“THE RISE OF NEW APPROACHES TO INTERNATIONALISATION: STRATEGIC AND MANAGERIAL IMPLICATIONS”
DATES: MAY 30 – JUNE 1 2018
Presently, internationalisation, and more so globalisation are facing numerous challenges. For several reasons, countries and regions have embarked on a journey that alienates them from the paradigm of global approaches to doing business. Since late June 2016, the British referendum resulted in a process of separation of the United Kingdom from the European Union. The November 2016 presidential election in the United States of America brought about a new vision for the role and participation of the US in international business. Thus, the terms related to nationalism and regionalism have come up and are becoming new regulators for the ways in which countries and firms take and will take part in the internationalisation process. How will the contemporary trends in the policies of countries impact international business on nation-, state- and firm level? Will the latest trends impact companies and industries – and if so, how? Will the notion of value chains be impacted, and will we see an increased disintegration hereof? The role of the context becomes of critical importance; what changes would be associated with this trend? The impact of nation states becomes more significant in defining the ways in which internationalisation process will take place. Other institutions on a national level start changing their roles and functions. Thus, what will be the institutional impact on the international activities of firms and industries? These and numerous other related issues raise questions that need relevant studies.
The goal of the 7th Biannual Aalborg International Business Conference is to further our understanding of how these issues should be addressed and dealt with.
HOST & VENUE:
The International Business Center at Aalborg University will be hosting the event (www.ibc.aau.dk)
The conference venue will be Comwell Conference Center in the beautiful Rebild Hills near Aalborg (www.comwellsport.dk)
Deadline for all submissions: 15. March 2018
Acceptance Notification: 15. April 2018
Registration Deadline: 1. May 2018
MAKING SENSE OF TRENDS AND EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION: THEORY AND PRACTICE PERSPECTIVES
DETAILS: MAY 28 – JUNE 1, 2018, AALBORG, DENMARK. 5 ECTS.
This course is offered as part of International Business Centre bi-annual conference. It aims to acquaint PhD students with latest theoretical, methodological and practical advancements in the field of international business. By the end of the course the PhD students will have gained skills and knowledge in current and future trends in international business; in dealing with methodological issues and challenges; in enhancing personal scholarship. PhD students will have the opportunity to meet and discuss with leading professors in international business and marketing.
Professor Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University, NL
Professor Naresh Malhotra, Georgia Tech, USA
Professor Pervez Ghauri, University of Birmingham, UK
Professor Jorma Larimo, Vaasa University, FI
Associate Professor Maria M. Smirnova, St. Petersburg University, RU
Professor Olav Sorensen, Aalborg University, DK
Professor Marin Marinov, Aalborg University, DK
Professor Svetla Marinova, Aalborg University, DK
Associate Professor Dmitrij Slepinov, Aalborg University, DK
3ECTS if students opt for PhD course only (Mon-Wed)
5ECTS if students opt for PhD colloquium that consists of PhD course (3ECTS) and conference (2ECTS, Thu-Fri)
(We will open for submissions on January 1, 2018. Paper templates can already be downloaded in the submenu “Author Guidelines”)
We welcome the submission of at different stages development.
One of our main objectives is to provide a friendly environment for established and young scholars to share ideas and improve their manuscripts. The papers will be subject to a double-blind review and grouped into full papers and working papers.
See the panes in the menu to the right for instructions.