Dr Alfredo D’Angelo is Lecturer in International Business (Management) at the University of Glasgow Business School (UK). He holds a PhD in Management from the University of Pavia (Italy). He also holds an MSc in Management Research from the University of Glasgow (UK), an MSc in International Business from the University of Ulster (UK) and a BSc in Economics from the “Federico II” University of Naples (Italy). Before joining the academia, he worked as International Marketing Executive for Bord Bia – Irish Food Board in Dublin (Ireland) and Milan (Italy) offices. During the PhD years, he acted as Research Consultant for IReR - Lombardy Regional Institute for Research in Milan and Euromonitor International in London. After graduation, he spent ten months as Post-doc research fellow at the University of Milan (Italy).
Areas of expertise:
- SMEs’ internationalisation
- International entrepreneurship
- Family firms
Scottish Enterprise/Scottish Development International. Project title: A Review of Trade/Exporting Academic Literature and Analysis of Existing Data (with P. Dimitratos and M. Fletcher, University of Glasgow) / Awarded £ 9,950.
Adam Smith Research Foundation, Seedcorn Funds. Project title: ‘Internationalisation, Innovation and Performance of Firms’ (with P. Dimitratos, University of Glasgow) / Awarded £2,000.
Potential PhD supervision topics
Dr Alfredo D'Angelo is interested in co-supervising PhD researchers in the area on International Business, International Entrepreneurship, International Management and Innovation. Potential themes include the internationalisation of new entrepreneurial firms in high-tech and bio-tech sectors. Other interesting themes include business models and open innovation in the market for technology.
Courses taught: Global Business Environment (MSc), Managing across Culture (MSc), International Management Solutions (MSc).
International Business and Strategy (Undergraduate)
Member of the Academy of International Business
Member of the editorial team of International Journal of Business Administration
Ad-hoc reviewer for: European Journal of Management and Journal of Small Business Management