Dr Miriam Moeller
Miriam Moeller
Senior Lecturer in International Business
  • PhD, Human Resources/Organizational Behaviour (The University of Mississippi)
  • MBA (The University of Mississippi)
  • BBA, International Business (The University of Mississippi)
+61 7 334 68175
Room 526, Joyce Ackroyd Building, St. Lucia Campus

Research interests

Acculturation and Global Mobility.
This research stream examines the acculturation processes of the globally mobile workforce. It examines the psychological processes of two distinct cultures coming into continuous contact and considers the variables that contribute to the intercultural effectiveness of globally mobile individuals.
Globalisation and Its Impact on Strategic Global Human Resource Management.
This research stream aims to highlight the evolution of global staffing practices through the use of various staffing approaches such as expatriation, inpatriation, and flexpatriation. The advent of global careers also gives primacy for research on female global managers and global dual-career couples.
MNC Transition from International to Global Status.
This research stream explores the role and development of a global mindset,
pluralistic management perspective, organizational ignorance, and
stigmatization within the evolutionary path of organisations.


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  • Academy of Management 2008-date
  • Academy of International Business 2010-date
  • European Academy of Management 2016-date
  • International Academy for Intercultural Research 2008-date


2009 – Outstanding PhD Student Award in the School of Business Administration, University of Mississippi
2008 – Outstanding Reviewer Award: Management History/International Management Track, Southern Management Association

Major research grants

Title Agency Year Amount
Return Migration: Examining Differences across Australia and China Australian Institute of Business and Economics 2015-2016 $12,000