PAST ANZIBA CONFERENCES:

2020 conference

The 2020 conference took place in Sydney on 17-19 February, hosted by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). The keynote speaker was Professor Paul Beamish from Ivey Business School. The doctoral colloquium was also hosted by UTS. Associate Professor Hussain Rammal was Conference Chair. The proceeding for the 2020 conference can be accessed here. The password for the proceedings was distributed to all attendees at the time of the conference. If you have forgotten please contact us at president@anziba.org.

ANZIBA 2020 Program

2019 conference

The 2019 conference took place in Perth on 11-13 February, hosted by the Curtin University. The keynote speaker was Professor Jiatao Li from HKUST. The doctoral colloquium was also hosted by Curtin. Professor Fuming Jiang was Conference Chair and the convenor of the doctoral colloquium was Dr Jizhong (Forest) Li. The proceeding for the 2019 conference can be accessed here. The password for the proceedings was distributed to all attendees at the time of the conference. If you have forgotten please contact us at president@anziba.org.

ANZIBA 2019 Program

2018 conference

The 2018 conference took place in Brisbane on 31 January-2 February, hosted by the University of Queensland Business School. The keynote speakers were Professor Peter Buckley and Mr Neil O’Sullivan – Managing Director of NOJA Power. The doctoral colloquium was also hosted by UQ Business School. Dr Andre Pekerti was Conference Chair and the convenors of the doctoral colloquium were Sunil Veniak and Yunxia Zhu. The dedicated 2018 conference website can be accessed here.

ANZIBA 2018 Program

2017 conference

The 2017 conference took place in Adelaide on 15-17 February, hosted by the University of South Australia Business School. The keynote speakers were Patricia McDougall-Covin, William L. Haeberle Professor of Entrepreneurship at Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business and Tamer Cavusgil, Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair at Georgia State University in Atlanta Georgia, USA, Visiting Professor, UniSA . The doctoral colloquium was hosted by Flinders Business School. Susan Freeman was Conference Chair and the convenors of the doctoral colloquium were Tamer Cavusgil and Greg Fisher.

ANZIBA 2017 Program

2016 conference

The 2016 conference took place in Sydney on 17-19 February, hosted by the Discipline of International Business at the University of Sydney Business School. The keynote speaker was Jonathan Doh, Professor of Management at the Villanova School of Business. The doctoral colloquium was hosted by the School of Management at University of New South Wales (UNSW). Vikas Kumar was Conference Chair and the convenor of the doctoral colloquium was Ricardo Flores.

ANZIBA 2016 Program 

2015 conference

The 2015 conference took place on 11-13 February 2015, hosted by the Melbourne Business School in Melbourne, Australia. The conference was opened with a keynote address from S. Tamer Cavusgil (Georgia State University), and closed with the conference dinner speech given by Peter Buckley (University of Leeds). The doctoral colloquium took place on 11 February and was hosted by Deakin University. Douglas Dow was the Conference Chair and Doren Chadee the convenor of the doctoral colloquium.

ANZIBA 2015 Program 

2014 conference

The 2014 conference was hosted by the Department of Management and International Business at the University of Auckland’s Business School, in Auckland, New Zealand. The conference featured two days of concurrent presentation sessions on the 13-14 April, followed by a one-day Doctoral Colloquium on 15 April. The conference theme was ‘International Business: Institutions, Organisations, and Markets’.

ANZIBA 2014 Program 

EARLIER CONFERENCES

ANZIBA 2013 Conference – Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, April 18-20, 2013.    ANZIBA 2013 Program
ANZIBA 2012 Conference – University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia, April 12-14, 2012.   ANZIBA 2012 Program
ANZIBA 2011 Conference – Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, April 28-30, 2011.   ANZIBA 2011 Program
ANZIBA 2010 Conference – University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, April 15-17, 2010.
ANZIBA 2009 Conference – University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, April 16-18, 2009.
ANZIBA 2008 Forum – RMIT, Melbourne, Australia, June 6-7, 2008.
ANZIBA 2007 Conference – University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia, November 9-10, 2007.
ANZIBA 2006 Conference – Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, November 16-18, 2006.
ANZIBA 2005 Conference – Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, November 10-11, 2005.
ANZIBA 2004 Conference – University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia, November 5-6, 2004.
ANZIBA 2003 Conference – University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, November 7-8 2003.
ANZIBA 2002 Conference – Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, 8-9 November 2002.
ANZIBA at AIB 2001 Conference – AGSM, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 16-19 November 2001.
ANZIBA 2000 Conference – University of Auckland, University of Waikato, Auckland, New Zealand, 13-14 October 2000.
ANZIBA 1999 Conference – University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 1-2 October 1999.
ANZIBA 1998 Conference – University of Melbourne, Australia, 13-14 November 1998.

AIB OCEANIA SYMPOSIA:Download a copy of the 2019 conference program in PDF format

EARLIER AIB OCEANIA CHAPTER ANNUAL SYMPOSIA

(formerly AIB-ANZ)

2017 – November, Host institution – University of Otago, New Zealand
2016 – 11-12 November, Host institution – Management Discipline Group, UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney
2015 – 20-21 November – ‘Interdisciplinary Research in International Business’ Host institution – Queensland University of Technology
2014 – 13 November – ‘Changing and Leading International Business: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective’. Host institution – Charles Sturt University
2013 – 22 November – ‘Interdisciplinary Research in International Business’ Host institution – University of Newcastle
2012 – 9 November – ‘Emerging Issues in International Business’ Host institution – Melbourne Business School
2011 – 8 November – ‘Culture in International Business’ Host institution – University of Queensland
2010 – 9 November – ‘Managing across Borders: Decisions and Performance in Different Institutional and Cultural Environments’ Host institution – Flinders University
2009 – 9 November – ‘Firms in the Asia-Pacific Region: 21st Century Realities’ Host institution – Monash University
2008 – 9 December – ‘Research and Teaching in International Business’ Host institution – University of SydneyANZIBA-2019-Program

ANZIBA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS:

RECENT ANZIBA MEETINGS

ANZIBA-2020-Feb-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2019-Feb-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2018-Feb-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2017-Feb-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2016-Feb-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2015-Feb-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2014-Apr-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2013-Apr-AGM-Minutes
ANZIBA-2012-Apr-AGM-Minutes

INAUGURAL ANZIBA MEETINGS
Inaugural Meeting – 14th November 1998
Foundation Meeting – 9th September 1997

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