AIB 2019 Copenhagen

Passing the Baton to AIB’s New President

2020-01-03T21:11:44+00:00January 3rd, 2020|4th Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter|

By Chuck C.Y. Kwok As President of AIB, I was fortunate to preside over one of the most successful events in our organization’s history: our Annual Conference in Copenhagen in late June 2019. The conference broke several records. It had the largest number of registered conference attendees in our history, about [...]

Conference Success and Leadership Succession

2019-10-30T18:14:54+00:00October 30th, 2019|3rd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Looking back on this year’s conference and all the encouraging feedback we’ve received, I’ve become increasingly convinced that AIB Copenhagen can be counted among the most successful events in our organization’s history. Not only was it the biggest AIB conference ever with over 1,400 registered attendees, but also the biggest pre-conference—this [...]

AIB 2019 Conference Recap

2020-01-15T12:25:19+00:00October 30th, 2019|3rd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

In June, over 1,400 members of the Academy of International Business came together in Copenhagen, Denmark to take part in AIB’s 2019 Annual Meeting. This year’s theme, “International Business in an Unsettling Political and Economic Environment,” couldn’t have been more timely as researchers gathered to discuss IB’s potential contributions to the [...]

AIB 2019 Awards

2019-10-30T14:39:26+00:00October 30th, 2019|3rd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Whether they’re fully endowed professors or doctoral students just starting their career, our members are producing research that’s shaping the future of International Business. Each year, we recognize their hard work with a special award ceremony at our Annual Conference. When you're done browsing our list of 2019 award winners below, [...]

SIG Update: Research Methods

2019-10-29T14:47:05+00:00October 29th, 2019|3rd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Recent Activities The RM-SIG held a variety of events throughout the annual meeting in Copenhagen. Seven research methods workshops, run by highly experienced facilitators, were held as pre-conference activities on June 23. The workshops spanned quantitative methods, qualitative methods and responsible research: The quantitative workshops covered structural equation models, partial least [...]

SIG Update: Teaching and Education

2019-10-29T14:35:40+00:00October 29th, 2019|3rd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Recent Activities During the 2019 Annual Meeting in Copenhagen, the Teaching and Education Shared Interest Group (T&E SIG) provided a forum for AIB members to share their greatest pedagogical successes and most pressing challenges. At the core of these efforts were our Teaching Cafés, daily sessions which provided a relaxed and [...]

SIG Update: Women in the Academy of International Business

2019-10-29T14:26:18+00:00October 29th, 2019|3rd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Recent Activities WAIB hosted two panels this year at the annual meeting in Copenhagen. “Women in Business in Denmark,” organized jointly by Drs. Janet Y. Murray and Malika Richards, featuring industry panelists Pernille Erenbjerg of Millicom and Maria Hjorth VP Securities, along with Dr. Dana Minbaeva of Copenhagen Business School and [...]

Teaching & Education SIG Activities at AIB 2019

2019-05-06T17:30:14+00:00May 6th, 2019|2nd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Our Purpose: Promoting Excellence in International Business Education Teaching & Education is a newly formed Shared Interest Group within the Academy of International Business, focusing on promoting excellence in teaching international business. Its main objectives are facilitating the development and sharing of best teaching practices, providing a forum for teaching-related networking, [...]

WAIB Activities at AIB 2019

2019-05-06T14:57:50+00:00May 6th, 2019|2nd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Our Purpose: Supporting Scholarly Development and Exploring Issues of Gender in IB Established in November 2001, Women of the Academy of International Business (WAIB) is a Shared Interest Group (SIG) of the Academy of International Business. WAIB has three main priorities: providing a forum for networking among WAIB members; promoting research [...]

Research Methodology SIG Activities at AIB 2019

2019-05-06T14:32:11+00:00May 6th, 2019|2nd Quarter, 2019, AIB Newsletter, Issue-Specific|

Our Purpose: Fostering Impactful Research Through Methodological Rigor Social science research is being placed under substantial criticism with regards to its replicability and validity, a development to which international business scholarship is not immune. To assist the IB community in addressing such concerns, the Academy of International Business’s Research Methods Shared [...]

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