Australia and New Zealand International Business
The 2020 Conference will be 17-19 February in Sydney, Australia
ANZIBA 2020 CONFERENCE
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
17 – 19 February 2020
Local Organizing Team:
University of Technology Sydney,
University of Technology Sydney,
University of Sydney,
Paul Beamish is Professor of International Business at the Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada. He has been a Fellow of the AIB since 1997. He is the author or co-author of 60 books and 135 refereed articles. His books are in the areas of International Management, Strategic Management, and International Joint Ventures. He has received the best research awards from the Academy of Management, the AIB, and the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC). He served as Editor-in-Chief of JIBS from 1993-97, and Associate Dean for Research at Ivey from 1999-2004. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and the Asia Pacific Foundation.
Online Submissions Start: July 1, 2019
Paper/Panel Submission Deadline: September 2, 2019
Research Student Consortium Application Deadline: November 15, 2019
Authors Notified By: November 15, 2019
Research Consortium Applicants Notified By: November 22, 2019
Registration Open: November 15, 2019
Early Registration Deadline: January 3, 2020
Registration Deadline for Presenters: January 3, 2020
Regular Registration Deadline: January 24, 2020
The 2016 conference was 17-19 February 2016 in Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ACADEMY (ANZIBA) CONFERENCE
Sydney, 17-19 February 2016
some pictures from the 2016 conference:
The Discipline of International Business at the University of Sydney Business School and the School of Management at University of New South Wales (UNSW) are pleased to invite IB scholars worldwide to present their research at the Annual Conference of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA).
The theme of the conference is “Contextualizing Theory in IB”. While the importance of context has been recognized widely in international business research, incorporating it explicitly for theory building is in its infancy. This conference encourages scholars to share their novel ideas pertaining to theory building through incorporating context in research.
The conference features a one-day Doctoral Colloquium on Wednesday, 17 February, hosted at UNSW. This is followed that same evening by a welcoming reception for all conference attendees, and then two days of concurrent presentation sessions on the 18-19 February, hosted at the the University of Sydney Business School’s CBD campus, 133 Castlereagh St.
Tracks and track chairs:
1. Internationalization and Global Strategy
Gracy Yang, University of Sydney and Karen F. Tian, University of Newcastle
2. International Human Resource Management
Betina Szkudlarek, University of Sydney
3.Institutional context, institutional evolution and Multinational Corporations
Chinmay Pattnaik, University of Sydney and Alex Eapen, Australia National University
4. Culture and Cognition
Stefan Volk, University of Sydney and Andre Sammartino, University of Melbourne
5. International Collaborations: Alliances, Mergers and Acquisitions
Bo Nielsen, University of Sydney and Siggi Gudergan, University of Newcastle
6. Internationalization Process
Sid Gray, University of Sydney and Peter Liesch, University of Queensland
Sanjaya Gaur, Sunway University and Hanoku Bathula, University of Auckland
8. Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Aegean Leung, University of Sydney and Charlene Zietsma, York University
9. Latecomer Firms from Emerging Economies
Pradeep Ray, University of New South Wales
10. Role of Information Systems in IB
Simon Poon, University of Sydney and Angsana A. T., Auckland University of Technology
11. Research Methodology
Catherine Welch, University of Sydney and Tine Koehler, University of Melbourne
12. Teaching in IB
Ranjit Voola, University of Sydney and Mark Freeman, University of Sydney
More detailed track descriptions can be found here.
Local Organising Committee:
The organizing committee consists of Vikas Kumar (Conference Chair), Sid Gray, Hans Hendrischke, Bo Nielsen, Catherine Welch (University of Sydney), Ricardo Flores (University of New South Wales) and Rob Jack (Macquarie University).
Some Images from the 2015 Conference…
ANZIBA 2016 Keynote Speaker:
- Globalization and NGOs (with Hildy Teegen, Praeger, 2003),
- Handbook on Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business (with Steve Stumpf, Elgar, 2005),
- Multinationals and Development (with Alan Rugman, Yale University Press, 2007),
- NGOs and Corporations: Conflict and Collaboration (with Michael Yaziji, Cambridge University Press, 2009),
- Aligning for Advantage: Competitive Strategies for the Political and Social Arenas (with Thomas Lawton and Tazeeb Rajwani, Oxford University Press, 2014), and
- International Management: Culture, Strategy, and Behavior (with Fred Luthans, McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 9th ed., 2015), the best selling international management text.
He has presented more than 80 papers at international conferences, and served AOM, AIB, and SMS in numerous capacities, including Chair of AOM’s Organizations and the Natural Environment Division for 2015-2016.
He has been Associate Editor and Special Issue Editor for several journals, including JIBS, and is currently Editor- in-Chief of Journal of World Business.
He was ranked as the 12th most prolific international business scholar for the period 2001-2009 (Lahiri & Kumar, 2012) and his cases, simulations, and articles have won a number of awards.
In March of 2015, he was elected a fellow of the Academy of International Business.
He holds a Ph.D. in strategic and international management from George Washington University.