Faculty & Research
People in International Business
Howard Gospel has a long association with the University of Oxford, having been an undergraduate at St Catherine's College and an early staff member in the School of Management and a Fellow of Pembroke College.
Dr Lalit Johri is a Senior Fellow in International Business and the Director of the Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
Akshay Mangla is an Associate Professor in International Business and a Research Fellow at Green Templeton College. His primary expertise lies in the comparative political economy of developing countries, with a regional specialisation in South Asia.
Mari Sako’s most recent work has focused on business and professional services and on outsourcing. Her work on business services in the UK has attracted the interest of UK policy makers.
Hiram Samel is an Associate Professor of International Business and a Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall. His research draws on multiple disciplines including comparative political economy, technology strategy, the economics of innovation and labour studies.
Marc Szepan is a Lecturer in International Business. His areas of expertise include strategic management of global businesses, leadership of technology-intensive and digital businesses, the aviation industry, safety management, and business in China.
Eric Thun is the Peter Moores Associate Professor in Chinese Business Studies at Saїd Business School and a Fellow of Brasenose College. His primary areas of expertise are business in China and international business. His research focuses on the dynamics of competition in emerging markets.