Fast Facts

  • Each of these special, in-person sessions is hosted by a different AIB Fellow and focused on a specific IB topic.
  • These 50-minute roundtable discussions are an opportunity to exchange ideas with one of our leading scholars, as well as your fellow AIB members, on a topic of mutual interest.
  • AIB 2024 Conference Registration is required to participate in these free Cafés, but no further sign-ups are required—all conference attendees are welcome to drop in.

Fellows Café Schedule

DateTime (CEST)SessionHost Fellow(s)TopicRoom
4 July08:00-08:501.05.1Becky Reuber, University of TorontoIs It Still Interesting to Study the Early Internationalization of New Ventures?Carlton
4 July08:00-08:501.05.2Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern UniversitySustainability and Emerging MarketsAstor W
4 July08:00-08:501.05.3Charles Dhanaraj, Georgia State University
Paul Beamish, Western University
The 39 Country Initiative: Engaging with our Peers in the World’s Poorest CountriesAstor E
4 July08:00-08:501.05.4Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina
Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, University of South Carolina
Distance in IB ResearchPeacock W
4 July08:00-08:501.05.5Shige Makino, Kyoto UniversityGlobal Currents: The Four Forces Shaping International BusinessPeacock E
4 July08:00-08:501.05.6Rob Grosse, Arizona State UniversityLegitimacy of MNCsCharlotte
5 July08:00-08:502.05.1Anthony Goerzen, Queen’s University
Ari Van Assche, HEC Montreal
Changing MNC responsibility boundariesCarlton
5 July08:00-08:502.05.2Timothy Devinney, University of Manchester
Seung Ho Park, Nanyang Technological University
The Future of Emerging Markets Research in an Era of Global ChangeAstor W
5 July08:00-08:502.05.3Klaus Meyer, Western University
Gabriel Benito, BI Norwegian Business School
How Is Industrial Policy Changing the Dynamics of International Business?Astor E
5 July08:00-08:502.05.4Elizabeth Rose, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
Allan Bird, Goa Institute of Management
Challenges in Assessing Inclusion Competence: Walking the DEI TalkPeacock W
5 July08:00-08:502.05.5Ram Mudambi, Temple UniversityInternational Business, Economic Geography, and Innovation: The influences of digitalization and AIPeacock E
5 July08:00-08:502.05.6Arie Lewin, Duke University
Michael Witt, King’s College London
International Business in a Multipolar WorldCharlotte
6 July08:00-08:503.05.1Roger Strange, University of Sussex
Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds
Reshoring & BacksourcingCarlton
6 July08:00-08:503.05.2Allan Bird, Goa Institute of ManagementReconceptualizing Culture for International Business in the 21st CenturyAstor W
6 July08:00-08:503.05.3Mike Peng, University of Texas at DallasCorporate Diplomacy and the Institution-Based ViewAstor E
6 July .08:00-08:503.05.4Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern UniversityHow to Make IB Research Rigorous and Relevant?Peacock W ……