SMEs and MNEs are facing increasing pressure to internationalize and sustain their competitive advantage. Existing strategies and business models used by decision makers may seem insufficient or the least to say, are not equipped to handle these fast pace changes. International Business and Entrepreneurship as a field, may need to reinvent itself, to accommodate for these changes and challenges into existing theories and paradigms.
Visit Event Website Register Now Theme: Global Value Chains and the Commonwealth Overview: The overarching aim of this symposium is to discuss the impact of Commonwealth countries on re-configuration of Global Value Chains (GVCs) in a post-Brexit scenario. This event is supported by the Academy of International Business [...]
In the current times, regulatory environments surrounding Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) are changing in both developed countries (notably, in the US & the UK) and in emerging economies. The ‘nonmarket’ environment surrounding MNEs comprises of social actors such as communities and non-governmental organisations; and political actors such as regulatory agencies and the government. [...]