45rd Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference 12-14 April 2018, Birmingham, Business School, University, UK

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AOM 2016 Theme: Making Organizations Meaningful

76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

THEME: Making Organizations Meaningful

2016 Annual Meeting Theme Image

Academy of Management Vice President and Program Chair

Mary Ann Glynn, Boston College

Anaheim, California, United States

August 5 – 9, 2016

Organizations occupy a central role in the ways we live our lives, for better and for worse.  They enable   us to be more efficient, to access goods and services faster than ever before, and to share information and experiences across the globe. And yet, they are not unproblematic.  Recently, there have been highly publicized corporate scandals, Wall Street corruption, and failures of government to meet the needs of its citizens, with a resulting rise in public distrust and questioning of organizations’ reasons for being.  We often take as given that an organization’s purpose to produce economic value; and, although economic value can often add to social value, sometimes it does not.  This disjuncture raises the question of meaningfulness.

43rd Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference 07-09 April 2016, London, Birkbeck University, UK

check the website of the conference at:,Birkbeck.aspx


International Business in a multi-speed global economy

International businesses, in their various manifestations, have arguably been among the stellar performers of the post-crisis global economy – marked by vacillating levels of growth, opportunities and risks across countries and sectors. They do so by deploying innovative, competitive and collaborative strategies and assiduously pursuing growth opportunities in diverse national, regional and global markets, including emerging and emerged frontiers. Despite these laudable efforts, the global economy has continued to stutter, remaining at best in a multi-speed dial. The 43rd AIB-UKI Conference aims to challenge IB scholars, practitioners and policy makers to reflect on ideas and strategies to further stimulate and access cross-border market opportunities and networks, and advance the global economy.

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AIB Newsletter Vol. 21, No.1 First Quarter 2015

Just off the Press. Click here:


How to Get a Doctorate – and More – Distance Learning (Frieling Verlag)

42st Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference
16-18 April 2015, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK

Have a look at the youtube by Prof. Dr Heinz Tuselmann:

or check the website:



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UKI Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB)

  • The UKI Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB) is the leading association of scholars and specialists in the field of international business in the UK and Ireland.
  • It is the largest chapter of the worldwide AIB

42nd AIB-UKI conference, Manchester Metropolitan University

  • Conference date: 16-18 April 2015
  • Conference paper submission deadline extended to 29th Jan 2015
  • Conference Chair: Prof Heinz Josef Tüselmann

Peter J Buckley elected to a Fellow of the British Academy

  • Prof Peter Buckley was elected to a Fellowship of the British Academy on 17th July 2014. Congratulations for this award!
  •  Doctoral colloquium
    • Hosted by: Manchester Metropolitan University
    • Doctoral colloquium convenor: Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow


I was accepted with 3 papers and was once session chair, see the pictures.

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41st Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference
10-12 April 2014, The York Management School, University of York

Conference theme: Achieving a New Balance? The Rise of Multinationals from Emerging Economies and the Prospects for Established Multinationals

Conference host and chair: The York Management School, Prof Yingqi Wei and Prof Frank McDonald

Organising Committee:
Professor Annie Wei, University of York (
Professor Frank McDonald, University of Bradford (
Dr Kevin Tennent, University of York (
Dr Yoo Jung Ha, University of York (
Palitha Konara, University of York (

Key Note Speakers:
Professor Peter Buckley
Professor Jean-Francois Hennart

Please click on the below link to open the conference’s website:

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