Dr Valerio Cerretano
- Lecturer (Management)
telephone: 0141 330 4245
Valerio Cerretano holds an MA (Laurea) from the University of Pisa and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Before joining the school, he taught at the universities of Cambridge, Bozen, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham. He has also been a research fellow at Paris Jourdan, now part of the Paris School of Economics, and at the Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, Delaware. Valerio’s research interests lies in the area of management and international business taken in a historical perspective; he is contributing to the understanding of the factors underlying the internationalisation of large European corporations as well as the determinants to the international spread of technology and the forms of cross-border corporate co-operation.
Valerio is a member of the Entrepreneurship, Development and Political Economy research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Cross-border corporate cooperation
- International business
- Technology transfer
- Business History
Small Grant (2,081 £) from Carnegie Trust: “ The Anglo-American negotiations for the International Trade Organisation, 1941-6”, 2013-14.
At present I am supervising a PhD student pursuing research in strategic management. I would be happy to supervise in addition dissertations dealing with business, industrial and economic history broadly defined.
Courses Taught since 2012: Contributing to Business Economics (MBA) and Professional Practice (Level 3); The role of information technology in business (MBA); The development of international business (Honours).