Elizabeth Rose

Professor of International Business

Email:
e.rose@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 343 8225
Categories:
Executive Education, Academic, Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL), International Business
Location:
Room 2.08, 10-12 Cromer Terrace
Profile

Qualifications

PhD in Business Administration (Statistics and Management Science), University of Michigan
AM in Statistics, University of Michigan
MSE in Civil Engineering, University of Michigan
BSE in Civil Engineering, Princeton University

Experience

Elizabeth L. Rose is Professor of International Business at the University of Leeds. She is also a Visiting Professor of International Business at the Aalto University School of Business (Finland) and an Adjunct Professor of Business Policy and Strategy at the Indian Institute of Management Udaipur (India). A dual citizen of New Zealand and the United States, her previous academic appointments have been in New Zealand, Finland, and the US.

Beth’s research addresses various aspects of how firms internationalize and compete across borders; she works at the intersection of international business and strategy. She has ongoing interests in the internationalization activities of service-sector and smaller firms. Not surprisingly, for someone who started her academic career as a statistician, most of her research is quantitative in nature, and emphasizes the use of robust approaches in modelling. Beth’s 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. Beth has chaired the Research Committee of the Academy of Management’s International Management Division, and is now a member of the Division’s Executive Committee; she will serve as Chair of the Division for 2018-2019.

 

 

Research

 

 

Teaching

Teaching

LUBS 1140 – Principles of International Business
LUBS 5214 – Foreign Market Entry
LUBS 5293 – Understanding Your Discipline

 

 

Previous Teaching

LUBS 3860 – International Strategic Management
LUBS 5906 – Research Methods for International Business

Responsibilities

Responsibilities

Director, James E. Lynch India and South Asia Business Centre
Secretary-Treasurer, Fellows of the Academy of International Business (2017-2020)
Chair, Academy of Management International Management Division (2018-2019)
Board Member and Immediate Past Chair, Academy of International Business Oceania Chapter
Co-Editor, Review of International Business and Strategy
Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of International Business Studies, Global Strategy Journal, Management International Review, Thunderbird International Business Review, and others

 

Publications

Journal articles

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, forthcoming.

Guo, Y., P. Jasovska, H.G. Rammal, and E.L. Rose (2018). Global mobility of professionals and the transfer of tacit knowledge in multinational service firms. Journal of Knowledge Management, forthcoming.

Dike, M. and E.L. Rose (2018). Cross-border expansion and competitive interactions of indigenous mobile network operators in sub-Saharan Africa. Thunderbird International Business Review, forthcoming.

Dike, M. and E.L. Rose (2017). Internationalization of mobile telecommunications: A systematic literature review. Review of International Business and Strategy, 27(3), 308-321.

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.

Gerschewski, S., V.J. Lindsay, and E.L. Rose (2016). Advancing the entrepreneurial orientation construct: The role of passion and perseverance. Review of International Business and Strategy, 26(4), 446-471. [awarded as best paper in the journal for 2016]

Yuliansyah, Y., H.G. Rammal, and E.L. Rose (2016). Business strategy and performance in Indonesia’s service sector. Journal of Asia Business Studies, 10(2), 2016, 164-182.

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.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (2014). Organizational structure: Spatial and temporal considerations. Organizational Science, 48(1), 4-14 (in Japanese).

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.

Mockaitis, A.I, E.L. Rose, and P. Zettinig (2012). The power of individual cultural values in global virtual teams. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 12(2), 193-210.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and E.B. Cho (2011). Domestic competitive position and internationalization: A study of Japanese companies. Organizational Science, 44(4), 4-13 (in Japanese).

Smith, M.S., P.J. Dowling, and E.L. Rose (2011). Psychic distance revisited: A proposed conceptual framework and research agenda. Journal of Management & Organization, 17(1), 123-143.

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.

Worthley, R., B. Mac Nab, R. Brislin, K. Ito, and E.L. Rose (2009). Workforce motivation in Japan: An examination of gender difference and management perceptions. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20(7), 1503-1520.

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.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (2006). Subsidiary formation in the Japanese service sector. Asian Business & Management, 5(1), 207-223.

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.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (2004). An emerging structure of corporations. Multinational Business Review, 12(3), 63-83.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (2004). On the relationship between Japanese manufacturing firms and their subsidiaries. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 21, 469-490.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (2004). M&As in the Japanese banking industry: The more things change? Advances in International Management, 17, 141-159.

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.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (2002). Bootstrap versus traditional hypothesis testing procedures for coefficients in least absolute value regression. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 72(8), 665-675.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (1999). Innovations and geographic focus: A comparison of U.S. and Japanese firms. International Business Review, 8(1), 55-74.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (1997). The ownership structure of Japanese service firms: A study of parent-subsidiary relationships. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 9(3), 26-39.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (1997). Issues of estimation in least absolute value regression. Annals of Operations Research, 74, 239-257.

Voss, C.A., K. Blackmon, R.B. Chase, E.L. Rose, and A.V. Roth (1997). Service competitiveness - an Anglo-US study. Business Strategy Review, 8(1), 7-22.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (1996). Knowledge creation through the internal information market: An integration of total quality management. Quality Management Journal, 3(3), 87-102.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (1996). A note on hypothesis tests in LAV multiple regression: A small sample comparison. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 21, 463-470.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (1995). A bootstrap approach to hypothesis testing in least absolute value regression. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 20, 119-130.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (1995). Estimation after pre-testing in least absolute value regression with autocorrelated errors. The Journal of Business and Management, 2(2), 74-95.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose (1994). The genealogical structure of Japanese firms: Parent-subsidiary relationships. Strategic Management Journal, 15(Summer), 35-51.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (1994). Forecasting in least absolute value regression with autocorrelated errors: A small sample study. International Journal of Forecasting, 10(4), 539-547.

Dielman, T.E. and E.L. Rose (1994). Estimation in least absolute value regression with autocorrelated errors. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 50, 29-43.

Rose, E.L. (1993). Some effects of rounding errors on ARMA(1,1) models. Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 22(1), 155-174.

Rose, E.L., J.A. Machak, and W.A. Spivey (1988). A survey of the teaching of statistics in MBA programs. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 6(2), 273-282.

Nowak, A.S. and E.L. Rose (1984). Seismic risk for commercial buildings in Memphis. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 73(5), 1435-1450.

Edited book

Raghunath, S. and E.L. Rose (2017). International Business Strategy: Perspectives on Implementation in Emerging Markets, Palgrave Macmillan.

Sections in books:
Raghunath, S. and E.L. Rose (2017). International business in the context of emerging markets. In International Business Strategy: Perspectives on Implementation in Emerging Markets, S. Raghunath and E.L. Rose (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan.

Sivakumar, S., S. Sahasranamam, and E.L. Rose (2017). Internationalization of emerging-market firms: The contingent role of board capability. In International Business Strategy: Perspectives on Implementation in Emerging Markets, S. Raghunath and E.L. Rose (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan.

Rose, E.L. (2016). Learning, collaboration, context, and place: Marjorie A. Lyles’ contributions to international management. In Global Entrepreneurship: Past, Present & Future (Advances in International Management, Volume 29), T.M. Devinney, G. Markman, T. Pedersen, and L. Tihanyi (Eds.), Emerald Publishing Group Limited.

Gunawan, J., E.L. Rose, and R. Piekkari (2012). Stuck in the middle: A challenge of repolarization for Europe and Indonesia. In EU-Asia and the Re-polarization of the Global Economic Arena, L. Oxelheim (Ed.), World Scientific Publishing.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and T. Kim (2010). Which come first: Domestic or foreign subsidiaries? Analysis of global integration and local responsiveness among Japanese service companies. In Resources, Efficiency and Globalisation, M.V. Jones and P. Dimitratos (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan.

Zhu, P.X., E.L. Rose, and K. Ito (2004). Impact of organizational culture on value creation through mergers and acquisitions. In Global Corporate Evolution: Looking Inward or Looking Outward?, M. Trick (Ed.), Carnegie Mellon University Press: Pittsburgh, PA, 207-216.

Rose, E.L. (2001). Entries on W. Edwards Deming, Kaoru Ishikawa, Joseph Juran, Shigeo Shingo, Genichi Taguchi, and Toyota Production System. In Encyclopedia of Japanese Business and Management, A. Bird (Ed.), Routledge.

Maitland, E.T., E.L. Rose, and S.J. Nicholas (2001). Patterned growth? The dynamics of multinational expansion. In Asia-Pacific Issues in International Business, S.J. Gray, S.L. McGaughey, and W.R. Purcell (Eds.), Edward Elgar, 28-49.

Rose, E.L. and I.V. Eriksson (1998). Development and maintenance costs: Measures of software maintainability. In Global and Multiple Criteria Optimization and Information Systems Quality, C. Carlsson and I. Eriksson (Eds.), Åbo Akademis Tryckeri: Turku, Finland, 21-35.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito (1994). The structure of subsidiary ownership of Japanese manufacturing firms. In Research Series in International Business and International Relations, S. Beechler and A. Bird (Eds), JAI Press: Greenwich, CT, 245-260.

Papers presented at conferences and workshops (selected):
Aliasghar, O., E.L. Rose, and S. Chetty. The role of external search depth from international and domestic partners on radical process innovation: Lessons from the Iranian automotive industry. Academy of International Business, Minneapolis, June 2018.

Sadeghi, A., E.L. Rose, and S. Chetty. A new measure of perceived export performance: An individualized measurement approach. Academy of International Business, Minneapolis, June 2018 [Finalist for Best Paper Award in Research Methods].

Aliasghar, O., E.L.,Rose, and S. Chetty. Radical process innovation and the benefits of depth of relationships with international versus domestic partners. European International Business Academy, Milan, December 2017.

Dike, M. and E.L. Rose, Cross-border expansion of mobile network operators in the emerging regional market context: Investment location and entry strategy choice determinants. European International Business Academy, Milan, December 2017.

Guo, Y., P. Jasovska, H.G. Rammal, and E.L. Rose. Global teams and the transfer of tacit knowledge in multinational service firms. European International Business Academy, Milan, December 2017.

Kähäri, P., E.L. Rose, V. Soini, and D.E. Westney. Will internationalization save or kill SMEs? A longitudinal investigation and conceptualization of SME survival. European International Business Academy, Milan, December 2017.

Konwar, Z., R. Berger, R. Singh, and E.L. Rose. Developing business relationships in the Indian context: How does jaan-pehchaan matter? European International Business Academy, Milan, December 2017.

Aliasghar, O. and E.L. Rose. Where to search for process Innovations? The mediating role of absorptive capacity and its impact of process innovation. Academy of Management, Atlanta, August 2017.

Aliasghar, O., E.L. Rose, and J. Zhang. Building capacity through firm openness in a less-open economy. Academy of International Business, Dubai, July 2017.

Sadeghy, A. and E.L. Rose. How do SME managers perceive export performance? Academy of International Business, Dubai, July 2017.

Chhajer, R., T. Joseph, and E.L. Rose. Role of self-efficacy, optimism and job engagement in positive change: Evidence from the Middle East. Pan-IIM Management conference, Ahmedabad, December 2016 [Finalist for Best Conference Paper].

Dike, M. and E.L. Rose. Cross-border expansion of mobile network operators in Sub-Saharan Africa: Focus on market selection. Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter of the Academy of International Business, Lagos, August 2016.

Osigwe, E.E. and E.L. Rose. Privatization of state-owned enterprises in Nigeria: Lessons for Sub-Saharan countries. Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter of the Academy of International Business, Lagos, August 2016.

Guo, Y., H. Rammal, and E.L. Rose. Antecedents and outcomes of social network building: An empirical study of western expatriates in China. Academy of International Business, New Orleans, June 2016.

Dike, M.C. and E.L. Rose. Mobile telecoms in Sub-Saharan Africa: A multimarket competition perspective. Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter of the Academy of International Business, Johannesburg, August 2015.

Pragada, V., S. Raghunath, and E.L. Rose. Toward a network-based international structure. Strategic Management Society, Denver, September 2015.

Michailova, I., P. Liesch, and E.L. Rose. Internationalization of entrepreneurship and institutional reinforcement in a new global industry. Academy of International Business, Bengaluru, June 2015.

Gerschewski, S., V.J. Lindsay, P. McDougall-Covin, and E.L. Rose. Advancing the entrepreneurial orientation construct: The role of passion and perseverance. Academy of International Business, Vancouver, June 2014.

Rose, E.L., K. Ito. A. Budde-Sung, and T. Peacock. Multinational structure and legal systems. Academy of International Business, Istanbul, July 2013 and Academy of Management, Orlando, August 2013.

Gerschewski S., E.L. Rose, and V. Lindsay. Understanding the drivers of international performance for born global firms: An integrated perspective. Academy of International Business, Washington DC, June 2012. (Best conference paper finalist)

Lehtonen, M., E.L. Rose, H. Cheng, and J. Lovio. Motives for going international: A longitudinal study of Finnish design companies entering the Japanese market. Academy of International Business, Nagoya, June 2011.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and E. Cho. Leaders follow the followers: Multinationality and domestic competitive position among Japanese firms. Academy of Management, Montréal, August 2010.

Mockaitis, A., E.L. Rose, and A. Kriauciunas. The influence of psychic distance on entry mode and location choice for transition economy firms. Academy of Management, Montréal, August 2010.

Nurkka, J. and E.L. Rose. Embeddedness of environmental cultural change in a multinational corporation. Academy of Management, Montréal, August 2010.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and E. Cho. Domestic competitive position and internationalization: A study of Japanese companies. Academy of International Business, Rio de Janeiro, June 2010.

Gerschewski, S., E.L. Rose, and J. Scott-Kennel. Understanding pre-export behaviour among small and medium-sized firms in New Zealand: Towards a model of export readiness. Academy of International Business, Rio de Janeiro, June 2010.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and T. Kim. Which come first: Domestic or foreign subsidiaries? Analysis of global integration and local responsiveness among Japanese service companies. Academy of International Business, San Diego, June 2009 and Academy of Management, Chicago, August 2009.

Mockaitis, A.I., E.L. Rose, and P. Zettinig. The determinants of trust in multicultural virtual teams. Academy of International Business, San Diego, June 2009.

Yu, Y., V. Lindsay, and E.L. Rose. How do foreign firms manage business relationships in China after market entry? Academy of International Business, San Diego, June 2009.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and D.E. Westney. A study of millennium organizations in Japan. Academy of Management, Anaheim, August 2008.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. A study of millennium companies: Local strategy vs. global strategy. Academy of International Business, Milan, July 2008.

Yu, Y., V.J. Lindsay, and E.L. Rose. A classification to analyse interfirm business relationships. Academy of International Business, Milan, July 2008.

Mockaitis, A.I., E.L. Rose, and P. Zettinig. The power of individual cultural values in global virtual teams. Academy of International Business, Indianapolis, June 2007 and Academy of Management, Philadelphia, August 2007.

Rose, E.L., K. Ito, and A.E.K. Budde. Foreign subsidiary formation in U.S. multinationals. Academy of International Business, Indianapolis, June 2007.

Ito, K., E.L. Rose, and A.E.K. Budde. Foreign subsidiary formation in U.S. multinational corporations: An “OLIN” framework. Academy of Management, Atlanta, August 2006.

Gunawan, J., E.L. Rose, and V.J. Lindsay. Network usage and learning for internationalisation in born globals and traditionally internationalised firms. Academy of International Business, Beijing, June 2006.

Zhu, P.X., E.L. Rose, and K. Ito. International M&As: The relationship between organizational culture and performance. Academy of Management, Honolulu, August 2005.

Zhu, P.X., E.L. Rose, and K. Ito. International mergers and acquisitions: The performance implications of organizational culture. Academy of International Business, Québec, July 2005.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Size of the corporate family. Academy of International Business, Stockholm, July 2004.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Past interactions and new foreign direct investment location decisions: Firm-specific analysis in the global tire industry. Academy of International Business, Monterey, CA, July 2003.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. Changes in corporate resources and structures in Japan. Academy of International Business, Sydney, November 2001.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Global competition in the tire industry. Academy of International Business, Phoenix, AZ, November 2000.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. Historical analysis of corporate genealogy and recent M&As in Japan. Academy of International Business, Charleston, November 1999.

Maitland, E.T., S.J. Nicholas, and E.L. Rose. How firms grow: Clustering as a dynamic model of internationalisation. Academy of International Business Annual, Charleston, November 1999.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Corporate genealogy and the transformation of resources: A study of service firms in Japan. Academy of Management, San Diego, CA, August 1998.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. The implicit returns on domestic and export sales: The case of Japanese automobile and consumer electronics firms. Academy of Management, Boston, MA, August 1997.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Genealogical restructuring: What can we learn from reproduction in nature? Strategic Management Society, Phoenix, AZ, October 1996.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. Selective competition or collusion? How Japanese automobile firms carve up international markets. Academy of International Business, Banff, Alberta, September 1996.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. The foreign investment order of Japanese automotive firms. Academy of Management, Cincinnati, OH, August 1996.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. The international investment patterns of Japanese automobile manufacturers. International Conference on Longitudinal Research on Foreign Market Entry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 1996.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Industry consolidation and global competition: Multiple market competition in the tire industry, Academy of International Business, Seoul, October 1995.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. Genealogical transformation of corporate resources: A study of Japanese service firms. Association of Japanese Business Studies, Ann Arbor, MI, June 1995.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. Cross-subsidization: An empirical analysis. Academy of International Business, Boston, November 1994.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. An empirical analysis of cross-subsidization. International Conference on Global Competition, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, October 1994.

Rose, E.L. and K. Ito. Subsidiary ownership policies of Japanese manufacturing firms. Academy of Management, Dallas, TX, August 1994 and Strategic Management Society, Paris, October 1994.

Ito, K. and E.L. Rose. The strategic focus and R&D expenditures: A comparison of U.S. and Japanese firms. Academy of Management, Las Vegas, NV, August 1992.

 

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