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Employee Profile

Linda Rademaker

Associate Professor - Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Biography

Linda Rademaker obtained a B.Sc. in International Business and a M.Sc. degree in Organization and Strategy from Tilburg University, the Netherlands, after which she joined the Ph.D. program in Management of the Center for Innovation Research and CentER Graduate School of Tilburg University. She was a visiting scholar at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University. In August 2015, Linda joined the department of Strategy at BI Norwegian Business School as an assistant professor.

Linda's research interests are in learning from alliances, internationalization, and emerging markets, with a special interest in the role of knowledge and learning in global strategies.

Publications

Grøgaard, Birgitte; Sartor, Michael A. & Rademaker, Linda (2022)

What merits greater scholarly attention in international business?

Journal of International Business Studies, s. 1508- 1518. Doi: 10.1057/s41267-022-00539-1 - Full text in research archive

Scholarly efforts to propose future directions for international business (IB) research have generated a timely and extensive inventory of potentially interesting areas of research. We supplement this line of inquiry by suggesting that an additional layer of scrutiny could be beneficial when advocating in favor of giving more attention to particular research realms. Specifically, we advance several guiding principles that will help IB scholars assess which research areas merit greater scholarly attention, based on their potential importance and impact. We distinguish between (1) research in new or underdeveloped research domains, where salience, urgency, and actionability are critical elements, and (2) new research in relatively well-established domains, where scholars may contribute to changing the theoretical conversations taking place in IB.

Kolbjørnsrud, Vegard & Rademaker, Cecilia H. Alijda (2019)

Automation and location choice in international operations

[Academic lecture]. Frontiers in International Business 2019.

Kolbjørnsrud, Vegard & Rademaker, Cecilia H. Alijda (2019)

Automation and location choice in international operations

[Academic lecture]. Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting.

Academic Degrees
Year Academic Department Degree
NA Tilburg University MSc in Organization and Strategy
NA Tilburg University BSc in Business
2016 Tilburg University PhD
Work Experience
Year Employer Job Title
2020 - Present BI Norwegian Business School Associate professor
2016 - 2020 BI Norwegian Business School Assistant Professor
2015 - 2016 BI Norwegian Business School Lecturer