48th Academy of International Business UK & Ireland Chapter Conference
14-16 April 2021, University of Greenwich, London
International Business: Mega Trends and the need of rethinking current
University of Greenwich, London
Date: 14 April 2021
Venue: University of Greenwich (Online)
Paper submission deadline: 19 February 2021
The AIB UK & Ireland Chapter organises the doctoral colloquium for PhD students doing research in the area of International Business. The Doctoral Colloquium provides doctoral researchers in international business with the opportunity to present and discuss their research with a panel of distinguished scholars in interactive sessions that are open to all conference delegates. The doctoral colloquium is held in a collaborative, open and friendly atmosphere. Students receive oral and written feedback from leading experts in the field on the positioning of their research, refining their data collection approach and translating their work into papers. Doctoral students at different stages of the thesis process can apply for participation in the doctoral colloquium.
Please click here to download the call for papers and submission guidelines for the Doctoral Colloquium.
There will be two streams, A and B, based on the stage of the student’s research. Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Papers must be solely authored by the student. Joint papers, with the supervisor or any other co-author, will not be accepted.
Papers submitted to the Doctoral Colloquium must be submitted under one of the tracks:
Doctoral Colloquium Stream A Advanced/Intermediate, or
Doctoral Colloquium Stream B Developmental.
Paper submissions to the conference will be managed via COMS. Please follow the link below to submit your paper:
Papers submitted to the Main Conference cannot be submitted also to the Doctoral Colloquium.
There are two prizes associated with the Doctoral Colloquium:
The Michael Z. Brooke Doctoral Prize (£200 and a certificate): for the best doctoral paper.
The Neil Hood and Stephen Young Prize (£200 and a certificate): for the most original new work.
The Academy of International Business UK and Ireland (AIB-UKI) is pleased to announce the constitution of AIB-UKI - Adam Smith Best Doctoral Dissertation Award for which applications are now invited. The award (a £350 prize and a certificate; sponsored by the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow) recognises doctoral research that has made significant contribution to the field of International Business.
For further information on how to submit an application for this award, please download the call for applications here.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Doctoral Colloquium Convenor -
Dr Surender Munjal (S.Munjal@lubs.leeds.ac.uk).
Conference Chair: Spiros Batas
Conference Committee Members:
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