Professor of International Business
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 – ext: 5647
Peter Enderwick is a specialist in the field of international business. He holds a BA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Lancaster and MBA and PhD from Bradford Management Centre in England. He has been an educator since 1978. Until 1988 he was lecturer in Economics at the Queen’s University of Belfast. Between 1988 and 2004 he was Professor of International Management at the University of Waikato, Hamilton. He has held visiting positions at the University of Bradford Management Centre and the Helsinki School of Economics and Business, Finland, the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Thammasat Business School, Bangkok, and the Centre for International Business, University of Leeds, in the UK. He has taught in many parts of Asia including Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Thailand and China. He is academic consultant in international business to the Open University of Hong Kong. He has taught at every level from first year undergraduate to PhD and DBA programmes, and also has extensive experience with executive education.
His research interests are in globalization and labour, large emerging markets, particularly China and India, and the competitiveness of global factory systems. He is the author of ten books and numerous book chapters and articles in professional journals. His latest book, International Business, (with Peter J. Buckley and Adam Cross) was published by Oxford University Press. He serves on the editorial boards of a number of journals including the International Business Review and The International Journal of Emerging Markets. He has undertaken consultancy for the United Nations, the American Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand and the New Zealand Treasury. He is a member of the Academy of International Business and a founding member of ANZIBA (Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy.
He joined AUT in late 2004.
Expertise in Degree and Postgraduate Teaching
Interests in Research Supervision
I am involved in a range of topics both conceptual and empirical covering FDI, Global Factory systems, doing business in emerging markets, and the 'dark sides' of international business including transnational crime.