Eliane Choquette

Staff portrait: Eliane Choquette

What is your background?
I have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a major in Finance from HEC Montreal and I graduated as MSc in International Economic Consulting from AU. I did my PhD in International Business, at AU as well. 

What are your main areas of research?
My research revolves around the behavior and performance of firms in international markets. I have spent the last few years working on the role of knowledge in the internationalization process of firms.  

What research projects are you working on at the moment?
I am working on a paper investigating the performance implications of early and intensive internationalization of start-ups (with researchers from AU and University of Passau). I have also started some research collaborations on the topics of offshoring and location decisions.  

What are you involved in teaching-wise at the moment?
I am involved in an International Business course for master students in the Finance and International Business line (MSc FIB) and I am teaching Project Evaluation and Sustainability (HA). I am also supervising several bachelor projects. 

Are you planning to take part in any conferences or the like abroad in the near future?
Not in the near future. 

Have you had any visitors from abroad recently?
No.

Are you cooperating with researchers from other departments at AU at the moment?
Yes, I am collaborating with researchers at the Department of Business Administration. 

What do you do when you are not at work?
I have an interest for interior design, which I spend a considerable part of my free-time on, and I enjoy running. 

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