47th Academy of International Business UK & Ireland Chapter Conference
2-4 April 2020, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
Re-visiting SME and MNE Internationalisation in an era of paradox
Paper submission: 15 November 2019
Deadline doctoral colloquium: 31 January 2020
Doctoral Colloquium: 2 April 2020
Main Conference: 2-4 April 2020
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University of Glasgow, Scotland
Date: 3-4 of April 2020
Venue: Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
Paper submission deadline: 31 January 2020
The Academy of International Business UK & Ireland is introducing a new submission for IB researchers. This will help researchers to present an overview of a paper to a panel of experts.
The poster session provides researchers in International Business with the opportunity to present a short overview of a research paper and receive constructive feedback from a panel of experts. Some of the strong submissions will have the chance to be presented in interactive sessions that are open to all conference delegates and IB experts who will provide constructive feedback.
Please download the call for papers and submission guidelines for the Poster Session HERE.
Paper submissions to the conference will be managed via ConfTool. Please follow the link below to submit your paper: SUBMIT PAPERS.
Authors will submit an extended abstract to one of the main conference tracks. Once the abstracts are accepted. Track chairs will nominate some of the posters to be presented during the main conference and each presenter will have the chance to discuss it with different conference delegates as well as experts in IB.
Abstract Submission length
Authors should submit an extended abstract of (350-500 words) to the relevant main conference track. The abstract should contain research aims and objectives, methodology, key findings and implications for theory and practice (if any). Posters can also be conceptual, review and empirical papers.
All posters should include the following:
1. Paper title and Author(s) names and contact details
2. Summary of research problem or motivation of the study
3. Research aims and objectives
4. Conceptual model (if any)
5. Methodology used
6. Key findings
7. Contributions and implications.
If you have any further questions, please contact:
Conference Chair: Rose Narooz
Conference Committee Members: Pavlos Dimitratos and Margaret Fletcher
For conference related queries, please email: email@example.com