Dr Fiona Moore

Research interests

  • International human resource management
  • Cross-cultural management
  • Gender and ethnic diversity in MNCs
  • Anthropology and its applications in business studies
  • German, Korean and Taiwanese business cultures

Consultancy

Dr Moore has worked with Tesco, BMW, DG Bank and Oxford Analytica on various consultancy projects.

Other work

Media appearances:

  • Sky News (2010) "Vince Cable's 'graduate tax' and its possible impact on university applications", broadcast 5pm on 15/07/10
  • express.co.uk (2010), "Why are the world's richest women Chinese?" 17 June 2010
  • BBC Breakfast (2010) "Sex discrimination in the City of London and how banks are losing out by not having more women at top levels", broadcast 3 April 2010
  • "Perspectives," 3 February 2008, Siren FM 107.5 (Radio)
  • Associated Press (2005) “The Doctor is In, Again,” syndicated to various newspapers 19 March 2005
  • Adenekan, Shola (2004) “Brain Gain’ for UK Universities,” BBCi News: Education, 28 July 2004, available from http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/3932805.stm
  • Johnson, Chris (2004) “UK Enjoys a Brain Gain in Young Talent,” Times Higher Education Supplement, 9 July 2004, p. 1
  • BBC South Today (2004) “Women and Work at BMW,” broadcast 2 February 2004
  • Radio Jackie News (2004b) “London News,” Radio Jackie, broadcast 1 February 2004
  • Surrey Comet (2004a) “Research Steers Women Back into Car Factory,” Surrey Comet, 30 January 2004, p. 22

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