Prof. Dr. Natalia Ribberink

Department of Business
Professorin für Außenwirtschaft und Internationales Management

Berliner Tor 5
20099 Hamburg

Room 8.17

T +49 40 428 75-6952
natalia.ribberink@haw-hamburg.de

Activities

Teaching

 

  • International management (B.Sc.)
  • FDI, International Trade & Logistics (B.Sc.)
  • International Organisation & Cooperation (B.Sc.)
  • International Human Resource Management (B.Sc.)
  • International Trade & Globalisation (M.A.)
  • MNEs & The Global Economy (M.Sc.) - This class is supported by DataCamp, "...the most intuitive learning platform for data science. Learn R, Python and SQL the way you learn best through a combination of short expert videos and hands-on-the-keyboard exercises. Take over 100+ courses by expert instructors on topics such as importing data, data visualization or machine learning and learn faster through immediate and personalised feedback on every exercise.

Focus areas/Expertise

  • International trade and investment (FDI);
  • International strategic management;
  • Internationalisation strategies, esp. SME and EMM;
  • Emerging markets, BRICS;
  • Regional economic integration;
  • Talent management

Offices held/Professional memberships

Internal:

  • 2013-ongoing: International Coordinator, Department of Business
  • 2013-ongoing: Coordinator of Double Degree Undergraduate Programme in International Management with the University of Rhode Island, USA
  • 2018-ongoing: Coordinator of Double Degree Undergraduate Programme in International Economics & Trade with the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China
  • 2013-ongoing: German-American International Business Workshop Supervisor, Partner: California State University Long Beach, USA
  • 2013-ongoing: Member of the "HAW goes USA" academic network
  • 2013-2019: Member of the Selection Committee for International Students (International Office)
  • 2019-ongoing: Head of ISAP project - International student and staff mobility project with the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China (funded by DAAD / BMBF)
  • 2017-2019: Member of the Department Council (Department of Business)
  • 2013-2017: Member of the Election Board (Faculty of Business & Social Sciences)
  • 2013-2017: Head of ISAP project - International student and staff mobility project with the University of Rhode Island, USA (funded by DAAD / BMBF)
  • 2014-2017: Equal treatment commissioner at the Faculty of Business & Social Sciences (Gleichstellungsbeauftragte)

External:

  • 2017-ongoing: Member of the Selection Committee at the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • 2017-ongoing: Member of the Examination Board at the Institute of International Business Studies, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences (CARPE partner), The Netherlands
  • 2017-ongoing: Reviewer of the Journal of East European Management Studies (JEEMS)

Short bio

Natalia Ribberink is professor of Foreign Trade & International Management at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Business & Social Sciences.

Before being appointed as a professor Natalia Ribberink spent five years in the German aviation industry within a large airline alliance. She managed international projects in the area of strategic partnerships and was responsible for fare policies, contract management, accreditation procedures and staff recruiting & development. She combined this function with her Ph.D.-studies. Prior to that she worked as a Research Associate at the Faculty of Business & Social Sciences at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrueck.

Natalia Ribberink graduated with honours from the Belarusian State University in Minsk with a degree in the World Economy/International Economic Relations. As a winner of DAAD Award for Excellence she continued her education and research in Osnabrueck, Germany, where she obtained her second university degree in European Business Studies (Dipl.-Kffr.) and a Ph.D. in Economics.

publications

ResearchGate

Google Scholar

  • Infrastructure Investment and Development Alongside the Belt and Road Initiative (2020), in: Heim I. (eds) Kazakhstan's Diversification from the Natural Resources Sector. Euro-Asian Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham (in co-authorship with L. Schubert); DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37389-4_4
  • The Future of Transatlanticism – Effects of a Rise of US Import Tariffs on Exports in the German Automotive Sector. A Quantitative, Data-driven Approach (2019), in: Van Tulder, R., Verbeke, A., & Jankowska, B. (Eds.) Progress in International Business Research, Vol. 14, Emerald Publishing (in co-authorship with M. Kath); DOI: 10.1108/S1745-886220190000014008
  • Japanese and Chinese Stock Market Behaviour in Comparison – An Analysis of Dynamic Networks (2019), in: Asia Pacific Management Review (in co-authorship with N. Katenka, J.H. Schuenemann); DOI: 10.1016/j.apmrv.2019.10.002
  • International Strategy and Performance of German SMEs – Under the Aspect of Entrepreneurial Orientation (2019), in: Proc. of the Conference of Academy of International Business North-East Chapter (AIBNE), Newark, USA (in co-authorship with J. Apostolou, T. Mueller, J.H. Schuenemann)
  • Liability of Foreignness as a Boundary Condition for an Entry Strategy Choice: An Evidence of Russian Firms on German Market (2018), in: Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economy. - N 9(1) (in co-authorship with A. Panibratov, A. Veselova, K. Nefedov); DOI: 10.15388/omee.2018.10.00006
  • Intra Japanese Stock Market Behaviour – An Analysis of Dynamic Networks (2018), in: Proc. of 31st Annual Meeting of the Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Minneapolis, USA (in co-authorship with N. Katenka, J.H. Schuenemann)
  • Adaptation of sharing economy business models for the realities of different markets: The case of Uber (2018), in: Journal of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, accepted for publication (in co-authorship with A. Veselova)
  • Adaptation of sharing economy business models to institutional settings of emerging and advanced economies (2018), in: Proc. of GSOM Emerging Markets Conference, St.-Petersburg, Russian Federation (in co-authorship with A. Veselova)
  • Internationalisation of Polish and German furniture manufacturers – Comparison of different internationalization paths (2017), in: Theory, Methodology, Practice, Vol. 13, No. 1 (in co-authorship with I. Janiuk, M. Jarosinski)
  • Confrontation or Engagement: the issues of multiplex and cross-regional integration in the Eurasian space (2017), in: The Papers of ISA CISS/IDSS Conference 2017, University of Bologna, Italy (in co-authorship with A. Kulnazarova)
  • Estimating Consumer Demand for Country of Origin Labelling: Cross Country Comparisons of German and US Consumer Home Appliances (2017), in: International Journal of Scientific Management and Development, January 2017, Vol. 5, No. 1. (in co-authorship with M. Washburn)
  • Comparative study of Polish and Dutch meat industry exports with the example of top Polish meat exporters exploiting international opportunities (2015), in: Glodowska, A., & Wach, K. (Eds.) International Business and Global Economy, Kraków (in co-authorship with I. Janiuk, M. Jarosinski)
  • Social exclusion in post-crisis Europe: Cross-country comparisons within selected marginal groups (2014), in: The Papers of Korea-Germany International Seminar in Human Services, Korea Research Institute for Social Welfare, Republic of Korea.
  • Compatibility of technological and social innovation: European benchmarking and implications for CARPE-countries (2013), in: The Papers of the 2nd CARPE Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
  • Leistungsmessung von Lehreinheiten. Das Modell der HAW Hamburg (2011), in: Das Hochschulwesen, Heft 5/2011, UniversitätsVerlagWebler, Bielefeld (in co-authorship with E. Hörnstein, H. Kreth)
  • Das HAW-Creditpoint-Modell: Wie erfolgreich studiert man an der HAW Hamburg (2011), in: Impetus, HAW Hamburg (in co-authorship with E. Hörnstein, H. Kreth)
  • Deutsche Direktinvestitionen in Entwicklungs- und Reformländern seit 1985 - Eine Analyse der wichtigsten Investitionstrends am Beispiel der BRIC-Länder (2010), in: AGA-Report 2009, Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie, PWC (in co-authorship with C. Decker)
  • Gerade in Krisenzeiten wichtig - Corporate Social Responsibility (2010), in: Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen 60. Jg, No. 1/2. (in co-authorship with A. Schikarski)
  • Twentse witrusvrouw in voetsporen Rusluie (interview) (2007), in: De Roskam, No. 13 (16), Enschede, NL.
  • Key factors influencing investment attractiveness of host countries (article series) (2007), in: National Bank Journal, No. 7 (352).
  • Analysis of approaches to improve investment attractiveness of the Belarusian economy (article series) (2007), in: National Bank Journal, No. 28 (393).
  • Realization of greenfield investment projects as a measure to increase the investment attractiveness of the national economy (2007), in: The Bulletin ofthe 8th International Scientific Conference, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Minsk, BY.
  • Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Belarusian economy (monograph) (2006), 168 P.
  • Belarus. Förderinseln mit Schwachstellen. Freie Wirtschaftszonen bieten gute Einstiegsmöglichkeiten (2006), in: Ost-West-Contact, Das Wirtschaftsmagazin für Ost-West-Kooperation, No. 7, Berlin.
  • FDI in the Belarusian economy (review) (2006), in: Economic bulletin of the Belarusian Ministry of Economic Affairs, No. 2.
  • The influence of the latest trends in international investment on investment policy measures in the Republic of Belarus (2006), in: Belarusian Journal of Agricultural Economics, No. 2.
  • Free economic zones as investment policy instrument in Belarus (2006), in: National Bank Journal, No. 10 (339).
  • The premises of FDI attraction to the national economy of the Republic of Belarus (2006), in: Belarusian Journal of Agricultural Economics, No. 3.
  • The Belarusian investment policy: comparative analysis in international context (2006), in: The Journal of Finance, Statistics, Audit, No. 8(151).
  • The latest developments and premises of FDI attraction to the national economy of the Republic of Belarus (2006), in: The Bulletin of the 7th International Scientific Conference, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Minsk, BY.
  • Evaluation of cooperation potential on the Belarusian market from an investor’s perspective (2005), in: The Papers of the 1th International Business Conference, Minsk, BY.
  • The role of FDI in export policy and export stimulation (2005), in: The Bulletin of the 6th International Scientific Conference, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Minsk, BY.
  • Foreign direct investment and economic transformation – correlation and trends in comparison with CEE countries (2004), in: The Bulletin of the 5th International Scientific Conference, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Minsk, BY.
  • Miteinander leben (2003), Hrsg. Theodoric Dom, Interkultur Arbeitsgruppe Osnabrück.

Additional information

Recent guest lectures, research visits & conference talks

  • Since September 2012 - Annual guest lectureships for Double Degree Programme in International Management, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, USA
  • Since November 2013 - Semiannual International Business workshops in cooperation with California State University Long Beach, California, USA
  • March 2013 - Guest lectures at University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China
  • June 2013 - Conference talk at Lomonosow Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
  • September 2013 - Guest lectures at New York University, New York City, USA
  • November 2013 - Conference talk at Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
  • September 2014 - Guest lectures and conference talk at Kangnam University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  • April 2015 - Guest lectures at Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
  • April 2015 - Guest lectures at Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain
  • September 2015 - Conference talk at Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
  • April 2016 - Guest lectures and research visit to Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal
  • September 2016 - Conference talk at University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
  • October 2016 - Research visit to St.-Petersburg University, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • April 2017 - Guest lectures at Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
  • May 2017 - Conference talk at Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands
  • June 2017 - Conference talk at University of Bologna, Italy
  • July 2017 - Research visit to Universidade Fernando Pessoa and National Innovation Agency, Porto, Portugal
  • November 2017 - Guest lectures at Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center, Minsk, Belarus
  • June 2018 - Conference talk at the Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business (AIB), Minneapolis, USA
  • October 2018 - Guest lectures at University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China
  • December 2018 - Conference talk at the Annual Meeting of European International Business Academy (EIBA), Poznan, Poland
  • May 2019 - Research visit to University of Porto and Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal
  • October 2019 - Conference talk at City University of New York, New York City, USA
  • October 2019 - Conference talk at the AIBNE Meeting of Academy of International Business (AIB), Newark, USA
  • December 2019 - Guest lectures at Universidade de Europeia Lisboa, Portugal
  • February 2020 - Guest lectures at Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia
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