Elizabeth L. Rose

Prof. Elizabeth L. Rose

Email: elizabeth.rose@iimu.ac.in  E.Rose@leeds.ac.uk

, India

International Business, Leeds University Business School, UK

Research Interest:

  • International business
  • International entrepreneurship
  • Global strategy
  • Internationalisation to and from emerging markets
  • Service-sector internationalisation

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Dr. Elizabeth L. Rose is a Research Chair Professor in Business Policy and Strategy, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur (India). She also Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the University of Leeds. Her work has appeared in a variety of top-tier journals, including the Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of World Business. She is an elected Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB). Beth has held leadership roles in several academic professional organizations. She served as Vice President for Administration for the AIB, where she worked closely with AIB chapters from around the globe. She was the founding chair of the AIB’s Australia and New Zealand Chapter (AIB-ANZ, now AIB-Oceania), and is a past President of both the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) and the Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS). She has also been Chair of the Strategic Management Society’s Global Strategy Interest Group and Chair of the Academy of Management International Management Division. She is currently a Vice President of the Board of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), and serves on the Advisory Board for the School of Management and Entrepreneurship of the Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur. Her research addresses various aspects of how firms internationalise and compete across borders; she works at the intersection of international business and strategy. She has ongoing interests in the internationalisation activities of service-sector and smaller firms, especially in the context of the emerging markets of India and Africa.

  • PhD (Business Administration), University of Michigan, USA
  • M.A. (Statistics), University of Michigan, USA
  • MSE (Civil Engineering), (Civil Engineering), University of Michigan, USA
  • BSE (Civil Engineering), Princeton University, USA
  • Rose, E.L. (2021). The decline of US manufacturing: Issues of measurement. Management and Organization Review, 17(1), 24-28.
  • Sadeghi, A., S.K. Chetty, and E.L. Rose (2021). Perceived export performance: The invisible part of the iceberg. Thunderbird International Business Review, forthcoming.
  • Sadeghi, A., E.L. Rose, and T.K. Madsen (2021). Perceived export performance: A contingent measurement approach. Journal of International Marketing, forthcoming.
  • Aliasghar, O., A. Sadeghi, and E.L. Rose (2020). Process innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises: The critical roles of external knowledge sourcing and absorptive capacity. Journal of Small Business Management, forthcoming.
  • Gerschewski, S., J. Scott-Kennel, and E.L. Rose (2020). Ready to export? The role of export readiness for superior performance of small and medium-sized enterprises. The World Economy, 43(5), 1253-1276.
  • Sahasranamam, S., S. Rentala, and E.L. Rose (2019). Knowledge sources and international business activity in a changing innovation ecosystem: A study of the Indian pharmaceutical industry, Management and Organization Review, 15(3), 595-614.
  • Aliasghar, O., E.L. Rose, and S. Chetty (2019). Where to search for process innovations? The mediating role of absorptive capacity and its impact on process innovation. Industrial Marketing Management, 82, 199-212.
  • Aliasghar, O., E.L. Rose, and S. Chetty (2019). Building absorptive capacity through firm openness in the context of a less open country. Industrial Marketing Management, 83, 81-93.
  • Dike, M. and E.L. Rose (2019). Cross-border expansion and competitive interactions of indigenous mobile network operators in sub-Saharan Africa. Thunderbird International Business Review, 61(1), 29-42.
  • Sadeghi, A., E.L. Rose, and S. Chetty (2018). Distentangling the effects of post-entry speed of internationalization on INVs’ performance. International Small Business Journal, 36(7), 780-806.
  • Gabriel, C-A., J. Kirkwood, S. Walton, and E.L. Rose (2016). How do developing country constraints impact renewable energy entrepreneurs? Energy for Sustainable Development, 35, 52-66.
  • Zander, I., P. McDougall-Covin, and E.L. Rose (2015). Born globals and international business: Evolution of a field of research. Journal of International Business Studies, 46(1), 27-35.
  • Gerschewski, S., E.L. Rose, and V.J. Lindsay (2015). Understanding the drivers of international performance for born global firms: An integrated perspective. Journal of World Business, 50(3), 558-575.
  • Gunawan, J. and E.L. Rose (2014). Absorptive capacity development in Indonesian exporting firms: How do institutions matter? International Business Review, 23(1), 45-54.
  • Asakawa, K., K. Ito, E.L. Rose, and D.E. Westney (2013). Internationalization of the Japanese service sector. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30, 1155-1168.
  • Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (2010). The implicit returns on domestic and international sales: An empirical analysis of cross-subsidization. Journal of International Business Studies, 41(6), 1074-1089.
  • Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (2009). Past interactions and new foreign direct investment location decisions: Firm-specific analysis in the global tire industry. Management International Review, 49(5), 641-669.
  • Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (2008). The international investment patterns of Japanese automobile manufacturers. Journal of International Business Studies, 39(5), 864-879.
  • Ball, D.A., V.J. Lindsay, and E.L. Rose (2008). Rethinking the paradigm of service internationalisation: Less resource-intensive market entry modes for information-intensive soft services. Management International Review, 48(4), 413-431.
  • Maitland, E.T., E.L. Rose, and S.J. Nicholas (2005). How firms grow: Clustering as a dynamic model of internationalization. Journal of International Business Studies, 36(4), 435-451.
  • Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (2005). Widening the family circle: Spin-offs in the Japanese service sector. Long Range Planning, 38, 9-26.
  • Chadee, D.D., F. Qiu, and E.L. Rose (2003). FDI location at the subnational level: A study of EJVs in China. Journal of Business Research, 56, 835-845.
  • Ito, K. and E.L Rose (2002). Foreign direct investment location strategies in the tire industry. Journal of International Business Studies, 33(3), 593-602.