Programme

Thursday 12th December

Day: Local Business / City Workshops
Day: Choice of 2 Tours (Harewood House and City of Leeds / Castle Howard and City of York)
Evening: Business Confucius Institute / India and South Asia Business Centre Event – Chinese and Indian Investment into the UK: Tracking Leading Firms and Future Trends

 

Friday 13th December

Doctoral Activities at EIBA 2019:

Doctoral Events are aimed at providing an opportunity for young doctoral students to discuss their research plans and works-in-progress, as well as gaining networking and career guidance experience. Two doctoral events will be conducted on 13 December 2019. Participation at the EIBA doctoral events is limited. More information about how to participate in the events is available via the EIASM links below.  Please note that to participate in the doctoral activities, you must be registered for the conference.

33rd EIBA/EIASM John H. Dunning Doctoral Tutorial in International Business (JHD-DT)

8th EIBA/EIASM Danny Van Den Bulcke Doctoral Symposium in International Business (DVDB-DS)

Junior Faculty Activities: 5th EIBA Early Career Network Workshop:

The 5th EIBA Early Career Network Workshop will be an opportunity for junior scholars to interact in a full day workshop relating to their careers and research. Please note that to participate in the junior faculty activities you must be registered for the conference.

Paper Development Workshops (PDWs) at EIBA:

A series of PDWS will be held by various journals, including International Business Review (which is the official EIBA journal). Information on each journal’s submission requirements and the process of submission is in each call below.  Please note that to participate in the PDW activities you must be registered for the conference.

Morning:

Afternoon:

Late Afternoon:

Opening Plenary (Great Hall)

Evening:

Reception (Parkinson Court)

Saturday 14th December

Morning: Plenary and Parallel Sessions
Lunch: Lunch and Poster Session
Afternoon: Plenary and Parallel Sessions

Sunday 15th December

Morning: Plenary and Parallel Sessions
Lunch: Lunch and Poster Session
Afternoon: Plenary and Parallel Sessions (potential Closing Plenaries)
Evening: Gala Dinner (Royal Armouries)

Monday 16th December

On Monday 16th December a series of day-long workshops will be held for participants wanting to learn more about specific subjects and methods and interact with like minded scholars. While these workshops are open to all, EIBA 2019 conference registrants will receive priority in booking for these events and will also receive a substantial discount on the fees.

Post-conference PDWs and Mini Workshops

Tracks

Track TitleTrack Chair #1Track Chair #2
Learning from History: Economic, Social and Political LessonsManuel Hensmans
Solvay Business School (Belgium)
Elizabeth Maitland
University of Liverpool (UK)
International Finance, Accounting and GovernanceKonstantinos Bozos
University of Leeds (UK)
Collins Ntim
University of Southhampton (UK)
Emerging Markets and Regional PerspectivesSantiago Mingo
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (Chile)
Rajesh S Upadhyayula
Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode
Global MarketingJorge Carneiro
FGV São Paulo (Brazil)
Kevin Ibeh
Birkbeck, University of London (UK)
Global StrategyIlya Cuypers
Singapore Mangement University (Singapore)
Mario Kafouros
Manchester University (UK)
People and CultureRiki Takeuchi
University of Texas, Dallas (USA)
Helene Tenzer
Universität Tübingen
Global and Local Economics & InstitutionsEvis Sinani
Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Aldo Musacchio
Brandeis University (USA)
Global ServicesArmando Borda
ESAN Graduate School of Business (Peru)
Hussain Rammal
University of Technology, Sydney (Australia)
Entrepreneurship and Family FirmsXufei Ma
City University of Hong Kong (HK)
Siri Terjesen
American University (USA)
Geographic and Socio Political Dimensions of GlobalizationFlorian Täube
European Business School
Kwame Asamoah
University of Ghana (Ghana)
The Global Value ChainJean-Paul Roy
Queen’s University (Canada)
Holger Görg
University of Kiel (Germany)
Knowledge, Technology and InnovationRicarda B Bouncken
University of Bayreuth
Sorin Krammer
University of Exeter Business School (UK)
Innovations in Teaching (and Learning) International BusinessTamar Almor
College of Management Academic Studies (Israel)
Peter Zettinig
University of Turku (Finland)
MNE Structure, Process and OperationsMarcus Møller Larsen
Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Andreas Schotter
Ivey Business School (Canada)