AIB UKI Conference 2016
Palgrave Best Paper Award
Irina Minodora Surdu, Kamel Mellahi, and Keith Glaister, Once bitten, not necessarily shy? The effect of organisational learning and institutional change on foreign market re-entry commitment.
Critical perspectives on international business Award
Carole Couper, Dialectical Approach to Sense Making: Developing Internationalisation Knowledge across Institutional and Linguistic Boundaries
Research in International Business and Finance Award
Chris Jones, Yama Temouri, and Alex Cobham, Tax Haven Networks and the Role of the Big 4 Accountancy Firms
AIB UKI Conference 2016, Doctoral Colloquium Award Winners
The Michael Z. Brook Price for the best Doctoral paper:
Sophie Rieder - Goodwill Decision-Making in Multinational Corporations: Information Asymmetries and Decision-Making Authority at MNC Headquarters, Subsidiaries and Retailers
The Neil Hood and Stephen Young Prize for the Most Original New Work (joint winners):
Tiina Leopsky - Value Creation in New Service Development through Customer, Subsidiary and Headquarters’ Knowledge Absorption
Joe Schembri - Which Organizational Structures for SME Opportunity Recognition and Exploitation?
Inaugural John Dunning Prize for Lifetime Achievement
The AIB UK & Ireland Chapter is delighted to announce that the inaugural John Dunning Prize for Lifetime Achievement has been awarded to Stephen Young.
Stephen Young is Emeritus Professor of International Business at the University of Glasgow, UK. His research interests concern firm internationalization, entrepreneurship in MNE subsidiaries and SMEs, and the management, economic development and public policy dimensions of FDI. His publications are numerous and diverse. He started his career with the Government of Tanzania, and was then head of international economics with a UK food organization, before entering academic life. Aside from his posts in the UK, he has had visiting appointments at universities around the world, including Georgetown University where he was an EU-Fulbright Research Fellow. He has worked extensively with national governments and international & multilateral institutions. Apart from advancing research in international business, Stephen has also played a prominent role in safeguarding the long-term well-being of our subject area. His passion for, and support and guidance of, doctoral students and early career researchers has made a major contribution to the development of the next generation of international business researchers. He has been primary supervisor of 25 successful doctoral researchers. Furthermore, he has been a founding father and strong supporter and friend of the AIB UK & Ireland Chapter.
We are pleased to announce that the 2017 AIB-UKI conference will be hosted by the University of Reading
and will be held between 6 and 8 April, 2017
We are pleased to announce that the 2018 AIB-UKI conference will be hosted by the University of Birmingham.
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