Conferences and Events

Palgrave Macmillan offers a prize of £200 for the best paper presented at the ANZIBA Annual Conference.

2016 Best Paper:

Institutional overlap as a basis for international business

  • Robbert Maseland, University of Groningen, Netherlands

 

2015 Best Paper:

The Genesis of De Novo Marketing Capabilities and the Subsequent Development of Dynamic Marketing Capabilities: A Qualitative Perspective

  • Taina Eriksson, University of Turku, Finland
  • Mari Ketolainen, University of Turku, Finland
  • Alexandra Kriz, University of Sydney, Australia

2014 Best paper:

Institutional forces and Environmental Management Strategy: Moderating Effects of Complementary Assets and Environmental Orientation

  • Yuanfei Kang, Massey University, New Zealand
  • Xinming He, Durham University Business School, UK

2013 Best paper:

The Impact of Entrepreneur-CEOs in Microfinance Institutions

  • Trond Randøy, University of Agder, Norway
  • R. Øystein Strøm, Oslo and Akershus University College, Norway
  • Roy Mersland, University of Agder, Norway

2012 Best paper:

Inertia and Inertia and Internationalization: Recasting and extending the Uppsala model, competitive paper at ANZIBA conference.

  • Douglas Dow, Melbourne Business School
  • Peter Liesch, University of QUeensland
  • Catherine Welch, University of Sydney
  • Lawrence Welch, Melbourne Business School

2010 Best paper:

A Mediating Model of Psychic Distance and FDI Market Selection

  • Douglas Dow, Melbourne Business School
  • Björn Ambos, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
  • Lars Håkanson, University of Queensland


Highly commended:

Collectivism in the GLOBE Culture Study

  • Sunil Venaik, University of Queensland
  • Paul Brewer, University of Queensland


The Role of the Internet on International Market Growth of Australian Firms: An Exploratory Study

  • Shane Mathews, Queensland University of Technology
  • Constanza Bianchi, Queensland University of Technology


Do Foreign Banks Really Lend a Hand? Banking Sector FDI and Productivity Growth in Chinese Firms, 1999 – 2006

  • Alex Eapen, University of Sydney 
  • Siyang Wang, ANZ Bank

 

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ANZIBA was established with the aim of providing opportunities for international business scholars to engage with each other more effectively at the local level, to communicate their research findings and encourage research collaboration, to share knowledge of new teaching methods, resources and programs, and to support the development of doctoral
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