Professor Trevor Buck
- Research Professor (Management)
Trevor Buck is part-time Research Professor in International Business and Business Policy after a forty-year career as lecturer/professor at universities in Belfast, Nottingham, Perth (Australia), Leicester and Loughborough.
Highlights of his research include papers in the Economic Journal, Academy of Management Journal and six papers since 2001 in the Journal of International Business Studies.
Trevor is a member of the International Business and Enterprise research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Executive pay
- Family business
Leverhulme Trust (1998) Executive Share Options and Long-term Incentive Plans (L-TIPs). T Buck as lead applicant, with Prof Brian Main (University of Edinburgh) and Dr Alistair Bruce. £90,640, 1998-2000.
ESRC (2003) Executive Pay and Incentive Effects, £212,00.
British Academy (2005) with Xiaohui Liu, Returning Chinese as Entrepreneurs, and their Role in Technology Transfer: a Study of Zhongguancun Science Park, £18,760.
Leverhulme Trust (2006) with Xiaohui Liu and Ursula Ott, National Culture in the 'New' China: a Study of Joint Ventures in China, £39,000.
British Academy (2013) with Margaret Fletcher and Emmanouela Plakoyiannaki, Case study sampling: a study of practices in international business, £9,511.
Trevor co-supervises six PhD students with the following topics:
- Export turnaround in China
- Employee commitment in Portugal
- Organisational structure and internationalisation in Malta
- Anger and entrepreneurial decisions in Palestine
- Institutional barriers to internationalisation in Palestine
- Government support and strategic entrepreneurship in China
- Li, Zhengyu
Influence of CSR on Chinese enterprises' outbound investment.
- Mirza, Ahmed
The Association of Formal and Informal Institutions With Total Entrepreneurial Activity: A Neo-Institutional Theory Approach Student
- Olawoyin, Adeola Oluwabukola
Analysis of non-market strategies of an oil industry: Insight from Nigeria.
- Wang, Zejin
Innovation Policy, State Ownership and Firms’ International Innovation Performance: A Case Study of Chinese Semi-conductor Firms
- WEI, SIYU
What are the researchers' motives and barriers to patents and standardisation? A comparative study of charging pile startups in China and the U.K.
Visiting Professor in International Business, Strathclyde University Department of Management, from December 2006.
Visiting Professor in International Business at the Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway, from Dec 2008.
Honorary Professor, Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University from 2011.
Research Associate, Edinburgh University Business School from 2011.
Emeritus Professor, Loughborough University Business School