This annual event has, over the last few years, manifested itself as a valuable opportunity to obtain collegial feedback on ongoing research. It provides a forum to develop future journal articles and research book publications, as well as to network with other researchers working in the area of International Business. Early-mid career academics and PhD students are particularly welcome.
The AIB-ANZ Chapter meeting is an annual event held in collaboration with the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA).
Scheduled at the transition period between teaching and the summer 'paper writing' season, the AIB-ANZ chapter meeting allows the region’s IB researchers to come together as a community and network, be reinvigorated, and re-focus our research efforts prior to a summer of research productivity.
The meeting includes
Topic: ‘Developing Cultural Agility’
Professor Paula Caligiuri (Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy, Northeastern University, USA) is a leading expert in strategic human resource management with a focus on global leadership development, international assignee management, and cultural agility. Named as one of the most prolific authors in international business, Paula has authored or co-authored many articles and books. Paula’s academic publications include several articles in the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and International Journal of Intercultural Relations. Paula is president of the consulting firm TASCA Global and is a frequent expert guest on CNN and CNN International.
Registration is free for current AIB members. To register for the event, and for details about the venue, please click here
Registration is free for current members of the Academy of International Business (AIB).
To become a member of the AIB, please visit: aib.msu.edu/membership/
As well as becoming members, PhD students have the option of networking with their peers.Read More Register
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