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Dr Stephanie Slater

Honorary Senior Research Fellow

+44 (0)29 2087 6949
S28, Adeilad Aberconwy, Rhodfa Colum, Cathays, Caerdydd, CF10 3EU


2010-Present Associate Editor of the Journal of Marketing Management

Co-Guest Editor, with Andriopoulos., C. (2013), for the special issue: “Emerging perspectives in qualitative research in international marketing”, International Marketing Review.

Co-Guest Editor, with Paliwoda., S. (2009), for the special issue: “Globalisation and Regionalisation”,International Marketing Review.

Conference Organisation: Dr Slater has served as track chair for a number of international conferences organised by European Marketing Academy Conference (EMAC) and Academy of Marketing Science (AMS)

Editorial board member for:

  • Journal of Business Research
  • International Marketing Review

Ad-hoc journal reviewer for:

  • British Journal of Management
  • California Management Review
  • Journal of International Marketing
  • Journal of Business Research
  • International Business Review

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Appointed 2012 Academic Member of the ESRC Peer Review College (from 1st November 2012)

Member of the:

  • Academy of Marketing Science
  • British Academy of Management
  • European Marketing Academy Conference
















Teaching commitments

  • Global Marketing Strategy (MBA modular co-ordinator)
  • International Marketing (MSc Strategic Marketing modular co-ordinator)
  • International Marketing (MSc International Management, modular co-ordinator)
  • MSc project dissertations
  • MBA project dissertations
  • Doctoral supervision

Primary research interests

  • Asian management practice
  • Culture, erosion and change management
  • Social capital and workforce identity in Asia
  • Strategy, culture and Japanese management style
  • Power, leadership and collective societies

PhD supervision research interests

  • Leadership style and organisational performance
  • Distribution channel relationships
  • International strategies of Asian managers
  • Isomorphism theory
  • Leadership style and organizational performance
  • Social representation theory
  • The internationalization process and foreign market entry

Research projects

Dr Slater’s current projects address the following:

The changing face of Japanese management: This project focuses on exploring the way Japanese firms are adapting to competition from Asia, exploring new and old paradigms of work practice and management thinking.

Culture, power and strategy in Asia: This project explores the role that culture plays in informing strategic management decisions in Asia, comparing how culture, social capital, power and organisational change has occurred and is occurring in emerging and established economies.

Culture and relationships in supply chain management in Asia: This project explores the role that social capital plays in supply chain management, exploring the relationship strength of collective versus individualistic societies in developing effective supply chain management frameworks.

Strategy diffusion through leadership: The project explores CEOs as objects of corporate identity, critically analysing the management practices deployed for strategic buy-in and strategy diffusion in the workplace.

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