); and awarded the Teaching and Research Excellence Commendation (top 10% of teaching staff – with teaching evaluations in the highest bracket – “Overall satisfaction with the performance of the staff member”). In 2017, she was awarded the UniSA Business School Achievement in Teaching & Learning Award in the category of Students’ Voice – Postgraduate – Inside the Classroom – the only staff member to be awarded in the post-graduate area.

She was formally invited to join the Board of ATLAS AFMI, Associate Francophone de Management International as Ambassador of Atlas AFMI, a unanimous invitation announced on 23 May 2018 at the Atlas AFMI Conference Board Meeting in Paris, France. This is the first time such an appointment has been made to an academic outside of France.

She is a Member of the Board of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (2014); Board Member and Vice-President (2014) of the Australia New Zealand International Business Association (ANZIBA); member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICDs) (2014); and board member of the Council for International Trade and Commerce South Australia (CITCSA) (2017).

She took on the role as Co-Editor of International Marketing Review (IMR) in June 2013; and Associate Editor – Rutgers Business Review (RBR) in early 2015. She was invited onto the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Business Research (JBR) and the Journal of International Entrepreneurship (JIE) in early 2015 and International Business Review (IBR) in November 2017. She was selected by the respective editor-in-chiefs and editorial boards because of her international research expertise across international marketing, international business and international entrepreneurship, qualitative methodologies, her active research status, and international reputation.

She has been appointed Visiting Professor – International Business – Department of Management and International Business, Aalborg University May-June 2019 to support HDR and ECR development running workshops on research design, paper writing and editorial advice on journal submission and review process. She has been invited as Visiting Professor of International Business to Macquarie University, Faculty of Business and Economics in February 2019 for week to lead research development for HDRs and ECRs.

She has supervised to completion: 12 PhDs, 6 Masters by Research and 17 honours students and currently supervises 5 PhDs in International Business, Management and Marketing disciplines in the areas of smaller entrepreneurial internationalisers; cross border international management; global supply chain; foreign direct investment; international buyer-seller relationships in emerging markets. She has received a number of competitive research grants including the (2014-2016) Marsden Grant (New Zealand National Competitive Grant Scheme), looking at Entrepreneurial Networking and Foreign Market Entry Decision Making of SMEs. Others include European Union, Industry Faculty and university-centre funding from both the University of Adelaide and Monash University, since graduating in her PhD (2003). She regularly consults to industry, including the annual 2016 and 2018 Annual Trade Report (survey and qualitative analysis) for the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI); and the UK Trade & Investment, British Consulate on international business.

She is regularly invited to serve or chair academic reviews from universities across Australia and internationally, in the MBA and in International Business Master Programs, as well as on undergraduate program reviews. Recent examples include Griffith University, Brisbane, as External Chair of the 5-year review of the Department of Asian Business and International Business in the Business School in 2017. At the University of Christchurch, New Zealand MBA and MBM Academic Program Review Panel, as External Panel Member for the Review and Accreditation of the MBA and MBM Programs - 2011, and 2016. At Monash University, for the UG Academic Program Review Panel, she was the External Panel Member for the Review and Accreditation of the UG Programs - 2011, across all local, rural and overseas campuses, for the Faculty of Business and Economics. She was Chair – Monash university’s review of the Master of Business Program in 2016. At the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Commerce, Master of International Business (MIB) Academic Program Review, she was the External Panel Member for the Review and Accreditation of the MIB Program - 2010. She was the Chair of the Swinburne University of Technology Re-accreditation of the MIB - 2008-2012.

In 2008-2009, she was the Director Education (Department of Management, Monash University), responsible for the strategic direction of postgraduate and undergraduate programs across international and metropolitan campuses. In this role, she reported directly to the Head of Department. She was a members of the Department’s Executive; Chair, Education Executive and Education Committee; a member of the Faculty Education Committee; member of the Faculty Graduate School of Business (GSB) Marketing Advisory Group (MaRG) and Faculty Assessment Working Party (FAWP); responsible for the learning and teaching quality for 85+ academic staff across three domestic and two international campuses, 4 specialist masters programs, 3 inter-departmental master programs (including the MBA) and 3 undergraduate programs.

She has extensive local and overseas teaching experience in international business, strategic management, international entrepreneurship and international marketing. She teaches MBA in Hong Kong for the University of South Australia; MBA in Singapore while at the University of Adelaide; and masters level at universities in the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and Belgium while living in the Netherlands and Austria (1989-1995).

She has held diverse senior administrative roles at Central, Faculty and Department levels at Monash University. They have included Director of Education, Department of Management (2008-2009); Associate Director Monash European and EU Centre; Deputy Director International Business Research Group (2007-2009); Faculty Course Coordinator Masters of International Business (2007-2009); Director Higher Degree Research, Department of Management (2005-6); Monash Research Graduate School Steering Committee Member 2005-6; Monash Ethics Management Committee (2005-6) and Reader (2000-6).

She was one of 16 Higher Degree Research supervisors across Monash University nominated for the 2006 Top PhD Supervisor of the Year Award, awarded by the Monash Postgraduate Association; and nominated for the Vice-Chancellors Award for Excellence in Honours Supervision in 2009.

She taught International Business in the MBA and MIB program at University of Adelaide, and Monash (2005-2009); and the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Teaching 2008, the Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash. She also teaches regularly at the undergraduate level in International Business at UniSA, and did so at University of Adelaide and Monash University.

She was on Outside Study Leave (sabbatical) (July to December 2007), at the Manchester Business School in the International Business Group, where she was appointed as a visiting scholar for 3 years and also at King’s College, London University, London, in the United Kingdom. During her second sabbatical (in 2013), she spent time at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK, Otago University and the University of Auckland, in New Zealand, the University of Florence, Italy, and ESCP (Europe) and Kedge Business School, in France.

Supervised dissertations

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Foreign market entries, exits and re-entries: the role of knowledge, network relationships and decision-making logicVissak, T.; Francioni, B.; Freeman, S.2020International Business Review1.1.Tartu Ülikool, Sotsiaalteaduste valdkond, majandusteaduskond
The model of corporate culture, strategic change and corporate performance: an empirical study of Chinese construction industryLiu, M.; Freeman, S.; Murad, W. 2020International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management1.2.
International Entrepreneurship: A comparative analysisFreeman, S.; Zhu, Y.; Warner, M.20202.1.
Implemented and perceived high-performance work system and its effect on branch performance A 2-1-2 mediational multilevel approachAli, Muhammad; Lei, Shen; Freeman, Susan; Khan, Mubbsher Munawar2019Employee Relations1.1.
The use and usefulness of academic research: An EMBA perspectiveTucker, Basil P.; Waye, Vicki; Freeman, Susan2019The International Journal of Management Education1.1.
An Examination of Global Mindset and International Market Opportunities among SMEsLazaris, M.; Freeman, S.2018International Studies of Management and Organization1.1.
Conceptualizing Network Configurations as Dynamic Capabilities for Emerging Market Born GlobalsNgasri, N.E.M.; Freeman, S.2018International Studies of Management and Organization1.1.
Drivers of service climate: an emerging market perspectiveHung Trong Hoang; Hill, Sally Rao; Vinh Nhat Lu; Freeman, Susan2018Journal of Services Marketing1.1.
Factors influencing price premiums of Australian wine in the UK marketShare, Elyse; Murad, M. D. Wahid; Freeman, Susan2018International Journal of Wine Business Research1.1.
Service quality delivery in a cross-national contextZhu, Ying; Freeman, Susan; Cavusgil, S. Tamer2018International Business Review1.1.
Chapter 13: Motivations to Internationalise: Evidence from Brazilian Shoe FirmsCampos, Luísa; Axinn, Catherine; Freeman, Susan; Suder, Gabriele2018Key Success Factors of SME Internationalisation: A Cross-Country Perspective3.1.
Assigned versus assumed: Towards a contemporary, detailed understanding of subsidiary autonomyCavanagh, Andrew; Freeman, Susan; Kalfadellis, Paul; Herbert, Kendall2017International Business Review1.1.
Brand champion behaviour: Its role in corporate brandingYakimova, Raisa; Mavondo, Felix; Freeman, Susan; Stuart, Helen2017Journal of Brand Management1.1.
Developing service climate in local vs. foreign firms in smaller Asian emerging markets: a resource-based and social exchange perspectiveHung Trong Hoang; Hill, Sally Rao; Freeman, Susan; Vinh Nhat Lu; Imrie, Brian C.2017The International Journal of Human Resource Management1.1.
Exploring cross-cultural skills for expatriate managers from Chinese multinationals: Congruence and contextualizationWang, Dan; Fan, Di; Freeman, Susan; Zhu, Cherrie Jiuhua2017Asia Pacific Journal of Management1.1.
HOW DO SUBSIDIARIES ASSUME AUTONOMY? A REFINED APPLICATION OF AGENCY THEORY WITHIN THE SUBSIDIARY-HEADQUARTERS CONTEXTCavanagh, Andrew; Freeman, Susan; Kalfadellis, Paul; Cavusgil, Salih Tamer2017Global Strategy Journal1.1.
Understanding Chinese Immigrants in Prato’s Industrial District: Benefits to Local EntrepreneursOng, Xander; Freeman, Susan2017Native and Immigrant Entrepreneurship3.1.
‘After-Care’ Service Provision and Repeat InvestmentKalfadellis, Paul; Freeman, Susan2017Growth Frontiers in International Business3.1.
Value Creation as Business Commitment to Responsible ConsumptionNeesham, Cristina; Freeman, Susan2016The Contribution of Love, and Hate, to Organizational Ethics3.1.
Debunking the Chinese Threat: Findings from PratoOng, Xander; Freeman, Susan; Cooper, Brian K.2015Chinese Migration to Europe3.1.
Reactive and proactive international entrepreneurial behaviour: causation and effectuationLazaris, M.; Ngasri, N.E.M; Freeman, S.2015Handbook of Research on International Entrepreneurship Strategy: Improving SME Performance Globally3.1.
The nature of relationships within supply networks and their role in the delivery of services in East Asian emerging marketsFreeman, S., Hoang, H.T., Murad, W.2015ASEAN and Regional Free Trade Agreements3.1.
Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Identification of Foreign Market OpportunitiesSmans, Melanie; Freeman, Susan; Thomas, Jill2014International Migration1.1.
International marketing strategies in industrial clusters: Insights from the Southern HemisphereFelzensztein, Christian; Stringer, Christina; Benson-Rea, Maureen; Freeman, Susan2014Journal of Business Research1.1.
Measuring the Performance of Born-Global Firms Throughout Their Development Process: The Roles of Initial Market Selection and Internationalisation SpeedTrudgen, Ryan; Freeman, Susan2014Management International Review1.1.