The Global Marketing SIG serves members who have an interest in the teaching, research, and facilitating of global marketing. The Global Marketing SIG is one of the largest and most active special interest groups in the AMA. They create value for their members through newsletters, special international conferences and pre-conference and in-conference sessions. They are dedicated to faculty growth and education and to the development of new knowledge.
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- Facilitate interaction among academics, business people, and government representatives;
- Promote the globalization of marketing courses;
- Foster research on global marketing issues; and
- Disseminate research findings, theoretical contributions, and successful business practices among members.
These objectives are accomplished though activities, such as:
- Offer conference seminars and programs that will enhance classroom and research activities;
- Offer competitive, in-conference sessions of peer-reviewed papers and panels;
- Sponsor international conference with the Academy of Marketing (UK) on a bi-annual basis;
- Co-sponsor other international conference(s) when and where appropriate;
- Support international activities that augment AMA international objectivies;
- Recognize contributions of scholars to the development of international marketing education.
For more information, please visit the Global Marketing SIG website.
Excellence in Global Marketing Research
The Excellence in Global Marketing Research Award recognizes an outstanding article published in a widely recognized and highly respected refereed journal that has made a significant contribution to the literature on global marketing. A panel of past winners of the Global Marketing SIG awards, current and past editors/co-editors of the Journal of International Marketing, and other distinguished academics appointed by the board of directors of the AMA Global Marketing SIG selected the winner.
2021: Stephen A. Samaha, Joshua T. Beck, and Robert W. Palmatier (2014). The Role of Culture in International Relationship Marketing. Journal of Marketing
2020: Steenkamp, J.-B. E. M., & de Jong, M. G. (2010). A Global Investigation into the Constellation of Consumer Attitudes toward Global and Local Products. Journal of Marketing, 74(6), 18–40
2019: Gerard J. Tellis, Jaideep C. Prabhu, and Rajesh K. Chandy (2009), “Radical innovation across nations: The preeminence of corporate culture,” Journal of Marketing 73 (1), 3-23.
2018: Luis Filipe Lages, Sandy D. Jap, and David A. Griffith (2007), “The role of past performance in export ventures: A short-term reactive approach,” Journal of International Business Studies 39 (2), 304-325.
2017: Gielens, Katrijn and Dekimpe G. Marnik (2007), “The entry strategy of retail firms into transition economies,” Journal of Marketing 71 (2), 196-212.
2015: Katsikeas, Constantine S., Saeed Samiee and Marios Theodosiou (2006), “Strategy fit and performance consequences of international marketing standardization,” Strategic Management Journal, 27(9), 867-890.
2014: Laszlo Tihanyi, David A. Griffith and Craig J. Russell (2005), “The Effect of Cultural Distance on Entry Mode Choice, International Diversification, and MNE Performance: A Meta Analysis,” Journal of International Business Studies, 36 (3), 270-283.
2013: Neil A. Morgan, Anna Kaleka and Constantine S. Katsikeas, Leeds University (2004), “Antecedents of Export Venture Performance: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Assessment,” Journal of Marketing, 68(1), 90-108.
Significant Contributions to Global Marketing
The Significant Contributions Award honors a scholar who has contributed significantly to the field of global marketing. A panel of past winners of the Significant Contributions award, current and past editors/co-editors of the Journal of International Marketing, and other distinguished academics appointed by the board of directors of the AMA Global Marketing SIG selected the winner.
2021: Adamantios Siamantopoulos, Vienna University
2020: Bodo Schlegelmilch, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
2019: David A. Griffith, Texas A&M University
2018: Jan-Benedict Steenkamp, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2017: Saeed Samiee, University of Tulsa
2015: Daniel C. Bello, Georgia State University
2014: Jeryl Whitelock, University of Bradford
2013: Subhash C. Jain, University of Connecticut
Global Marketing Chair:
University of New Hampshire
Global Marketing Vice Chair of Membership, Awards, and Recognitions:
Constantine S. Katsikeas
Leeds University Business School
Global Marketing Vice Chair of Communications:
Linda Hui Shi
University of Victoria
Global Marketing Conference Liaison:
Global Marketing Conference Liaison:
University of Leeds
Global Marketing PhD Liaison:
The University of Tennessee
Global Marketing Treasurer:
The University of Alabama
Global Marketing Immediate Past Chair:
West Virgina University