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Associate Professor Jacob Wood

Associate Professor Jacob Wood

Associate Professor Jacob Wood

Associate Dean of Research (Business, IT, Science) | Director, Centre for International Trade and Business in Asia (CITBA)


Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Sogang University,
  • Master of Management (Banking), Massey University,
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Management), Bachelor Tourism, Otago University

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Biography

Dr. Jacob Wood is currently the Associate Dean of Research (ADR) for the College of Business, Law and Governance in JCU Australia and the ADR for Business, IT, and Science in JCU Singapore. In addition to this, he is also the Director of the Centre for International Trade and Business in Asia (CITBA) and an Associate Professor of International Business at JCU Singapore. With a PhD in International Studies majoring in International Trade, Dr. Wood has more than 10 year’s experience working in South Korea where he has held roles as an Assistant Professor at Korea University of Technology and Education and then more recently as an Assistant Professor of Asia Business at Chungnam National University.

Dr. Wood specializes in the fields of international trade negotiation and the effect of non-tariff barriers on international trade flows. In addition to this, he published a series of international business studies on financial performance and social business adoption. He also has an interest in employee engagement and the important role it plays within a HRM context. His research has been published in a range of prominent international journal publications including the Journal of Cleaner Production, Transportation Research. Part D: Transport & Environment, Risk Management, World Economy, World Trade, Singapore Economic Review, Sustainability, Scientometrics, and the Journal of Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, amongst others.

Research Interests

Transportation economics, international trade and logistics, economic development