CURRICULUM VITAE

Qualification

  • 2014 : Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR) - Université de Montpellier - Montpellier
  • 2001 : Master of International Relations - University of Kent - Bruxelles
  • 1995 : PhD - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester
  • 1989 : Bachelor of Arts in Clothing Studies - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester

Teaching Experience

  • 2007 : Professor of International Business - Toulouse Business School - Toulouse

Management Duties

  • 2008 - 2016 : Head of Teaching in International Business for the Bachelor Program - Toulouse Business School Toulouse
PUBLICATIONS
    • CURRAN, L. - "Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches : "L'intégration du rôle des institutions dans l'analyse des réseaux de production des entreprises multinationales"" - 2013, Montpellier, France

    • CURRAN, L. - "Phd : "The Development of Fashion in the Single European Market and the Implications for the Sourcing of Clothing"" - 1995

    • CURRAN, L., J. ECKHARDT, J. LEE, "The trade policy response to COVID-19 and its implications for international business", Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2021 [cnrs: 4, fnege: 4]

      Get more info
    • LV, P., L. CURRAN, F. SPIGARELLI, E. BARBIERI, "One country, many industries: Heterogeneity of Chinese OFDI motivations at meso level", China Economic Review, 2021, vol. 69 [cnrs: 2]

      Get more info
    • NG, L. K., L. CURRAN, "Evolving existence of assets and liabilities of foreignness", Journal of Strategy and Management, 2020, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 72-90

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., J. ECKHARDT, "Mobilizing Against the Antiglobalization Backlash: An Integrated Framework for Corporate Nonmarket Strategy", Business and Politics, 2020, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 612-638 [cnrs: 3]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., K. NADVI, L. CAMPLING, "The influence of tariff regimes on global production networks (GPNs)", Journal of Economic Geography, 2019, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 873-895 [cnrs: 1]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., J. ECKHARDT, "Influencing trade policy in a multi-level system—understanding corporate political activity in the context of global value chains and regime complexity", Business and Politics, 2018, vol. 20, N° 1, pp. 132-164 [cnrs: 3]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., L. K. NG, "Running out of steam on emerging markets? The limits of MNE firm-specific advantages in China", Multinational Business Review, 2018, vol. 26(3), pp. 207-224 [cnrs: 4, fnege: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., J. ECKHARDT, "Smoke screen? The globalization of production, transnational lobbying and the international political economy of plain tobacco packaging", Review of International Political Economy, 2017, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 87-118 [cnrs: 2]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., P. LV, F. SPIGARELLI, "Chinese investment in the EU renewable energy sector: Motives, synergies and policy implications", Energy Policy, 2017, vol. 101, pp. 670-682 [cnrs: 2]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., P. LV, F. SPIGARELLI, "More heat than light? Renewable energy policy and EU–China solar energy relations", International Journal of Ambient Energy, September 2017, vol. 38, no. 5, pp. 471-480

      Get more info
    • KOLK, A., L. CURRAN, "Contesting a Place in the Sun: On Ideologies in Foreign Markets and Liabilities of Origin", Journal of Business Ethics, October 2017, vol. 142, no. 4, pp. 697-717 [cnrs: 2, fnege: 2]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., A. MAIZA, "Here There Be Dragons? Analysis of the Consequences of Granting Market Economy Status to China", Journal of World Trade, December 2016, vol. 50, no. Issue 6, pp. 1029–1059 [cnrs: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., M. THORPE, "Chinese FDI in the French and Australian Wine Industries: Liabilities of Foreigness and Cournty of Origin Effects", Frontiers of Business Research in China, October 2015, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 443-480

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "The impact of trade policy on global production networks: the solar panel case", Review of International Political Economy, March 2015, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 1025-1054 [cnrs: 2]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Shifting trade preferences and value chain impacts in the Bangladesh textiles and garment industry", Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, July 2015, vol. 8(3), pp. 459-474

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., W. THORPE, "Technology and international orientation: sectoral differences in home-region orientation", Multinational Business Review, April 2013, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 25-44 [cnrs: 4, fnege: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Regional integration of trade in south america: how far has it progressed and in which sectors ?", International Trade Journal, January 2013, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 3-35 [cnrs: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Does the home-region bias of international business vary by industry? An analysis of trade data by type of product", Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2012, vol. Vol 8, no. N°3, pp. 203-224 [fnege: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Trade in East Asia in ASEAN +3: Structure and dynamics of intermediates and final-goods trading activity by technology", Asia Pacific Business Review, February 2012, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 373-389 [fnege: 3]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "EU enlargement and the evolution of European production networks", Research in International Business and Finance, May 2012, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 240-257 [fnege: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Intermediate products and the regionalization of trade", Multinational Business Review, April 2011, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 6-25

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "The financial crisis and trade - key impacts, interactions and outcomes", Thunderbird International Business Review, March 2011, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 115-128

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "The potential impacts of Border Tax adjustments on imports of energy-intensive goods in the EU and USA markets", International Journal of Sustainable Society, April 2010, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 265-290

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "The financial crisis : impact on key clothing markets and suppliers", Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, October 2010, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 530-545

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "How regional is the supply chain in the new EU? An analysis of the effect of enlargement on EU trade in intermediate products", Multinational Business Review, March 2010, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 25-50

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "EU trade defence actions against China and their impacts - the cases of textiles and footwear", Journal of World Trade, December 2009, vol. 43, no. 6, pp. 1281-1297 [cnrs: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "The impact of the Crisis on EU Competitiveness in International Trade", Intereconomics, September 2009, vol. 44, no. 5, pp. 264-293

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "The EU clothing market in 2008 - Opening the floodgates?", Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, July 2009, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 305-310

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., L. NILSSON, D. BREW, "The economic partnership agreements: rationale, misperceptions and non-trade aspects", Development Policy Review, September 2008, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 529-553 [cnrs: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., L. NILSSON, G. FRONTINI, "Assessing the scope for preference erosion on the EU market: a pragmatic approach", Global Trade and Customs Journal, May 2008, vol. 2, no. 10, pp. 347-358

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Forecasting the trade outcomes of liberalization in a quota context - What do we learn from changes in textiles trade after the ATC?", Journal of World Trade, April 2008, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 129-150 [cnrs: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Les objectifs du millénaire pour le développement : le verre est-il moitié vide ou moitié plein?", Techniques financières et développement, June 2008, no. 91, pp. 39-52

    • CURRAN, L., "Unpicking the textiles trade - The impact of liberalization on the global textiles sector", Global Trade and Customs Journal, July 2008, vol. 3, no. 7/8, pp. 261-274

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Non-Market Strategy for a ‘Globo-Skeptic’ World" in Conférence AIB - Entrepreneuership and innovation in Emerging Markets, Copenhague, 23-27 juin, 2019

    • CURRAN, L., "Non-Market Strategic Responses of Trade Dependent Companies to Rising Trade Protectionism" in Workshop on Multinational Corporations and the Politics of International Trade , Robert Schuman Center at the European University Institute , 23-23 avril, 2019, Florence

    • CURRAN, L., "Trade negotiations with Australia and New Zealand" in Workshop in European Parliament on "Free Trade agreements with Australia and New Zealand", 29 janvier, 2019, Bruxelles

    • CURRAN, L., E. JAPPE, "Strategic Responses of Trade-Dependent firms to rising Trade Protectionism" in Würzburg International Business Forum International Business Conference (WIBF-IBC) , 24-25/05/2018, 2018

    • CURRAN, L., "Revising trade policy for a globo-skeptic age – An exploration of EU policy options." in Global policies and EU free trade policy conference, 10-11 décembre, 2018, Bruxelles

    • CURRAN, L., K. NADVI, L. CAMPLING, "The effect of trade regimes on GVCs" in ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops Nottingham, 25-20 April 2017, Workshop ECPR (European Consortium for political Research), 2017, Nottingham, Great Britain

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "The impact of Brexit on Global Value Chains and their governance. Implications of Brexit: Navigating the Evolving Free Trade Agreement Landscape" in GIFTA Special Workshop in Partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat London, UK, February 6 – 7, 2017, GIFTA: Governance and Economic Integration through Free Trade Agreements, 2017

    • CURRAN, L., "Rising Powers, Trade Agreements and Global Governance: The EU-India FTA – a dance without music?" in Conference ESRC Manchester 18-21 juin 17, Conference ESRC, 2017

    • CURRAN, L., "Rising Powers, Trade Agreements and Global Governance: The EU-India FTA – a Dance without Music?" in 39th annual conference Lyon, 29 /06-01/07/2017, SASE, 2017

    • CURRAN, L., E. JAPPE , "FIRMS LEVEL RESPONSES TO PROTECTIONISM : COUNTERING ANTI-GLOBALISATION SENTIMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED NON-MARKET STRATEGIES" in 4th Workshop on Business Ethics EIASM, Bruxelles, 09-10/11/2017, 2017

    • CURRAN, L., "The impact of liberalizing preferential rules of origin on trade and upgrading in the clothing industry: A review of the evidence" in Congrès ETSG, September, 2015, Paris, France

    • CURRAN, L., "The impact of liberalizing preferential rules of origin on trade and upgrading in the clothing industry: A review of the evidence" in 27th Annual Meeting SASE, July, 2015, Londres, Great Britain

    • CURRAN, L., M. THORPE, "Whose terroir is it anyway? Comparing Chinese FDI in the French and Australian wine sector" in Conference Developments in Economic Theory & Policy, 2014, Bilbao, Spain

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., M. THORPE, "Chinese FDI in the French and Australian wine industries: Liabilities of foreignness, assets of foreignness and interactions with host country institutions" in AIBNE, 2014, Beijing et Tianjin, China (PRC)

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "How emerging country MNEs (EMNEs) address the liability of foreignness: The Solar Panel Case" in AIBNE, 2014, Beijing et Tianjin, China (PRC)

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Chinese MNEs between liability of foreignness and liability of origin: The Solar Panel Case" in Conference Developments in Economic theory & policy, 2014, Bilbao, Spain

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Multinational companies, trade policy and global production networks. The solar panal case" in 7th China Goes Global Conference, September, 2013, Brême, Germany

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., K. NADVI, "Global value chains and trade policy: changes in European Union rules of origin and their impacts on Bangladesh's garment sector" in SASE 25th Annual Conference, June, 2013, Milan, Italy

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Multinational companies, Trade Policy and Global Value Chains: The Solar panel case" in Reading International Business Conference, April, 2013, Henley, Great Britain

      Get more info
    • BARRON, A., L. CURRAN, "Political Corporate Social Responsibility in the European Union Context - The Case of the Transparency Initiative’" in 25th SASE Annual Conference, University of Milan, 27-29/06/2013, 2013

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., W. THORPE, "Technology level and trade structures - Exploring sectoral differences in internationalization levels" in AIBSE, October, 2012, Fort Lauderdale - Floride, United States of America

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "How does technology orientation impact on the internationalization or regionalisation of business?" in SASE 24th Annual Conference, June, 2012, Boston, United States of America

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Comparison of X culture with other international business simulations" in AIBSE, October, 2012, Fort Lauderdale - Floride, United States of America

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "EU-China trade relations, the crisis and global value chains - the Solar panel case" in AIBSE, October, 2012, Fort Lauderdale - Floride, United States of America

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Does the home-region bias of international business vary by industry? An analysis of trade data by type of product" in Critical perspectives on international business, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 203-224, 2012

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Enlargement and Trade - trade patterns in the new EU" in International workshop on recent issues in european economic integration and EU enlargement, June, 2011, Bruxelles, Belgium

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Trade in East Asia : An analysis of the structure and dynamics of intermediates and final goods trade by technology" in AIBUKI, 2011, Edimburgh, Great Britain

    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Key developments in the regionalisation of trade: an analysis of intermediate products" in The Academy of International Business (UK and Irish chapter), April, 2010, Dublin, Ireland

    • CURRAN, L., "Carbon taxing imports - Can the North reduce global warming while avoiding negative economic implications for hte South?" in 3rd Gres Development Conference on "Sustainable Development", June, 2009, Bordeaux, France

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "How regional is the supply chain in the new EU? an analysis of the effect of enlargement on EU trade in intermediate products" in International Business Research Seminar, September, 2009, Saint Louis, United States of America

    • CURRAN, L., "Carbon taxing imports - green - washing protectionism or levelling the playing field?" in SGBED Conference - striving for competitive advantage & sustainability: new challenges of globalization, May, 2009, Bratislava, Slovakia

    • CURRAN, L., S. ZIGNAGO, "Is there a new international division of labour? Evidence from the EU 1995-2005" in Conference of the UK Ireland Chapter of the Association of International Business, April, 2009, Glasgow, Great Britain

    • CURRAN, L., "Chasing the dragon. The emerging EU china relationship and its impact on business" in Conference in Haward: China goes global, 2008, Boston, Great Britain

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Unravelling the textiles trade: how accurate were GTAP models in predicting the impact of the end of the MFA?" in 11th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, June, 2008, Helsinki, Finland

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., L. NILSSON, D. BREW, "The economic partnership agreements, rationale, misperceptions and non-trade apects" in 2nd African Economic Conference, 2007, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    • CURRAN, L., L. NILSSON, D. BREW, "The economic partnership agreements, rationale, misperceptions and non-trade apects" in European Trade Study Group Conference 2007, 2007, Athènes, Greece

    • SPIGARELLI, F., L. CURRAN, A. ARTECONI, China and Europe's Partnership for a More Sustainable World, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., J. ECKHARDT, "EU Trade Policy in a Trade-Skeptic Context" in Global Politics and EU Trade Policy., Wolfgang Weiß, Cornelia Furculita Eds, Springer International Publishing, pp. 139-161, 2020

      Get more info
    • STOLIN, D., L. CURRAN, A. FRACCARO, J. GRANDHOMME, E. GRAY, G. PRASEUTH, K. SANTRISSE, R. SKRIPNIK, M. ZAGONOV, "Injecting Humor into Educational Videos: How a Business School Collaborated with a Stand-up Comedian" in 6th e-Learning Excellence Awards 2020: An Anthology of Case Histories., Ed., Academic Bookshop, 2020

      Get more info
    • ECKHARDT, J., L. CURRAN, "Corporate Strategy in Times of Anti-Trade Sentiment" in The Shifting Landscape of Global Trade Governance., Manfred Elsig, Michael Hahn, Gabriele Spilker Eds, Cambridge University Press, chap. 3, pp. 48-72, 2019

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., M. THORPE, "Chinese Foreign Investment in Wine Production" in The Wine Value Chain in China., Chandos Publishing, vol. 1st edition, chap. Part IV - Chapter 13, pp. 209-227, 2017

      Get more info
    • KENG NG, L., L. CURRAN, "The Liability of Foreignness of EU Environmental Protection Companies in China: Manifestations and Mitigating Strategies" in China and Europe's Partnership for a More Sustainable World: Challenges and Opportunities., Ed., Emerald Group Publishing Limited, chap. 4, pp. 59-75, 2016

    • CURRAN, L., "Chinese Foreign Investment in Wine Production : A Comparative Study of the Bordeaux Region in France and Western Australia" in The Wine Value Chain in China., Ed., The Wine Value Chain in China, vol. 1st edition, chap. Part IV - Chapter 13, 2016

    • CURRAN, L., "Trade Policy and Its Implications for Sourcing Fashion Goods" in Handbook of Research on Global Fashion Management and Merchandising., Alessandra Vecchi, Chitra Buckley Eds, Business Science Reference, pp. 134-155, 2016

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "The changing governance of international trade and implications for business" in Handbook on the geopolitics of business., Joseph Mark S. Munoz Ed., chap. chapitre 1, pp. 9-20, 2013

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Doha Round" in Encyclopedia of Business in Today's world., Wankel, Charles Eds, pp. 526-527, 2009

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Cotonou Agreement" in Encyclopedia of Business in Today's world., Wankel, Charles Eds, pp. 422-423, 2009

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., "Chasing the dragon - The emerging EU - China Relationship and its implications for business" in China rules., Alan Ilon Ed., pp. 192-215, 2009

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., J. ECKHARDT, "Why COVID-19 Will Not Lead to Major Restructuring of Global Value Chains", Management and Organization Review, 2021, pp. 1-5 [cnrs: 3, fnege: 3]

      Get more info
    • DÖRRENBÄCHER, C., R. R. SINKOVICS, F. BECKER-RITTERSPACH, M. BOUSSEBAA, L. CURRAN, A. DE JONGE, Z. KHAN, "The Covid-19 pandemic: towards a societally engaged IB perspective", Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2021 [cnrs: 4, fnege: 4]

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L., E. JAPPE - "The UK wants to join a Pacific trade deal : why that might not be a risk worth taking" - 2021, The Conversation, France

      Get more info
    • CURRAN, L. - "Une comparaison de l’investissement chinois dans les industries du vin français et australien" - 2018, TBSearch

    • CURRAN, L. - "L’impact du Brexit sur les régimes commerciaux et les chaînes de valeur mondiales" - 2017, TBSearch

    • CURRAN, L. - "Le brexit" - 2017, Tbscope

    • CURRAN, L. - "A comparison of Chinese investment in the French and Anstralian Wine Industries" - 2016, TBSearch

    • CURRAN, L. - "L'investissement chinois dans le vin" - 2016, TBSearch

    • CURRAN, L., E. JAPPE , "A fairer trade policy for a post COVID world" Fair Trade International Symposium on-line panel, 10 & 11 June 2020 (online). 2020

    • CURRAN, L., "Rapport d'activité : Partnering Opportunities between Europe and China in the Renewable Energies and Environmental industries; Projet : Poreen, Marie Curie Actions, European Commission", 2016

    • CURRAN, L. - "EU-China trade relations - the Solar Panel dumping case!" - 2016, The New Global Marketing

      Get more info
    • 2016 Best Reviewer Award for the conference China Goes Global Chinese Globalization Association
    • 2021 Research Fellowship Curtin University
    • 2007 Outstanding Paper Award for the Best Paper in the Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management for "Clothing’s big bang - the impact of the end of the ATC on developing country clothing suppliers" Emerald
EXPERTISE
    • International Trade
    • International Business Strategy
    • Global Value Chains
    • International Trade
    • International Political Economy
    • International Business Strategy
      • 1995 - 2007 : Analyst - European Commission

Latest video

How will Covid-19 impact international trade policies?

®FNEGE

As COVID-19 has spread across the world it has had major impacts on supply chains. It is reasonable to assume that the impact on trade flows may be even greater than that for the GFC in 2009, where world trade fell by over 20%. Most of this is an entirely natural result of the closure of many production structures around the world. However, some trade impacts are the direct result of trade policy interventions by governments, which presage a more major and long-term impact from the current crisis.


Latest mainstream press articles

A Comparison of Chinese investment in the French and Australian Wine Industries

[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Louise Curran[/su_pullquote] In this paper, written with Michael Thorpe of Curtin University in Australia, we explore the recent evolution of Chinese investment in the wine industries in the Bordeaux region of France and compare them with investments in the same sector in Western Australia (WA). We found that investments are not as widespread…

Continue Reading › A Comparison of Chinese investment in the French and Australian Wine Industries

The impact of Brexit on trade regimes and Global Value Chains

[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Louise Curran[/su_pullquote] The British vote to leave the EU has enormous implications for both parties, many of which are only beginning to be explored. One of the policy areas which will be most affected is trade policy. For the last forty years, the UK has essentially had no independent policy on international trade…

Continue Reading › The impact of Brexit on trade regimes and Global Value Chains

‹ Previous teacher Next teacher ›