- Dau, LA, Moore, EM, Abrahms M. 2018.Global security risks, political stability and firm responses: Assessing the impact of conflict on firm profitability. In Castellani, Narula, Nguyen, Surdu & Walker (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in International Business. Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.
- Dau, LA, Moore, EM, Petrich, K, Abrahms, M. 2018. Terrorism and Resilience: How Family Businesses Respond to Terrorist Activity. In D. Nguyen, S. Boubaker (Eds.), Handbook of Global Financial Markets. World Scientific Publishing
- Dau, LA, Moore, EM, Figgins, J, Ault J. 2017. Firms as Policy Advocates and Institutional Framers: Understanding the Impact of Ethnic and Political Stratification on BRICS MNEs. In W.D. Nelson (Ed.), Advances in Business and Management, 14. NOVA Science Publishers.
- Dau LA, Moore EM, Soto M. 2016. The great recession and emerging market firms: Unpacking the divide between global and national level sustainability expectations. In C. Gurdgiev, L. Leonard, M. A. Gonzalez-Perez (Eds.), Lessons from the Great Recession: At the Crossroads of Sustainability and Recovery, pp. 165-187. Emerald Group (ISBN: 978-1785607431).
- Dau LA, Moore EM, Bradley C. 2015. Institutions and international entrepreneurship. International Business: Research, Teaching, and Practice, 9(1): 1-20.
- Moore, E.M., Dau, L.A., & Doh, J. (2018). Does Monetary Aid Catalyze New Business Creation? In Journal of Management Studies Special Issue on the ‘New Normal’ Workshop, Ecully, France, July.
- Dau, L.A., Moore, E.M. & Newburry, W. (2018). Home and Host Country Reputation on Firm Internationalization. In the Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, USA, August.
- Dau, L.A., Moore, E.M., Abrahms, M. & Robson, M. (2018). Terrorism and FDI: New Firm Specific Advantages in the Age of Political Violence. In the Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, USA, August.
- Dau, L.A., Moore, E.M., Doh, J., & Soto, M. (2018). Does Global Integration Stimulate Corporate Citizenship? In the Academy of International Business Conference, Minneapolis, USA, June.
- Dau, L.A., Moore, E.M., & Doh. J. (2017). The Dark Side of Entrepreneurship. In Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship Conference, Washington D.C., USA, October.
- PhD., International Relations, Northeastern University
- MA., International Relations and Comparative Politics, Northeastern University
- BA, Political Science and Spanish, Providence College
Research & Teaching Interests
Professor Moore’s teaching and research interest fall in the area of formal and informal entrepreneurship, sustainable development, institutional change and disruption, and the role of transnational organizations in influencing global strategy.
Industry & Academic Experience
Prior to joining the IBS faculty in 2018, Professor Moore served as a Post Doctoral Research Associate for the Global Resilience Institute.
Services to the Profession
Professor Moore is an active member of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, the Strategic Management Society, the International Studies Association, and the Global Resilience Institute.
Awards & Recognition
- Best Paper Finalist, Academy of Management, 2014
- Best Paper Finalist, Academy of International Business Latin America, 2015, 2016
- Best Theme Fit Paper Finalist, Academy of International Business Latin America, 2016