Dr Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, Adam Smith Business School
“Show that you know why you want the Fellowship, and that you know where you want your career to go”
Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol credits his European education and strong portfolio of publications as helping him stand out. Having studied in Strasbourg, London and Florence and held visiting positions throughout the world he has gained valuable experience and developed an international network of contacts.
Following his Fellowship Emmanuel was successful in securing a lectureship within the Adam Smith Business School. Emmanuel used his three-year Fellowship to focus on developing his research profile but to also develop new courses and gain valuable teaching experience. He is now putting this experience to effective use as a Lecturer in International Business and Enterprise.
A quick look at his biog and personal website shows that Emmanuel is no stranger to juggling several projects and strongly encourages others to learn how to manage several projects at one time, ‘the publication pipeline is sometimes slow, sometimes unsuccessful, and having different projects at the same time helps increase your chances of success.’
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Research area: Emmanuel’s research interests lie in international economic history, European integration, the development of international/European financial regulation and supervision and the internationalisation strategies of commercial banks
First published: 23 January 2017