Events for 20 July - 9 May › Event Modality: Online

AIB Chapter Webinar: Publishing Research Based on African Phenomena

We are delighted to announce the next in a series of webinars organized by the Africa Chapter of the Academy of International Business. This webinar will feature two thoughtful academics, both with deep editorial experience pertaining to Africa-related research.

AIB SIG Webinar: Global Scaling Research


The Global Scaling Research Webinar will explore mechanisms of digital business growth and operational scaling across international markets. Speakers will discuss the theoretical aspects of global scaling, highlighting how digitalization fosters rapid growth. They will present insights into the impact of continuous innovation through technologies like AI and blockchain on scaling operations, using cases of successful digital enterprises.

AIB SIG Webinar: AI in Publishing – Trends, Opportunities and Challenges


The goal of this webinar is to analyze the evolving landscape of AI's impact on the roles of authors, reviewers, and editors, focusing on present capabilities and forecasting short-term and long-term possibilities. In particular, our expert panelists will provide detailed insights on a variety of topics, including the ethics of AI use in academic research and publishing, the implications of AI advancements on intellectual property rights, and more.

AIB SIG Webinar: Succeeding in International Business Doctoral Studies


We will discuss what it takes to build a strong foundation for a successful international academic career, particularly in the field of international business. Participants will receive many practical tips on how to successfully navigate their doctoral education from choosing a topic through graduation.

AIB SIG Webinar: Open Research Platforms


This webinar will provide an overview of X-Culture’s research and collaboration principles, as well as guidance on how to request existing data or propose new data collection. Furthermore, the workshop will discuss the challenges and best practices of large-scale open research collaboration – a promising avenue for research development, but one that comes with its own set of challenges and caveats.

AIB SIG Webinar: Machine Learning in IB Research


When used as a part of a full IB research process, including inductive, deductive and abductive steps, machine learning can offer explanatory insights and provide a solid basis for theorization. In this online workshop, we present a systematic five-step theory-building and theory-testing cycle that consists of element identification, exploratory analysis, hypothesis development, hypothesis testing, and theorization.

2024 Sustainability SIG PhD and Early-Career Researchers Virtual Symposium


This event is a virtual workshop designed for early career researchers to refine their research ideas, ranging from fully developed manuscripts to preliminary concepts that can be summarized in a one-page abstract. It will feature breakout sessions where participants will be grouped according to their topics, allowing them to share and discuss their research.