Theme: Informal Institutions in International Business
Time: 14 September 2022, 14:00 UTC (View Local Time)
Registration Deadline: 13 September 2022
Informal institutions serve as the invisible threads that connect the fabric of social groupings, making them a critical element in the study of IB, but also especially challenging to capture both theoretically and empirically. As a result, there has been limited work on the topic, a lack of clarity on how to conceptualize and measure informal institutions, and a limited understanding of the role they play in IB. This webinar introduces the forthcoming Special Issue of Journal of International Business Studies that seek to address these gaps.
Informal institutions and international business: Toward an integrative research agenda
Luis Alfonso Dau, Aya S. Chacar, Marjorie A. Lyles, Jiatao Li
Presented by: Luis Dau, Northeastern University
Impact of informal institutions on the prevalence, strategy, and performance of family firms: A meta-analysis
Pascual Berrone, Patricio Duran, Luis Gómez-Mejía, Pursey P M A R Heugens, Tatiana Kostova, Marc van Essen
Presented by: Patricio Duran, University of Richmond
The impact of multinational enterprises on community informal institutions and rural poverty
Kristin Brandl, Elizabeth Moore, Camille Meyer, Jonathan Doh
Presented by: Kristin Brandl, University of Victoria
Dana Minbaeva, King’s College London
Luis Dau, Northeastern University
About This Webinar Series: The editorial teams behind AIB’s Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of International Business Policy launched this series of webinars to provide global experts a platform to discuss their findings on some of the field’s biggest questions.
Each of these discussions will be focused around a unique line of inquiry, with authors of recently published articles in JIBS, JIBP, and AIB Insights speaking to how their research addresses that core question. Virtual attendees can then interact with our presenters, digging deeper into the issues that interest them most.
The webinar series is being coordinated by Klaus Meyer (Western University) and Dana Minbaeva (King’s College London), in conjunction with the editorial teams of JIBS, JIBP, and AIB Insights.