The primary purpose of AIB Asia Pacific is to provide members in the region with opportunities for the exchange of ideas, for the presentation of research, for professional contacts, and for the discussion of matters of mutual interest and concern.
During the past decade, the annual conference of our AIB Asia Pacific Chapter (formally known as AIBSEAR) has been dedicated to globalization-related themes. Certain terms such as connectivity, network, and cooperation have been a part of our previous themes. Deglobalization is on the agenda now. The challenge is how to continually take advantage of globalization whilst simultaneously hedging against its risks. This transition period poses a risk particularly to the Asia Pacific region, as we are now inseparably linked to globalization’s outcomes.
To celebrate the new Asia Pacific Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB) and to bring together members in the region during this challenging time, we will be holding our first Online Faculty Development Workshop Series via Zoom. The series features three renowned IB scholars as instructors, delivering three-hour workshops on global strategy and international marketing
This free webinar will cover a wide span of topics related to the US and China's economic relationship, including estimates of the two nations’ mutual dependence, competitiveness of manufacturing, currency valuation, nationalism and protectionism.
By Jeremy Clegg, AIB President, AIB Fellow In this article, I should like to update you on the advances AIB has been making in one of the most economically important parts of the world, east Asia. Up to this point, chapter resources and leadership expertise have been allocated unevenly throughout the region, [...]