Strategy, International Business & Entrepreneurship
The Division of Strategy, International Business, and Entrepreneurship (SIE) comprises faculty with expertise in diverse disciplines, including competitive advantage and firm growth, entrepreneurial capabilities, emerging markets, international businesses, and corporate sustainability. We are dedicated to providing students with innovative and relevant knowledge and skills to help them thrive in today’s disruptive and competitive global business environment.
Our research and training across various programmes emphasise strategic thinking, entrepreneurial leadership, and sustainable growth in the digital age of ASEAN emerging markets. We are responsible for the strategy programmes in undergraduate and graduate programmes, supporting entrepreneurship programmes and initiatives in Nanyang Business School (NBS) and the University, coordinating across divisions in the sustainability concentration, and expanding the students’ global perspective through international courses and programmes.
We actively engage with industry stakeholders and the Nanyang Center for Emerging Markets for ASEAN-based thought leadership and talent development. We look for collaboration with business and academic partners around the world to advance our understanding of the entrepreneurial, strategic, and responsible growth in the fast-growing ASEAN markets.
Growth or profit? Strategic orientations and long-term performance in China
The paper examines this question in emerging markets, where firms could easily find growth opportunities but blindly pursuing growth without sufficient managerial capabilities.
Settlement shows robustness of S'pore regulations
Prof Foo Maw Der says the whole Goldman Sachs saga and how the Singapore authorities dealt with it strengthen Singapore's position as a global financial player.
Zooming in on the Foreign Direct Investment Landscape in Asian Emerging Markets
Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows, an integral component of Asia’s strong economic performance over the last few decades, also facilitated the spread of regional production networks.
Research is a prominent feature at the Division of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship.Find out more
Division of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship