His primary scientific interests are in Human resource management, Economic system, Capitalism, Market economy and Business system planning. His Human resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Multinational corporation, Best practice, Organizational performance and Emerging markets. His Economic system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Empirical evidence, Stakeholder theory, Production and Environmental economics.
His research integrates issues of Vulnerability, Economic geography and Institutional failure in his study of Capitalism. His work in Market economy tackles topics such as Consumption which are related to areas like Politics. His research in Business system planning intersects with topics in Capitalist system, Neoclassical economics and Process.
Geoffrey Wood spends much of his time researching Political economy, Monetary economics, Human resource management, Industrial relations and Politics. Much of his study explores Political economy relationship to Democracy. Monetary policy, Interest rate, Inflation and Exchange rate are the primary areas of interest in his Monetary economics study.
His research on Human resource management frequently links to adjacent areas such as Multinational corporation. His studies in Industrial relations integrate themes in fields like Corporate governance, Economic system and Capitalism.
His main research concerns Human resource management, Emerging markets, Multinational corporation, Corporate governance and Institutional theory. Geoffrey Wood undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Human resource management and Complementarity in his work. The Emerging markets study combines topics in areas such as Economic geography, China, Industrial organization, Institutional analysis and Market economy.
The concepts of his Multinational corporation study are interwoven with issues in Field and Senior management. His Institutional theory research incorporates themes from Industrial relations, Business system planning and Principal–agent problem. His Industrial relations research integrates issues from Economic system and Labour economics.
Geoffrey Wood mostly deals with Human resource management, Emerging markets, Marketing, Multinational corporation and International business. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Obstacle, State and Expatriate. His State research includes elements of Industrial relations, State capitalism, Economic growth and Empirical research.
Geoffrey Wood focuses mostly in the field of Emerging markets, narrowing it down to topics relating to Ambidexterity and, in certain cases, Asset, Loyalty, Management and Construct. His Multinational corporation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developing country, Industrial organization, Field and Demographic economics. The concepts of his International business study are interwoven with issues in Populism, Right wing, Development economics, Entrepreneurship and Brexit.
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The Determinants Of European Bank Profitability
Christos K. Staikouras;Geoffrey E. Wood.
International Business & Economics Research Journal (IBER) (2011)
Gold as a hedge against the dollar
Forrest Capie;Terence C. Mills;Geoffrey Wood.
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (2005)
Human resource management : A critical approach
David G. Collings;Geoffrey T. Wood.
Similarity, isomorphism or duality? Recent survey evidence on the human resource management policies of multinational corporations
Chris Brewster;Geoffrey Wood;Michael Brookes.
British Journal of Management (2008)
Defining and achieving financial stability
William A. Allen;Geoffrey Wood.
Journal of Financial Stability (2006)
Non-interest income and total income stability
Rosie Smith;Christos Staikouras;Geoffrey Wood.
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Corporate governance and firm performance in emerging markets: Evidence from Turkey
Ilhan Ciftci;Ekrem Tatoglu;Geoffrey Wood;Mehmet Demirbag.
International Business Review (2019)
Capitalist diversity and diversity within capitalism
Christel Lane;Geoffrey T. Wood.
Economy and Society (2009)
The institutional basis of economic failure: anatomy of the segmented business system
Geoffrey Wood;Jędrzej George Frynas.
Socio-economic Review (2006)
Collective and individual voice: convergence in Europe?
Chris Brewster;Richard Croucher;Geoffrey T. Wood;Michael Brookes.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2007)
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