Anna Earl

Senior LecturerAnna Earl

Postgraduate Coordinator (Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship)
Meremere 226
Internal Phone: 90289


Research Interests

My key research interests include relationships between multinational enterprises and governments, as well as how MNEs from emerging economies deal with institutional complexity and manage change. My recent research projects include development of rural entrepreneurial ecosystems and ethics in research, academia and organizations. In particular, I am interested in ethical leadership and how it shaped global business environment. I am also interested in methodological issues in conducting qualitative research in emerging and developed economies.

Recent Publications

  • Earl A. and Hall CM. (2021) Institutional Theory in Tourism and Hospitality. Routledge. 150.
  • Earl A. (2022) “Your westernized habits”: contextual nuances of qualitative research in Russia. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal 17(1): 1-19.
  • Earl A. and Haar J. (2022) Creating a culturally safe workplace. Human Resources Magazine 27(2): 50-51.
  • Earl A. and Rose E. (2022) Guest editorial. Review of International Business and Strategy 32(1): 1-9.
  • Earl A., Michailova S. and Stringer C. (2022) How Russian MNEs navigate institutional complexity at home. International Journal of Emerging Markets