Dr. Sharif Rasel is a Lecturer of international business at Flinders University. Prior to joining Flinders University, Sharif held positions at Monash Business School in Melbourne, Ministry of Public Administration in Bangladesh and Wageningen Economic Research (LEI) in the Netherlands.
Before joining Flinders University in December 2019, Sharif taught international business and strategy at Monash Business School for six years. He received commendations for outstanding teaching performance from the Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice President (Education), Monash University.
Sharif received his PhD from Monash University in 2017. Situated within the contemporary theoretical debates in international business literature, his Ph.D. thesis examined within-country location decision strategies of international firms using a multi-disciplinary approach that is grounded in the fields of international business and economic geography. Sharif obtained his BSc in Economics (First Class with Second Place in order of merit) from Jahangirnagar University in Bangladesh and MSc in International Development Studies (with distinction) from Wageningen University in the Netherlands.
Sharif's research interests are at the intersection of international business, strategy and economic geography specialising in location choice strategy, reshoring of businesses, effects of locational factors on performance and global city effect in international business.
PhD in International Business from Monash University, Australia
MSc in International Development Studies from Wageningen University, Netherlands
BSc and MSc in Economics from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh
Monash Graduate Scholarship (MGS) and Monash International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (MIPRS): 2013-2017
NFP-AP Fellowship in the Netherlands: 2009-2011
Regional Studies Association (RSA)
Country Co-Investigator for Bangladesh, GLOBE 2020 (Global Leadership & Organizational Behavior Effectiveness) Project
Co-Investigator, 'Evaluating the resilience of women during COVID-19 pandemic in India: An empirical analysis' - World Vision India, Monash University Australia, Flinders University Australia and IIM Udaipur India
Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA)
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