Academy of International Business US Southeast Chapter Doctoral Consortium, Savannah, GA, 12 Nov 2015; Deadline 30 Sep
Doctoral Student Consortium Call for Applications
2015 Doctoral Consortium Workshop (November 12, 2015)
John McIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology
William Newburry, Florida International University
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2015
The Doctoral Consortium will focus on Ph.D. students in international business, marketing, sustainability, supply chain management, logistics, management, finance and accounting. The faculty panel of the 2015 Doctoral Student Consortium will include a number of accomplished and upcoming international business scholars who have an extensive publication record, have served as editors or are members of the editorial boards of leading academic journals, and have experience in supervising doctoral students.
The consortium will provide a unique opportunity for doctoral students to further develop their research ideas, to learn about the challenges of conducting international business research and building a successful academic career in this field, and to broaden their professional networks. The Doctoral Consortium is a workshop for Ph.D. students from all over the world to further develop their research ideas, to learn about the challenges of conducting business research and building a successful academic career in their field, and to broaden their professional networks.
Consistent with the developmental mission of AIB-SE, the consortium is open for first-year Ph.D. students as well as more advanced Ph.D. students who are in the dissertation phase. Ideally, students should have a strong research idea or be close to completing a thesis proposal, and be far enough away from finishing the thesis that they can make good use of feedback received during the consortium.
The consortium will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2015. Participants in the consortium will be transported by bus from the conference hotel to the Savannah State campus arriving at 9:30, following a brief tour, the consortium will begin at 10:00 until 12:30. Participants will then join the participants of the new faculty consortium and X-Culture program for lunch provided by Savannah State. Finally participants will be transported by bus to the conference hotel by 2:30 pm so you can participate in the afternoon special sessions and evening reception. Although each participant will be required to register for the 2014 AIB-SE Annual Meeting, there are no additional fees for participating in this consortium.
Please apply to the consortium through the AIB-SE 2014 Online Submission System.
Application Content Requirements:
1. Your curriculum vitae
2. A short BIO (not more than 100 words)
3. One-page summary of your dissertation proposal or your expected dissertation topic.
Please combine all material into one pdf file.
The AIB US Southeast Chapter is one of the largest and most active regional divisions of the Academy of International Business’s 18 worldwide chapters. AIB-SE’s annual conference centers on the presentation of the newest ideas in international business to an international audience of academic scholars and business practitioners. The conference is characterized by a strong developmental focus, providing participants with a supportive and collegial platform to discuss and develop ideas, and mentoring and helping authors enhance their papers for publication.
Over the past three years, AIB-SE has experienced a significant transformation and growth. AIB-SE has established itself as a valuable brand in the International Business community and the conference has become the preferred academic meeting of choice for over 350 participants from nearly 40 countries. The Call for Papers for the 2015 conference can be found here:
About the Chairs
John McIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology, John.McIntyre@scheller.gatech.edu
Dr. John R. McIntyre, is founding Director of the Georgia Tech CIBER, professor of management (Strategy Area) in the College of Management with a courtesy appointment in international relations in the Georgia Tech’s Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. He received his graduate education at Northeastern University, completing his Ph.D. at the University of Georgia. Prior to joining Georgia Tech in September 1981, he was Research Associate for International Management at the Dean Rusk Center of the University of Georgia Law School. He has published in journals such as Technology and Society, Public Administration Quarterly, International Management Review, Defence Analysis, Studies in Comparative and International Development, The Journal of European Marketing, Politique Internationale, International Executive, International Trade Journal, among others.
Author or coauthor of the following books: Uncertainty in Business-Government Relations: The Dynamics of International Trade Policy, The Political Economy of International Technology Transfer, International Space Policy: Legal, Economic, and Strategic Options for the Twentieth Century and Beyond, Japan’s Technical standards: Implications for Global Competitiveness, Business and Management Education in China: Transition, Pedagogy and Training, A Handbook: Business and Management Education in Transitioning and Developing Country, Globalization of Chinese Enterprises, The Multinational Enterprise and the Challenge of Sustainable Development. His professional memberships include: Sigma Xi, The Academy of International Business, The Academy of Management, Policy Studies Organization, The American Society for Public Administration. He is the recipient of the State of Georgia Governor’s 2009 International Award in international business education in 2009.
Dr. McIntyre is an expert on the primary aluminum industry. He is fluent in French, Italian, and Spanish.
His service to AIB-SE includes being the host and co-chair for the 2013 AIB-SE conference and the Chair for the Doctoral Consortium in 2014.
William Newburry, Florida International University email@example.com
Professor Newburry is an Associate Professor and the SunTrust Bank Professor at Florida International University. His current research interests focus on how multinational corporations manage and relate to both subsidiaries and employees. He has published 26 articles in top-tier, peer-reviewed journals, including the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies (JMS), Business & Society, and the International Journal of Human Resource Management, among others. He currently serves on the editorial boards of JIBS, JMS and the Global Strategy Journal, and has won multiple best paper awards at academic conferences. He was recently listed as one of the 31 most prolific authors in JIBS, the top journal in the international business field, out of 740 authors who published in the journal during the period 1996 to 20061. Additionally, he was among the top 34 most prolific authors out of 2495 authors who published in six top international business journals combined for this same period.
Prof. Newburry is currently President/Chapter Chair of the Academy of International Business Latin America Chapter (AIB-LAT). He previously served as co-chair of the AIB-LAT Meetings held in Puebla, Mexico in April 2013 and Miami in April 2012. He was also recently co-chair of both the Strategic Management Society (SMS) Special Conference held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in March 2011, as well as the SMS Extension Conference held at FIU in November 2011. He previously held a 3-year elected position in the Global Strategy Interest Group of the Strategic Management Society, which progressed from Associate Program Chair (2006-2007) to Program Chair (2007-2008) to Interest Group Chair (2008-2009). He is also an active member of the Academy of International Business, the Academy of Management, and the Reputation Institute.
Before joining FIU, Dr. Newburry was employed at Rutgers Business School in the Department of Management and Global Business. He received his Ph.D. in 2000 from New York University’s Stern School of Business, with co-majors in the fields of international business and management. Prior to pursuing an academic career, he worked six years in the F-15 Contracts and Pricing Department at McDonnell Douglas Corporation in St. Louis, where he coordinated cost estimation, negotiation and document preparation of U.S. and Saudi Arabian government contracts for F-15 aircraft production and associated engineering changes. During this time, he also proposed and administered F-15 parts contracts with Kawasaki Heavy Industries of Japan.
His service to AIB Southeast is as co-chair of the doctoral consortium in 2014.