Professor Co-Authors Papers, Presents at International Conference

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Impacts of the aging populations in the United States and the European Union were among areas of focus.
Dr. Edwin Moore

Dr. Edwin Moore

November 20, 2012

Dr. Edwin Moore, Chair of Management and International Business at Northwood University Florida co-authored two papers which were accepted and presented at the Academy of International Business Southeast Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The first paper, authored along with Dr. Gordana Pesakovic, was titled Demographic Imperative: A Comparative Study of the European Union and the United States, and it analyzed the impacts of the aging population in the United States and the European Union (EU).

The second paper, authored along with Dr. Pesi Amaria and presented by Dr. Moore, was titled The Continuing Backwardness of Eastern Europe: A Search for Institutional Explanations, and it focused on the application of institutional economic variables to explain the slow development of new EU countries.

Dr. Moore also served as a reviewer and session chair at the conference and is a frequent reviewer for a number of other association conferences and publications. Approximately 300 guests from over 30 countries attended the conference which was October 31 through November 2, 2012.

Dr. Moore has over 20 years teaching experience at both the under graduate and graduate levels. He holds a Masters of Business Administration Specializing in Management degree, and a Doctorate In Business Administration in International Business with special emphasis on International Economics and Finance. He has completed many additional Doctorial courses in Management, Research, and Marketing. Dr Moore has presented a number of papers at international conferences and has been published internationally.

Dr. Moore's primary research interests include culture and economic development in developing and transitional economies, political corruption, and he has developed an International MBA with an emphasis in Cross Cultural Awareness.