Dr Goudarz Azar is a Senior Lecturer in international business and senior tutor at the Brunel Business School. Goudarz Azar is a fellow of Higher Education Academy (HEA). His research draws on multiple disciplines including international business, international marketing and innovation management. He joined Brunel Business School in 2015. Prior to joining Brunel, he was a research fellow at the department of economics of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala, Sweden. He has a PhD in international business and a Master degree in business administration from SLU (Sweden). His research has been published in journals such as International Business Review, Management International Review, Journal of Business Research, European Business Review and Cross Cultural Management (currently published as Cross Cultural & Strategic Management). He is a member of the editorial review board of the European Journal of International Management and active reviewer for a wide range of journals in the area of international business and innovation.
Goudarz Azar is a senior tutor at the Brunel Business School and chair the extenuating circumstances panel for level 3 and 5.
Newest selected publications
Li, XIAOQING., Quan, R., Stoian, MC. and Azar, G. (2018) 'Do MNEs from developed and emerging economies differ in their location choice of FDI? A 36-year review'. International Business Review, 27 (5). pp. 1089 - 1103. ISSN: 0969-5931 Open Access Link
Batsakis, G., Wood, G., Azar, G. and Singh, S. (2018) 'International diversification and firm performance in the post-acquisition period: A resource dependence perspective'. Journal of Business Research, 93 (December). pp. 151 - 159. ISSN: 0148-2963 Open Access Link
Hansson, H., Lagerkvist, CJ. and Azar, G. (2018) 'Use and non-use values as motivational construct dimensions for farm animal welfare- impacts on the economic outcome for the farm'. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience. pp. 1 - 9. ISSN: 1751-7311
Azar, G. and Drogendijk, R. (2018) 'EX-POST PERFORMANCE IMPLICATIONS OF DIVERGENCE OF MANAGERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF “DISTANCE” FROM “REALITY” IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS'. Management International Review. ISSN: 1861-8901 Open Access Link
Geng, R., Yen, D. and Azar, G. (2017) 'The contingent effects institutional forces on the adoption of green customer cooperation practices in China'.Production and Operations Management (POMS). Houston, Texas, U.S.A. [unpublished]