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Clare Moonan

Dr Clare Moonan

Senior Lecturer

Summary

I am a senior lecturer in International Business and course leader for MSc Managing Global Business at SHU Business School. Since joining the university in 2006, I have played a major part in the development and teaching of a range of international business modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.  Much of my pedagogical research and teaching interests revolve around cultural aspects of knowledge transfer. In particular, the international transfer of human resource management in global firms. Before entering academia I worked in the UK and Japan in the fashion and automotive industries. I have maintained my industry links which have proved invaluable in securing research interviews, student consultancy projects and guest lectures. I actively engage with the Venture Matrix and Employability Hub in Sheffield Business School who have helped me organise field trips to the Jaguar car plant in Liverpool. I am currently planning further trips for the coming academic year to John Lewis in Liverpool and Bentley in Crewe. I work extensively in India as part of my course leader role and since 2009 have taken part in 10 cross-faculty recruitment drives in both India and Sri Lanka. I have also participated in British Council initiatives such as British Management Week as a guest lecturer. I am currently developing the Sheffield Business School alumni network in India and hosted the first alumni meeting in Pune/Mumbai in May 2013. I have developed partnerships with key Indian institutions including the prestigious Symbiosis University in Pune. This successful relationship has resulted in hosting two cohorts of Symbiosis MBA students who have studied alongside our MSc International Business students. My general interests lie in the cultural issues in international management, the political economy of East Asia, in particular Japan, China and India. My current PhD research at the University of Leeds Business School examines the transfer of Japanese human resource management in the Indian automotive industry.

  • About

    Qualifications

    • 2002: MSc East Asian Studies with Advanced Japanese, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    • 1998: BA (Hons) International Business with Japanese, Liverpool John Moores University
    • 1988: HNC Light Clothing, Other, United Kingdom
    • 2010 to date: PhD An examination of Japanese Management, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

    Senior Lecturer

  • Teaching

    Department of Management

    Sheffield Business School

    International Business

  • Publications

    Journal articles

    Moonan, C. (2013). The Impact of the Transfer of Japanese Management on Workers in the Indian Automotive Industry. Journal of the IMS Group (Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad).

    Presentations

    Moonan, C. (2015). The Impact of the Transfer of Japanese Management on Workers in the Indian Automotive Industry.

    Moonan, C. (2015). The Impact of the Transfer of Japanese Management on Workers in the Indian Automotive Industry.

    Moonan, C. (2013). Ethical Issues in Research with Organisations.

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