Dr Murod Aliyev
- Position: Associate Professor of International Business
- Areas of expertise: International Business; Institutional economics/theory; Economics of Innovation; Global Innovation.
- Email: M.Aliyev@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 2637
- Location: G.15, 10-121 Cromer Terrace
- Website: LinkedIn | Googlescholar | Researchgate | ORCID
My research interests follow two streams, which I often mix. The first one falls into global innovation and economics of innovation. I am interested in understanding the behaviour and outcomes of strategic management of intangible assets across borders. More recently, I have started looking into the micro-mechanisms of creating such intangible assets within firms and teams, which lead me to working with patent data. In a series of ongoing projects, I am using patent data to investigate inventor, team, and firm level characteristics influencing innovation performance at various levels. The second stream of my research interests is based on institutions, including institutional economics and institutional theory in sociology. International Business research uses institutional theory extensively to explain Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows, Multinational Enterprise (MNE) behaviour and performance outcomes. Along with extending this line of inquiry, I also look at institutions from a reverse angle: building on theories of institutional change in economics and sociology, I study the impact of foreign activity on institutional change.
I am open to PhD applications with topics related to my research interests.
- PhD in Economics, University of Leeds
- MA in Economics and Finance, University of Leeds
- BA in Finance, Institute of Engineering and Economics, Andijan, Uzbekistan
- FHEA – Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK
Current: Small Business Internationalisation and Growth (LUBS2410); Quantitative Methods for International Business (LUBS5219);
Past: International Economic Environment (LUBS2400); Debates & Controversies in International Business (LUBS5234); Economic Theory and Applications (LUBS1950).
Research groups and institutes
- Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds