Alex de Ruyter

Professor and Director, Centre for Brexit Studies · Birmingham City University

Alex de Ruyter's main research interests are in labour markets, globalisation, Brexit and economic development

Exonomic Development Labour Markets Brexit Globalisation

Heidi Tworek

Assistant Professor of History · University of British Columbia

Professor Tworek's current research focuses on communications, international organizations, history, and transatlantic relations.

News and Media International Relations International Organizations Legal History Germany and Europe

Elizabeth Lyons

Assistant Professor · UC San Diego

Her research focuses on the intersection between technology and innovation strategy, international management, and organizational economics.

Innovation Strategy Coronavirus Future Of Telecommuting Telecommuting Best Practices Technology

Fei Gao

Assistant Professor of Decision and Information Technologies · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Fei Gao is an expert in omnichannel operations management, marketing-operations interface and socially responsible operations management.

Operations Management Omnichannel Operations Management Social Responsibility

Alina Lerman

Assistant Professor of Business · University of Connecticut

Alina Lerman is an expert in the role of accounting information in capital markets, investor sophistication, and corporate reporting.

Corporate Regulation Economics Accounting Investment Forensic Accounting

Wenyu Wang

Associate Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Wang specializes in corporate control and restructuring, corporate governance and macro finance.

Model Estimation Corporate Control and Restructuring Corporate Governance

Angelos Keromytis

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

Angelos Keromytis is an expert in systems and network security, and applied cryptography.

Computer and Network Security Privacy Software Security Network Security Cryptography Software

Andrea Paras

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science · University of Guelph

Professor Andrea Paras specialises in the ethics of international humanitarianism, with a special interest in religion and politics.

Humanitarian Assistance Human Rights International Development International Affairs Religion Politics & Culture

Lauren McMillan

Assistant Professor · University of Mary Washington

Lauren McMillan is the University of Mary Washington's resident historical archaeologist and an expert on middle-Atlantic American history.

African Disapora Archaeology Archaeology Anthropology Historical Archaeology

Dr Graeme Hayes

Reader in Sociology and Policy · Aston University

His research focuses on environmental protest movements, climate change, direct action, civil disobedience & criminal trials of activists.

Social Transformation Disobedience Climate Change Contemporary Social Movements Direct Action

Allyson Stewart-Allen

Founder, CEO · International Marketing Partners Ltd.

Allyson Stewart-Allen is a renowned marketer, whose expertise in brand internationalisation is sought by leading businesses globally.

Business Disruptors Marketing Knowledge Strategic Advice Cultural Intelligence & Intercultural Competence International Market Research

Bryan W. Brooks, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor, Environmental Science and Biomedical Studies; Director of Environmental Health Science · Baylor University

Dr. Brooks examines water quality, environmental health & contaminants, and sustainability issues, particularly in rapidly urbanizing areas.

Contaminants of Emerging Concern Harmful Algal Blooms Urbanization Sustainability Issues Environmental Contaminants

Jacquelyn Micieli-Voutsinas

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Jacque Micieli-Voutsinas is a critical museum studies scholar with expertise on 9/11 memory and landscapes of terrorism, broadly defined.

Post-9/11 Heritage Debates Museum Studies Memory and Geopolitics 9/11 Memorial Landscapes Cultural Heritage at Sites of Terrorism

Ethan Segal

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

Japanese history, politics, foreign relations, society, social issues, earthquakes & tsunami, food, film and pop culture, women and gender.

Japan Constitution Ancient History (Japan) Tsunami Earthquakes Japanese History East Asia

Aaron Hill

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Aaron Hill's research focuses on strategic leadership and governance of executives and politicians.

Firm-Political Interface (campaign contributions, lobbying, stock investments) Boards of Directors Executive Compensation Ceos Executives

Karen Hamberg

Vice President, Strategy · Westport Fuel Systems

Clean-technology and clean transportation executive

Clean Tech Alternative Fuels for Transportation Clean Fuels Policy Decarbonizing the Transportation Sector Heavy-Duty Transportation

Thomas Smith

Professor in the Practice of Finance · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Cultural Economics Economics of the Arts Economics of Sports Economics of Religion Urban and Real Estate Economics

Marc Clauson, Ph.D.

Professor of History and Law · Cedarville University

Specializes in Legal topics, Constitutional law cases, Policy issues (e. g., health care, environment, etc.), Political philosophy

Legal Topics Constitutional Law Cases Policy Issues Political Philosophy Economic Philosophy

Robert Novy-Marx

Lori and Alan S. Zekelman Distinguished Professor of Finance · University of Rochester

Robert Novy-Marx is an award-winning expert on empirical asset pricing, empirical methods, and public finance.

Public Finance Empirical Asset Pricing Empirical Methods

Natalie Munro, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology · University of Connecticut

Professor Munro focuses on the origin of feasting and animal domestication, and the transition from foraging to farming in human evolution

Farming Evolution