Carmen Raluca Stoian

Lecturer in International Business, University of Kent

Dr Carmen Stoian is a Lecturer in International Business at Kent Business School, University of Kent. She holds a PhD from the University of Kent.

Dr Stoian has published in various journals such as the International Business Review, the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Business Ethics: A European Review, the Journal of European Integration, the Journal of International Business and Economics, the International Journal of Economics and Business Research and the Global Business and Economics Anthology.

Dr Stoian acts as reviewer for several conferences and journals, including the Journal of World Business, Business Ethics: A European Review and the Journal of Business Ethics. Dr Stoian has contributed to a report on the European funding commissioned by the British Parliament.

How institutions affect international business and has employed institutional theory to examine the determinants of inward and outward foreign direct investment from Central and Eastern Europe.
Dr Stoian’s research interests are of a multidisciplinary nature and combine quantitative and qualitative approaches. Dr Stoian also works on investigating Corporate Social Responsibility practices in the UK as well as in emerging economies.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in International Business, University of Kent

Education

  • 2014 
    University of Kent, Ph.D. European Studies