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AIB SIG Webinar: Writing a Mixed-Methods PhD Dissertation

Online

Hear from Evelyn Reithofer, 2023’s Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award, in conversation with Niina Nummela. They will cover topics such as how Evelyn decided on her research methodology, selected resources to guide and justify her methodological choices, and much more.

AIB Journals Webinar: MNEs’ Navigation of Rising Nationalism and Political Tensions

Online

Each of our AIB Journal Webinars is 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 will have an opportunity to interact with our presenters, digging deeper into the issues that interest them most.

AIB SIG Webinar: Varieties of Experimental Approaches and Designs

Online

Facilitated by the AIB’s Research Methods Shared Interest Group (RM-SIG), this webinar will cover the essentials and applications of experimental research design in IB. In addition to offering brief presentations from our expert panelists, this event will offer opportunities for participants to exchange their knowledge and experiences.

Burning Issues in IB Webinar: The Emerging Regulatory Environment for Global Sustainability

Online

International business scholarship widely acknowledges that firms face a growing sustainability imperative, where they are increasingly held accountable by capital markets, governments, and other stakeholders for the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impact of their actions. In this webinar, our panelists will describe this emerging environment and the implications for managers, policy-makers, and scholars.

AIB SIG Webinar: Teaching Innovations Within the AIB Community

Online

This webinar will feature presentations from each of the five groups and individuals selected as finalists for the 2023 Teaching Innovation Award, which was presented at AIB 2023 Warsaw. This award celebrates excellent educators in the AIB community, recognizes innovative teaching approaches, and provides an opportunity to engage the AIB membership in discussions of teaching excellence. 

AIB SIG Webinar: Reviewing IB Conference Submissions and Journal Articles

Online

The AIB Research Methods SIG is facilitating two webinars on best practices for reviewing IB manuscripts. These discussions will be led by senior editors and researchers who have won Best Reviewer Awards who will provide tips and best practices for the review process. These webinars are timed to coincide with papers for the AIB 2024 Annual Meeting being sent out for review.

AIB SIG Webinar: Reviewing IB Conference Submissions and Journal Articles

Online

The AIB Research Methods SIG is facilitating two webinars on best practices for reviewing IB manuscripts. These discussions will be led by senior editors and researchers who have won Best Reviewer Awards who will provide tips and best practices for the review process. These webinars are timed to coincide with papers for the AIB 2024 Annual Meeting being sent out for review.

AIB Journals Webinar: Analyzing the Impact of a JIBS Decade Award-Winning Article

Online

AIB's prestigious JIBS Decade Award was inaugurated in 1996 to honor the most influential article published in the Journal of International Business Studies ten years prior. This webinar will center on a detailed discussion of the 2023 JIBS Decade Award-winning article, Global cities and multinational enterprise location strategy, and its continued relevance to current IB research.

AIB Chapter Webinar: Opportunities and Challenges in Africa-Based IB Research

Online

We are delighted to announce the first in a series of webinars organized by the Africa Chapter of the Academy of International Business. This event will feature two thoughtful and prolific scholars, both with deep engagement with the African context. They will discuss opportunities and challenges associated with doing Africa-based IB research that is publishable in top-level international journals.

SIG Hybrid Event: Digital Globalization Research Summit

While digital technologies create new opportunities for connecting, local communities are still important means of inspiration and support for the scholarly community.  Signaling this duality of our networks, the Digitalization SIG is organizing a simulcast with scholars meeting in local communities and connecting digitally across the globe. At each location, there is an opportunity to meet with a community of scholars in-person, and for a specific period, connect digitally with the global community.