ANZIBA 2022 CONFERENCE
Victoria University of Wellington
21 – 23 February 2022
Will be available here in early February 2022
Awards & Prizes
Despite the relatively modest size of the ANZIBA conference (typically 80-100 people), we are proud of the fact there are three substantial prizes associated with our conference.
- The first is the ANZIBA Best Paper Award – selected from amongst all papers accepted to the competitive stream of the conference. Link to past winners
- The second is the Lawrence Welch Prize – Challenging the Status Quo – awarded to the best paper that challenges prevailing orthodoxy in IB. The selected paper may be purely theoretical or based on primary data; and will be selected from amongst the papers accepted to the competitive stream of the conference.
- The third is the Sid Gray Prize – The Most Promising Thesis Proposal selected from amongst the proposals accepted for the doctoral colloquium. Link to past winners
All three awards carry a AUD $1,000 prize, plus free registration at the conference in the subsequent year.
Online Submissions Open: Mon., 5 July 2021
Competitive Paper & Panel Submission Deadline (extended): Thur., 30 September 2021
Doctoral Colloquium & PDW Submission Deadline: Mon., 8 November 2021
All Acceptance Notifications by: Mon., 22 November 2021
Registration Open: Mon., 22 November 2021
Registration Deadline for Presenters * : Fri., 31 January 2022
(i.e. lead authors/organizers for all forms of submissions)
* if you have not registered by this date, your submission will be removed from the conference program.
The conference will have two keynote speakers to reflect its theme and focus on the Asia Pacific.
The first keynote speaker will be Professor S. Tamer Cavusgil. Professor Cavusgil holds the Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair at Georgia State University, is the founding Executive Director of the Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER) at Georgia State University and also a Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB). As a Senior Fulbright Scholar to Australia, Professor Cavusgil also taught at Monash University. He has authored more than a dozen books and over 200 papers in the areas of firm internationalization, global strategy and research on emerging markets. In his recent research, he has been focussing on the evolution of middle-class in rapidly transforming economies.
The second keynote speaker will be a New Zealand speaker (to be confirmed) familiar with government policies as well as knowledge of the Asia Pacific region.
Local Organising Committee
The conference will be formally hosted by the Victoria University of Wellington, with Professor Siah Hwee Ang as the Conference Chair.