This special issue of AIB Insights is dedicated to the 2015 Buckley and Casson AIB Dissertation Award, recognizing the history of the award and drawing attention to the innovative dissertation research of this year’s award finalists.

It includes Mark Casson’s article, “The Buckley and Casson Prize: Some Reflections”  as well as “Host Market Corruption and Multinational Enterprise Strategy” by Michael Sartor, “Why do Regional Headquarters Live of Die?” by Perttu  Kähäri, “Should Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Aggolmeration by Nationality as a Constraint in International Expansion” by Heeyon Kim, “Property Rights Theory and Ownership of Firm-Specific Advantages: Implications of Contracting and Licensing within the Firm” by Catherine Magelssen, and “Global Subunit Specialization: An Organizational Perspective” by Carlos Adrian Rodriguez.