PhD, GradCert in L&T High Ed, BBus (International Business Management/Chinese Business) (Honours)
Elizabeth is an experienced lecturer at Charles Sturt University, teaching predominately at CSU’s partner universities in China and Cambodia. With over 10 years experience lecturing in Australia and internationally, Elizabeth has developed strong capabilities in successfully adapting her teaching style to meet the differing needs of various student cohorts, and engaging collaboratively in cross cultural environments.
Elizabeth completed a PhD in marketing, focusing on ethical consumerism and the incidence of consumer punishment in ethically questionable business situations. Her main research interests are in corporate social responsibility, sustainability, international business, strategy, and emerging and under-developed markets. She has published multiple journal articles and has been invited to present at both academic and industry conferences both in Australia and internationally.
Elizabeth continues to be engaged in the not-for-profit sector through her volunteer work in an Australian charity organisation based in Uganda. In the role of Ugandan Liaison Manager, she works in a dynamic cross-cultural team where she utilises her skills in marketing, strategy development and implementation, and strengthening cross-cultural partnerships.
Dunlop, E., Oczkowski, E., and Farrell, M. (2020) ‘Modelling consumers’ punishment behaviours in third-party ethically questionable situations’, Asian Journal of Business Ethics. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13520-020-00104-9
Coghlan, I. and Dunlop, E. (2006) 'The Ethics of International Trade: An examination of the Australian Wheat Board Scandal' International Journal of Business Research, V(1), pp.74-83
Dunlop, E., and Farrell, M. (2011) "Attribution of responsibility and consumer punishment intentions for ethically questionable firm behaviours" Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, November 2011, Perth, Australia
Dunlop, E., and Farrell, M. (2009) "When ethical consumerism results in punitive action: A third-party justice perspective on attribution of responsibility" Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, December 2009, Melbourne, Australia
Dunlop, E., and Coghlan, I. (2006) "The ethics of relativism and absolutism: an examination of the Australian Wheat Board case" Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, December 2006, Brisbane, Australia. Awarded 'Best Paper' Corporate Responsibility track.
Dunlop, E., and Coghlan, I. (2006) "The importance of stakeholders' ethical claims in international marketing" Proceedings of Third International Business Research Conference, November 2006, Melbourne, Australia