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AIB US-West 2022 Online Chapter Conference

Online

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.

AIB SIG Webinar: Moving Beyond Templates in Qualitative IB Research

Online

If you do qualitative research in international business, this webinar will be for you! Featuring the guest editors of a recently published feature topic of Organizational Research Methods, the webinar is a great chance to keep abreast of the latest trends and debates in research methods.

Webinar: Managing Sustainable Development in International Business

Online

This webinar showcases the articles that comprise the recent AIB Insights Special Issue, published in conjunction with the AIB Sustainability Shared Interest Group, on the topic of Managing Sustainable Development in International Business. Participants will provide novel and actionable insights about the crucial roles that multinational enterprises are playing in achieving sustainable development.

AIB Journals Webinar: Informal Institutions

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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.

RM-SIG and JIBS Webinar: Reviewing and Editing Qualitative Manuscripts: Dealing with Potential Biases

Online

Relatively few articles are published in IB journals with qualitative data. This is surprising, given that qualitative data can reveal new theoretical pathways that are important to cross-border business. This webinar will describe the unique attributes of qualitative manuscripts that require reviewers and editors to take a different approach than they take with quantitative manuscripts and move beyond their unconscious biases.

Burning Issues in IB Webinar: Women’s Empowerment

Online

The Burning Issues in IB Webinar Series is intended to provide thought-provoking discussions for university professors, managers, researchers, and policy-makers on issues of vital interest to Canadians.

AIB Journals Webinar: IB Implications of China’s Belt & Road Initiative

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AIB Journal Webinars are each focused around a unique theme, 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.

AIB Journals Webinar: IB and Public Health in Developing Economies

Online

AIB Journal Webinars are each focused around a unique theme, 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.

AIB SIG Webinar: Experiential Learning Best Practices & Approaches

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The webinar features experienced educators who will discuss experiential learning projects they use in their classrooms and best practices associated with experiential teaching and learning. The webinar will cover variety of experiential learning projects, including COIL, virtual study abroad, virtual study abroad, and examples of in-class projects and experiences that enrich learning of our students.