Dr Andrew Nadolny
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Newcastle Business School
The University of Newcastle, Australia
|Office||SRS2.40, Social Sciences Building|
Since joining the University in 2005, Andrew has been involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the areas of microeconomics, macroeconomics, managerial economics, international trade and finance, and international business. His teaching practice is underpinned by a philosophy to develop students who are informed, critical and creative thinkers who exercise their decisions in an ethical manner. He is also involved in postgraduate research supervision, with his third Doctor of Business Administration candidate due for completion in December 2009
- PhD, University of Melbourne, 2005
- Business networks
- Government policy
Investigating how business networks and government policy influence the competitiveness for firms, in particular within the context of Australian exporters
Investigating the competitive factors and challenges for developing environmental technology industries, particularly with respect to regional development and local employment opportunities.
Developing improved theoretical frameworks that combine concepts of microeconomic theory and strategy to explain the competitiveness of firms.
Fields of Research