Researcher biography

MIRIAM MOELLER is a Senior Lecturer in International Business at the University of Queensland. Prior to joining UQ in 2011, she received her MBA (2007) and PhD (2010) in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management from the University of Mississippi, USA, and worked as an adjunct teaching fellow at Australia's first private not-for-profit university, Bond University, located in Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland from 2009-2011.

Miriam has taught courses on international business, international human resource management, cross-cultural management, management, and organisational behaviour in the Undergraduate, MBA, Higher Degree Researcher and specialised program levels. As an advocate for domestic and international student experiences, she was program leader of UQ's Master of Global Management program, a 2-year double-degree program and makes it possible for students to receive 2 degrees in 24 months from 2 world-class, highly ranked and accredited institutions. She lectured Global Talent Management in the Queensland in July program.

Miriam has published more than 100 academic articles, book chapters, and conference papers on a range of topics related to international management, global mobility, expatriate management, and global talent management. She undertakes research in three areas: The first area focuses on how global work is experienced against the backdrop of organisational settings. Her second focus is on assessing, reimagining, and improving global work experiences. Third, she explores the subtleties of the previous two research areas with empirical inquiries into a variety of context such as country of origin and destination, gender, family stakeholders, modes of operation, industry, and global work category. Miriam currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of Global Mobility.