ANZIBA Best Paper Award

The ANZIBA Best Paper Award is presented annually at the ANZIBA Conference, and beginning this year attracts a cash prize of AUD $1,000 plus free registration at the next year’s conference. The winning paper is selected from the conference competitive stream.

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2021 Best Paper:

Understanding HQ-subsidiary relations throughout COVID-19: A Tripolar Time Conceptualisation for MNE learning and unlearning

Gabriele Suder, RMIT University, Australia
Monica Riviere, ISC Paris, France
Carol Reade, San Jose State University

2020 Best Paper:

When does global mindset affect headquarter-subsidiary relationship

Jizhong Li, Curtin University, Perth
Fuming Jiang, Curtin University, Perth
Tony Travaglione, University of Newcastle, NSW

2019 Best Paper:

Don’t let a lucky streak define your international business – The impact of prior success on risk-taking in foreign direct investment

Jan Hendrik Fisch, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Kathrin Schwaiger, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

2018 Best Paper:

Modern Slavery as an International Business: An Old Institutionalism Perspective.

Snejina Michailova, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Christina Stringer, University of Auckland, New Zealand

2017 Best Paper:

I am not who I claim to be.

Duc Nguyen, University of Sydney Business School, Sydney

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 Internationalization: Recasting and Extending the Uppsala Model

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