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
AIB Fellows Cafe
Delegates will have the opportunity to meet AIB Fellows and discuss with them
WAIB Mentoring Session
AIB UK&I is hosting its second Speed-Mentoring Event for Women in AIB at the University of Greenwich conference, 2021. The aim is to provide a supportive platform for junior faculty, early career researchers and doctoral students to engage in one-on-one interactions with senior women academic mentors through a series of focused conversations about career-related issues.
Mentees will meet with mentors in a ‘speed-dating’ online format. The mentor-mentee conversation is intended to provide helpful advice on a wide range of topics to women looking for answers and insights to career-related questions and challenges they are facing.
The date and time of the session will be advertised soon.
For details of the first event held in 2019 at the University of Sussex, Brighton see https://www.aib-uki.org
To apply please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 6th April, 2021 headed up: WAIB Speed-Mentoring Event UK&I, Greenwich, 2021
We look forward to meeting you there.
Session Chair: Dr Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow
Co-Chair: Dr Rose Narooz, University of Glasgow
Special Panel Sessions
Discussants: Arif Zaman, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London and Bloomsbury Institute, Dr. Surender Munjal, Leeds University Business School, Dr Brendan Vickers, Head of International Trade Policy, Commonwealth Secretariat, Nnamdi O. Madichie, Research Fellow, Bloomsbury Institute, London, Professor, Unizik Business School, Awka, Nigeria and Robert Ebo, Professor, University of Ghana and Professor, North West University Business School, South Africa
Discussants: Professor Pervez Ghauri, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, Dr. Surender Munjal, Leeds University Business School, Dr Jorge Carneiro, FGV, Sao Paolo, Brazil, Professor Xiaohui Liu, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, Dr Arnold Schuh, Competence Centre for Emerging Markets and CEE, WU Vienna, Austria
Discussants: Professor Becky Reuber, Rotman School of Business, University of Toronto, Professor Olli Kuivalainen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Dr Spiros Batas, University of Greenwich
Discussants: Dr Camilla Jensen, Roskilde University, Dr Dawn Chow, Open University of Hong Kong, Dr Lutz Preuss, Kedge Business School
Discussants: Dr Marianna Marra, University of Sussex, Dr Michael Murphree, Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, Dr Giulio Buciuni, Trinity College Dublin, Patries Boekholt, Innovation Policy Matters, Professor Nick Papageorgiadis, University of Liverpool
Discussants: Professor Davide Castellani, Henley Business School, University of Reading, Dr Sara Amoroso, European Commission, JRC, Professor Marina Papanastassiou, Leeds University Business School, Professor Max von Zedtwitz, Copenhagen Business School, Professor Riccardo Crescenzi, LSE