AIB SE 2010


Academy of International Business, Southeast USA Chapter 2010 Annual Conference, St Pete Beach, 27-29 Oct 2010; Deadline 15 Jun

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Academy of International Business, Southeast USA Chapter

2010 Annual Conference, October 27 – 29

TradeWinds Island Grand Resort, St. Pete Beach, FL

Submission Deadline: June 15, 2010

The 2010 annual meeting of the AIB-SE will be held in St. Pete Beach, FL in cooperation with the annual meeting of the Southern Management Association (SMA), on October 27-29. You are invited to submit papers and presentation proposals addressing topics across a breadth of international business topics.

The Conference

The conference centers on the presentation of the newest ideas and work in progress to an international audience. Integration into the SMA annual meeting provides access to a comprehensive placement services, and several publishers’ exhibitions as well as the ability to cross-register and participate in both conferences in a single trip! Please visit our website for paper submission information: for papers 2010.asp

Other special conference features include two William J. Ziegler AIB-SE (USA) Student Awards, one for Ph.D. student papers and one for undergraduate or MBA student papers. Please note that AIB-SE USA welcomes undergraduate and graduate research papers. See awards.htm and more information.

The conference’s hotel is the TradeWinds Island Grand Resort in St. Pete Beach, Florida. A beautiful peninsula located on Florida’s West coast, the area is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to the west and by Boca Ciega Bay to the east. St. Pete is where you want to be!

Areas of Interest

This year we are soliciting papers and symposia that address all areas of International Business from the perspectives of Research, Teaching, and Practice. All work submitted must be original and unpublished/not under review. You are invited to submit empirical, theoretical, and application-to-practice research papers on international business topics from all areas: economics, marketing, human resource management, strategy, finance, and accounting, including cross-cultural, trade, and country-specific studies. Submissions also are encouraged on IB andragogy, including experiential learning exercises and case studies with teaching notes. Works-in-progress, nearing completion, are also invited.

Doctoral Consortium

This year we will also be sponsoring a doctoral consortium on October 27, 2010 from 2 to 5:00 p.m., doctoral students are invited to attend a short Doctoral consortium. For more information, please visit our website consortium 2010.htm .