This free online session will be broadcast by the AIB Latin America & the Caribbean Chapter on Facebook Live. professors Elizabeth Salamanca and Jorge Alcaraz will discuss the heterogeneous profile of Mexican migrant entrepreneurs living in the US and the unique institutional challenges they face.
AIB Canada's 2021 Chapter Conference will be structured as a combination of competitive paper sessions, a hands-on paper development workshop, keynote speaker sessions, and a teaching development session focused on the case method. Registration for this event will be free to all AIB members in good standing through December 4, 2021.
The focus of this conference is to offer new insights into the unique challenges and opportunities that the MENA region presents for MNEs. More specifically, it seeks to bring forward insights about resilient and agile international business practices in the MENA region. We welcome conceptual and empirical papers that employ quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods approaches.
During the past decade, the annual conference of our AIB Asia Pacific Chapter (formally known as AIBSEAR) has been dedicated to globalization-related themes. Certain terms such as connectivity, network, and cooperation have been a part of our previous themes. Deglobalization is on the agenda now. The challenge is how to continually take advantage of globalization whilst simultaneously hedging against its risks. This transition period poses a risk particularly to the Asia Pacific region, as we are now inseparably linked to globalization’s outcomes.
The AIB South Asia 2022 Chapter Conference aims to provide AIB members in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka with opportunities for the exchange of ideas, the presentation of research, the building of professional contacts, and the discussion of matters of mutual interest and concern.
In this Outstanding Talk, Dr. Indianna Minto-Coy will interview Dr. David Storey on his academic and consulting trajectory as one of the leading scholars in entrepreneurship and SMEs. This free online session will be broadcast by the AIB Latin America & the Caribbean Chapter on Facebook Live and Zoom. No advance registration is required.
the 48th AIB-UKI Annual Conference, jointly organized with the 8th Reading International Business Conference, will combine open-ended debates, interactive plenary sessions, and a broad variety of research papers presented in parallel sessions. We will also offer a pre-conference doctoral colloquium and dedicated sessions for early career and doctoral researchers.
Co-sponsored by AIB and the Sheth Foundation, these free workshops will cover basics of academic research, identifying research topics, research design, theory, creating the research paper, publishing in academic journals, and handling revise and resubmit requests, all in the field of International Marketing.
This US-West Chapter Conference is an opportunity to present scholarly work and obtain critical feedback in a professional setting. We encourage the participation of both professors of all ranks and doctoral students. Submissions can range from works-in-progress to complete articles aimed at journal publication. We welcome conceptual, theoretical, and empirical papers.
The Latin American & Caribbean Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB-LAC) announces its 12th Annual Conference, "Learning from Uncertainty: Building a Resilient and Sustainable Latin America and the Caribbean," to be hosted by Florida International University (FIU) at its Downtown campus on Brickell Avenue in Miami.
The mission of AIB-CEE is to encourage scholars and specialists in the field of international business residing in our region to present and discuss research outcomes, as well as to improve their teaching techniques. We aim to accomplish this by fostering academic cooperation in the region in the form of conferences, workshops, seminars, and cross-border research projects.