This free webinar series is intended to provide thought-provoking discussions on vital issues related to international business, featuring expert insights from university professors, managers, researchers, and policy-makers. This session will focus on the implementation of the United Nations's Sustainable Development Goals by Canadian businesses.
This panel reports on the main findings of the research project ‘Post-COVID-19 stakeholder recovery: How to rebuild society and business in Latin America to avoid the climate crisis’. The primary purpose of this project was to provide public policy recommendations on measures undertaken by LAC countries to rebuild their economic growth opportunities and enhance the likelihood of decent work opportunities in post-COVID-19 scenarios with a focus on resilience and adaptation to climate change risks.
In this free webinar, contributors to the recent Journal of International Business Policy Special Issue, The Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Multinational Enterprises?, will discuss the roles of MNEs have had in making progress towards the SDGs, what is needed from them in the future, and what the role of international business scholarship can be in shaping discussion and action.
Although international HRM and IB research has focused strongly on comparative research and questions of understanding global versus contextual requirements, it has been criticized for marginalizing issues of gender. In this webinar, we will discuss reasons for this neglect and possible solutions to facilitate a research agenda on how to effectively manage gender equity and equality across different contexts.
Dear AIB Colleagues, We are pleased to inform you about the newest Shared Interest Group (SIG) within the AIB – the Sustainability-SIG. The primary goals of this SIG are to: Exchange knowledge across the wide range of academic subfields within IB for greater connectivity with sustainability issues in an IB context that [...]
This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Journal of International Business Policy (JIBP), and there is a lot to celebrate. To date, JIBP has published 23 articles that have received more than 270 Google Scholar citations and over 33,000 paper downloads. Our articles are starting to influence policy discussions, with [...]