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Host: AIB Research Methods SIG

Time: 21 January 2022, 17:30 UTC (View Local Time)

Registration Deadline: 20 January 2022


Overview: This webinar will focus on different aspects of ethics while conducting international business research.  Facilitated by the AIB’s Research Methods Shared Interest Group (RM-SIG), this webinar features panelists, who share a passion for ethical practices and have diverse research methods experience.

The discussion will include an overview of ethics and research and a discussion of the AIB’s ethics policies.  Moreover, it will include discussions of ethical practices with respect to qualitative and quantitative research in IB.


Speakers

Lorraine Eden is Professor Emerita of Management at Texas A&M University. Dr. Eden is an expert in the field of International Transfer Pricing, as well as LOF and research methods.  With over 17,000 citations, Dr. Eden has more than 200 scholarly publications in the fields of international business, strategic management, international political economy and international economics. Her work has appeared in JIBS, AMJ, SMJ, AMR among others.

She served as the JIBS editor-in-chief from July 2007 to December 2010 and as the 2004 Program Chair for the AIB conference in Puerto Rico and then as President of the AIB. Dr. Eden founded Women in the AIB or WAIB.  She founded the ethics blog for the AOM. She co-authored the Ethical Professor – a must read for all PHD students.  She developed the code of ethics for the AIB. She is an AIB Fellow, and currently serves as Dean of the Fellows.

Rosalie Tung is the Ming and Stella Wong Professor, International Business at the Beedie School at Simon Fraser University (Canada). Her research interests include Skilled immigration, cross-cultural management. She is an expert in qualitative research methods. She has served as president of both the AOM and AIB. She is an AOM Fellow and AIB Fellow and has served as Dean of the AIB Fellows.  Her work has appeared in journals such as the JIBS, Journal of World Business, California Management Review, AMJ, Academy of Management Annuals, AMR, Academy of Management Perspectives, and Journal of Applied Psychology, among others.  She has well over 10,000 citations at Google scholar.

She has served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Cross Cultural & Strategic Management.  In addition to being a visiting professor as Copenhagen Business School, UCLA, Peking U, and Harvard among others, she has served on the UN’s Task Force on Human Resource Management.  Lastly, she chairs the AIB Ethics Policy Committee.

Fiona Moore is Professor of Business Anthropology at Royal Holloway, University of London. She received her doctorate from Oxford University, where she studied at the Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, in 2002. Her research on identity in German multinational corporations has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies among others. She has written a monograph, Transnational Business Cultures, on German expatriates in the City of London, with a second monograph on Taiwanese elite labour migrants in London and Toronto published in 2021, entitled Global Taiwanese: Asian Skilled Labour Migrants in a Changing World. Her current research focuses on ways of developing ethnography as a method for studying international businesses. She is also an award-nominated science fiction author. More information is available at www.fiona-moore.com.

Stewart Miller is Professor of Management at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Also, he is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at UT Health San Antonio. His research interests include: liability of foreignness, internationalization, CSR, and research methods.  He has over 50 publications including scholarly articles, cases, teaching notes, book chapters. His articles have appeared in AMJ, SMJ, JIBS, Journal of Management, Organization Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, GSJ, MIR, and IBR among others.  Also, he is a co-author (with H. Deresky) of the textbook, International Management (10th edition).  He is President and a Co-Founder of the AIB Research Methods SIG (RM-SIG). He was the 2020 Chapter Chair for the AIB – Southeast US Chapter Annual Conference. He is a Consulting Editor for Journal of International Business Studies.