Local Contexts in Global Business

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Local Contexts in Global Business

Vancouver, Canada June 23–26, 2014

Program Chair: Klaus Meyer, China Europe International Business School

Hosted by:

where international business ideas grow SFU is proud to be the host of the 2014 AIB Meetings and excited to welcome the world’s preeminent IB scholars to Vancouver. Situated in the Pacific Northwest and known as the ‘Gateway to Asia’, Vancouver has evolved into a dynamic hub for international trade, technological innovation and sustainable resource development. As such, our mission at the Beedie School of Business has been to embed IB into our research and programming to reflect Vancouver’s place in the world economy. Some of our highlights include: » Offering the Americas MBA for Executives in partnership with FIA Business School, Fundação Instituto De Administração, ITAM, Instituto Tecnologic Autonomo de Mexico and Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management. » Achieving research excellence: Our research, particularly in strategy and cross-cultural management, consistently ranks the Beedie School of Business among the best IB research groups in the world. » Joining the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) in 2011.

» Launching the Jack Austin Centre for Asia Pacific Business Studies – a joint venture between the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and Simon Fraser University. » Forming the Canadian International Institute for Extractive Industries and Development (CIIEID) in 2012, a coalition with the University of British Columbia (UBC) and École Polytechnique de Montréal (EPM). » Launching the award winning Aboriginal EMBA program in 2012 to address the growing importance of First Nations relations in the context of local and global business.

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Wolf emblem courtesy of James Michels www.bentcedarbox.com

We would like to congratulate Rosalie Tung from the Beedie School of Business as the newly elected AIB President.

Welcome from the Local Host

Dear Members of the Academy of International Business On behalf of the SFU Beedie School of Business, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Vancouver. Needless to say, we are thrilled to be hosting the AIB 2014 Annual Conference. The Beedie School of Business has a strong tradition of engagement with AIB and we are proud of the IB research that is so much a part of our DNA. We are particularly proud that our colleague, Dr. Rosalie Tung, has been elected as AIB President for 2014 – 2015. The AIB 2014 conference is organized around the theme “Local Contexts in Global Business” and Vancouver represents an appropriate location to consider the interplay between the forces driving both globalization and localization. Vancouver is Canada’s Gateway to the Pacific Rim, a city that has been called the most Asian city outside of Asia, a city where more than half the population was not born in Canada, and a city where over 200 languages are spoken. We are proud of our international networks, but at the same time have developed a local culture that is reflective of this diversity but is distinctly our own. Of course one cannot fail to note the physical beauty that surrounds us. Living near and in nature has heightened our awareness of the fragility of the environment and this awareness has shaped our sensibility and become part of Vancouver’s unique local culture. At the same time, we are home to hundreds of internationally active mining companies, many of them operating in challenging physical environments across the world. Vancouver has emerged as a dynamic hub for international trade, technological innovation and sustainable resource development, all of which are -- not coincidentally -- central to our mission at SFU’s Beedie School of Business. Thus, with its spectacular natural setting, its global investment linkages, and its distinct fusing of cultures from around the world, I have no doubt that Vancouver will serve as the perfect setting for AIB conference attendees to collaborate, network, engage and play. I would like to thank all of the people, too numerous to name individually, who have contributed so much of their time to make this Conference possible. It has been a pleasure working with our colleagues from the AIB. I would also like to thank our sponsors for their generous support. Finally, but not least, I want to thank James Michels who contributed the logo for this Conference. James’ art reminds us that we are holding this conference on the traditional territories of First Nations peoples, people who themselves have been so important in creating the local culture that helps to make Vancouver a global city. I hope that your stay in Vancouver is rewarding, and that you return to visit us regularly and often.

Sincerely,

Dr. Daniel Shapiro Dean, Lohn Foundation Professor Beedie School of Business



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President’s Letter

BOARD MEMBERS

Welcome to Vancouver for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business! Vancouver is, according to various surveys, one of the most livable cities in the world. It is also a gateway to Asia, as well as a center of trade activity between the US and Canada. Over half of the population has a first language other than English (guess which one dominates?) The outdoors activities are spectacular, from the ocean to nearby Whistler. We really appreciate the hard and thoughtful work carried out by Klaus Meyer and his track chairs to put together an outstanding meeting for us. With the central theme of ”Local Contexts in Global Business”, they have organized nearly 200 sessions with around 700 papers for our discussions. From new theories of international business to defining the domain of our discipline, along with loads of empirical evidence about international business, there is a wealth of opportunity for us to discuss and debate and to better understand business across national borders. The recurring themes of the importance of culture in cross-border business, relations with non-company stakeholders such as governments and NGOs, the internationalization process, and networks of companies in global business feature prominently in the program, along with some specific focus on local context. In addition to the regular sessions in the meeting, we will have the traditional Doctoral Consortium and Junior Faculty Consortium on the first day that ends with the Presidential Reception. Now in its second year, the Mid-career Consortium will take place on that day as well. The board and I would also like to take this opportunity to remember and honor some of the early leaders in the IB field who passed away since last year’s meeting, including John Ryans, Vern Terpstra, and Danny Van Den Bulcke. Their contributions to our field and to our association were fundamental in bringing us to where AIB and international business are today.

President Robert Grosse

President-Elect Nakiye Boyacigiller

Immediate Past President Mary Ann Von Glinow

Vice President Program (2014) Klaus Meyer

Vice President Program-Elect (2015) Ram Mudambi

Vice President Program-Past (2013) Patricia McDougall

Vice President Administration Peter Liesch

Vice President Administration Elizabeth Rose

We would like to thank our host institution for welcoming us to Vancouver: Simon Fraser University. We particularly thank local arrangement coordinator Danny Shapiro for his leadership in getting the meeting here and providing local arrangements. So welcome to Vancouver. We are looking forward to lively interchange of ideas in the meetings and an opportunity to learn a lot about this special place in the world’s second largest country which has at the same time the second fewest people per square kilometer. Rob Grosse AIB President

Vice President Administration Jeremy Clegg

Executive Director G. Tomas M. Hult

INCOMING MEMBERS (for 3-year term beginning August 1, 2014)

President-Elect Vice President Vice President Rosalie Tung Program-Elect Administration (2016) Sumit Kundu Charles Dhanaraj

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Contents

Welcome to Vancouver From the Local Host. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 President’s Letter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Letter from the Program Chair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Sponsors and Contributors Program Committee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Conference Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Reviewers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Awards AIB Fellows Executive of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 AIB Fellows Educator of the Year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 AIB Fellows Eminent Scholar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Program Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Logistics General Conference Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Floor Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 New to AIB Conference Scholars Meet Practice Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 AIB Interact (Exhibitor Presentations). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Meet Your Chapter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Program Program Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Detailed Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Program Contributor Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Exhibitors Exhibit Hall Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Exhibitor Listing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 About AIB The AIB Secretariat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Past Presidents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Past Conference Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Fellows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Institutional Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Chapters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Upcoming Chapter Conferences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 AIB 2015 — Bengaluru, India AIB 2015 Call for Papers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Bengaluru Welcomes AIB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114-115



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From the 2014 Program Chair Dear AIB Colleagues, A very warm welcome to the diverse and vibrant city of Vancouver and to the 55th Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business! This year’s theme “Local Contexts in Global Business” is particularly appropriate to our Vancouver location as the city sits at the crossroads of many cultures, especially the interface between North America and East Asia. Globalization is increasing opportunities for business to create value by bridging across different local contexts. At the same time, local contexts retain their distinct characteristics in terms of, for example, culture, regulations, resources and human capital. Increasing interactions across nations, however, does not necessarily lead to convergence: Local communities retain their distinctiveness. In fact, for many, local identity may even become more important in response to the anonymous forces of globalization. On the other hand, some communities, such as our host city Vancouver, thrive on the interaction of people from a diversity of backgrounds, and become hubs of global business. Communities also build on local values, which can themselves become global. Many papers in this year’s program take up these themes and investigate how businesses engage with, or adapt to, different contexts in which they operate. Such engagement takes place at multiple levels, from individuals in international careers, to firms strategizing on the global stage, to businesses interacting with government policy makers to shape the rules of the game. As this program goes to press, over 1000 individuals have registered for the conference and will be able to choose from 4 plenary sessions, 9 special sessions, 35 panels, 93 competitive paper sessions, 51 interactive paper sessions and many special events. The number of submissions has been one of the highest in the history of the association. With so many quality submissions, the task track chairs faced to narrow their acceptances to the allocated targets was daunting. Meeting attendees will be similarly challenged in their choice of sessions to attend as there are so many stimulating choices. In most time slots the full conference attendees will be able to choose from 15 sessions of panels, competitive and interactive session papers. Let me highlight of the events awaiting you at the 2014 AIB Conference. Pre-conference Consortiums. This year’s pre-conference offers workshops for doctoral students, junior faculty and mid-career faculty, each with a distinguished group of faculty panelists. The Doctoral Student Consortium is chaired by Sarianna Lundan. The Junior Faculty Consortium is chaired by Heather Berry and the Mid-Career Consortium is chaired by David Reeb. JIBS/AIB Paper Development Workshop. The workshop is chaired by Petra Christmann with John Cantwell as Co-Chair. It will provide scholars with developmental feedback on their current research projects in international business studies. New Members Welcome Tea. Meet the AIB President, Robert Grosse, and other Board members in a special welcome to all members attending the AIB conference for the first time. Opening Ceremony. Our conference will start with a Coast Salish Traditional Welcome from the indigenous communities of Vancouver, followed by introductions to the program, and the recognition of this year’s Educator of the Year. Special t-shirts for the first 200 attendees will be available again this year. Be sure to show up early and claim a t-shirt as they are sure to be prized items again this year. AIB Fellows Plenary. The conference theme of “Local Contexts in Global Business” will be at the centre of the first major event, the AIB Fellows Panel. Chaired by Alain Verbeke, I will offer my reflections for choosing this conference theme, followed by Alan Rugman’s perspective on regional contexts, and Geoff Jones’ insights into historical contexts. The Presidential Reception will follow. Scholars meet Practice. Our hosts at Simon Fraser University have organized three panels to discuss issues at the interface of scholarship and management practice (sessions 1.1.2, 1.4.2, 2.1.2). These panels feature business leaders such as Sean Yang, President, Huawei Canada (to be confirmed), Ray Castelli of Weatherhaven, and Eric Ma of Neusoft. WAIB (Women in the AIB) hosts Wednesday a further scholars meet practice session on women in business in Canada featuring Gerl Prior of ICBC and Juggy Sihota-Chahil of TELUS (session 2.2.2).

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Fellows Café. Early risers will every morning have the opportunity for a casual discussion with one of the AIB Fellows before the start of the main program. UNCTAD Sessions. UNCTAD will launch its 2014 World Investment Report at the AIB conference. James Zhan and Hafiz Mirza will introduce the report, and Bin Xu, Ram Mudambi and Jeremy Clegg will provide commentaries. Join the experts behind the report for the launch event on Tuesday (session 1.3.2), and for further discussion of the report theme “Investing in the Sustainable Development Goals: The TNC contribution” on Wednesday (session 2.3.2). Free Trade Areas. In the final scholars meet practice session, experts will be discussing the experience of the US-Korea Free Trade Area, and its lessons for future FTAs (session 2.5.2). AIB Fellows Eminent Scholar Award. Richard Rumelt will be honored with this award and will provide a plenary keynote speech on “Diversification, Good Strategy and Bad Strategy” (session 1.2.1). Commentaries will be provided Shige Makino, Jose de la Torre and Kathleen O’Connor. Rosalie Tung will chair the session. AIB Fellows Executive of the Year Award. Dominic Barton of McKinsey is the recipient of this year’s AIB Fellows Executive of the Year Award (session 3.2.1). Following his speech on international strategic management in the consultancy business, George Yip and Alain Verbeke will offer their comments. The session will be chaired by Ravi Ramamurti. Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award Presentations. The five finalists for this year’s award are Snehal Suyash Awate (Indian School of Business), Marcus M. Larsen (Copenhagen Business School), Miguel Matos Torres (Universidade de Aveiro), Lars Matysiak (Justus Liebig University Giessen), and Surender Munjal (University of Leeds). Join session 1.4.1 to meet researchers likely to shape future research agendas of the AIB. This award was formerly known as the Farmer Award. 2014 JIBS Decade Award. The winners of the award are Gary Knight and Tamer Çavusgil for their paper, “Innovation, organizational capabilities, and the born-global firm”. Following their retrospective, commentaries will be provided by Ivo Zander and Nicole Coviello. John Cantwell chairs this session 3.3.1. Panels. All panels have been organized as forums for debate on contemporary issues. On Tuesday, for example, you can join discussions on cross cultural competences (session, 1.1.1, chaired by Mary Maloney), on the role of language in MNEs (session 1.3.1, chaired by Mary-Yoko Brannen), on boundary spanning in global organizations (session 1.4.3, chaired by Ajay Gaur), on role of MNEs in economic development (session 1.5.1, chaired by David Teece and Sunyong Leih), on emerging market multinationals (session 1.5.2 chaired by Peter Williamson) and on the efficiency assumption of the MNE (session 1.5.3, chaired by Joseph Clougherty). From Vancouver to Bangalore. The panel on “Understanding Multinational-New Venture Ecosystems” with participants from India on Thursday introduces many themes of keen interest to businesses in next year’s AIB host city, Bangalore (session 3.4.1). Gala Event. We will enjoy the views over Vancouver Harbor during our gala event at the Vancouver Convention Centre West on Wednesday night. Lunches and Coffee Breaks. The coffee breaks and lunches, which are a special and unique feature of AIB, provide members the opportunities to discuss new ideas with old friends and extend your network to new colleagues from around the worls. AIB Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony. Don’t miss this important wrap-up of the conference with executive reports and award recognitions, and an outlook to our 2015 conference in Bangalore (session 3.5.1). AIB Awards/Farewell Reception. The reception is sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan, publishers of JIBS, in honor of all the winners of awards being given out at the AIB conference. This is a time for celebration and bidding farewell to colleagues and friends. These are just a few of the many stimulating sessions.



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Putting together this program has been a truly collaborative effort. This program would not have been possible without the 1170 submissions by authors (of which 912 submissions as competitive papers) from 64 countries. The challenge of reviewing so many papers in a short time span was accomplished by 1611 reviewers who provided valuable input to authors and track chairs. My sincere thanks go to all authors and reviewers. The Fellows have organized the three plenary sessions that are sure to be outstanding, and they will meet members for open ended informal discussions in the Fellow’s Café each morning. Alain Verbeke and Alan Rugman, who represented the Fellows, coordinated the panels, while Eleanor Westney took responsibility for the Fellow’s Café. Their efforts in creating these opportunities for engaging with senior scholars in our community are highly appreciated. The track chairs had to make tough decisions and constructed the many interesting sessions offered this year. It was a joy working with this group of talented and committed colleagues as we pulled the program together. Special thanks go to each one: Davina Vora, Shameen Prashantham, Dana Minbaeva, Janet Y. Murray, Vikas Kumar, Felipe Monteiro, Aya Chacar, Jordan Siegel, Pavida Pananond, Gabriel Benito, Sheila Puffer, Pei Sun, Lars Oxelheim, Timothy Devinney, Andreas Schotter, and Lin Cui. Our local hosts had done so much to make our conference in Istanbul memorable. Thanks to Simon Fraser University, and very special thanks to Dean Daniel Shapiro, the local host chair who was instrumental in arranging so many special events. I thank Chang-Hoon Oh, Jing Li and Mila Lazarova for coordinating the host panels, and Kirk Hill and Elaine Lo and their colleagues for working through many logistics challenges. Throughout the process, the AIB Executive Board members have provided valuable guidance. Ram Mudambi undertook all the coordination of pre-conference activities. Robert Grosse, Elizabeth Rose, Patricia McDougall, Peter Liesch, Mary Ann von Glinow, Nakiye Boyacigiller, Jeremy Clegg and Tomas Hult offered much valuable advice and support. Many of you likely corresponded with Amber Zhao, my assistant, who handled hundreds of emails and in general made herself indispensable; and supported us from Hong Kong after her departure from CEIBS. I also thank my colleagues at CEIBS for your support ­— and your patience when other aspects of my work suffered as my mind was occupied with AIB. Lastly, I want to thank the key person who has made this conference possible. AIB is so fortunate to have Tunga Kiyak and his exceptional team at Michigan State University. Every year, Tunga supports the new program chair with infinite patience. The IT infrastructure built and supported by his team at MSU are absolutely essential to make the program chair role manageable. Tunga’s professionalism never wavers, and his attention to every detail enables us to accommodate almost every reasonable request. He is creative and competent, and he is always exceedingly gracious and helpful. Tunga, thank you for not only your work on this conference but also for all your work for AIB, year after year. Thanks also to each AIB member for giving me the honor and pleasure to serve as Program Chair. I hope that this year’s conference will provide you with rich intellectual stimulation, not only for your own research projects, but for wider contributions that you may aspire to!

Klaus Meyer Vice-President Program, Academy of International Business Professor of Strategy and International Business China Europe International Business School

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

2014 Conference Program Committee PROGRAM CHAIR

Klaus Meyer - China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), China



TRACK CHAIRS

Davina Vora - State University of New York at New Paltz, USA Shameen Prashantham - Nottingham University Business School China Dana Minbaeva - Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Janet Y. Murray - University of Missouri - St. Louis, USA Vikas Kumar - University of Sydney, Australia Felipe Monteiro - INSEAD, France Aya Chacar - Florida International University, USA Jordan Siegel - Harvard Business School, USA

Pavida Pananond - Thammasat University, Thailand Gabriel Benito - BI Norwegian Business School, Norway Sheila Puffer - Northeastern University, USA Pei Sun - Fudan University, China Lars Oxelheim - Lund University, Sweden Timothy Devinney - University of Leeds, UK Andreas Schotter - Ivey Business School, Canada Lin Cui - Australia National University, Australia

PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM COORDINATOR Ram Mudambi - Temple University

DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM CHAIR

Sarianna Lundan - University of Bremen, Germany

JUNIOR FACULTY CONSORTIUM CHAIR

Heather Berry - George Washington University, USA

MID-CAREER CONSORTIUM CHAIR

David Reeb - National University of Singapore, Singapore

AIB/JIBS PAPER DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP Petra Christmann - Rutgers University, USA John Cantwell - Rutgers University, USA Alexandra Vo - Rutgers University, USA

PLACEMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR

Hadi Alhorr - Saint Louis University, USA

BUCKLEY AND CASSON AIB DISSERTATION AWARD SELECTION COMMITTEE Peter Buckley - University of Leeds (Chair), UK Mark Casson - University of Reading, UK Anupama Phene - George Washington University, USA Rebecca Piekkari - Aalto University, Finland

TEMPLE/AIB BEST PAPER SELECTION COMMITTEE Kazuhiro Asakawa - Keio University (Chair) Peter Liesch - University of Queensland Elizabeth Rose - University of Otago Aya Chacar - Florida International University

HAYNES PRIZE SELECTION COMMITTEE

Rudolf Sinkovics - University of Manchester (Chair) Jane Lu Wenzhen - University of Melbourne Olli Kuivalainen - Lappeenranta University of Technology Jennifer Oetzel - American University

HOST INSTITUTION Simon Fraser University



HOST SCHOOL ACADEMIC COMMITTEE Danny Shapiro Eric Gedajlovic Chang Hoon Oh

HOST SCHOOL STAFF COMMITTEE Kirk Hill Jennifer Peng Elaine Lo

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Pre-Conference Event Sponsors

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New Members Welcome Tea

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AIB 2014 Reviewers We would like to thank the 1337 reviewers that helped make the 2014 conference a possibility. We would especially like to recognize the Best Reviewer Award winners listed below, in bold and in alphabetical order, as nominated by the AIB 2014 Track Chairs: Gianpaolo Baronchelli, University of Bergamo Rene Belderbos, University of Leuven Marion Sandrine Bitsch, Turku School of Economics Michael Bowe, University of Manchester Trevor Buck, Glasgow University Lucrezia Casulli, University of Strathclyde Murali Chari, RPI Daniel Han Ming Chng, CEIBS Daniel Richard Clark, Indiana University Reid W. Click, George Washington University Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University Nicolas Maurice Dahan, Temple University Stephen DeLoach, Elon University Carolyn P. Egri, Simon Fraser University Stacey R. Fitzsimmons, Western Michigan University Verena Gruber, WU Vienna Exequiel Hernandez, University of Pennsylvania Kyoung Yong Kim, University of Houston Francisco J. Acedo, Universidad de Sevilla Senay Acikgoz, Gazi University Kweku Adams, University of Calgary María de las Mercedes Adamuz, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México Fida Afiouni, AUB School of Business James Agarwal, University of Calgary Raj Aggarwal, University of Akron Yaghoub Ahmadi, Payame Noor University Christina Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University He Soung Ahn, Korea University Faisal M Ahsan, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow Mujtaba Ahsan, San Diego State University Niklas Åkerman, Linnaeus University Serkan Akguc, Temple University Mahtab Akhavan Farshchi, London South Bank University Akram Al Ariss, Toulouse Business School Gerald Albaum, University of New Mexico Filippo Albertoni, Politecnico di Milano Juciara Nunes Alcantara, University of Lavras Sandra Seno Alday, University of Sydney Todd Alessandri, Northeastern University Constantinos Alexiou, Cranfield Murod Aliyev, University of Leeds Vinicio Almeida, UFRN - Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte Saad Abdulaziz Almosa, Prince Sultan University Akmaral Altaliyeva, International Academy of Business Maria Aluchna, Warsaw School of Economics

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Marcelo J. Alvarado-Vargas, University of Toledo Isabel Alvarez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Elisa Alvarez-Garrido, Georgia State University Gisela Alves, University of Minho Claes G Alvstam, University of Gothenburg Mohamed Amal, Regional University of Blumenau Joseph Amankwah-Amoah, Bristol University Wolfgang Amann, Goethe University Lyn Suzanne Amine, Saint Louis University Mohit Anand, FORE School of Management Subramaniam Ananthram, Curtin University John Anderson, University of Northern Iowa Svante Andersson, Halmstad University Naoki Ando, Hosei University Josmar Andrade, Universidade de S. Paulo Mohd Akbar Ansari, IIM Lucknow India Jolanta Aritz, USC Jean-Luc Arregle, Emlyon Business School Ahmad Arslan, University of Vaasa Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University Jack Aschkenazi, American International University Christian Asmussen, CBS Alexander Assouad, Kennesaw State Rashmi Assudani, Xavier University Samaa Attia, British University in Egypt Anthony John Avallone, Berkeley College

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Miikka J. Lehtonen, Aalto University Grigorios Livanis, Northeastern University Jasenko Ljubica, University of Split Xufei Ma, Chinese University of Hong Kong Peter Magnusson, Florida International University Valentina Marano, University of Alabama Susan Mudambi, Temple University Quyen Nguyen, University of Reading Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School Jana Oehmichen, Georg-August-University Goettingen Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University Brian C Pinkham, Ivey Business School Wesley Pollitte, University of Southern Mississippi B. Sebastian Reiche, IESE Business School Arjen Slangen, RSM Erasmus University Cristina Villar, University of Valencia Bernard Martin Wolf, York University Sandra Awanis, Lancaster University Snehal Suyash Awate, Indian School of Business Akbar Azam, University of Bologna Daniel Wayne Baack, University of Denver Vernon Bachor, Simon Fraser University Faten Baddar Al-Husan, University of Bedfordshire Fawaz Baddar Alhussan, IESEG School of Management Benjamin Bader, University of Hamburg Jen Baggs, University of Victoria Somayehsadat Bahmannia, University of Otago Tao Bai, University of Hong Kong Nicholas Bailey, University of South Carolina David Scott Baker, University of Louisiana at Lafayette George Balabanis, City Universtiy Melodena Balakrishnan, University of Wollongong in Dubai Zandra Balbinot, UQÀM-Université du Québec à Montréal Lydia Bals, Copenhagen Business School Elitsa R. Banalieva, Northeastern University Rodrigo Bandeira-de-Mello, FGV-EAESP Shuji (Rosey) Bao, Old Dominion University Lou Anne Adrianna Barclay, University of the West Indies Gianpaolo Baronchelli, University of Bergamo Tais Siqueira Barreto, Florida Atlantic University António Correia De Barros, ISCAP

Cordula Barzantny, Toulouse Business School Spiros Batas, University of Edinburgh Georgios Batsakis, University of Kent Matthias Baum, University of Kaiserslautern Chris Baumann, Macquarie University Andreas Bausch, University of Giessen Paul Beamish, Ivey Business School Lawrence Beer, Arizona State University Rene Belderbos, University of Leuven Elena Beleska-Spasova, University of Reading Mohamed Belkhir, UAE University Olfa Ben Arfa, Qatar University Stefanie Shirlee Ann Beninger, Simon Fraser University Mirko Benischke, University of Auckland Mamoun Benmamoum, Saint Louis University Hamdi Bennasr, King Saud University Robert Bennett, Delaware County Community College Maureen Benson-Rea, University of Auckland Rosalind A Bergemann, GMS Business School Paloma Bernal Turnes, Rey Juan Carlos University Roberto Bernardes, School of Industrial Engineering Heather Berry, George Washington University Marie-Ann Betschinger, NRU Higher School of Economics Tolulope Bewaji, University of the West Indies, Mona

Sumon Kumar Bhaumik, Aston University Ali Bhayani, University of Wollongong Constanza C. Bianchi, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Tsvetomira Vladimirova Bilgili, University of Memphis Soniya Billore, Linnaeus University Melissa Birch, University of Kansas Allan Bird, Northeastern University Julian Birkinshaw, LBS Marion Sandrine Bitsch, Turku School of Economics Ervin Black, Brigham Young University Daniel J Blake, IE Business School Agyenim Boateng, Glasgow Caledonian University Jean Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY Andrea Boellis, Politecnico di Milano Bistra Boeva, University for National and World Economy David Boggs, Eastern Illinois University Cheryl Boglarsky, Human Synergistics, Inc. Daniela Bolzani, University of Bologna Michael Harris Bond, Polytechnic University of Hong Kong Suleika Bort, University of Technology Kaiserslautern Moritz M. Botts, European University Viadrina Frank Adrien Bouchet, University of Tulsa Michael Bowe, University of Manchester Harry Bowen, Queens University of Charlotte Nakiye A. Boyacigiller, Sabanci University Brendan Boyle, University of Newcastle Kristin Martina Brandl, CBS Mohamed Branine, Dandee Business School Barbara Brenner, Danube University Krems Wolfgang Breuer, RWTH Aachen University Chris Brewster, University of Reading Keith D Brouthers, King’s College London Nádia Campos Pereira Bruhn, UFG Johan Bruneel, Gent Iniversiteit Richard Brunet-Thornton, Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze Edward Ray Bruning, University of Manitoba Garry Bruton, Texas Christian University John Buchanan, University of Cambridge Marcelo Bucheli, University of Illinois Trevor Buck, Glasgow University Edward Buckingham, Nottingham University Business School China Ricardo E. Buitrago R., La Salle University Amanda Bullough, Thunderbird School of Global Management Osama Jawaid Butt, Bahria University Lahore Pinar Buyukbalci, Yildiz Technical University Madhavi C Vasanta, PAGWON Claudia Cacia, University of Salerno



Huifen Cai, University of Huddersfield Li Cai, Jilin University Yingdan Cai, University of Groningen Aurora Calderón-Martínez, University of Alicante Cristina Lelis Leal Calegario, Universidade Federal de Lavras Goran Calic, Purdue University Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University Cyntia Calixto, FGV Jose Campa, IESE Business School Katherine Campbell, University of North Dakota Sue F Canney Davison, Pipal Ltd ( SFU) Anthony Cannizzaro, George Washington University Marcelo Cano-Kollmann, Temple University Javier Capape, ESADE Business School Dan V. Caprar, UNSW Australia Jorge Carneiro, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Steven Carnovale, Rutgers University Matteo Giuliano Caroli, Luiss Guido Carli University Flavia Carvalho, FDC Luisa Carvalho, Open University Portugal Tania Casado, University of Sao Paulo Jose Casillas, University of Seville R. Mitch Casselman, St. John’s University Fabio Cassia, University of Verona Sarah Castaldi, University of Groningen Renee Castrigano, Cleveland State University Andres Mauricio Castro Figueroa, Universidad del Rosario Lucrezia Casulli, University of Strathclyde Virginia Cathro, University of Otago Domenico Ceglia, Federal University of Ceara Claude B. Cellich, International University in Geneva Bora Cetin, University of St. Gallen Brian R. Chabowski, University of Tulsa Doren Chadee, Deakin University Dominic Chai, Seoul National University Masud Chand, Wichita State University Bidhan Chandra, State University of New York Empire State College Mike Chen-ho Chao, William Paterson University of New Jersey Murali Chari, RPI Reccia Natasha Charles, St. George’s University Amit Jain Chauradia, University of Illinois Meena Chavan, Macquarie University Shankar Chelliah, Universiti Sains Malaysia Aizhen Chen, Xiamen University Charles Chen, University of Phoenix Chia-Pin Chen, National Chung-Hsing University Hao-Cheng Chen, National Cheng Kung University

Hsiu-Li Chen, Ming Chuan University Huei-Fang Chen, Soochow University Hung-hsin Chen, East China Normal University I-Shuo Chen, Trinity College Dublin Liang Chen, University of Leeds Lu-Jui Chen, Ming Chuan University Nancy, Yfeng Chen, Lingnan University Ran Chen, Hong Kong Baptist University Shih-Fen Chen, Ivey Business School Shu-Jen Chen, Alliant International University Wang-Kun Chen, Jinwen University of Science and Technology Wenjie Chen, George Washington University Xi Chen, New York University Xing Chen, Chinese University of Hong Kong Yi-Ping Chen, Chung-Hsing University Dazhong Cheng, Fudan University Junjun Cheng, Fudan University Luyun Cheng, University of York Sylvie Chetty, University of Otago Che Chao Chiang, Cheng Shiu University Abdulrahman Chikhouni, Concordia University Tachia Chin, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies Natalia Chiryaeva, North-Eastern Federal University Carlos H. Chiu, National Taiwan University Chih-Fang Chiu, National Taiwan University Hui Yun Chiu, National Chengchi University Amon Chizema, Loughborough University Daniel Han Ming Chng, CEIBS Seho Cho, Rutgers University Youngsam Cho, Korea University Byoung Kwon Choi, Sangmyung University Don Seung Choi, Sogang University Jongmoo Jay Choi, Temple University Eliane Choquette, Aarhus University Sheng-Fang Chou, De Lin Institute of Technology Farzana Chowdhury, Indiana University Valeri Chukhlomin, SUNY Empire State College Wootae Chun, Saint Louis University Daniel Richard Clark, Indiana University Kim Clark, St. Mary’s College of California John Clarry, Rutgers University Lisbeth Claus, Willamette University Reid W. Click, George Washington University Joseph Clougherty, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Elisa Cobas-Flores, Tecnológico de Monterrey Alain Coen, UQÀM Scott Brian Cohen, Western International University

Martin Coiteux, Bank of Canada Beatriz Coningham, RTI International Mary Conway Dato-on, Rollins College Cristanna Marie Cook, Husson University Mark Cook, University of Wolverhampton Joseph Cooper, University of Wyoming Cheryl Marie Cordeiro, University of Gothenburg Rafael Corredoira, University of Maryland Teresa Gomes Valente Costa, Setúbal Polytechnic Institute Daniel Joseph Costello, Chengdu University of Technology Frank Florinel Cotae, Mount Royal University Dafnis N. Coudounaris, University of Vaasa Carole Couper, University of Glasgow Nicole Coviello, Wilfred Laurier University Rafel Crespi-Cladera, Universitat Illes Balears Nuno Fernandes Crespo, ISEG Javier Calero Cuervo, University of Macacu Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University Douglas Cumming, York University Michael Cummings, University of Minnesota Erzsebet Czako, Corvinus University of Budapest Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Gilberto Figueira da Silva, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Mikey Da Silva Neto, CASOP Nicolas Maurice Dahan, Temple University Weiqi Dai, Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics Mourad Dakhli, Georh Colin David Dale, University of Reading Alfredo D’angelo, University of Glasgow Akash Dania, Alcorn State University Wade Danis, University of Victoria Izzet Sidki Darendeli, Temple University Saad Znad Darwish, Applied Science University Monisha Das, University of Maryland ES Pinaki Dasgupta, IIFT Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University Tobias Dauth, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management Dirk De Clercq, Brock University Pedro de Faria, University of Groningen Alice de Jonge, Monash University Renato de Mello, Coppead/UFRJ Sharon DeGroote, Lawrence Technological University Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University Stephen DeLoach, Elon University Xinming Deng, Wuhan University Ziliang Deng, Renmin University of China Stefano Denicolai, University of Pavia

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Geoffrey Desa, San Francisco State University Sameer Anant Deshpande, University of Lethbridge Dr. Vijay Dhole, University of Pune Adamantios Diamantopoulos, University of Vienna Christian Dianoux, University of Lorraine Marleen Dieleman, National University of Singapore Marcellinus Chum Dike, Aalto University Desislava Dikova, Vienna University of Economics and Business John Raymond Dilyard, St. Francis College Pavlos Dimitratos, University of Glasgow Nikolay Akhilles Dimitriadi, Rostov State University of Economics Magdalena Dobrajska, Copenhagen Business School Harald Dolles, Molde Univesity College Isabel Cristina Dos Santos, University of São Caetano do Sul W.G. Douglas Fernandez, Florida International University Douglas Dow, University of Melbourne Peter Dowling, La Trobe University Antony John Drew, University of Newcastle Nigel Driffield, Aston University Rian Drogendijk, Uppsala University Zhirong Duan, Tsinghua University Paulo Alexandre Duarte, University of Beira Interior Meral Dulger, Bogaziçi University Gregory Dunn, National University of Singapore Gary Arthur Dusek, Nova Southeastern University Florence Duvivier, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management Bernadine Dykes, University of Delaware Azusa Ebisuya, Osaka University Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M University Jesper Edman, Hitotsubashi University Matthias Eggertsson, Keiser University Majid Eghbali Zarch, Ivey Business School Carolyn P. Egri, Simon Fraser University Mats Ehrnrooth, Hanken School of Economics Yousef Eiadat, University College Dublin Mohammad Niamat Elahee, Quinnipiac University Albert Garland Elam, International Business Academy B. Elango, Illinois State University Eric Philip Eller, Upper Iowa University Laetitia Em, University of Groningen Emine Erdogan, Rutgers University Yvette Njan Essounga, Fayetteville State University Andre M Everett, University of Otago Frances Fabian, University of Memphis Yasir Yasin Fadol, Qatar University Di Fan, Deakin University Hong Fan, Saint Mary’s University

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Shea Fan, University of Melbourne Tony Fang, Stockholm University Bassam Farah, Ivey Business School Mehdi Farashahi, Concordia University Omar Al Farooque, University of New England Balazs Fazekas, Kyoto University Anthony Fee, University of Technology Sydney Dorothee Feils, University of Alberta Susan Feinberg, Temple University Christian Felzensztein, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Monika Alexandra Fenchel, IHI Zittau Jing Betty Feng, Georgia State University Charles Fenner, SUNY Canton Mark G Fenton, University of Wisconsin Stout Alejandro M. Fernandez Castro, National University of Ireland Stephanie A. Fernhaber, Butler University Manuel Portugal Ferreira, Uninove - Universidade Nive de Julho Fragkiskos Filippaios, University of Kent Stacey R. Fitzsimmons, Western Michigan University Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow Chavi C.Y. Fletcher-Chen, IESEG School of Management Afonso Fleury, Universidade de São Paulo Ricardo Flores, University of New South Wales Henry Fock, Hong Kong Baptist University John Ford, Old Dominion University Rosa Portela Forte, University of Porto Johann Fortwengel, Free University of Berlin Anne Marie Francesco, June Francis, Simon Fraser University Chiara Franco, Catholic University of Milan Daniel Patrick Friesen, Eastern Washington University Fabian Jintae Froese, University of Goettingen Dina Frutos-Bencze, Saint Anselm College Qingfen Fu, Tsinghua University Jeferson de Araujo Funchal, Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Sul Eddy Fung, British Columbia Institute of Technology Peter Gabrielsson, University of Vaasa Giorgio M Gandellini, University of Roma Tre Gerald Yong Gao, University of Missouri-St. Louis Roberto Garcia, Indiana University Carlos Garcia-Pont, IESE Business School Sergio Garcilazo, Universidad Panamericana Ivan Lapuente Garrido, UNISINOS Jose-Mauricio Geleilate, Florida International University Simona Gentile-Lüdecke, Bremen University

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Suresh George, Coventry University Guy Gessner, Canisius College Yamlaksira Shewangizaw Getachew, Western University Animesh Ghoshal, DePaul University Sonia Ghumman, University of Hawaii at Manoa Brett Anitra Gilbert, Rutgers University G. Ronald Gilbert, Florida International University Dr Kawal Gill, University of Delhi Edward Gillmore, Malardalen University J.Greg Gimba, Nova Southeastern Univeristy Lyn Glanz, GIHE Charmaine Glavas, Queensland University of Technology Jose Godinez, Merrimack College Kubilay Gök, Abdullah Gul University Marcelo de Biazi Goldberg, Fundacao Getulio Vargas Andrea Goldstein, OECD Sougand Golesorkhi, Manchester Metropolitan University Núbio Vidal de Negreiros Gomes Filho, University of Coimbra Yuan-yuan Gong, Kyoto University Miguel Gonzalez-Loureiro, University of Vigo Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT John Goodell, University of Akron Paul Gooderham, NHH Yasaman Gorji, John Molson School of Business Sid Gray, University of Sydney Oksana Grebinevych, Emlyon Business School Winsome Olwen Greenwood, Northern Caribbean University Gary Douglas Gregory, University of New South Wales Peder Greve, University of St. Gallen Carroll Howard Griffin, Valdosta State University Christoph Grimpe, Copenhagen Business School Birgitte Grogaard, University of Calgary Robert Grosse, American University of Sharjah Verena Gruber, WU Vienna Philippe Gugler, University of Fribourg Isin Guler, Sabanci University Janti Gunawan, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Berrin Guner, Rowan University Patrick Gunnigle, University of Limerick Ying Guo, University of South Australia Vijay Kumar Gupta, Indian Institute of Management Furkan Amil Gur, Louisiana State University Georg Guttmann, University of St. Gallen Yoo Jung Ha, University of York James M. Hagen, Hamline University

Aida Hajro, Brunel University Lars Hakanson, Copenhagen Business School Tilo F. Halaszovich, University of Bremen Kavita Miadaira Hamza, University of Sao Paulo Jung-Hoon Han, Yonsei University Qin Han, University of Alberta T.J. Hannigan, Temple University David Parker Hanson, Duquesne University Savita Hanspal, College of Saint Rose Andy Wei Hao, University of Hartford Faisal Harahap, Florida International University Simon Harris, University of Edinburgh Wesley Eric Harry, Chester and Cass Sandra Melanie Hartl, Macquarie University Vanessa Hasse, Western University Olga Hawn, Boston University Denitsa Blagoeva Hazarbassanova, Copenhagen Business School Bruce Allen Hearn, University of Sussex Katrin Held, University of Hamburg Jini Heller, GIHE Dr. Marilyn M. Helms, Dalton State College Martin Hemmert, Korea University Witold Jerzy Henisz, University of Pennsylvania Exequiel Hernandez, University of Pennsylvania Monica D Hernandez, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Paula C Herring, DeVry University Peter Hertenstein, University of Cambridge Anna Katharina Hildisch, Georg-August-University Goettingen Mikael Hilmersson, Halmstad University Brian Hilton, Nottingham University Juha Hinkkanen, Lappeenranta University of Technology Seev Hirsch, Tel Aviv University Mia Hsiao-Wen Ho, Yuan Ze University Bersant Hobdari, Copenhagen Business School Katharina Maria Hofer, Johannes Kepler University Linz Joerg S. Hofstetter, University of St.Gallen Gahye Hong, Korea University Jacky Hong, University of Macau Jung Kee Hong, Freelancer Junjie Hong, University of International Business and Economics Sungjin J. Hong, Queen’s University Belfast Jeou-Shyan Horng, Hungkuang University Elena Horska, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra Jörg Hruby, Hochschule für Unternehmensführung Tsung-Yu Hsieh, Ming Dao Univesity Chia Chen Hsu, National Chi Nan University

Chin-Chun Hsu, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Wenchung Hsu, National Chi Nan University Cheng-Li Huang, Tamkang University Chiung Yi Huang, Yuan Ze University Heng-Chiang Huang, National Taiwan University Qihai Huang, Lancaster University Shengsheng Huang, University of Houston-Victoria Yen-Chih Huang, Asia University Ying Huang, University of Massachusetts Lowell Lucas Dale Humphries, Aalto University Da Huo, Central University of Finance and Economics Kate Hutchings, Griffith University Thomas Hutzschenreuter, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management Marilyn Ibarra-Caton, Bureau of Economic Analysis Fernanda Ilhéu, ISEG/UL Edith Ipsmiller, Vienna University of Economics and Business Adrienne A. Isakovic, Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University Rodrigo Isidor, University of Paderborn Fauzia Jabeen, Abu Dhabi University Robert Graham Jack, Macquarie University Naveen Kumar Jain, University of Akron Andreja Jaklic, University of Ljubljana Mel Jameson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Hans Jansson, Linnaeus University Miroslaw Jarosinski, Warsaw School of Economics Eduardo Jarque, Japan Center for Latin American Studies Manya Jaura, Copenhagen Business School Sarabdeen Jawahitha, University of Wollongong in Dubai Mohd Haniff Jedin, Universiti Utara Malaysia Mark Jelavich, Northwest Missouri State University Nathan Jensen, Washington University Peter D. Oerberg Jensen, Copenhagen Business School Yujin Jeong, American University Ester Eliane Jeunon, FPL, PUCMG Fiona Xiaoying Ji, Ohio University Crystal X Jiang, Bryant University Fuming Jiang, Curtin University Guo-Liang Frank Jiang, Dalhousie University Feng Jiao, University of Mary Alfredo Jimenez, University of Burgos Lu Jin, University of Hong Kong Yuan Jin, Tsinghua University Yiming Jing, University of Delaware Belmiro N. Joao, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP - Brazil)



Arpita Joardar, Clark University Gun H. Joh, San Diego State University Douglas Johansen, Jacksonville University Johny K. Johansson, Georgetown University Julius H Johnson Jr, University of Missouri-St. Louis Danielle Renee Jones, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Karsten Jonsen, IMD Janice Joplin, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Min Ju, University of Missouri-St. Louis Anita Juho, Oulu University Paulina Junni, BI Norwegian Business School Alexandra Kaar, FH Salzburg Valtteri Kaartemo, Turku School of Economics Zeynep Kacmaz, University of Bradford Mario Kafouros, University of Leeds Eldrede Kahiya, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology Tugba Kalafatoglu, ESADE Business School Kiattichai Kalasin, Mahidol University Margarete Kalinowski Bowien, ESADE Business School Fariha Kamal, US Census Bureau Md. Shawkat Kamal, Green University of Bangladesh Yener Kandogan, University of Michigan-Flint Yuanfei Kang Kang, Massey University Pao T. Kao, Uppsala University Philip Kappen, Copenhagen Business School Rabi Narayan Kar, University of Delhi Amit Karna, EBS Business School Bharanitharan Karunanithi, National Cheng Kung University Tamiko Kasahara, University of Shizuoka Anastasia A. Katou, University of Macedonia Aseem Kaul, University of Minnesota Harun Kaya, Istanbul Iniversity Azhar Kazmi, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals Ben Kedia, University of Memphis Dawn Keig, Whitworth University James Kelley, Saint Joseph’s University Mark Kendrick, Methodist University Sharon Kendrick, Methodist University Mari Ketolainen, University of Turku Zaheer Khan, University of Hull Sujata Khandai, Institute of Technology & Science Amira Naqeeb Khattak, IQRA University Violetta Khoreva, Hanken School of Economics Chung Hee Kim, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Daekwan Kim, Florida State University

Eun-Hee Kim, George Washington University Hakkyun Kim, Sungkyunkwan University Hyeong-Deug Kim, Acsenda School of Management Jin Uk Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Jinsil Kim, University of Texas, Dallas Kwang-Ho Kim, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Kyoung Yong Kim, University of Houston Philsoo Kim, Yonsei University Seung H. Kim, Saint Louis University Soyeon Kim, Korea University Suyeon Kim, Yonsei University Taeho Kim, Thunderbird School of Global Management Yeongsu Kim, INSEAD Yong-Duk Kim, Soongsil Univsersity Youngok Kim, University of New South Wales Yuko Kimura, University of Leicester Suthikorn Kingkaew, Thammasat Business School Steffen Kinkel, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences Ahmet Kirca, Michigan State University Guilherme Kirch, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Wiboon Kittilaksanawong, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Hendrik Klier, Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf Gary Knight, Willamette University April Knill, Florida State University Kazuhiko Kobori, National Chng-Kung University Christopher Kobrak, Rotman School of Management Georg Kodydek, WU Vienna Tsuyoshi Ted Koizumi, HYogo College Tanja Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä Minnie Kontkanen, University of Vaasa Mariella Köstner, University of Graz Tanvi Kothari, San Jose State University Masahiro Kotosaka, Ritsumeikan University Alex Kouznetsov, Holmes Institute Alexei Koveshnikov, Hanken School of Economics Kenta Koyama, Keio University Sorin Krammer, Groningen Jacob Krive, University of Illinois at Chicago Olli Kuivalainen, Lappeenranta University of Technology Elena Kulchina, Duke University Kothandaraman Kumar, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Nishant Kumar, Stockholm Business School Rajesh Kumar, University of Nottingham Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney Anusorn Kunanusorn, University of Phayao

Sumit Kundu, Florida International University Vincent Eduard Kunst, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Henri Kuokkanen, GIHE Yusuf Kurt, University of Manchester Olga Kuznetsova, Manchester Metropolitan University Jooyoung Kwak, Yonsei University Chuck Kwok, University of South Carolina Carmen Freitas Lages, Nova School of Business and Economics Somnath Lahiri, Illinois State University C Lakshman, Tongji University Desmond Lam, University of Macau Keith Lam, University of Macau Asjeet Lamba, University of Melbourne Anna Lamin, Northeastern University Jeferson Lana, FGV/EAESP Christian Landau, EBS University Maria Corazon Liquido Lanting, National Cheng Kung University Gianvito Lanzolla, Cass Business School Lasmin Lasmin, Ministry of Finance of Indonesia Marina Latukha, Saint-Petersburg State University Sven M. Laudien, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg John Lawler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Diana Abdoo Lawson, St. Cloud State University Marija Lazarev, LRG University of Applied Sciences Mila Lazarova, Simon Fraser University Tan Thanh Le, INRS-EMT Aude Le Cottier, IE Business School Watcharaphong Leartsurawat, Florida International University Cheng-Yu Lee, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology Chol Lee, Sogang University In Hyeock (Ian) Lee, Loyola University Jeoung Yul Lee, Hongik University Jongmin Lee, University of Reading Khan-Pyo Lee, Sogang University Long-Yuan Lee, Cheng Shiu University Meng-Hsiu Lee, National Sun Yat Sen University Seung-Hyun Lee, University of Texas at Dallas Ting Lin Lee, University of Kaohsiung Miikka J. Lehtonen, Aalto University Weng Si Clara Lei, Insitute for Tourism Studies, Macau Alexander Leinemann, University of St. Gallen Michal Lemanski, Nottingham University Business School China Chengguang Li, University of Paderborn Dan Li, Indiana University Dongmei Li, Hang Seng Management College

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Jizhong Li, Curtin University Lin Li, Nottingham University Business School China Mingxiang Li, University of Wisconsin-Madison Nicolas Li, University of Glasgow Peter Ping Li, Copenhagen Business School Qian Li, Shanghai International Studies University Sali Li, University of South Carolina Wei Li, University of Sydney Xiaolin Li, Guangdong University of Finance and Economics Yingxia Li, Beijing Union University Yong Li, SUNY Buffalo Zhuojun Li, Peking University Xingkun Liang, University of Cambridge Yung-Kuei Liang, Tatung University Yuan Liao, University of New South Wales Marilyn Louise Liebrenz-Himes, George Washington University Gai Sin Liem, IYC Indonesia Peter W. Liesch, UQ Business School Carol Y.Y. Lin, National Chengchi University Chih-Hua Lin, National Chengchi University Jung-Ching Lin, National Taiwan University Nidthida Lin, University of Newcastle Shu-Jou Lin, National Taiwan Normal University Te-Yi Lin, Tatung University Xiaohua Lin, Ryerson University Frederick Lindahl, George Washington University Jessica Lindbergh, Stockholm University Johan Paul Lindeque, University of Amsterdam Thomas Lindner, Vienna University of Economics and Business Valerie Lindsay, University of Wollongong in Dubai Joseph A Lipuma, Emlyon Business School Ana Catarina Cadima Lisboa, IPL/ESTG Romie Frederick Littrell, Auckland University of Technology Stefan Litz, St Francis Xavier University Chang Liu, University of International Business and Economics Chia Ling (Eunice) Liu, National Cheng Kung University Chih-hsing Liu, Ming Chuan University Chuanlan Liu, Louisiana State University Jingting Liu, Georgia State University Ling Liu, University of Edinburgh Matthew T. Liu, University of Macau Runjuan Liu, Unviersity of Alberta Shichang Liu, Tsinghua University Xiaohui Liu, Loughborough University Yang Liu, Zhejiang University

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Yang Liu, University of Cambridge Ying Liu, Florida International University Grigorios Livanis, Northeastern University Jasenko Ljubica, University of Split Shihmin Lo, National Chi Nan University Sandra Loeb, King’s College Luis Lopez, Incae Business School Antonia Jiewei Lu, Lingnan University Lung-Tan Lu, Fo Guang University Vinh Nhat Lu, Australian National University Wei Lu, Aalto University Randi Lunnan, BI Norwegian Business School Lingli Luo, Chinese University of Hong Kong Nathaniel Curtis Lupton, Fordham University Jagadeesha M, Dilla University Daw Ma, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research Jieqiong Ma, Saint Louis University Li Ma, Peking University Na Ma, Tsinghua University Xiaobai Ma, Peking University Xufei Ma, Chinese University of Hong Kong Anoop Madhok, York University Peter Magnusson, Florida International University Muhammad Waqas Maharvi, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Amro Maher, Qatar University Gregory James Mahony, University of Canberra Basma Majerbi, University of Victoria Antonio Majocchi, University Pavia Khawaja Saeed Mamun, Sacred Heart University Tatiana S. Manolova, Bentley University Eva Cristina Manotas Rodriguez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Valentina Marano, University of Alabama Ismatilla Mardanov, Southeast Missouri State University Diaswati Mardiasmo, Queensland University of Technology Cristina Ileana Marine, University of Maryland UC Marin A Marinov, University of Gloucestershire Paulo Marques Morgado, Leiden University Pedro Marquez, Royal Roads University Silvia Martin, Lynchburg College Carmen Leonor Martinez-Lopez, City University of New York/BMCC Henrique Castro Martins, UFRGS, EA Pedro Martins, Queen Mary University of London Francisco Jose Mas, University of Alicante Robbert Maseland, University of Groningen

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Silvia Massini, University of Manchester Jose Mata, Nova School of Business and Economics Raymond J. Mataloni Jr., U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis Thomas Mathew, SIMSR Martin Mathews, University of Westminster Shane Mathews, Queensland University of Technology Ajeet N. Mathur, IIM Ahmedabad Linda Matthews, UTPA Anna Matysek-Jedrych, Poznan University of Economics Lars Matysiak, Justus Liebig University Giessen Amin Mawani, York University Ulrike Mayrhofer, IAE Lyon, Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University Patricia McDougall-Covin, Indiana University Sara Lisa McGaughey, Griffith University Rod B. McNaughton, University of Auckland Deirdre McQuillan, Dublin Institute of Technology Noor Un Nabi Md, Khulna University Siti Rohani Md. Yusof, Curtin University Sarawak Malaysia Jacqueline Mees-Buss, University of Sydney Luisa Fernanda Melo, Bentley University Pedro Lucas De Resende Melo, UNIP Universidade Paulista Mark Mendenhall, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga Esha Mendiratta, Australian School of Business Xavier Mendoza, ESADE Business School Anna Menozzi, Universita’ del Piemonte Orientale “A. Avogadro” Juan Meraz, Missouri State University Hemant Merchant, USFSP Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli, Politecnico di Bari Johannes Meuer, University of Zurich John Mezias, University of Miami David Francis Midgley, INSEAD Irina Mihailova, Aalto University Carla Millar, Twente / Ashridge Stewart Miller, University of Texas at San Antonio Luciano Minghini, Federal University of Parana State Ewa Minska-Struzik, Poznan University of Economics Hafiz Mirza, UNCTAD Nicola Misani, Bocconi University Christof Miska, WU Vienna Anuranjan Misra, Bhagwant Institute of Technology Patricia J. Misutka, University of Alberta Matthew Mitchell, Drake University Kuniko Mochimaru, Josai University

Miriam Moeller, University of Queensland Nurul Efifi Mohamad Ngasri, University of Adelaide Moiz Mohammed, Pondichery University Muhammad Mohiuddin, Laval University Alex Mohr, Kent Business School Michael Mol, University of Warwick Sinead Monaghan, University of Limerick Manuel Montoya, University of New Mexico Jon Jungbien Moon, Korea University Fiona Moore, Royal Holloway University of London Ricardo Morais, Catholic University of Portugal Anna Morgan-Thomas, Universty of Glasgow Marie Louise Mors, Copenhagen Business School Caterina Moschieri, IE Business School Terence Motsi, Cleveland State University Susan Mudambi, Temple University Lakshmi Mudunuru, GITAM University Marc Mueller, University of St. Gallen Miriam Muethel, WHU Aroop Mukherjee, Universiti Putra Malaysia Kudzai Mukumbi, Michigan State University K.V. Mukundhan, Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode Jakob Müllner, Vienna University of Economics and Business Marta Muñiz-Ferrer, Universidad Pontificia Comillas Etayankara Muralidharan, MacEwan University Motofusa Murayama, Seattle University & Chiba University Muryani Muryani, Airlangga University Aldo Musacchio, Harvard Business School Martina Musteen, San Diego State University Olga Muzychenko, University of Adelaide Matthew Myers, University of Tennessee Ramazan Nacar, Istanbul Technical University Swati Nagar, AUT University Sudhir Nair, University of Victoria George Nakos, Clayton State University Anup Nandialath, Zayed University Sireesha Nanduri, Sikkim Manipal Unviersity Yokoyama Narimasa, Nihon University Rajneesh Narula, University of Reading Steen Erik Navrbjerg, University of Copenhagen Nana Kweku Nduom, George Washington University Nathan R Neale, Washington State University Phillip C. Nell, WU Wien & Copenhagen Business School

Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, University of Saskatchewan Kim-Soon Ng, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia Chittipa Ngamkroeckjoti, Assumption University Vi Dung Ngo, Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development Michael Zisuh Ngoasong, Open University Pham Hoanh Son Nguyen, France Business School Quyen Nguyen, University of Reading Viet Hai Nguyen, National Cheng Kung University John Nicholson, Hull University Rekha Nicholson, University of Bath Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School Sabina Nielsen, CBS Amalia Nilsson, Uppsala University Michael Nippa, TU Freiberg Andy C. Niu, University of Hong Kong Stanley D Nollen, Georgetown University Kurt Norder, Simon Fraser University Niina Nummela, Turku School of Economics Moema Pereira Nunes, PUCRS - Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul Nila Nuzula, University of Brawijaya Claude Obadia, ESCE, Paris Everlyne Awuor Ochome, Catholic University of Eastern Africa Marie Oehme, University of Mannheim Jana Oehmichen, Georg-August-University Goettingen Jennifer Oetzel, American University Mario Henrique Ogasavara, ESPM Kelechikwu Emmanuel Oguejiofor, Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus Nnamdi Oguji, University of Vaasa Chang Hoon Oh, Simon Fraser University Won-Yong Oh, University of Calgary Lucy Ojode, Texas Southern University James Oldroyd, Ohio State University Rene Olie, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam Marcelle Colares Oliveira, Federal University of Ceara Igor Oliveira dos Santos, HEC Montréal Tom Osegowitsch, University of Melbourne Dana Leigh Ott, University of Auckland Ursula F. Ott, Loughborough University Dwobeng Owusu-Nyamekye, Keiser University Marion Owyar-Hosseini White, James Madison University Nurgul Ozbek, Stockholm School of Economics Orhan Volkan Ozbek, University of Texas at Arlington Ayse Ozturk, Georgia State University



Priyanka P V, Bangalore University Eriikka Johanna Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Turku School of Economics Cecilia Pahlberg, Uppsala University Yongsun Paik, Loyola Marymount University Varina Paisley, University of New South Wales Alan Jerry Pan, Prince Sultan University David W Pan, Prince Sultan University Pavida Pananond, Thammasat University Andrei Panibratov, St. Petersburg State University Georgios Panos, University of Stirling Nikolaos Papageorgiadis, Bradford University Byung Il Park, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Hye Youn Park, Korea University Sang-Bum Park, Korea University Taekyung Park, Yeungnam University Arvind Parkhe, Temple University Venkata Pasupuleti, Indian Institute of Management, Raipur Saurav Pathak, Michigan Technological University Chinmay Pattnaik, University of Sydney Abhijit M. Patwardhan, Texas A&M International University Pallab Paul, University of Denver Rubens Pauluzzo, University of Udine Florin Peci, University of Peja Jennifer Pédussel Wu, Berlin School of Economics and Law Carine Peeters, ULB - SBSEM Anders Pehrsson, Linnaeus University Andre Anugerah Pekerti, University of Queensland Juan Pellegrino, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology Adeline Pelletier, London School of Economics Vesa Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Hanna Peltonen, Lappeenranta University of Technology Glenna Carolyn Pendleton, Northern Michigan University George Peng, University of Regina Yu-Shu Peng, National Dong Hwa University Henry Penikas, National Research University Higher School of Economics Vijay Edward Pereira, University of Portsmouth Aron Perenyi, Swinburne University Paola Perez-Aleman, McGill University Alessandro Perri, University of South carolina Gordana Pesakovic, Argosy University Robin Pesch, University of Bayreuth Bent Petersen, Copenhagen Business School Victor Louis Petrovic, Petrovic Enterprises, Inc.

Dan Alex Petrovici, University of Kent Hanh Thi Song Pham, Sheffield Hallam University Dorota Piaskowska, University College Dublin Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University Anke Piepenbrink, Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy Brian C Pinkham, Ivey Business School Michael J. Pisani, Central Michigan University Niccolo Pisani, University of Amsterdam Mariacristina Piva, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Jose Pla-Barber, University of Valencia Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Wesley Pollitte, University of Southern Mississippi Manish Popli, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow Erik Poutsma, Radboud University Nijmegen K. Skylar Powell, Western Washington University Jaya Prakash Pradhan, Central University of Gujarat Shameen Prashantham, Nottingham University Business School China John Ben Prince, Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship William John Procasky, Texas A&M International University Jairo Laser Procianoy, EA/UFRGS Ming Pu, Harbin University of Science and Technology Xiaoyu Pu, SUNY Oswego Jonas Puck, WU Vienna Markus Pudelko, Tübingen University Francisco Puig, University of Valencia Danica Purg, IEDC-Bled School of Management Saptarshi Purkayastha, IIM Kozhikode Pushyarag Puthusserry, Queen’s University Belfast Jean-Michel Quentier, France Business School- Campus Clermont Larissa Rabbiosi, CBS Roberta Rabellotti, Università di Pavia Mohammad Rahman, University of Newcastle Indu Ramachandran, Texas State University Nora Ramadan, University of Birmingham Revti Raman, Victoria University of Wellington Bala Ramasamy, CEIBS Hussain Rammal, University of South Australia Miguel A. Ramos, University of Texas at El Paso Trond Randoy, University of Agder William Rapp, NJIT Matevz Raskovic, University of Ljubljana Urvashi Rathod, Symbiosis International University

Elizabeth C. Ravlin, University of South Carolina Anil Rawat, Institute of Business Management & Technology Mohammed Rawwas, University of Northern Iowa Rama Krishna Reddy, University of Memphis B. Sebastian Reiche, IESE Business School Patrick Reinmoeller, Cranfield University Hong Ren, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Monica Ren, Macquarie University Rebecca Reuber, University of Toronto Alex Rialp, Universitat Autònoma Barcelona Fernanda Ribeiro, FEI Malika Richards, Penn State University Glenn Richey, University of Alabama Hannah Noriko Richta, DB Schenker Rail Caroline V Rider, Marist College Nina Rilla, Turku School of Economics Jose Luis Rivas, ITAM Ronald M. Rivas, Canisius College Patrick Rizzetto, Bank of Canada Michael Roberts, MacEwan University Nicholas Francis Robinson, North Island College Henrique Martins Rocha, Rio de Janeiro State University Thelma Valeria Rocha, ESPM Jorge Rodrigues, Universidade de Taubaté Alicia Rodriguez Marquez, University Carlos III of Madrid Thomas W Roehl, Western Washington University Marcia Rohr da Cruz, Universidade de Caxias do Sul Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago Frank S. Rose, Lewis University George Bedinelli Rossi, ESPM/USP Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University Hernan ‘Banjo’ Roxas, Deakin University Huub Ruel, Windesheim University of Applied Science Carlos Rufin, Suffolk University Enar Ruiz-Conde, University of Alicante Rapeeporn Rungsithong, University of Bath John Alan Rushing, Barry University Paul Ryan, National University of Ireland, Galway Asmund Rygh, BI Norwegian Business School Sami Saarenketo, Lappeenranta University of Technology Florin Sabac, University of Alberta Muthuswamy Dayanidhi Saibaba, Dayananda Sagar Technology and Management Walid Said, University of Tunis El Manar Miriam Sailer, EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht Oestrich-Winkel Sajeesh Sajeesh, Baruch College, CUNY

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K B Saji, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow Ayse Saka-Helmhout, University of Surrey Aidin Salamzadeh, University of Tehran Stephen Brian Salter, UTEP Prashant Salwan, Indian Institute of Management Indore Astrid Juliane Salzmann, RWTH Aachen University Shantala Samant, Virginia Tech Saeed Samiee, University of Tulsa Andre Sammartino, University of Melbourne Val Samonis, Royal Roads University Susanne Sandberg, Linnaeus University Estefania Santacreu Vasut, Essec Business School Grazia D. Santangelo, University of Catania Fernando de Almeida Santos, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo José Freitas Santos, ISCAP/IPP Rajib Sanyal, Ball State University Almasa Sarabi, Georg-August-University Goettingen Michael A. Sartor, Ivey Business School Innan Sasaki, University of Turku Emine Beyza Satoglu, Rutgers University Olivia Saunders, College of The Bahamas Johannes Sauset, Georg-August-University of Goettingen Rajeev Sawant, Baruch College, CUNY William Charles Sawyer, Texas Christian University Vittoria Giada Scalera, Politecnico di Milano, Temple University Annibal Scavarda, UNIRIO Hannu Schadewitz, Turku School of Economics Eduardo Schiehll, HEC Montreal Rafael Schiozer, FGV Björn Schmeisser, WU Vienna Stefan Schmid, ESCP Europe Tobias Schmidt, Deutsche Bundesbank Katja Schneider, TU Freiberg Anne Schreiter, University of St. Gallen Arnold Schuh, WU Vienna Adrian Schulte Steinberg, University of St. Gallen Roger Schweizer, University of Gothenburg Hermann Schwind, Saint Mary’s University Ricardo Sellers Rubio, University Of Alicante W. Travis Selmier II, Indiana University Monica J. Semeniuk, Simon Fraser University Holli A Semetko, Emory University Konan Anderson Seny Kan, Université de Toulouse Per Servais, University of Southern Denmark

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Satyarth Prakash Sethi, Baruch College, CUNY Ignatius Roni Setyawan, Tarumanagara University Margaret Shaffer, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Shahazadi Begum Shaik, GITAM School of International Business Liang Shao, Hong Kong Baptist University Siti Halijjah Shariff, Universiti Teknologi MARA David Scott Shaw, Evergreen State College Edlira Shehu, University of Hamburg Hsia Hua Sheng, FGV-EAESP Linda Shi, University of Victoria Xinping Shi, Hong Kong Baptist University Duckjung Shin, Western University Ji-Young Shin, Korea University Vikrant Shirodkar, Universty of Sussex Amir Shoham, Temple University Yusuf Sidani, American University of Beirut Vítor Corado Simões, ISEG, University of Lisbon Evis Sinani, Copenhagen Business School J D Singh, International Management Institute, New Delhi Rudolf R Sinkovics, University of Manchester Juthamon Sithipolvanichgul, Thammasat University Karin Sixl-Daniell, GlobalNxt Bradley Skousen, University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne Arjen Slangen, RSM Erasmus University Sally Sledge, Norfolk State University Melanie Smans, University of Adelaide Patricia Matisz Smith, North Carolina Wesleyan College Simon Man Shing So, University of Macau Sten Söderman, Stockholm University Minna M Söderqvist, Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences Anne-Marie Soederberg, Copenhagen Business School Albrecht Soellner, Europa-Universitaet Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) Wolfgang Sofka, Copenhagen Business School Abrahim Soleimani, Eastern Washington University Hyacinthe Yirlier Some, HEC Montreal Dieter Somers, University of Leuven Meng Song, Aston University Pavan Soni, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Marketa Sonkova, Boston University Hui Sono, James Madison University Jayant Sonwalkar, University of Indore India Olav Jull Sorensen, Aalborg University

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

John Spillan, University of North Carolina at Pembroke Riccardo Spinelli, University of Genoa Stavroula Spyropoulou, University of Leeds Menon Sreedharan Mampully, University Of Mumbai Rajeshwari Srinivasa, Karnataka State Open University Rajesh Kumar Srivastava, University of Mumbai Martin H Stack, Rockhurst University John Joseph Staczek, Thunderbird Scool of Global Mgt Loren M. Stangl, Massey University Diego Stea, CBS Carlos Eduardo Stefaniak Aveline, FGV/ EAESP Abraham Stefanidis, St. John’s University Ruth Steinhauer, Saarland University Brenda J Sternquist, Michigan State University Carmen Stoian, Kent Business School Vicky Story, Nottingham University Business School Pavel Strach, ŠKODA AUTO University Tamara Stucchi, Technical University of Denmark Cong Su, Uppsala University Muhammad Subhan, Universiti Utara Malaysia Lavanchawee Sujarittanonta, University of Calgary Badri Munir Sukoco, Airlangga University Iffath Sultana, Dar Al Hekma College Kangyong Sun, Hitotsubashi University Pei Sun, Fudan University Zhongjuan Sun, University of Oxford Irina Minodora Surdu, University of Warwick Dylan Sutherland, Durham University Bernhard Swoboda, Trier University Kelsey Lynne Syvrud, Florida State University Andrea Szalavetz, Institute for World Economics Florian Taeube, EBS Business School Mahdi Tajeddin, John Molson School of Business Kayhan Tajeddini, Lund University Koichi Takaishi, Daito Bunka University Nobuya Takezawa, Rikkyo University Masae Kanai Takimoto, Osaka University of Economics and Law Stephen Tallman, University of Richmond Chin Chiu Tam, Chinese University of Hong Kong Khaled Tamzini, El Manar2/FSEGT Qun Tan, Xiamen University Felix Tang, Hang Seng Management College Ryan Tang, University of Technology Sydney Xiaoyun Tang, East China University of Political Science and Law

Yee Kwan Tang, University of Glasgow Yinuo Tang, University of Pittsburgh David Tanganelli, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya Qingjiu (Tom) Tao, James Madison University Ernesto J. Tapia Moore, Kedge Business School Vas Taras, University of NC Greensboro Pete Tashman, Portland State University Markus Taussig, National University of Singapore Mark Tayar, Macquarie University Murray Taylor, Macquarie University Sully Taylor, Portland State University Ding Ding Tee, Monash University Hildy Jean Teegen, University of South Carolina Pard Teekasap, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology Helene Tenzer, Tübingen University João Paulo Correia Teodósio, Polytechnic Institute of Santarem Htwe Htwe Thein, Curtin University David Thomas, Australian School of Business Karim Marini Thomé, University of Brasilia S. Bruce Thomson, MacEwan University Patricia Todd, Western Kentucky University Paz Estrella Tolentino, Birkbeck, University of London Bruno Thiago Tomio, Regional University of Blumenau Jittima Tongurai, National Institute of Development Administration Lasse Torkkeli, LUT School of Business Miguel M. Torres, University of Aveiro Janell Townsend, Oakland University Piotr Trapczynski, Poznan University of Economics Dora Triki, Esce Michael Troilo, University of Tulsa Hanna Trojanowska, Siedlce University Chenyi Tsai, Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages Chih-Hao Tsai, National Sun Yat Sen University Ching-Mu Tseng, Chi Nan University Ting-hsiang Tseng, Feng Chia University Chiayu Tu, Ming Chuan University Joy Elly Tulung, SKEMA Business School Asli Tuncay-Celikel, Isik University Stephen J. Turnbull, University of Tsukuba Fernando Ubeda, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Basak Ucanok, Istanbul Bilgi University Tolga Ulusemre, University of South Carolina Setiadi Umar, Rutgers Business School Annique Un, Northeastern University

Srinivas Rajesh Upadhyayula, Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode Indrianawati Usman, Airlangga University Tetsuya Usui, Nihon University Katiuscia Vaccarini, University of Macerata Jan-Erik Vahlne, University of Gothenburg Halia Mayela Valladares Montemayor, Mount Royal University Robert Vambery, Pace University Ari Van Assche, HEC Montreal Pierre van der Eng, Australian National University Hans van Ees, University of Groningen Silvio Vasconcellos, UNISINOS Tatiana Vashchilko, Ohio State University Prasad Vemala, McNeese State University A Venkatraman, University of Delhi Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary Rajeev Verma, Chandragupt Institute of Management, Patna Luciana Marques Vieira, UNISINOS Adrian Villanueva, Advill Consultancy Cristina Villar, University of Valencia Tiia Vissak, University of Tartu Chaiporn Vithessonthi, University of Otago Jean-Laurent Viviani, Université de Rennes 1 Oliver Von Hagen, International Trade Centre (WTO/UN) Davina Vora, SUNY New Paltz George Vozikis, Chaminade University of Honolulu Metin Onal Vural, IE Business School Robyn Carlea Walker, University of Southern California John Walsh, Shinawatra University Min Wan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chung-Jen Wang, MingDao University Haibo Wang, Texas A&M International University Huanglin Wang, SUNY New Paltz Juan Wang, East China University of Science and Technology Lin Wang, Lingnan University Liu Wang, Providence College Miao Wang, University of Nottingham Ming-Chao Wang, Shih Chien University Peijie Wang, University of Plymouth Yu-Kai Wang, Soochow University Zhenning Wang, University of Nottingham Zhi Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong Mark J. Weber, Argosy University Thomas Weber, Old Dominion University Heidi Marie Wechtler, Macquarie University Jiang Wei, Zhejiang University Luan Ying Wei, Takming University of Science and Technology Wei Wei, Beijing Jiaotong University



William Wei, MacEwan University Robert J. Weiner, George Washington University Catherine Welch, University of Sydney Louis T. Wells, Harvard University David Weng, City University of Hong Kong Eric Werker, Harvard Business School Cariline S, Westerhof, California National University for Advanced Studies Stanford Westjohn, University of Toledo Eleanor Westney, York University Colin Wheeler, University of Portsmouth George White, Old Dominion University Ryan Charles White, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Nila Maria Wiese, University of Puget Sound Christopher Williams, Ivey Business School Peter James Williamsom, University of Cambridge James (Jim) Wills, University of Hawaii-Shidler College Sheryl Winston Smith, Temple University Jorge Wise, CETYS Universidad Michael A. Witt, INSEAD Albert Wöcke, University of Pretoria Bernard Martin Wolf, York University Joachim Wolf, University of Kiel Han-Gyun Woo, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Geoffrey Wood, Warwick Business School Changqi Wu, Peking University Jay Wu, Thammasat University Shubin Wu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Terry Wu, University of Ontario Institute of Technology Wei-ping Wu, Hong Kong Baptist University Kinde Wubneh, University of Pennsylvania Steffen Wuetz, University of St.Gallen Tai Ming Wut, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Duarte Xara-Brasil, Instituto Politecnico de Setubal Wlamir Xavier, UNISUL Harry Xia, University of Saint Joseph Simon Shufeng Xiao, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Henry Yu Xie, College of Charleston Zhenzhen Xie, Tsinghua University Jie Xiong, ESC Rennes School of Business Dean Xu, University of Melbourne Kefeng Xu, University of Texas at San Antonio Xiaojun Xu, Fudan University Xun Xu, Washington State University Yue Xu, Hull University Sachiko Yamao, University of Melbourne Mo Yamin, University of Manchester Chen Yan, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

Lili Yan, George Washington University Yoshio Yanadori, University of South Australia Chen-Wei Yang, Fooyin University Jiawen Yang, George Washington University Jing Yu (Gracy) Yang, University of Sydney Man Yang, University of Vaasa Qin Yang, Robert Morris University Wei Yang, CEIBS Xin Yang, Hong Kong Baptist University Xiyan Yang, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics Yi Yang, Yonsei University Yong Yang, University of Sussex Fiona Kun Yao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Attila Yaprak, Wayne State University Hiroshi Yasuda, Aoyama Gakuin University Naoki Yasuda, Keio University R. Isil Yavuz, Ozyegin Universitesi Hamid Yeganeh, Winona State University Ryh-song Yeh, Yuan-ze University Poh-Lin Yeoh, Bentley University Harun Emre Yildiz, Stockholm School of Economics & Uppsala University Haiyan Yin, Indiana University South Bend George Yip, CEIBS Helena Yli-Renko, University of Southern California Hideki Yoshihara, Kobe University Katsuhiko Yoshikawa, London School of Economics Toru Yoshikawa, Singapore Management University Stephen Young, University of Glasgow Susan L Young, Seton Hall University Chow Ming Yu, National Chengchi University Chung-Long Yu, Tungnan University Wenlong Yuan, University of Lethbridge Suelen Alice Zacharias, FGV Mahmood A Zaidi, University of Minnesota Ivo Zander, Uppsala University Rodrigo Zeidan, Fundação Dom Cabral and NUBS China Mary Elizabeth Zellmer-Bruhn, University of Minnesota Yuping Zeng, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Joachim Zentes, Saarland University Feng Zhan, York University Hua Zhang, CEIBS Jie Zhang, Peking University Jing Zhang, Old Dominion Univeristy Lihua Zhang, Renmin University of China Ling Eleanor Zhang, Hanken School of Economics Michael Wei Zhang, Nottingham Trent University Min (Megan) Zhang, Ivey Business School

Xiaotian Tina Zhang, Saint Mary’s College of California Zelong Zhang, Baruch College, CUNY Sheri Zhang-Leimbigler, University of Ottawa Liman Zhao, University of Minnesota Wanli Zhao, Southern Illinois University Congcong Zheng, San Diego State University Xiaolan Zheng, Nottingham Business School China Bijuan Zhong, Baruch College, CUNY Gaoguang Zhou, Hong Kong Shue Yan University Lianxi Zhou, Brock University Judith Shuqin Zhu, University of Newcastle Pengcheng Zhu, University of San Diego Xiaoyan Zhu, Hubei University of Technology Xindong Zhu, City University of Hong Kong Yunxia Zhu, University of Queensland Yuting Zhuang, University of Otago Jörg Zimmermann, European Commission - Joint Research Centre Ahmed Y. Zohny, Coppin State University Jie Zou, Peking University Haithem Zourrig, University of Regina Ulrike Zschoche, Georg-August-University Goettingen Antonella Zucchella, University of Pavia Summer Elise Zwanziger Elsinger, Upper Iowa University

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AIB Fellows 2014 Executive of the Year Special Awards Plenary June 26, 10:45-12:00 Stanley Park Ballroom Salons 2-3

Dominic Barton Dominic Barton is the Global Managing Director of McKinsey & Company. In his 27 years with the firm, Dominic has advised clients in a range of industries including banking, consumer goods, high tech and industrial. Prior to his current role, Dominic was based in Shanghai as McKinsey’s Asia Chairman from 2004 to 2009 and led the Korea office from 2000 to 2004. Dominic is an active participant in international fora including Davos, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Les Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence, the Asia Business Council and the China Development Forum. He has authored more than 80 articles on the role of business in society, leadership, financial services, Asia, history and the issues and opportunities facing markets worldwide. Dominic is a coauthor, with Roberto Newell and Greg Wilson, of Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises (Wiley & Sons, 2002) and China Vignettes: An Inside Look at China (Talisman, 2007). Dominic leads McKinsey’s work on the future of capitalism, long-term value-creation and the role of business leadership in society. This is a set of research initiatives and projects to convene organisations and leaders for constructive action. One such project was a task force on Inclusive Capitalism, which Dominic co-led with Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild (sponsored by the Henry Jackson Society, a London-based think tank). The task force ­— comprised of business and public leaders in the US and UK — developed approaches for engaging and scaling business actions to address issues that create both social and economic value. He is a member of the Canadian Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee on the Public Service, a Trustee of the Brookings Institution, a member of the Singapore Economic Development Board’s International Advisory Council, an advisor to the Asia Development Bank, a member of the Advisory Board for the China Development Bank Capital Group and a Board Member of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. Dominic has received multiple awards for his business leadership and contributions to the communities in which he has lived — for example, in February 2013 Dominic received the Order of Civil Merit (Peony Medal) from former President Lee of South Korea. He is a Rhodes Trustee and an Honorary Fellow at Brasenose College, Oxford. Dominic is also an Adjunct Professor at Tsinghua University, Beijing.

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AIB Fellows 2014 Educator of the Year Opening Plenary June 23, 17:00-19:00 Stanley Park Ballroom

Daniel M. Shapiro Daniel M. Shapiro (PhD, Cornell) is Dean and Lohn Foundation Professor, Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University. He has worked for over thirty years as an educator and researcher. He has published five books and monographs and over seventy-five scholarly articles on international business strategy and MNEs, determinants of FDI, and international aspects of corporate ownership and governance. His research has been published in Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, and Journal of Industrial Economics, among others. His articles have been cited over 3500 times. His current research focuses on the impact of governance and institutions as determinants of innovation and outward FDI from emerging markets. In 1995 and again in 2002 he was awarded the TD Canada Trust Teaching Award. He has designed and delivered executive programs to managers in the private and public sectors, both in Canada and abroad (including Russia, Guyana, Indonesia and China). He has served as a consultant to various organizations in the public and private sectors in the areas of foreign investment, mergers, competition policy, strategy and industrial policy, and has served on the Boards of both private and public organizations. He has over 25 years of experience university administration. Most recently as Dean of the Beedie School of Business he has successfully developed a strategic position for the School with an emphasis on globalization and emerging markets, raised the money to name it, and led the School through successful accreditation rounds with AACSB and EQUIS. As Dean, he has worked to enhance the international role of international business in the School. In this regard, he was instrumental in launching the MBA for the Americas, a unique and innovative EMBA program developed with partners at Vanderbilt (USA), FIA (Brazil) and ITAM (Mexico). He was also instrumental in launching the Canadian International Institute for Extractive Industries and Development, a project in partnership with UBC and Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. This institute, funded by a $25 million grant from the Canadian government, is devoted to helping developing countries enhance their resource governance capabilities and promote sustainable development. He also helped launch the Jack Austin Centre for Asia Pacific Business Studies, in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada (a quasi-government entity).



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AIB Fellows 2014 Eminent Scholar Special Awards Plenary June 24, 10:45–12:00 Stanley Park Ballroom Salons 2–3

Richard P. Rumelt Richard P. Rumelt (born 1942) holds the Harry and Elsa Kunin Chair in Business and Society at UCLA Anderson where he has been a faculty member since 1976. Professor Rumelt was educated as an electrical engineer at the University of California, Berkeley and earned his DBA from the Harvard Business School. During 1993-96 Professor Rumelt headed the INSEAD Corporate Renewal Initiative. He has been the President of the Strategic Management Society. Professor Rumelt is widely recognized as being one of the intellectual fathers of both the modern theory of corporate diversification and the resource-based view in strategy. His fundamental contributions have been popularized or extended by many other scholars, both in strategy and in the field of international business. Prof. Rumelt’s work on product diversification has been instrumental to the development of modern international business research. His insights on product diversification have informed much subsequent work on geographic diversification and on the trade-offs between product and geographic diversification. Rumelt’s finding that somewhat diversified companies perform better than highly diversified ones, remains more compelling given the present debate in the international business field on the optimal geographic scope (regional versus global) of multinational enterprises. Rumelt’s research has also challenged the power of ‘industry forces’, demonstrating that firm-level factors are more important drivers of performance than industry factors, much in line with the mainstream view in international business that firm-specific advantages drive economic performance. Prof. Rumelt’s recent book, Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters, departs from looking at strategy is purely economic terms and defines real-world strategy work as problem solving. This way of looking at strategy allows a unified framework for examining strategy in firms, non-profits, and governments because, he argues, good strategy follows from identifying the key challenges and offering ways to deal with them.

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

2014 Program Awards Temple/AIB Best Paper Award

(Award Presentation on June 26, 16:15-17:45, Stanley Park Ballroom) Sponsored by Temple University’s Fox School of Business The Temple/AIB Best Paper Award was created in 2002 through a generous endowment by Temple University’s Fox School of Business. All papers accepted for competitive sessions are eligible for the award. One finalist from each track is nominated by the track chairs based on reviewer input and their own assessments. An independent Best Paper Award Committee reviews the finalists and chooses the winning manuscript. The authors of the winning manuscript receive a plaque and a cash award. Nominees for this year’s award are as follows (in order of presentation): “Significance, Substance, and Dynamics of Regulatory Response: Japanese MNEs’ Ownership Strategies in China and the United States” by Min (Megan) Zhang, Ivey Business School and Paul W. Beamish, Ivey Business School Presented: Session 1.1.6, June 24, 09:00-10:15, Cypress 2 “Institutional Dynamics and Organizations Affecting the Adoption of Sustainable Development in the United Kingdom and Brazil” by Monica Cavalcanti Sa de Abreu, Federal University of Ceara; Larissa Teixeira da Cunha, Federal University of Ceara; Jason Joannou, University of Cambridge; and Claire Barlow, University of Cambridge Presented: Session 1.3.5, June 24, 13:00-14:15, Cypress 1 “Cross-border Mergers and Domestic-firm Wages: Integrating ‘Spillover Effects’ and ‘Bargaining Effects’” by Joseph Clougherty, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Klaus Gugler, WU Vienna; Lars Sorgard, Norwegian School of Economics; and Florian Szuecs, DIW Berlin Presented: Session 1.3.8, June 24, 13:00-14:15, Oak 2 “Switching Options and Foreign Entry Decisions” by Rene Belderbos, Catholic University of Leuven; Tony Tong, University of Colorado; and Shubin Wu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Presented: Session 1.5.11, June 24, 16:15-17:30, Arbutus

“Towards a Taxonomy of the Global Leadership Construct” by B. Sebastian Reiche, IESE; Allan W. Bird, Northeastern University; Mark E. Mendenhall, University of Tennessee; and Joyce Osland, San Jose State University Presented: Session 2.3.10, June 25, 13:00-14:15, Thompson “Strategic Archetypes of Emerging Market Multinationals: Analysis of Outward FDI of Indian Firms” by Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney; Rajesh Upadhyayula, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode; and Amit Karna, EBS Business School Presented: Session 2.4.4, June 25, 14:30-15:45, Seymour “Principles or Templates? The Role of Human Capital in Cross-Border Knowledge Transfer” by Ames Oldroyd, Ohio State University and Shad Morris, Brigham Young University Presented: Session 3.1.5, June 26, 09:00-10:15, Cypress 1 “Co-Parenting Advantage through Extra-Regional Headquarters: Knowledge Flows and Embeddedness in a Model of Subsidiary Evolution” by Jose Pla-Barber, University of Valencia; Cristina Villar, University of Valencia; and Anoop Madhok, York University Presented: Session 3.3.8, June 26, 13:00-14:15, Oak 2 “SMEs Exports Continuity Through Relational Governance” by Claude Obadia, ESCE, Paris; Jose Pla-Barber, University of Valencia; and Irena Vida, University of Ljubljana Presented: Session 3.4.2, June 26, 14:30-15:45, Stanley Park 1 “Venture Capital and Innovation around the World” by Douglas Cumming, York University; Arsalan Safari, MIT; and Brian Cozzarin, University of Waterloo Presented: Session 3.4.6, June 26, 14:30-15:45, Cypress 2 “Upmarket And Downmarket Outward Foreign Direct Investment In Response To Pro-Market Reforms” by Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University Presented: Session 3.4.11, June 26, 14:30-15:45, Arbutus

“Strategic Location in the Global Value Chain and Foreign Subsidiary Performance: Evidence from 105 Countries” by Ajai Gaur, Rutgers University; Yong Yang, University of Sussex; and Deeksha Singh, Rutgers University Presented: Session 2.2.5, June 25, 10:45-12:00, Cypress 1 “Speed of Entry into Export and Post-entry Exit of New Ventures” by Ziliang Deng, Renmin University of China; Ruey Jer (Bryan) Jean, National Chengchi University; Rudolf R. Sinkovics, University of Manchester Presented: Session 2.3.4, June 25, 13:00-14:15, Seymour



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Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar(s)

“Chinese Multinational Corporations’ Responses to Host Country Trade Union Challenges: An Eclectic Approach” by Judith Shuqin Zhu, University of Newcastle Presented: Session 3.4.4, June 26, 14:45-16:00, Seymour

Each year, the AIB Foundation and the Eldridge Haynes Memorial Trust award the Haynes Prize for the best paper written by an author or authors under 40 years of age. All papers accepted for competitive sessions are eligible for the prize as long as the age criterion is met. One finalist from each track is nominated by the track chairs based on reviewer input and their own assessments. An independent Haynes Award Committee reviews the finalists and chooses the winning manuscript. The authors of the winning manuscript receive a plaque and a cash award. Nominees for this year’s award are as follows (in order of presentation):

“Social Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility and Irresponsibility: Asymmetric Benefits and Penalties of CSR Strategy” by Olga Hawn, Boston University and Catherine Shea, Northwestern University Presented: Session 3.4.10, June 26, 14:45-16:00, Thompson

(Award Presentation on June 26, 16:15-17:45, Stanley Park Ballroom) Sponsored by AIB Foundation and the Eldridge Haynes Memorial Trust

“Realizing Offshore Strategies: Sequential Effects in the Internationalization of Firm’s Upstream and Support Activities” by Carlos Adrian Rodriguez, McGill University Presented: Session 1.1.7, June 24, 09:00-10:15, Oak 1 “Transferability of Status and Experience Advantages in International Venture Capital Investments” by Elisa Alvarez-Garrido, Georgia State University and Isin Guler, Sabanci University Presented: Session 1.1.12, June 24, 09:00-10:15, Fir “What is the Logic behind Political Connectedness? Institutional Logics and Varieties of Firm-Government Interactions” by Tolga Ulusemre, University of South Carolina Presented: Session 1.4.9, June 24, 14:30-15:45, Fraser “Designing Offshore Subunits: Scope Decisions and Their Performance Implications” by Carlos Adrian Rodriguez, McGill University Presented: Session 2.2.5, June 25, 10:45-12:00, Cypress 1 “Contextual and Processual Antecedents of International Strategic Alliance Performance: A Co-evolutionary View” by Mia Hsiao-Wen Ho, Yuan Ze University Presented: Session 2.4.5, June 25, 14:30-15:45, Cypress 1 “Is International Assignment Experience a Ticket to the Top of a Foreign Subsidiary? A Career-Cone Perspective” by Almasa Sarabi, Georg-August-University Goettingen and Fabian J. Froese , Georg-August-University Goettingen Presented: Session 2.4.10, June 25, 14:30-15:45, Thompson “Greasing the Wheels of Change: The Impact of Corruption, Local Arbitrariness, and Institutions on Firm Innovation” by Sorin M.S. Krammer, Groningen University Presented: Session 3.3.5, June 26, 13:00-14:15, Cypress 1 “The Impact of Product Innovativeness on Export Performance in an Emerging Market Context: An Evaluation of the Moderating Effects of Financial Resources and Competitive Intensity” by Nathaniel Boso, University of Leeds; Samuel Adjei, Headlines Hospitality; Richard Boateng Yeboah, Access Bank Ghana Ltd; and Fu-Mei Chuang, Loughborough University Presented: Session 3.4.2, June 26, 14:45-16:00, Stanley Park 1 22

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award (Award Presentation on June 26, 16:15-17:45, Stanley Park Ballroom) Sponsored by Henley Business School, University of Reading and the Centre for International Business, University of Leeds (CIBUL)

Eligibility for the 2014 “Buckley and Casson AIB Dissertation Award” for the best dissertation in international business was all Ph.D. and D.B.A. students who successfully defended their dissertations between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013. The winner receives a plaque and a cash award. Furthermore, all finalists receive a travel stipend to allow them to present their research at the annual meeting. This year’s finalists will present their work at Session 1.4.1, June 24, 14:30-15:45, in Stanley Park Ballroom, Salons 2-3. “Trajectory of Innovation in Emerging Industries: Evidence from the Global Wind Power Industry” Snehal Suyash Awate, Indian School of Business (Ph.D. Awarded by Temple University) “The Organizational Design of Offshoring” Marcus M. Larsen, Copenhagen Business School (Ph.D. Awarded by Copenhagen Business School) “Pro-Internationalisation Policy and Outward Foreign Direct Investment“ Miguel Matos Torres, Universidade de Aveiro (Ph.D. Awarded by University of Aveiro) “Multinational Enterprises and Performance: Three Essays at the Interface between International Business and Strategic Management” Lars Matysiak, Justus Liebig University Giessen (Ph.D. Awarded by Justus Liebig University Giessen) “Foreign Acquisitions by Indian Multinational Enterprises: A Test of Internationalisation Frameworks” Surender Munjal, University of Leeds (Ph.D. Awarded by University of Leeds)

AIB/Sheth Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Award

(Award Presentation on June 26, 16:15-17:45, Stanley Park Ballroom) Sponsored by the Sheth Foundation and AIB Foundation The Dissertation Proposal Award is awarded in conjunction with the AIB/Sheth Doctoral Consortium. The proposals are judged based on the originality and theoretical foundations of the work, the rigor and soundness of the proposed method, and the potential contribution and impact of the proposal in advancing the field. Winner(s) receive a plaque and receive a cash award.

2014 JIBS Decade Award

(Award Presentation on June 26, 13:00-14:15, Stanley Park Ballroom) Sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan The award is designed to recognize the most influential paper published in the Journal of International Business Studies one decade before the Conference. In order to be considered for the 2014 award, a paper must have been included among the five most cited papers published in the 2004 Volume of JIBS. The winner of the award will make a retrospective presentation of their work, as well as some comments on where the field has progressed and where it should go next, in the JIBS Decade Award Session, Session 3.3.1 Winner: “Innovation, organizational capabilities, and the born-global firm” by Gary A Knight and Tamer Cavusgil, JIBS, 35(2): 124-141.

OTHER AWARDS BEING PRESENTED AT THE AIB CONFERENCE Best Paper Award in Emerging Economies Research (Award Presentation on June 25, 10:15-10:45, Coffee Break at Grand Ballroom) Sponsored by Bryant University

The SSE/WAIB Award for Increased Gender Awareness in International Business Research

(Award Presentation on June 24, 17:30-19:00, WAIB Reception at Grand Ballroom) Sponsored by the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and Women in AIB (WAIB) The Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden support WAIB’s (Women in AIB) endeavors by endowing an award for the best paper increasing gender awareness in international business research. All papers accepted to the AIB conference are eligible for submission for consideration to the IIB/WAIB awards committee. Winning authors will receive a plaque, a monetary award, and an invitation to submit the paper for publication in Emerald Publishing’s “Gender in Management”.

JTIB/WAIB Best Paper Award on Teaching International Business, Gender, and Diversity (Award Presentation on June 24, 17:30-19:00, WAIB Reception at Grand Ballroom) Sponsored by the Journal of Teaching in International Business (JTIB) and Women in AIB (WAIB)

The Journal of Teaching in International Business and Women in Academy of International Business are pleased to announce the 2014 JTIB/WAIB Award for the best teaching paper presented at the 2014 Vancouver meeting of the Academy of International Business. Submissions for this award must provide fresh insights or otherwise advance our understanding about teaching international business and promote gender equality and diversity. Winning authors will receive a monetary award provided by the sponsor Routledge/Taylor&Francis Group, the publisher of the Journal of teaching in International Business.

Presented for the fourth time, the award is sponsored by the International Business program at Bryant University. It is given to the best paper (as selected by a committee) accepted to a competitive session at the AIB Annual Meeting with a research focus on Emerging Economies. The author(s) of the winning manuscript will receive a certificate and a cash award at a Coffee Break sponsored by Bryant University.

“That’s Interesting!” Award

(Award Presentation on June 25, 15:45-16:15, Coffee Break at Grand Ballroom) Sponsored by Aalto University School of Business Presented for the third time, the award is sponsored by Aalto University School of Business. It recognizes the conference paper that most effectively pushes the boundaries of our existing knowledge in the field by crossing boundaries, challenging taken-for-granted assumptions in the field, denying old “truths”, attracting the reader’s attention, and making an original argument. The author(s) of the winning manuscript will receive a plaque and a cash award at a Coffee Break sponsored by Aalto University School of Business at the conference.

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CONGRATULATIONS! Palgrave Macmillan congratulates the winners of the

2014 Palgrave Macmillan/JIBS Decade Award

Gary Knight and S. Tamer Cavusgil for their paper

Innovation, organizational capabilities, and the born-global firm (JIBS 35.2 pp. 124-141)

Please join us on June 26 from 1:00-2:15pm in the Stanley Park Ballroom for the Decade Award session

Visit www.jibs.net to read this and past Decade Award-winning papers online

Benefits for AIB members Palgrave Macmillan is the proud publisher of Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), the official publication of the Academy of International Business. In extension of this partnership we are also pleased to offer the following benefits to AIB members: u 40% discount on ALL

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

General Conference Information Badge Identification

AIB Interact

Please check-in with the AIB Registration Desk to pick up your official name badge and conference materials. The name badge is required for admission to all conference sessions, events, meals, receptions, and exhibit hall.

New this year! Participate in practical 30-minute presentations from Exhibitors showcasing their products and technologies. See page 28 for a detailed schedule. Presentations take place at the specially designated booth in the Exhibit Hall.

Meet Your Chapter

Dress Code

Suggested dress code is business casual for all conference events including all receptions.

Registration Desk Hours

New this year! Get the opportunity to learn about your regional chapter’s events, activities, and publications. Network with participants from the same chapter and find out about opportunities to be more active with your chapter. See page 29 for a detailed schedule for Meet Your Chapter times. Meetings take place at the AIB Chapters booth in the Exhibit Hall.

Location: Conference Center Foyer Hours: Monday, June 23:

12:00pm – 7:00pm



Tuesday, June 24:

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Wednesday, June 25: 8:15am – 5:30pm



Thursday, June 26:

8:15am – 4:00pm

Placement Center Hours

Come to the Local Artisans Booth at the Exhibit Hall to learn about local arts and crafts, meet the artists, and buy your gifts without leaving the AIB conference! We will have a different artist at this specially designated booth every single day. Fashioned for Change on June 24, Burton Amos on June 25, and Robert Tait and Cheryl Stewart on June 26.

#AIB2014 on Twitter

Location: Bayshore Grand Ballroom-Salon C Hours: Tuesday, June 24:

Local Artisans

8:00am – 6:30pm



Wednesday, June 25: 8:00am – 5:30pm



Thursday, June 26:

Share your thoughts and experiences with fellow AIB members and interact with other participants on Twitter using #AIB2014 . Remember to follow @AIB_World for the latest updates.

8:00am – 4:30pm

Exhibit Hall Hours Location: Bayshore Grand Ballroom Hours: Tuesday, June 24:

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

DIRECTOR CHAIRMAN

Scholars Meet Practice In the 2014 program, we have arranged a number of sessions designed to initiate and stimulate discussions between IB scholars and practitioners in business and government. Many of our research projects aim to address questions faced by businesses, and hence it is important to both listen to what businesses are concerned about and to communicate answers that we may have. All these sessions take place in room Stanley Park 1.

How do MNEs Overcome Distrust and Build Legitimacy in Host Countries?

Session 2.1.2, Wednesday , 09:00-10:15 Panelists: Eric Ma, Neusoft Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University Pawan Budhwar, Aston University Chair: Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University Organized by Simon Fraser University

Session 1.1.2, Tuesday 09:00-10:15 Panelists: Sean Yang, President, Huawei Canada (tbc) Yuen Pau Woo, President and CEO, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Marshall Meyer, University of Pennsylvania Karl P. Sauvant, Columbia University Steve Globerman, Western Washington University Chair: Daniel Shapiro, Simon Fraser University Organized by Simon Fraser University

Women in Business in Canada

World Investment Report 2014

Investing in the Sustainable Development Goals: The TNC Contribution

Session 1.3.2, Tuesday 13:00-14:15 Panelists: James Zhan, UNCTAD Hafiz Mirza, UNCTAD Bin Xu, China Europe International Business School Ram Mudambi, Temple University Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds In this session, UNCTAD will launch its 2014 “WIR”. Organized by UNCTAD

Managing New Forms of Risk and Sustainability Challenges in the Global Economy Session 1.4.2, Tuesday 14:30-15:45 Panelists: Ray Castelli, CEO, Wetherhaven Jennifer Oetzel, American University Witold J. Henisz, University of Pennsylvania Rob van Tulder, RSM Erasmus University Chair: Chang Hoon Oh, Simon Fraser University Organized by Simon Fraser University



War For Talent

Session 2.2.2, Wednesday 10:45-12:00 Panelists: Geri Prior, ICBC Juggy Sihota-Chahil, TELUS Corporation Nancy J. Adler, McGill University Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University Chairs: Janet Y. Murray, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Malika Richards, Pennsylvania State University Organized by WAIB

Session 2.3.2, Wednesday 13:00-14:15 Panelists: James Zhan, UNCTAD Hafiz Mirza, UNCTAD Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds Rob van Tulder, RSM Erasmus University Organized by UNCTAD

The Future of Free Trade Agreements: Lessons from the Korea-US FTA

Session 2.5.2 - Panel Time: 16:15-17:30 Panelists: Troy Stangarone, Korea Economic Institute of America Sean Connell, East-West Center in Washington Hugh Stephens, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Karl P. Sauvant, Columbia University Chair: Yongsun Paik, Loyola Marymount University

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AIB Interact New this year! Participate in practical 30-minute presentations from the following exhibitors showcasing their products and technologies. Presentations take place at the specially designated booth in the Exhibit Hall. Look for the AIB INTERACT sign. Space is limited so please make sure to get there early!

Schedule Tuesday, June 24 09:30-10:00 Heritage Foundation 11:00-11:30 Palgrave Macmillan 13:30-14:00 Alexander Street Press 15:00-15:30 GlobaLens 16:30-17:00 McGraw-Hill Education Wednesday, June 25 09:30-10:00 Business Expert Press 11:00-11:30 Interpretive Simulations 13:30-14:00 McGraw-Hill Education 15:00-15:30 Heritage Foundation 16:30-17:00 Palgrave Macmillan Thursday, June 26 09:30-10:00 GlobaLens 11:00-11:30 Business Expert Press 13:30-14:00 Interpretive Simulations 15:00-15:30 Alexander Street Press

Session Descriptions ALEXANDER STREET PRESS 1:30pm on Tuesday, Jun 24 AND 3:00pm on Thursday, Jun 26 Online Learning Content for IB: High Use for Faculty and Low Cost to Students

International Business Online is a first-of-its-kind database of learning content delivered via the university library. Come see how we bring the speed and ease of library discovery to learning items like cases and videos and deliver them for under $1.00 each per year with no limit on usage. Presented By: Kathleen Saylor - Assistant Editor Business Products for Alexander Street Press

BUSINESS EXPERT PRESS 9:30am on Wednesday, June 25 AND 11:00am on Thursday, Jun 26 Publishing Opportunities With Business Expert Press:  An Overview This presentation is designed to give faculty an overview of Business Expert Press, a new kind of higher education publisher that seeks to publish brief, applied, topical, and inexpensive books, ebooks, and digital libraries for the MBA and EMBA markets in business schools worldwide. Attendees will learn about BEP, our positioning, our products, and publishing opportunities with BEP. Presented By: Rob Zwettler, Executive Acquisitions Editor, Business Expert Press

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GLOBALENS 3:00pm on Tuesday, Jun 24 AND 9:30pm on Thursday, Jun 26 GlobaLens: A Smart, New Alternative for International Business and Social Impact Case Studies

This presentation will introduce GlobaLens as a smart, new resource for international business and social impact-focused case studies, as well as other teaching materials. As the publishing division of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan, GlobaLens offers an unmatched selection of business cases relevant to the global business leaders of tomorrow. Presented By: Sandra Draheim, Marketing Manager, GlobaLens Case Publishing

HERITAGE FOUNDATION 9:30am on Tuesday, Jun 24 AND 3:00pm on Wednesday, Jun 25 The Economic Freedom Database: Predicting Profitability The database underlying the annual Index of Economic Freedom contains up to 20 years of data on 186 countries: more than 100,000 discrete data points. Researchers interested in predicting investment success, profitability, or risk can use the data to differentiate policies and performance at the country level or over time. Presented By: Ambassador Terry Miller, Managing Editor, The Index of Economic Freedom

INTERPRETIVE SIMULATIONS 11:00am on Wednesday, June 25 AND 1:30pm on Thursday, Jun 26 International Marketing and Business Simulations: Demo and Best Practices

In this session, we will demonstrate our International Marketing and International Business Simulations and provide examples of how it can be used effectively in the classroom. I think you will find the presentation to be informative and the event to be a good opportunity to ask questions about your specific course! Presented By: Clayton Shumate, President of Interpretive Simulations

MC-GRAW HILL EDUCATION 4:30pm on Tuesday, Jun 24 AND 1:30pm on Wednesday, Jun 25 Get Connected. Get Results! Recognized by CODiE, Quality Matters, and instructors around the world, Connect International Business is a platform that drives student engagement and results. McGraw-Hill Education, the leader in personalized, adaptive, and mobile technology has created a total course solution for its leading International Business brands. Stop by and get connected with Connect International Business. Presented By: Michael Gedatus, Marketing Manager and Anke Weekes, Senior Brand Manager, Mc-Graw Hill Education PALGRAVE MACMILLAN 11:00am on Tuesday, Jun 24 AND 4:30pm on Wednesday, Jun 25 Palgrave Pivot: Breaking Boundaries Publishing across the Humanities, the Social Sciences and Business, Palgrave Pivot introduces an innovative new format for scholarly research. Liberating scholarship from the straitjacket of traditional formats and business models, Palgrave Pivot offers authors the flexibility of publishing at lengths between the journal article and the conventional monograph. Presented By: Casie Vogel, Associate Editor, Palgrave Macmillan.

Meet Your Chapter Get the opportunity to learn about your regional chapter’s events, activities, and publications. Network with participants from the same chapter and find out about opportunities to be more active with your chapter. These meetings take place at the AIB Chapters booth in the Exhibit Hall.

Tuesday, June 24 10:00–11:00

US Southeast (Chair: Matthew Mitchell)

11:30–12:30

UK-Ireland (Chair: Heinz Tuselmann)

12:30–13:30

US Northeast (Chair: Mohammad Elahee)

15:30–16:30

Southeast Asia (Chair: T.S. Chan)

Wednesday, June 25 10:00–11:00

Eastern Europe (Chair: Lukasz Puslecki)

11:30–12:30

Latin America (Chair: Bill Newburry)

12:30–13:30

Canada (Chair: Howard Lin)

15:30–16:30

Australia-New Zealand (Chair: Elizabeth Rose)

Thursday, June 26 10:00–11:00

Western Europe (Chair: Jose Pla Barber)

11:30–12:30

US-West (Chair: Gary Knight)

12:30–13:30

US Midwest (Chair: Man Zhang)





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AIB 2014 Program Overview

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

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AIB 2014 Opening Plenary 17:00-19:00

Presidential Reception 19:00-21:00

AIB Chapter Chairs Luncheon and Workshop 12:30-16:30

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AIB Mid-Career Consortium 13:30-16:30

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AIB/JIBS Paper Development Workshop

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New Member Welcome Tea 15:30-16:30

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AIB 2014 Program Overview

Vancouver, Canada - June 23-26, 2014 Tuesday, June 24 Fellows Café I 8:00-8:45

1.1 Concurrent Sessions 9:00-10:15

Wednesday, June 25 8:00-8:15 8:15-8:30 8.30-8.45

Fellows Café II 8:00-8:45

1.2 AIB Fellows Plenary Eminent Scholar Award Session 10:45-12:00

LIGHT LUNCH 12:00-13:00

JIBS Editorial Board Meeting

1.4 Buckley-Casson Dissertation Award and Concurrent Sessions 14:30-15:45 COFFEE BREAK 15:45-16:15

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COFFEE BREAK 10:15-10:45

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LIGHT LUNCH 12:00-13:00

AIB Fellows Business Meeting

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WAIB Reception 17:30-18:30

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3.2 AIB Fellows Plenary Executive of the Year Award Session 10:45-12:00

LIGHT LUNCH 12:00-13:00

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3.3 JIBS Decade Award and Concurrent Sessions 10:45-12:00 BREAK 14:15-14:30

14.30-14.45 2.4 Concurrent Sessions 14:30-15:45

14.45-15.00 15.00-15.15 15.15-15.30

3.4 Concurrent Sessions 14:30-15:45

15.30-15.45 COFFEE BREAK 15:45-16:15

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COFFEE BREAK 15:45-16:15

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Thursday, June 26

AIB Gala Event Vancouver Convention Centre 19:00-21:00

3.5 AIB Awards Ceremony and Business Meeting 16:15-17:45

AIB Farewell Reception 17:45-19:00

19.00-19.30 19.30-20:00 20.00-20.30 20.30-21:00

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2014 AIB Conference Detailed Program Vancouver, Canada June 23-26, 2014 Legend for Symbols Used: Nominee for the Temple/AIB Best Paper Award Nominee for the Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar

SATURDAY, JUNE 21

MONDAY, JUNE 23

SATURDAY, JUNE 21 - 08:30-18:00

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 09:00-15:00

Time: 08:30-18:00 Room: Seymour

AJBS 27th Annual Conference

Time: 09:00-15:00 Room: Seymour

JIBS/AIB Paper Development Workshop

Annual conference of the Association of Japanese Business Studies. Separate registration is required.

SUNDAY, JUNE 22 SUNDAY, JUNE 22 - 09:00-16:00 Time: 09:00-16:00 Room: Seymour

AJBS 27th Annual Conference

Chairs: John A. Cantwell, Rutgers Business School and Petra Christmann, Rutgers University

Pre-admitted participants only. Lunch is provided. ✪The JIBS/AIB Paper Development Workshop is sponsored by the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 09:00-16:30 Session 0.2 - Pre-Conference Workshop

Time: 09:00-16:30 Room: Cypress 2

AIB Junior Faculty Consortium

Chair: Heather Berry, George Washington University

Annual conference of the Association of Japanese Business Studies. Separate registration is required.

SUNDAY, JUNE 22 - 09:00-17:00 Time: 09:00-17:00 Room: International Suite

AIB Board Meeting

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Session 0.1 - Pre-Conference Workshop

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Pre-admitted participants only. Lunch is provided. Faculty Panelists: Heather Berry, George Washington University Timothy Devinney, University of Leeds Torben Pedersen, Bocconi University Mariko Sakakibara, University of California, Los Angeles Robert Salomon, New York University Stephen Tallman, University of Richmond ✪The Junior Faculty Consortium is sponsored by the Boeing Institute at Saint Louis University

Time: 09:00-16:30 Room: Oak 1

AIB/Sheth Doctoral Student Consortium Chair: Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen

Pre-admitted participants only. Lunch is provided. Faculty Panelists: Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen Suma Athreye, Brunel University Tailan Chi, University of Kansas Jonathan Doh, Villanova University Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University/University of Pavia Jane Lu, University of Melbourne Jennifer Oetzel, American University Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University Christos Pitelis, University of Bath Rob van Tulder, RSM Erasmus University Xiaohua Yang, University of San Francisco ✪The Doctoral Student Consortium is sponsored by the Madhuri and Jagdish N. Sheth Foundation.

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 09:00-12:30 Time: 09:00-12:30 Room: International Suite

AIB Board Meeting

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 12:30-16:30 Session 0.4 - Pre-Conference Workshop

Time: 12:30-16:30 Room: International Suite

AIB Chapter Chairs Luncheon and Workshop

Chair: Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago and Aalto University School of Business

Monday, June 23

Session 0.3 - Pre-Conference Workshop

AIB Executive Board Members and AIB Chapter Chairs or representatives only. Participating Chapter Chairs (in alphabetical order): Melodena Balakrishnan, University of Wollongong in Dubai Tsang-Sing Chan, Lingnan University Mohammad Niamat Elahee, Quinnipiac University Gary A Knight, Willamette University Xiaohua Lin, Ryerson University Matthew Coy Mitchell, Drake University William Newburry, Florida International University Jose Pla-Barber, University of Valencia Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago and Aalto University School of Business Jaeyong Song, Seoul National University Lukasz Puslecki, Poznan University of Economics S. Raghunath, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Heinz Tuselmann, Manchester Metropolitan University Man Zhang, Bowling Green State University

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 13:30-16:30 Session 0.5 - Pre-Conference Workshop

Time: 13:30-16:30 Room: Chairman

AIB Mid-Career Consortium

Chair: David Reeb, National University of Singapore

Pre-admitted participants only. Faculty Panelists: David Reeb, National University of Singapore Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina Sattar Mansi, University of South Florida Douglas Cumming, York University Igor Filatotchev, City University London Carolyn Callahan, University of Louisville Jeffrey Reuer, Purdue University



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MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 15:30-16:30 Time: 15:30-16:30 Room: Marine

New Members Welcome Tea

Monday, June 23

✪ The New Members Welcome Tea is sponsored by the Fox School of Business at Temple University.

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 17:00-19:00 Time: 17:00-19:00 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

AIB 2014 Opening Plenary Coast Salish Traditional Welcome by Amanda Nahanee Welcome Remarks Robert Grosse, AIB President Klaus Meyer, 2014 Program Chair Daniel Shapiro, Local Host School Dean Presentation of the 2014 AIB Fellows Educator of the Year Award

AIB Fellows Panel: Dimensions of Context in International Business Chair: Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary

Context as the Focal Concept in International Business Research Klaus Meyer, China Europe International Business School Internationalization and International Entrepreneurship: A Business History Perspective Geoffrey Jones, Harvard University Understanding Regional Context as the New Frontier in MNE Strategy Research Alan Rugman, University of Reading

MONDAY, JUNE 23 - 19:00-21:00 Time: 19:00-21:00 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Presidential Reception The Presidential Reception, celebrating the opening of the 2014 AIB Conference will take place at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom. Business casual attire is recommended.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 08:00-08:45 Time: 08:00-08:45

AIB would like to welcome all new AIB members into our community with a casual get together. President Rob Grosse and other Board members will be present to welcome and meet our new members.

Session 0.7 - Plenary Special Session

TUESDAY, JUNE 24

2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Fellows Café I Start the day with a set of small group discussions hosted by an AIB Fellow, focused on an IB topic of current and mutual interest. Using Cases in IB Teaching (Room: Cowichan) Paul W. Beamish, Ivey Business School Are Family Firms More or Less Internationally Active than Non-Family Firms, and Why? (Room: Coquitlam) Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University/University of Pavia What Would be the Roles and Responsibilities for Multinational Firms in Emerging Markets? (Room: Chehalis) Sam Park, China Europe International Business School What is Needed to Get More Innovative and Influential Articles Published in the IB Field? (Room: Capilano) John Daniels, University of Miami Eleanor Westney, York University How and How Much do Business Model Concepts Need to be Adapted to be Useful in International Business Practice and Scholarship? (Room: Fir) Stephen Tallman, University of Richmond

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 09:00-10:15 Session 1.1.1 - Panel Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Cross-Cultural Competencies: Advances in Research and Practice

Chairs: Mary Maloney, University of St Thomas and Mary Zellmer-Bruhn, University of Minnesota

Panelists: Schon Beechler, INSEAD Sue Canney Davison, Pipal Limited Tony Fang, Stockholm University Stacey Fitzsimmons, University of Victoria and Western Michigan University Leigh Anne Liu, Georgia State University Sully Taylor, Portland State University

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Stanley Park 1

How do MNEs Overcome Distrust and Build Legitimacy in Host Countries Chair: Daniel Shapiro, Simon Fraser University

How do MNEs Overcome Distrust and Build Legitimacy in 0000000 Host Countries Sean Yang, President, Huawei Canada Yuen Pau Woo, President and CEO, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Marshall Meyer, University of Pennsylvania Karl P. Sauvant, Columbia University Steve Globerman, Western Washington University

Session 1.1.3 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Mackenzie

Global Knowledge Management

Chair: C. Annique Un, Northeastern University

R&D Offshoring and Knowledge-Exploiting Versus Augmenting Motives: The Mediating Role of Talent Shortage at Home Niccolo Pisani, University of Amsterdam Joan Enric Ricart, IESE Global R&D and Firm Innovation: Configuration and Collaborative Capability Anupama Phene, George Washington University Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC Orchestrating First Mover Advantages within the MNC Barbara Brenner, Danube University Krems Shalini Rogbeer, Goethe University Frankfurt-am-Main Direct Evidence on Learning by Exporting: Customers, Competitors and Technology Leadership Christoph Grimpe, Copenhagen Business School Rene Belderbos, Catholic University of Leuven

Session 1.1.4 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Seymour

Foreign Control and Subsidiary Initiative in HQ-Subsidiary Relationship

Chair: Vijay Edward Pereira, University of Portsmouth

Subsidiary Initiative in Ship Engineering: The InstitutionalEmbeddedness Perspective Ayse Saka-Helmhout, Radboud University Jon Erland Lervik, BI Norwegian Business School Psychic Distance, Global Mindset, and HeadquartersSubsidiary Relationship Quality: The Moderating Roles of Managers’ Overseas Study Experience and Non-Flexible Personality Jizhong Li, Curtin University Fuming Jiang, Curtin University Antonio Travaglione, Curtin University



Strategic Orientation, Foreign Parent Control, and Differentiation Capability Building of International Joint Ventures in an Emerging Market Xiaoyun Chen, University of Macau Xin Chen, University of Hong Kong Kevin Zhou, University of Hong Kong How Firms Make Boundary Decisions: The Role of Hierarchy Span and Expertise Span Magdalena Dobrajska, Copenhagen Business School Stephan Billinger, University of Southern Denmark Markus C. Becker, University of Southern Denmark

Session 1.1.5 - Competitive

Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cypress 1

Responsible Leadership and Environmental Sustainability

Chair: Hildy Jean Teegen, University of South Carolina

Foreign Direct Investment and Green Management Spillovers: Empirical Research based on Industrial Sector Panel Data in China Qian Li, Shanghai International Studies University Qiuzhi Xue, Fudan University

Tuesday, June 24

Session 1.1.2 - Special Session Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Foundations of Responsible Leadership in Asia and the West: Cross-Societal Variations in Senior Executives’ Responsibility Orientations Michael A. Witt, INSEAD Günter K. Stahl, WU Vienna Unveiling the Myth between Environmental Performance and Economic Performance: The Role of Green FSAs and Country Level Institutions Jieqiong Ma, Saint Louis University Nitish Singh, Saint Louis University Developing Responsible Global Leaders – The Rise and Methodology of International Service-Learning Programs Thomas Maak, ESADE Business School Nicola Manuela Pless, ESADE Business School Marketa Borecka, University of St. Gallen

Session 1.1.6 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cypress 2

How Do Firms Tackle Institutional Complexities across the Globe?

Chair: Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina

All Things Work Together for Innovation: Market Reform Synchronization and Firm Network Prominence Weilei (Stone) Shi, Baruch College, CUNY Li (Sunny) Sun, University of Missouri-Kansas City John Prescott, University of Pittsburgh Victor Zitian Chen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte From Institutional Theory to Institutional Distance Vincent Eduard Kunst, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Andre Antonius Johannes Van Hoorn, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

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Connections Undermine Connectivity: Concentrations of Market and Political Power and Mobile Teledensity Kinde Wubneh, University of Pennsylvania Witold J. Henisz, University of Pennsylvania Significance, Substance, and Dynamics of Regulatory Response: Japanese MNEs’ Ownership Strategies in China and the United States Min (Megan) Zhang, Ivey Business School Paul W. Beamish, Ivey Business School

Session 1.1.7 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Oak 1

Should Geographic Diversification Precede Product Diversification? Dirk Boehe, University of Adelaide

Session 1.1.9 - Competitive Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Fraser

Emerging Market Firms and Global Competitiveness

Chair: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University

Location Dynamics

The Location Strategies of Emerging Countries Multinationals in the EU Regions Roberta Rabellotti, Università di Pavia Riccardo Crescenzi, London School of Economics Carlo Pietrobelli, Interamerican Development Bank

Realizing Offshore Strategies: Sequential Effects in the Internationalization of Firm's Upstream and Support Activities Carlos Adrian Rodriguez, McGill University

Top Management Team Functional Diversity and Mixed Foreign Direct Investment by Emerging Economy Firms Lin Cui, Australian National University Yi Li, Australian National University

Chair: Bernie Wolf, York University

Tuesday, June 24

A Simultaneous Examination of Outsourcing and Location Choices: Implications for the Theory of the Firm Michael Leiblein, Ohio State University Marcus M. Larsen, Copenhagen Business School Torben Pedersen, Bocconi University ‘We Must Compete Against Other Locations… It is like a Beauty Competition’: The Influence and Institutional Positioning of ‘Softer’ Factors for Investment at the Subnational Level Sinead Monaghan, University of Limerick Jonathan Lavelle, University of Limerick Patrick Gunnigle, University of Limerick Does Outbound FDI Affect Domestic Employment? – The Role of Investment Motivations Eunsuk Hong, SOAS, University of London In Hyeock Lee, Loyola University Chicago Shige Makino, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Session 1.1.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Oak 2

What is the Real Role of Strategy in CrossBorder FDI? Chair: Daniel Han Ming Chng , China Europe International Business School

A Capability-based Perspective on Target Selection in Acquisitions: Evidence from Chinese Brewing 1999-2007 Aseem Kaul, University of Minnesota Xun (Brian) Wu, University of Michigan Reviewing the Strategy Tripod in the Context of Japan's Nuclear Industry Camilla Nellemann, Rikkyo University Barriers to Imitation and Commercialization: Selecting Effective Strategies for Intellectual Property Protection James Nebus, Suffolk University Kah Hin Chai, National University of Singapore Annapoornima Subramanian, National University of Singapore

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Hybrid Organizations in Global Value Chains: Impact Sourcing Service Providers in the U.S., India and Kenya Chacko George Kannothra, University of Massachusetts, Boston Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts, Boston Eliad Shmuel, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Session 1.1.10 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Thompson

MNE Non-Market Strategy in Host Economies Chair: Jonathan Doh, Villanova University

Political network intensity fit and strategic performance: Evidence from wholly owned foreign subsidiaries in a volatile environment George O. White III, Old Dominion University Stav Fainshmidt, Old Dominion University & Florida International University Tazeeb Rajwani, Cranfield University Roberto Martin N. Galang, Ateneo de Manila University Thomas A. Hemphill, University of Michigan-Flint A Taxonomy of Adaptive Political Strategies: Managing Host Political Contexts in Emerging Economies Maria Andrea De Villa, Universidad EAFIT Tazeeb Rajwani, Cranfield University Thomas Lawton, Open University Kamel Mellahi, Warwick Business School Adapting to the Future: Global-Local Strategy and Institutional Change in Emerging Markets Meng Zhao, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO Sam Park, China Europe International Business School

Session 1.1.11 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Arbutus

M&As in Internationalization

Session 1.1.13 - Interactive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cowichan

Emerging Economies and International Entrepreneurship

Chair: Ulrike Mayrhofer, IAE Lyon

Chair: Wade Danis, University of Victoria

A Behavioral Decision Theory Perspective on the Effects of Top Management Equity Ownership and Compensation Mix in Establishment Mode Choice Decisions Deepak Datta, University of Texas at Arlington Within-Country Diversity Effects on Foreign Acquisitions Douglas Dow, University of Melbourne Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University Gokhan Ertug, Singapore Management University Contextualizing the Relationship between Parent Firm's Size and the Choice between Greenfield and Acquisition: A MetaAnalysis Hendrik Klier, Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf Desislava Dikova, WU Vienna Christian Schwens, Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf

Session 1.1.12 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Fir

Advancing Theory on Internationalization Chair: Liena Kano, University of Calgary

Connecting the Missing Link of Entry Mode, Location Choice, and International Market Selection: A Holistic Examination of Firms' Internationalization Processes Markus Goelz, University of Melbourne Tom Osegowitsch, University of Melbourne Andre Sammartino, University of Melbourne Sachiko Yamao, University of Melbourne Interlocking Directorates and U.S. IPO Firms’ Operational Internationalization: Evidence from 2008-2010 Orhun Guldiken, Old Dominion University Daanish Pestonjee, University of Arkansas Izzet Darendeli , Temple University Transferability of Status and Experience Advantages in International Venture Capital Investments Elisa Alvarez-Garrido, Georgia State University Isin Guler, Sabanci University Configurational Antecedents of Opportunism Luis Lopez, INCAE Luciano Ciravegna, INCAE Sumit K. Kundu, Florida International University



Exploring the Role of Internet Marketing Capabilities on Business Relationships for Emerging Market SMEs Constanza C. Bianchi, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Shane Mathews, Queensland University of Technology What drives the Internationalization of Small and Mediumsized Subcontracting Firms? A Study of Korean Manufacturers Martin Hemmert, Korea University Jaejin Kim, Korea University International Entrepreneurship in Small Economies: What can we learn from the South? Christian Felzensztein, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez Gabriel Parra, Stanford University

Tuesday, June 24

Chinese Cross-border M&A in Advanced Economies: Antecedents and Implications Monica Yang, Adelphi University Ping Deng, Cleveland State University

Barriers to Internationalization of New Technology-Based Firms: Empirical Evidence from Micro and Small Ventures from Brazil Fernanda Ribeiro, University Center of FEI Roberto Bernardes, University Center of FEI Felipe Borini, ESPM Understanding the Driving Forces of Chinese Born Global Firms’ Formation Xi Chen, China University of Political Science and Law Zuohao Hu, Tsinghua University Construction of Explanatory Model of Entrepreneurship Propensity to the Countries of Latin America Raimundo Eduardo Silveira Fontenele, Universidade de Fortaleza Alexandre Oliveira Lima, Universidade de Fortaleza Jose Luciano Monteiro Junior, Edmonton Transit System

Session 1.1.14 - Interactive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Coquitlam

International Product, Pricing, and Promotion Strategies Chair: Bodo B. Schlegelmilch, WU Vienna

Analyzing the Market's Response to Price Promotions of Vice and Virtue Product Categories: A Spanish Case Enar Ruiz-Conde, University of Alicante Francisco José Mas-Ruiz, University of Alicante Aurora Calderon-Martinez, University of Alicante Josefa Parreño-Selva, University of Alicante The Effectiveness of Differentiated Generic Product Strategy in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Indian Service Firms Lance E. Brouthers, Kennesaw State University Edward O'Donnell, Columbus State University Dawn L. Keig, Whitworth University Victor B. Marshall, Kennesaw State University

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Unlocking Advertising, Activation and Sponsorship in an Emerging Market: The Case of Beijing Olympics Harald Dolles, Molde University College / University of Gothenburg Sten Soderman, Stockholm University Local-relevant Cause-related Marketing Reduces Piracy Consumption in Foreign Markets Felix Tang, Hang Seng Management College Candy K.Y. Ho, Hong Kong Baptist University Shirley Y.Y. Cheng, Hong Kong Baptist University Market Orientation and CSR: Performance Implications Timothy Kiessling, Bilkent University Lars Isaksson, Bond University Burze Yasar, Bilkent University Marina Dabic, Nottingham Trent University & University of Zagreb

Tuesday, June 24

Local Adaptation of International Business-to-Business Marketing in Emerging Markets - The Case of Swedish Firms in China Hans Jansson, Linneus University Susanne Sandberg, Linnaeus University Central Role of Market Orientation and Learning Advantages of Newness for Marketing Strategy Innovativeness and Performance of International New Ventures Peter Gabrielsson, University of Vaasa Compare MNC’s Social Media Marketing Differences between U.S. and China based on Existing Frameworks of Interactive Communications Zhan Wang, Saint Louis University

Session 1.1.15 - Interactive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Capilano

Cross-border Economic Activities Chair: Stefan Schmid, ESCP Europe

Is the Magic of the Diaspora a Fact or a Fiction? A Study of Taiwan’s Economic Performance in the Bamboo Network Chengli Tien, National Taiwan Normal University Chin-jung Luan, National Dong Hwa University

Does Mother Tongue Make for Women's work? linguistics, household Labor, and Gender Identity Amir Shoham, Temple University Daniel Hicks, University of Oklahoma Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, ESSEC

Session 1.1.16 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Chehalis

The Impact of Institutions on CSR and Sustainability Chair: Douglas Cumming, York University

MNCs CSR Practices in a Developing Economy - An Institution-based Perspectives Zaheer Khan, University of Hull Yong Kyu Lew, University of Manchester Antecedents for CSR Practices in Small and Medium Sized MNE Subsidiaries: A Stakeholder Perspective Byung Il Park, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Kwang-Ho Kim, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Determinants of Organizational Mindfulness in Green Practice Implementation: An Empirical Study on Chinese Logistics Companies Yi-Hui Ho, Chang Jung Christian University Chieh-Yu Lin, Chang Jung Christian University Influence of Institutional Pressure on Climate Change Project Disclosure by Oil and Gas Companies Monica Cavalcanti Sa de Abreu, Federal University of Ceara Samia Raquel Castor Albuquerque, Ernest Young Marcelle Colares Oliveira, Federal University of Ceara Corporate Social Responsibility: A Comparison of Japanese and Western Pharmaceutical companies Terry Wu, University of Ontario Institute of Technology Yuko Kimura, University of Leicester

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 10:15-10:45

National Culture and Takeover Performance Astrid Juliane Salzmann, RWTH Aachen University Wolfgang Breuer, RWTH Aachen University The Effects of Domestic and Foreign Institutional Ownership on Corporate Transparency in the Presence of Control Benefit Moo Sung Kim, Zayed University Jongmoo Jay Choi, Temple University Temporary Investment Incentives and Divestment by Foreign Firms Jose Mata, Nova School of Business and Economics Paulo Guimaraes, Porto University Profits and Economic Development Eric Werker, Harvard Business School Daniel Schwab, Boston University

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Time: 10:15-10:45 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Coffee Break Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 10:45-12:00 Session 1.2 - Plenary Special Session

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

AIB Fellows Eminent Scholar Award Session

Session 1.3.2 - Special Session Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Stanley Park 1

World Investment Report 2014 (UNCTAD Special Session)

Chair: James Zhan, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

Chair: Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University

The Importance of International Diversification in IB Research Shige Makino, Chinese University of Hong Kong The Intellectual Legacy of Richard Rumelt José de la Torre, Florida International University Good Strategy, Bad Strategy: A Personal Retrospective Kathleen R. Conner

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 12:00-13:00 Time: 12:00-13:00 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Light Lunch A light lunch will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

Time: 12:00-13:00 Room: Mackenzie

JIBS Editorial Board Meeting JIBS Editorial Board Members Only.

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 13:00-14:15 Session 1.3.1 - Panel Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

The Multifaceted Role of Language in International Business

Chair: Mary-Yoko Brannen, University of Victoria Discussant: Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University

Special Session featuring the launch of the 2014 World Investment Report by UNCTAD.

0000000 Developments in International Investment: Global, Regional, and Policy Trends, Structure of Capital Flows, and Tax Contribution of TNCs James Zhan, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Hafiz Mirza, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Discussants Bin Xu, China Europe International Business School Ram Mudambi, Temple University Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds

Session 1.3.3 - Competitive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Mackenzie

International Business and the ResourceBased View Chair: Desislava Dikova, WU Vienna

A Review of International Innovation Research: Using Past Development to Propose a Framework for Future Development Brian R. Chabowski, University of Tulsa Tomas Hult, Michigan State University Natural Resources and RBV: Sources of Sustained Competitive Advantage and Implication for Innovation Bettina Bastian, American University of Beirut Ulf-Henning Richter, Nottingham University China Christopher L. Tucci, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Frugality-Based Advantage Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University Impact of Resource Constraints and Learning from Temporary Organizations in the Internationalization of R&D Metin Onal Vural, IE Business School

Panelists: Agnieszka Chidlow, Manchester Metropolitan University Catherine Cramton, George Mason University Pamela Hinds, Stanford University Andrei Kuznetsov, University of Central Lancashire Vesa Matti Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Amir Shoham, Temple University Helene Tenzer, Tuebingen University Catherine Welch, University of Sydney



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Tuesday, June 24

Diversification, Good Strategy and Bad Strategy: Implications for International Business Research (Keynote by 2014 AIB Fellows Eminent Scholar Award Recipient) Richard P. Rumelt, UCLA

Session 1.3.4 - Panel Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Seymour

Against the Odds: Women Entrepreneurs in Emerging Economies (WAIB Special Session) Chair: Jean Lee, China Europe International Business School

Panelists: Amanda Bullough, Thunderbird School of Global Management Tanvi Kothari, San Jose State University Tugba Kalafatoglu, ESADE Business School Melodena Balakrishnan, University of Wollongong in Dubai

Session 1.3.5 - Competitive

Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cypress 1

Tuesday, June 24

Institutions, Corporate Governance, and CSR Chair: Michael A. Witt, INSEAD

Institutional Dynamics and Organizations Affecting the Adoption of Sustainable Development in the United Kingdom and Brazil Monica Cavalcanti Sa de Abreu, Federal University of Ceara Larissa Teixeira da Cunha, Federal University of Ceara Jason Joannou, University of Cambridge Claire Barlow, University of Cambridge A Cross National Study of the Impact of Changes in Institutional Environment on Corporate Governance Practices Shirley J. Daniel, University of Hawaii at Manoa Jaehyeon Kim, University of Hawaii at Manoa Joshua K Cieslewicz, Utah Valley University Drivers of Corporate Sustainability Investment among Retailers and Food Manufacturers: Evidence from the U.S. , Europe and Africa Kudzai Mukumbi, Michigan State University Brenda Sternquist, Michigan State University Corporate Social Responsibility, Firm Value, and the Role of Country-Level Institutional Environment Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina Yongtae Kim, Santa Clara University

Building Radical Innovation Capabilities in Emerging Market Subsidiaries: The Case of Intel in India Pavan Soni, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore K. Kumar, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Loose-Lipped Leviathan? Transparency in Private- and StateOwned Multinationals Anthony Cannizzaro, George Washington University Robert J. Weiner, George Washington University

Session 1.3.7 - Competitive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Oak 1

Consumer Identification, Expectation, Dissatisfaction, and Response

Chair: Reccia Natasha Charles, St. George's University

Expressing Consumer Dissatisfaction through Voice, Third Party or Private Response: A Cross-National Comparison Olga Chapa, University of Houston-Victoria Monica D. Hernandez, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Valerie Wang, Ohio University The Effects of Consumer Expectations on Credit Card Overuse Sandra Awanis, Lancaster University Bodo B. Schlegelmilch, WU Vienna An Examination of the Interplay between Corporate Social Responsibility, the Brand’s Home Country, and Consumer Global Identification Peter Magnusson, Florida International University Stanford Westjohn, University of Toledo Srdan Zdravkovic, Bryant University Factors of Consumer Responses to Green Advertising: Cultural Orientation, Environmental Concern, and Product Involvement Chanthika Pornpitakpan, University of Macau Yizhou Yuan, University of Macau

Session 1.3.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Oak 2

How Much Do HR Choices Matter for FDI Performance? Chair: Jesper Edman, Hitsubashi University

Innovation in Emerging Economies, and State Ownership

Cross-border Mergers and Domestic-firm Wages: Integrating ‘Spillover Effects’ and ‘Bargaining Effects’ Joseph Clougherty, Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Klaus Gugler, WU Vienna Lars Sorgard, Norwegian School of Economics Florian Szuecs, DIW Berlin

Playing Catch Up: How Emerging Market and Non-Market Environments affect Firms’ Product Innovation Jing Li, Simon Fraser University Jun Xia, University of Texas at Dallas Edward J. Zajac, Northwestern University

When International Experience and Diversity are (not) Helpful: The Non-Linear Effects of Executives’ International Orientation on Foreign Acquisition Performance Dorota Piaskowska, University College Dublin Grzegorz Trojanowski, University of Exeter Suparna Ray, University of Exeter Rajesh Tharyan, University of Exeter

Session 1.3.6 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cypress 2

Chair: Sheila Puffer , Northeatern University

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Legal Astuteness and International Expansion Modes Brian C. Pinkham, Ivey Business School

Session 1.3.11 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Foreign-Born CEO Successions and Changes in M&A Strategy Yannick Thams, Suffolk University Aya Chacar, Florida International University

Networks and Linkages

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Fraser

Slicing and Dicing for Innovation

Chair: Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney

Fine-Slicing Global Value Chains: A Protection for Proprietary Content Julien Gooris, CEPII Carine Peeters, Université Libre de Bruxelles The Role of Non-Economic Factors in Offshoring Decisions: A Qualitative Analysis Martina Musteen, San Diego State University Dynamics of Persistant Heterogeneity in the Global Configuration of Business Services Value Chains Carine Peeters, Université Libre de Bruxelles Arie Y. Lewin, Duke University Thriving Innovation Amidst Manufacturing Collapse: Detroit and the Stickiness of Local Knowledge Marcelo Cano Kollmann, Temple University Thomas Hannigan, Temple University Hongryol Cha, Temple University

Session 1.3.10 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Thompson

Governance

Chair: Nancy R. Buchan, University of South Carolina

Ownership and Productivity: Estimate Direct and Indirect Causal Effects of FDI Yundan Gong, Aston University Sourafel Girma, University of Nottingham Holger Görg, Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel Sandra Lancheros, Nottingham University China

Chair: Ulrike Mayrhofer, IAE Lyon

The Moderating Influence of Corruption Pervasiveness and Industrial Sector on Cross-National Distance and Foreign Subsidiary Adaptive Capability Building George O. White III, Old Dominion University Orhun Guldiken, Old Dominion University Shuji Rosey Bao, Old Dominion University When in Rome, do as the Romans do: Subsidiary Autonomy as a Response to Corruption Distance after Entry Grazia D. Santangelo, University of Catania Larissa Rabbiosi, Copenhagen Business School Network and Internationalisation - A Review of more than 20 Years of Research Pao T. Kao, Uppsala University

Tuesday, June 24

Session 1.3.9 - Competitive Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Arbutus

What Explains Better the Success of Cross-border Technology Transfers in MNCs: Traditional Coordination Instruments or Modern Management Concepts? Joachim Wolf, University of Kiel William G. Egelhoff, Fordham University Christian Rohrlack, Sauer Danfoss

Session 1.3.13 - Interactive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cowichan

MNEs, Non-market Actors and Entrepreneurship

Chair: Simon Harris, University of Edinburgh

A Complementarity Perspective on Dual Embeddedness and Subsidiary Entrepreneurship: The Importance of Matching Ties to Internal and External Actors Nathaniel Curtis Lupton, Fordham University Christopher Williams, Ivey Business School The Role of Religious-Based Social Networks in SME Internationalization Yusuf Kurt, University of Manchester

Why do the Turkish Firms Invest in Mainland Europe? Sathyajit. R. Gubbi, University of Groningen Sinan Sular, University of Groningen

Making Internationalization Research More Policy Relevant: A Processual Methodology to Engaged Scholarship Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow Stephen Young, University of Glasgow Pavlos Dimitratos, University of Glasgow

A Coasian Analysis of Corporate Governance Systems Dorothee Feils, University of Alberta Manzur Rahman, University of San Diego Florin Sabac, University of Alberta

Strategic Approach to Subsidiary Entrepreneurship: Opportunity Identification and Exploitation Kim Clark, St. Mary's College of California Indu Ramachandran, Texas State University Interactive Influence of Public Policy and Societal Culture on Entrepreneurship: Propositions and a Three-Nation Illustration Joseph L.C. Cheng, University of New South Wales Bradley R. Skousen, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales



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Session 1.3.14 - Interactive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Coquitlam

National Differences in International Marketing Strategy Chair: Gary A Knight, Willamette University

Friendliness, Helpfulness and Respectfulness: The Effect of Employee Attributes on Customer Satisfaction Li Yan, University of Macau Matthew T. Liu, University of Macau Dynamic Capabilities, Export Pricing Strategies and the Influence on Export Performance Katharina Maria Hofer, Johannes Kepler University Linz Lisa Niehoff, Johannes Kepler University Linz Gerhard A. Wuehrer, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Emerging Economy Firm Acquisitions in Tax Havens Murali D.R. Chari, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Senay Acikgoz, Gazi University National Context and Organizational Performance G.Ronald Gilbert, Florida International University Mary Ann Von Glinow, Florida International University Local Home-Market Competitive Intensity and Foreign Market Entry Timing K. Skylar Powell, Western Washington University

Session 1.3.16 - Interactive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Chehalis

HR, Governance, and Ownership

Chair: Wolfgang Sofka, Copenhagen Business School

Tuesday, June 24

Exporting Agricultural Geographical Indicators: The Challenge of Consumer Confusion from Non-Genuine Products Stefanie Beninger, Simon Fraser University June N. P. Francis, Simon Fraser University

External Social Ties as Binding and Blinding: The Case of a Vietnamese Social Enterprise Sarah Easter, University of Victoria Mary Conway Dato-on, Rollins College

The Impact of Risk Aversion and Prior Experience in Tourism Destination Decisions Albert Nugraha, Macquarie University Greg Elliott, Macquarie University Hamin Hamin, Macquarie University

Obstacles to Localization from an Expatriate and National Perspective in the Emirate of Qatar Justin Shale Williams, University of Calgary Ramudu Bhanupopan, Charles Sturt University

Affordability Strategies for Central and Eastern Europe: From Charity to a Sustainable Business Model Arnold Schuh, WU Vienna Verena Gumpoldsberger, WU Vienna A Conceptualization to Investigate the Direct and Indirect Impacts of Government Policy on the Performance of SME Cocoa Exporter in African Economies Michael Zisuh Ngoasong, Open University Sam Zisuh Njinyah, University of Wales Trinity Saint David The Perceived Threats from Immigrants and their Effects on Government Services Equality Amro Maher, Qatar University Olfa Benarfa, Qatar University

Session 1.3.15 - Interactive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Capilano

Home-country Institutions and the Internationalization of MNEs

Chair: Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

Home Institutions and Outward Foreign Direct InvestmentOFDI from Developing Countries Mohamed Amal, Regional University of Blumenau- FURB Bruno Thiago Tomio, Regional University of BlumenauFURB The Effect of Home Origin in MNEs’ DiversificationPerformance Relationships: An Analysis Across 33 Countries Brian Tan, Nanyang Technology University Asda Chintakananda, Nanynag Technology University

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Agency Theory and China: A Meta-Analysis Canan Canbulat Mutlu, University of Texas at Dallas Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas Sabrina Saleh, University of South Carolina Financial Logic Versus Community Logic: the Contingent Effect of Foreign Ownership on R&D Search Pattern in Japan Xing Chen, Chinese University of Hong Kong Daphne W. Yiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong The Effect of Foreign Institutional Investors on R&D Investment KwangWook Gang, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Han-Gyun Woo, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Ji-Yu Kim, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology When do Owners Prefer Longer Debt Maturity? International Evidence from SE Asia Sorin Rizeanu, University of Victoria

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 14:15-14:30 Time: 14:15-14:30

Break Short break to facilitate transition between sessions. No refreshment service will be provided.

Session 1.4.1 - Special Session Special Session

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award Presentations Chair: Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds

Presentations by the 2014 Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award Finalists. The finalists are listed alphabetically. Trajectory of Innovation in Emerging Industries: Evidence from the Global Wind Power Industry Snehal Suyash Awate, Indian School of Business (Ph.D. Awarded by Temple University) The Organizational Design of Offshoring Marcus M. Larsen, Copenhagen Business School Pro-Internationalisation Policy and Outward Foreign Direct Investment Miguel Matos Torres, Universidade de Aveiro Multinational Enterprises and Performance: Three Essays at the Interface between International Business and Strategic Management Lars Matysiak, Justus Liebig University Giessen Foreign Acquisitions by Indian Multinational Enterprises: A Test of Internationalisation Frameworks Surender Munjal, University of Leeds ✪The Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award is being sponsored by Henley Business School, University of Reading and the Centre for International Business, University of Leeds (CIBUL).

Session 1.4.2 - Special Session Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Stanley Park 1

Managing New Forms of Risk and Sustainability Challenges in the Global Economy

Chair: Chang Hoon Oh, Simon Fraser University

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Managing New Forms of Risk and Sustainability Challenges in the Global Economy Ray Castelli, CEO, Wetherhaven Jennifer Oetzel, American University Witold J. Henisz, University of Pennsylvania Rob van Tulder, RSM Erasmus University

Session 1.4.3 - Panel Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Mackenzie

Boundary Spanning in Global Organizations Chair: Ajai Gaur, Rutgers University

Panelists: Andreas Schotter, Ivey Business School Ram Mudambi, Temple University Yves Doz, INSEAD Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD

Session 1.4.4 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Seymour

International Entrepreneurship: Knowledge, Capabilities and Learning Chair: Peter W. Liesch, University of Queensland

Learning by Exporting: Short-Term vs. Longer Term Effects of Export Duration on Product Innovations. Do Born Globals Learn Differently? Matthias Baum, University of Kaiserslautern Sui Sui, Ryerson University

Tuesday, June 24

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 14:30-15:45

A Longitudinal Study of Learning for Sustainable Internationalization Simon Harris, University of Edinburgh Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow Developing International Opportunities in Firm Internationalization: Non-Linear Effects of Market Knowledge and Internationalization Knowledge Niklas Åkerman, Linnaeus University A Process of New Ventures Internationalization: Capabilities, Alertness and the Moderating Role of Technological Turbulence Nuno Fernandes Crespo, Lisboa - School of Economics & Management Vitor Corado Simoes, ISEG, University of Lisboa Margarida Fontes, Laboratorio Nacional de Energia e Geologia

Session 1.4.5 - Competitive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Cypress 1

Bottom of the Pyramid and Ethical Challenges in Emerging Economies Chair: Htwe Htwe Thein, Curtin University

Religious versus Secular Microfinance Institutions (MFIs): An Examination of Their Social Performance in Base of Pyramid (BoP) Markets Abraham Stefanidis, St. John's University R. Mitch Casselman, St. John's University Linda M. Sama, St. John's University Articulating Globalization: Exploring the BOP Terrain Suparna Chatterjee, Xavier University



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Ethical Lobbying? Explaining the Determinants of Foreign Firms’ Political CSR Activities in Emerging Economies Vikrant Shirodkar, University of Sussex Eshani Beddewela, University of Huddersfield Ulf-Henning Richter, Nottingham University China Invisible Compromises: Global Business, Local Ecosystems, and the Commercial Bumble Bee Trade Carol Reade, San Jose State University Koichi Goka, National Institute for Environmental Studies Robbin Thorp, University of California, Davis Masahiro Mitsuhata, Arysta LifeScience Corporation Marius Wasbauer, University of California, Davis Mark McKenna, Hult International Business School

Session 1.4.6 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Cypress 2

National and Subnational Institutions in International Business

Tuesday, June 24

Chair: Saul Estrin, London School of Economics

SOE as a Double-Edged Sword: The Effects of Subnational Political Institutions on Foreign Firms’ Ownership Strategy Shu Yu, National University of Singapore Andrew Delios, National University of Singapore IPR at the Host Locations and the Internal Division of Innovative Labor within Multinational Enterprises Anand Nandkumar, Indian School of Business Kannan Srikanth, Indian School of Business Subnational Institution, Regional and Foreign Subsidiaries’ Characteristics and Foreign Subsidiary Performance Christine M. Chan, University of Hong Kong Andy C. Niu, University of Hong Kong Jia Lin Du, University of Hong Kong Tao Bai, University of Hong Kong How and When Do Sub-national Institutions Matter for Corporate R&D in Emerging Economies? Pei Sun, Fudan University Zhe Qu, Fudan University

Session 1.4.7 - Competitive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Oak 1

Marketers' and Consumers' Responses to Cultural Issues Chair: Saeed Samiee, University of Tulsa

The Inconsistency of Explicit and Implicit Manifestations of Ethnocentric Bias Ting-hsiang Tseng, Feng Chia University George Balabanis, City University London Matthew T. Liu, University of Macau How to Build a Cross-Cultural Brand by Merging Cultural Elements: Case Study of Taiwanese Cultural Creative Brands Hsiu Ying Huang, Feng Chia University Sheng Tsung Hou, Feng Chia University

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Cultural Intelligence, Collective Identity, and Willingness to Buy Alexey V. Semenov, Saint Louis University Arilova A. Randrianasolo, Saint Louis University Mark J. Arnold, Saint Louis University Kristy E. Reynolds, University of Alabama Differences in Attributions to Globalization and Liberalization in India Kubulay Gok, Abdullah Gul University Daniel Rutledge, University of Lethbridge Sameer Deshpande, University of Lethbridge Gordon Hunter, University of Lethbridge Michelle Nelson, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Session 1.4.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Oak 2

Emerging Economies and the Determinants of Corporate Performance Chair: Dean Xu, University of Melbourne

Strategic Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in International Expansion of Emerging Market Multinationals Olga Hawn, Boston University Perils of Quasi Global Mindset: Why Japanese MNEs Struggle in Emerging Economies Katsuhiko Shimizu, Keio University The Effects of Internationalization and Organizational Slack on Performance of Emerging Market Firms: Empirical Evidence from India 2000-2010 PhilSoo Kim, Yonsei University Young-Ryeol Park, Yonsei University Factors Affecting International Joint Venture Innovation: An Empirical Analysis of Market Challenge, Strategic Orientation and their Impact on Innovation in IJVs Chansoo Park, Memorial University of Newfoundland Yiannis Kouropalatis, Cardiff University

Session 1.4.9 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Fraser

Corporate Political Ties around the World Chair: Deli Yang, Trinity University

What is the Logic behind Political Connectedness? Institutional Logics and Varieties of Firm-Government Interactions Tolga Ulusemre, University of South Carolina Ties that Bind: A Study into Ambassadors’ Contribution to Commercial Diplomacy and Trade Huub Ruel, Windesheim University Han Abbink, University of Twente Harry Van Der Kaap, University of Twente

Do Political Connections Protect Firms from Adverse Policies? The Case of Partial Nationalization in Argentina, 2008-2011 Marcelo Cano Kollmann, Temple University Susan Feinberg, Temple University Jongmoo Jay Choi, Temple University Political Ties and Regulator Vulnerabilities to Political Pressure: The Moderating Effects of Regulatory and Political Distance George O. White III, Old Dominion University Thomas A. Hemphill, University of Michigan-Flint Tazeeb Rajwani, Cranfield University

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Thompson

SME Exporting and Internationalization Chair: Erkko Autio, Imperial College

Local Responsiveness of Chinese FDI Projects in Australia: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of Configurations Di Fan, Deakin University Lin Cui, Australian National University Yi Li, Australian National University Cherrie J. Zhu, Monash University

Session 1.4.12 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Fir

Adapting to Intercultural Situations: Cultural Intelligence, Sensemaking, and Relational Negotiation Behavior

Chair: Davina Vora, State University of New York at New Paltz

Regional and Global Exporting in SMEs: An Investigation of Ownership and Outside Managers Alfredo D'Angelo, University of Glasgow Antonio Majocchi, University of Pavia Trevor Buck, University of Glasgow

Offshoring of Knowledge Activities: An Empirical Study of U.S. and South Korean SMEs Mujtaba Ahsan, San Diego State University Martina Musteen, San Diego State University Taekyung Park, Yeungnam University

Measuring Cultural Intelligence: Validation of a New Scale David C. Thomas, University of New South Wales Yuan Liao, University of New South Wales Zeynep Aycan, Koc University Jean-Luc Cerdin, ESSEC Andre A. Pekerti, University of Queensland Elizabeth C. Ravlin, University of South Carolina Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University Henry Fock, Hong Kong Baptist University Denni Arli, Griffith University Miriam Moeller, University of Queensland Tyler Okimoto, University of Queensland Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University

The Evolution of International New Ventures - A Process Study of the Short and Medium Term Growth Francisco J. Acedo , Universidad de Sevilla Olli Kuivalainen, Lappeenranta University of Technology Jose C. Casillas, Universidad de Sevilla

The Dynamics of Relational Behavior in International Negotiations: Adaptation across Cultural Gaps Junjun Cheng, Fudan University Yong Su, Fudan University Zhan Wu, University of Sydney

Antecedents and Consequences of Firm´s Export Marketing Strategy An Empirical Study of Austrian SMEs Manfred Fuchs, Karl-Franzens University Graz Mariella Koestner, Karl-Franzens University Graz

Session 1.4.11 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Arbutus

New Perspectives on Internationalization

Chair: Bent Petersen, Copenhagen Business School

MNEs’ Semiglobalization: A Firm-Level Contingency Analysis Jean-Luc Arregle, EMLYON Toyah L. Miller, Indiana University Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University Paul W. Beamish, Ivey Business School

Tuesday, June 24

Session 1.4.10 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Beyond Embedding in MNC Research: A New Way of Economic Sociology Thinking Matevz Raskovic, University of Ljubljana Maja Makovec Brencic, University of Ljubljana

Joint Sensemaking, Socialization Mechanisms, and Cultural Intelligence for International Alliance Performance Robin Nico Pesch, University of Bayreuth Ricarada B. Bouncken, University of Bayreuth Mehrnaz Karimi, University of Bayreuth Tanja Linz, University of Bayreuth Helping Behavior in Executives' Global Networks Stewart Miller, University of Texas at San Antonio Marie Louise Mors, Copenhagen Business School Michael McDonald, University of Texas at San Antonio

A Fined-Grained Approach to Firm’s "Degree of Internationalization" Construct Gilberto Figueira da Silva, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Jorge Carneiro, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro



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Session 1.4.13 - Interactive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Cowichan

SME Internationalization: Location and Mode Chair: Sylvie Chetty, University of Otago

Similar But Disparate: The Early Internationalization Phase of Family vs. Non-Family Firms Pascal Wild, School of Management Fribourg Patrick Schueffel, School of Management Fribourg Wolfgang Amann, Goethe Business School Rico Baldegger, School of Management Fribourg Philippe Régnier, Swiss Management School Fribourg Centricity, Entry Modes and Performance of International Spanish SMEs David Tanganelli, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya Jean-Louis Schaan, Ivey Business School Min (Megan) Zhang, Ivey Business School

Tuesday, June 24

Assessment of Financial Constraint Influence on the Degree of Internationalization of SMEs: Focus on the Financial Advantage within the OLI Paradigm Marion Sandrine Bitsch, Turku School of Economics Negative Growth and entrepreneurship approach: Internationalization and Performance of SMEs Mehdi Farashahi, Concordia University Mahdi Tajeddin, Concordia University SME's Export Channel Choice: Predictions from Real Options Theory Edith Ipsmiller, WU Vienna Keith D. Brouthers, King's College London Exporting, Management Practice and Ownership: Evidence from Large Developed and Emerging Countries Elena Beleska-Spasova, University of Portsmouth James T Walker, University of Reading Foreign Operation Mode Selection and Diversity: Extending Current Theories with Learning Advantage of Newness and Firm-Level Analysis Minnie Kontkanen, University of Vaasa Mika Gabrielsson, University of Eastern Finland Peter Gabrielsson, University of Vaasa The Role of Entrepreneurial Orientation, Informational Resources, Service Capabilities and Competitive Strategy on Performance of International New Ventures Silvia Martin, Lynchburg College Rajshekar Javalgi, Cleveland State University

Session 1.4.14 - Interactive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Coquitlam

Networks of Innovation

Chair: Phillip C. Nell, WU Wien & Copenhagen Business School

Local Knowledge Development through Political Sensemaking in MNCs Jacky Hong, University of Macau Robin Snell, Lingnan University Carry Mak, University of Macau

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How Does Political Networking Capability Matter to the Innovative Performance of Emerging-Market Firms? A Complementary Perspective Masaaki Kotabe, Temple University Crystal X. Jiang, Bryant University Janet Y. Murray, University of Missouri-St. Louis The Path to Innovation in Innovation – the Empirical Evidence of Entrepreneurial Universities in East Asian Economy Daw Ma, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research Yen-Ching Chang, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research Understanding International R&D Networks- A Structural Contingency Approach Xingkun Liang, University of Cambridge Yongjiang Shi, University of Cambridge Middle Manager Practices and Boundary-Spanning Roles Jie Xiong, ESC Rennes School of Business Philippe Monin, EMLYON Lost in Transition: Knowledge Acquisition and Knowledge Loss in Interpersonal Exchanges within an MNC Florian Taeube, Universite Libre de Bruxelles Marco Tortoriello, IESE Sebastian Moebus, EBS Business School

Session 1.4.15 - Interactive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Capilano

International Financial and Corporate Governance

Chair: Bersant Hobdari, Copenhagen Business School

Sovereign Credit Default Swaps as Currency Safe Havens Mitchell Ratner, Rider University Chih-Chieh Chui, Rider University The Impact of Outside Board Members on Earnings Management in Japan Kazuhiko Kobori, National Cheng Kung University Yao-Chuan Tsai, National Cheng Kung University Tsing-Zai Wu, National Cheng Kung University Cost Stickiness and Financial Analysts' Information Environment Jaehyeon Kim, University of Hawaii at Manoa Saerona Kim, Soongeui Women's College Jian Zhou, University of Hawaii at Manoa Same Rules, Different Enforcement: Market Abuse in Europe Douglas Cumming, York University Alexander Groh, EMLYON Sofia Johan, York University Terrorism and its impact on the Cost of Debt William Procasky, Texas A&M International University Nacasius Ujah Ujah, Henderson State University Look Under the Hood: How Do Banks React to the Unconventional Monetary Policy? Wenyu Zhu, George Washington University Jiawen Yang, George Washington University

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Chehalis

Knowledge, Capabilities and the Competitiveness of Firms in Emerging Economies

Chair: Thomas Maak, ESADE Business School

Competing on Action: Business Models and the Competitiveness of Emerging Market Enterprises Anoop Madhok, York University Rogerio Marques, York University Equity Participation in Emerging Market Cross-border Acquisition: Impact of Target Country Governance, Market Potential and Acquirer’s Prior Experience Somnath Lahiri, Illinois State University Asset Orchestration Through Acquisitions and Its Impact on Performance: A Study of Indian Firms Sathyajit. R. Gubbi, University of Groningen B. Elango, Illinois State University Key Success Factors of Emerging Economy Firms in Global Competition D'Arcy Nelson Caskey, Feng Chia Univeristy Homin Chen, National Taiwan University Export-Led Development and Capability Upgrading through Internationalization and Multinationalization Pavida Pananond, Thammasat University Internationalization and Innovation: A Novel Link in Russian Innovative Firms Irina Mihailova, Aalto University Acquisitions and Greenfield Investments by Chinese and Indian firms in Europe: A Comparative Analysis of Knowledge-Sourcing Strategies Vittoria Giada Scalera, Temple University / Politecnico di Milano Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 15:45-16:15 Time: 15:45-16:15 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Coffee Break Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom. ✪This coffee break is sponsored by McGraw-Hill Education.



TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 16:15-17:30 Session 1.5.1 - Panel Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Spreading the Wealth Around: Reflections on the Role of the MNE in Economic Development and the Theory of the MNE Chairs: David Teece, University of California, Berkeley and Sunyoung Leih, University of California, Berkeley

Panelists: Geoffrey Jones, Harvard University Donald Lessard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hwy-Chang Moon, Seoul National University Alan Rugman, University of Reading James Zhan, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

Session 1.5.2 - Panel Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Stanley Park 1

Do Emerging Market Multinationals Take Different Approaches to International Management (From Developed Country MNEs)?

Chair: Peter James Williamson, University of Cambridge Discussant: Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

Panelists: Afonso Fleury, Universidade de Sao Paulo Maria Tereza Leme Fleury, FGV-EAESP Tamer Cavusgil, Georgia State University Ravi Sarathy, Northeastern University

Session 1.5.3 - Panel Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Mackenzie

Re-visiting the Efficiency Assumption of the Multinational Enterprises: Theoretical, Managerial, Developmental and Empirical Explorations Chair: Joseph Clougherty, Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Discussant: Ram Mudambi, Temple University

Panelists: Jin Uk Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Bradley R. Skousen, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University/University of Pavia Christos Pitelis, University of Bath Mohammad Yamin, University of Manchester

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Tuesday, June 24

Session 1.4.16 - Interactive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Session 1.5.4 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Seymour

Entrepreneurship and Emerging Economies

Chair: George Yip, China Europe International Business School

Endurance and Internationalisation of Firms from Emerging Markets: The Case of Colombian Textile and Apparel Companies Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT Eva Cristina Manotas, Universidad Nacional de Colombia An Empirical Investigation of the Founder-CEO Effect on Entrepreneurial Firms’ Intention to Go Public in Emerging Markets Xiaoyu Zhou, Peking University Rui Wang, Peking University

Tuesday, June 24

Toward a Process Framework of Business Model Innovation in the Global Context: Strategic Entrepreneurship and Dynamic Capability of Medium-sized MNE Yangfeng Cao, Copenhagen Business School Peter Ping Li, Copenhagen Business School Peter Skat-Rørdam, Universe Foundation Export Diversity or Focus? What Strategy is Best for FirstTime Internationalizing SMEs from an Emerging Market? Desislava Dikova, WU Vienna Jaklic Andreja, University of Ljubljana Anze Burger, University of Ljubljana Aljaz Kuncic, University of Ljubljana

Session 1.5.6 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Cypress 2

Institutions and International Corporate Governance

Chair: Toru Yoshikawa, Singapore Management University

Institutions, Liberal Market Economies and Comparative Capitalisms Chris Brewster, University of Reading James T Walker, University of Reading Geoffrey T. Wood, University of Warwick Corporate Governance as a Balance between Domestic and Global: Evidence from Emerging Market Firms Luisa Fernanda Melo, Bentley University Varieties of Capitalism and the Comparative Advantages of Nations Michael A. Witt, INSEAD Gregory Jackson, Free University of Berlin Regulation, Rule-of-Law, and Norms: Separating the Institutions of Investor Protection Anthony Cannizzaro, George Washington University

Session 1.5.7 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Oak 1

Taxes, Ownership and Firm Performance Chair: Susan Feinberg, Temple University

Session 1.5.5 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Cypress 1

Opportunity Identification and Decisionmaking in Internationalization Chair: Marion Sandrine Bitsch, Turku School of Economics

International Opportunity Identification in the Internationalisation of the Firm Olga Muzychenko, University of Adelaide Peter W. Liesch, University of Queensland Cognitive Cultural Intelligence and Global Entrepreneurial Intention of Young People Henry Fock, Hong Kong Baptist University You Yan Rona Chau, Hong Kong Baptist University The Effect of Brazilian and French Canadian SME Decision Maker’s Perception of Psychic Distance in Their Internationalization Process Thomas Leblond, Z&T Consultants Zandra Balbinot, UQAM Sergio Bulgacov, FGV Entrepreneurial Marketing of International New Ventures – An Entrepreneurial Decision-Making Perspective Man Yang, University of Vaasa Peter Gabrielsson, University of Vaasa

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What Determines Tax Haven FDI? Chris Jones, Aston University Yama Temouri, Aston University Tax Havens and Firm Performance Chris Jones, Aston University Yama Temouri, Aston University Do Private Firms Perform Better than Public Firms? Serkan Akguc, Temple University Jongmoo Jay Choi, Temple University Suk-Joong Kim, University of Sydney Michael McKenzie, University of Liverpool Collectivism and Bank Corruption: How to Break the Curse? Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina Chuck Kwok, University of South Carolina Xiaolan Zheng, Nottingham University China

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Oak 2

Session 1.5.10 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Thompson

Organizational and Geographic Determinants of FDI Performance

Cross-border Migration: Returnee and Transnational Entrepreneurs

Antecedents of MNE Performance in the Home Region and Beyond Lars Matysiak, Justus Liebig University Giessen Andreas Bausch, Justus Liebig University Giessen

Returnee Entrepreneur, Institutions, and Firm Performance: Evidence from Chinese Private Firms Runjuan Liu, University of Alberta Qing Liu, University of International Business and Economics Qin Han, University of Alberta Ruosi Lu, University of Birmingham Chao Zhang, University of International Business and Economics

Chair: Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, University of Groningen

The Impact of Organizational and National Culture on International M&A Performance: Looking Back and Moving Ahead Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University Comparing the Survival of Emerging Country (China) and Developed Country (U.K.) Firms in the U.S. Kun Yang, Central Michigan University William Newburry, Florida International University Ronaldo Parente, Florida International University

Session 1.5.9 - Competitive Time: 16:15-17:30 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Fraser

Venture Capital and Networks of Innovation Chair: Ivo Zander, Uppsala University

Venture Capital Experience and the Innovative Outcomes and Legal Environment of Startups: A Global Analysis Elisa Alvarez-Garrido, Georgia State University The Liability of Foreignness in Cross-border Corporate Venture Capital Investment: Partner Uncertainty and Resource Uncertainty Shin Hyung Kang, KAIST Zong-Tae Bae, KAIST So Near And Yet So Far? Corporate Venture Capital, External Knowledge Search, and Knowledge Recombination Across Geographic And Technological Distance Sheryl Winston Smith, Temple University Ahreum Lee, Temple University The Effect of Intellectual Property Standards on the Catch-Up Process Of Emerging Market Economies Izzet Darendeli , Temple University Kristin Martina Brandl, Copenhagen Business School Robert D. Hamilton, III, Temple University

Chair: Sui Sui, Ryerson University

Entrepreneurial Survival Abroad Jose Mata, Nova School of Business and Economics Claudia Alves, Nova School of Business and Economics

Tuesday, June 24

Session 1.5.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

The Land of Opportunity: Pursuit of Entrepreneurial Opportunities through Effectuation by Transnational Entrepreneurs Daniel Richard Clark, Indiana University Migrant Diasporas: New Organizational Forms for Understanding Business Venturing and Underlying Business Norms in Developing Countries Michael Cummings, University of Minnesota Paul Vaaler, University of Minnesota Florian Taeube, Universite Libre de Bruxelles

Session 1.5.11 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Arbutus

Foreign Operation Modes

Chair: Congcong Zheng, San Diego State University

Impact of Institutions and Industry Structures on Transformation and Retention of Foreign Operation Modes: A Case Study Mujtaba Ahsan, San Diego State University Jay VanWyk, Pittsburg State University Exiting from a Foreign Market: The Two Key Triggers and the Moderating Role of Marketing Capability Qun Tan, Xiamen University Carlos M. P. Sousa, Durham University The Evolution of Foreign Market Entry Literature: A Systematic Review and Future Directions Irina Minodora Surdu, University of Warwick Kamel Mellahi, Warwick Business School Switching Options and Foreign Entry Decisions Rene Belderbos, Catholic University of Leuven Tony Tong, University of Colorado Shubin Wu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics



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Session 1.5.12 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Fir

Gender, Diversity, and Teams

Chair: Mary Zellmer-Bruhn, University of Minnesota

The Influence of Cultural Context on the Relationship between Gender Diversity and Team Performance: A MetaAnalysis Rodrigo Isidor, University of Paderborn Matthias Schneid, University of Paderborn Chengguang Li, University of Paderborn Ruediger Kabst, University of Paderborn Career Barriers for Chinese Immigrant Women: A Test for Two Competing Hypotheses Nikos Bozionelos, Audencia School of Management Giorgos Bozionelos, Psychiatric Hospital of Petra Olympou

Tuesday, June 24

Linking Multicultural Teams to Organizational Context: The Role of Diversity Climate, Multicultural Team Interactions and Cognitive Integration/Differentiation Aida Hajro, Brunel University Markus Pudelko, Tuebingen University Cristina Gibson, University of Western Australia

Session 1.5.13 - Interactive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Cowichan

Networks, Learning and Entrepreneurial Internationalization Chair: Marian V. Jones, University of Glasgow

SMEs Learning from International Sales, Innovations and Performance Alex Tai Loong Tan, University of Western Australia Terence Ping Ching Fan, Singapore Management University It is Not What You Know, It is Who You Know: The Role of Entrepreneurial Networks in Turkey Tugba Kalafatoglu, ESADE Business School Pinar Buyukbalci, Yildiz Technical University Early Internationalization through Networks HoangAnh LuongBuu, Nottingham Trent University Michael Wei Zhang, Nottingham Trent University Consequences of Early Internationalization - R&D Network Embeddedness as a Driver of International Commercialization in Biotech Marie Oehme, University of Mannheim Suleika Bort, University of Mannheim Network Insidership and Internationalizing Technology-based Firms Nurgul Ozbek, Stockholm School of Economics Angelika Lindstrand, Stanford University/Stockholm School of Economics Social Capital in Exporters: The Case of Small Taiwanese Trading Firms Hui Yun Chiu, National Chengchi University Chow Ming Yu, National Chengchi University Hsiao Wen Liu, National Chengchi University

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

The Role of Individual-Level Characteristics of Owners in Early Internationalization of International New Ventures (INVs) M Amin Zargarzadeh, University of Calgary Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, University of Calgary

Session 1.5.14 - Interactive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Coquitlam

International Stock markets and IPOs Chair: Lars Oxelheim, University of Lund

The Link between Financial Development and Knowledgebased Economy - Evidence from Emerging Markets Soo-Wah Low, National University of Malaysia Lain-Tze Tee, National University of Malaysia Si-Roei Kew, National University of Malaysia Noor Azlan Ghazali, National University of Malaysia The Competitiveness of Stock Exchanges: An Exploratory Investigation of Austria and Poland Robert Lindorfer, WU Vienna Anne Christine d'Arcy, WU Vienna Igor Filatotchev, City University London The Dark Side of the Global Securities Markets Consolidation Pooya Tavakoly, University of Alberta Individualism, Synchronized Stock Price Movements, and Stock Market Volatility Feng Zhan, York University Venture Capital Investors’ Experiences and Foreign IPO Success: Evidence from China Jing Zhang, Old Dominion University Huizhi Yu, Old Dominion University Stock Market Reaction to Innovation Endeavor: Meta-Analytic Test at the Institutional Level Hye Sun Kang, University of South Carolina Cherry Singhal, University of South Carolina Institutional Determinants of Private Equity Investment in African IPO Firms Bruce Allen Hearn, University of Sussex

Session 1.5.15 - Interactive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Capilano

Local Contexts and Foreign Entry Strategies

Chair: Mohammad Niamat Elahee, Quinnipiac University

Sequential Post-Entry Expansion on Foreign Markets: Drivers of the Establishment of Additional Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries Anders Pehrsson, Linnaeus University Path Dependency and MNE Location Strategy: The Impact of Investment Objectives and Firm Capabilities Guo-Liang Frank Jiang, Dalhousie University Guy L. F. Holburn, Ivey Business School

Risk Propensity in Location Choice of Foreign Direct Investment Liang Chen, University of Leeds Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds Hinrich Voss, University of Leeds Labor Market Flexibility and FDI Attractiveness Mikhail Shengeliya, Trinity College Dublin Louis Brennan, Trinity College Dublin Location Strategies of Firms from Emerging Economies: The Impact of Country-level and Firm-level Factors Zhennan Wang , York University Yigang Pan , York University Strategic International Retail Expansion (SIRE) Brenda Sternquist, Michigan State University

Session 1.5.16 - Interactive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Chehalis

TMT and Corporate Boards

Chair: Benjamin Bader, University of Hamburg

Creating Competitive Advantage on Different Level of Organizational Behavior: Top Management Teams’ Competencies and Firms’ Internationalization Results Marina Latukha, Saint-Petersburg State University Andrei Panibratov, Saint-Petersburg State University

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 17:30-19:00 Time: 17:30-19:00 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

WAIB Reception The reception will be held at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom. Current and prospective WAIB members are welcome to attend the reception. A short program and awards presentation will take place during the reception. ✪The reception is jointly sponsored by the E. Desmond Lee Professorship for Developing Women and Entrepreneurs in International Business, College of Business Administration, University of Missouri-St. Louis and the Academy of International Business.

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 19:00-21:00 Time: 19:00-21:00

AIB Fellows' Dinner AIB Fellows and invited guests only. The Fellows Dinner will be held at an offsite location.

Board Diversity and Firm Internationalization: The Case of Italy Gianpaolo Baronchelli, University of Bergamo Fabio Cassia, University of Verona Mariella Piantoni, University of Bergamo The Determinants of Localization of Japanese Multinationals in Overseas Operations Daniel Z. Ding, City University of Hong Kong Naoki Ando, Hosei University Gloria Lan Ge, Griffith University Does Top Management Internationalization affect Top Management Compensation? Stefan Schmid, ESCP Europe Dennis Wurster, ESCP Europe Industry Experiences of a Board and Groeth Value Created through Corporate Ventureing Shu-Jou Lin, National Taiwan Normal University Yu-Chen Chen, National Taiwan Normal University



Legend for Symbols Used: Nominee for the Temple/AIB Best Paper Award Nominee for the Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar

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Tuesday, June 24

Aspirations and Policy Uncertainty:The Impact on the Likelihood and Location of FDI Entry Kent Hui, Michigan State University Shige Makino, Chinese University of Hong Kong Tomas Hult, Michigan State University Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 08:00-08:45 Time: 08:00-08:45

Fellows Café II Start the day with a set of small group discussions hosted by an AIB Fellow, focused on an IB topic of current and mutual interest. With a Globalized Economy, the Firm is Exposed to Many "International Risks" Whether or Not It is Internationalized. What is the "Risk Field" Faced by Firms? How does the Incidence of These Risks Vary with a Firm's Internationalization? (Room: Cowichan) Donald Lessard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology What are Key Issues Regarding Policies of Home Country Governments Supporting Their Firms Investing Abroad? (Room: Coquitlam) Karl P. Sauvant, Columbia University Daring to Care: How do We Encourage IB Scholarship that Matters Most to Us and to the World? (Room: Chehalis) Nancy J. Adler, McGill University

Wednesday, June 25

What Kinds of Research on Emerging Markets can Add to international Management Scholarship? (Room: Capilano) Srilata Zaheer, University of Minnesota

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 09:00-10:15 Session 2.1.1 - Panel Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Distance in International Business Research: Moving beyond Critique Chair: Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, University of Groningen

Panelists: Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina Marc Van Essen, University of South Carolina Lilach Nachum, City University New York Heather Berry, George Washington University

Session 2.1.2 - Special Session Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Stanley Park 1

War For Talent

Chair: Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University

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War For Talent Eric Ma, Neusoft Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University Pawan Budhwar, Aston University

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Session 2.1.3 - Panel Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Mackenzie

Juggling Careers & Family (WAIB Special Session)

Chairs: Amanda Bullough, Thunderbird School of Global Management and Pamela Lirio, EDHEC Business School Discussant: Dynah Basuil Tobias, University of Auckland

Panelists: Amanda Bullough, Thunderbird School of Global Management Pamela Lirio, EDHEC Business School Susan Forquer Gupta, Monmouth University Joan P. Mileski, Texas A&M University Malika Richards, Pennsylvania State University Dan Li, Indiana University

Session 2.1.4 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Seymour

Talking Language

Chair: Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University

Foreign Subsidiary Top Manager Nationality and Language Policy: The Interactive Effects of Subsidiary Age and Size Vesa Matti Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology The Impact of Language Barriers on Media Choice in Multilingual Virtual Teams: Radically Rethinking Media Richness, Synchronicity and Naturalness Theories Helene Tenzer, Tuebingen University Markus Pudelko, Tuebingen University The Influence of Language on Relationships between Subsidiaries and Headquarters Robert Grosse, American University of Sharjah Albert Wocke, Gordon Institute of Business Sciences Alejandro Fonseca, EGADE Business School Natasha Brits, GIBS Business School

Session 2.1.5 - Competitive Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cypress 1

Role of Distance in Global Value Chains Chair: Douglas Dow, University of Melbourne

Organizational Flexibility, Global Manufacturing, and Tariff Circumvention Ari Van Assche, HEC Montreal Alyson Ma, University of San Diego Not All Distances are Created Equal: Culture, Geography, and the Interaction Effect of Networks on Private Equity Investments in Three Emerging Market Regions Santiago Mingo, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez Francisco Morales, University of Colorado-Boulder

Efficacy of R&D Work In Offshore Captive Centers: An Empirical Study of Task Characteristics, Coordination Mechanisms And Performance Deepa Mani, Indian School of Business Kannan Srikanth, Indian School of Business Anandhi Bharadwaj, Emory University

Session 2.1.9 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Fraser

Inward Internationalization Process Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University Alicia Rodriguez, University Carlos III of Madrid

Are Emerging Economies Breaking Through?: The Role of Organizational Learning and Inter-Organizational Relationships on Innovation Ambidexterity and Performance Denise Dunlap, Northeastern University Ronaldo Parente, Florida International University Jose-Mauricio Geleilate, Florida International University Rafael Goldszmidt, FGV

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cypress 2

Advancing Interdisciplinary Research: Lessons from the JIBS Special Issue

Chair: Joseph L.C. Cheng, University of New South Wales

Panelists: John A. Cantwell, Rutgers Business School Donald Lessard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gerald McDermott, University of South Carolina Robert J. Weiner, George Washington University Joseph L.C. Cheng, University of New South Wales

Session 2.1.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Oak 2

What is the Effect of Ownership and Corporate Governance on Cross-Border M&A Performance? Chair: Bernard Yeung, National University of Singapore

Chair: Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD

Foreign Competition, Domestic Competition and Innovation Performance Tianjiao Xia, Loughborough University Xiaohui Liu, Loughborough University Unpacking Ambidexterity Implementation in the Internationalization of Emerging Market Multinationals Rodrigo Bandeira-de-Mello, FGV-EAESP Maria Tereza Leme Fleury, FGV-EAESP Carlos Eduardo Stefaniak Aveline, FGV-EAESP Marina Amado Bahia Gama, FGV-EAESP Is Experiential Learning Always Beneficial for Subsidiary Performance? The Curious Case of Emerging Multinationals Arindam Mondal, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta Sougata Ray, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta

Session 2.1.11 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Arbutus

Alternative Theoretical Perspectives The Liability of Opaqueness: State Ownership and the Likelihood of Deal Completion in International Acquisitions Jiatao Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Peixin Li, Central University of Finance and Economics Baolian Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Ownership Strategy in Cross-border M&As in Emerging Economies: Influences of Institutional Differences and MNE’s Host Country Experience Ahmad Arslan, University of Vaasa Desislava Dikova, WU Vienna Headquarters’ Orchestration of Subsidiaries’ Contribution to MNC Performance Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University Ulf Andersson, Malardalen University Torben Pedersen, Bocconi University Dual Headquarters Involvement in Subsidiary Innovation Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University Philip Kappen, Copenhagen Business School Phillip C. Nell, WU Wien & Copenhagen Business School



Chair: Keith D. Brouthers, King's College London

Transaction Cost Economics: The Role of Frequency Revisited Paul Moritz Putzhammer, WU Vienna Jonas Puck, WU Vienna International Diversification and the Nature of Value Creation: A Real Options Perspective Anju Seth, Virginia Tech Todd Alessandri, Northeastern University Disentangling the Relationship between the Degree of Internationalization and Firm Performance Jorge Carneiro, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Gilberto Figueira da Silva, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Victor Amaral, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro The Multiple Internationalization Processes of MNCs – Sequential Strategic, Political and Evolutionary Processes Rian Drogendijk, Uppsala University Mikael Eriksson, Uppsala University Ulf Holm, Uppsala University

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Wednesday, June 25

Session 2.1.6 - Panel Track: 15 - Research Methodology in IB

Ambidexterity, Learning and Innovation

Session 2.1.12 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Fir

Antecedents and Consequences of Board Governance in Different Institutional Contexts Chair: Lars Oxelheim, University of Lund

Politicians in the Boardroom: A Multi-Country Analysis Toru Yoshikawa, Singapore Management University Esther Del Brio, University of Salamanca Abdul Rasheed, University of Texas at Arlington International Returnees as Outside Directors: A Catalyst for Strategic Adaptation Under Institutional Pressure Michael Roberts, MacEwan University Ji-Hwan Lee, KAIST Foreign Knowledge Learning-by-Collaborating and-by-Hiring and the Growth of Emerging Market Firms at Home Markets PaoLien Chen, National Tsing Hua University Danchi Tan, National Chengchi University Ruey Jer (Bryan) Jean, National Chengchi University The Board Governance Implications of Environmental Uncertainty in Joint Ventures: Evidence from Emerging Economy IPO Firms Bruce Allen Hearn, University of Sussex

Session 2.1.13 - Interactive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cowichan

Careers and Expatriate Deployment, Adjustment, and Outcomes

Wednesday, June 25

Chair: Anne-Marie Søderberg, Copenhagen Business School

How to Predict Turnover Intention of Repatriates? Huei-Fang Chen, Soochow University The Context of Careers: A Review of Group, Organizational, Industrial, and National/Global Contexts and Research Agenda Akram Al Ariss, Toulouse Business School Emily Porschitz, Keene State College Understanding Task Perfomance of Expatriates from Emerging Economies: the Case of Korean Expatriates in India Hyeong-Deug Kim, Acsenda School of Management

Session 2.1.14 - Interactive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Coquitlam

Cooperative Strategies and Risk Taking Chair: Arjen Slangen, RSM Erasmus University

Why Go It Alone? Factors of Infrastructure Project Success Bernadine Dykes, University of Delaware Charles E. Stevens, Lehigh University Contract Design and Its Differentiated Inter-Relationships with Relational Mechanisms in Governing Inter-Organizational Exchanges Cheng-Min Chuang, National Taiwan University Extending Credit to Small and Medium Size Companies: Relationships and Conflict Management Alfred Wong, Lingnan University Lu Wei, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University Do Initial Characteristics Influence IJV Longevity? Evidence from the Mediterranean Region Dora Triki, ESCE Ulrike Mayrhofer, IAE Lyon How Aspirations Lead To Risk Taking In Global Investment Banks Elzotbek Rustambekov, Bryant University

Session 2.1.15 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Capilano

Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Transfer Chair: Lars Hakanson, Copenhagen Business School

Knowledge Identification Mechanism in the Process of Reverse Knowledge Transfer: Intermediary Organizations and Internal Boundary Spanning Roles Jongmin Lee, University of Reading Reverse Knowledge Transfer in Emerging Market Multinational Enterprises: A Study of Indian Multinationals Smitha Nair, University of Sheffield Mehmet Demirbag, University of Strathclyde Kamel Mellahi, Warwick Business School Embedding International Norms in Organizational Knowledge: The Role of Community of Practice in Knowledge Management System Shih-Chieh Fang, National Cheng Kung University Chih-Hao Tsai, National Sun Yat-sen University

Western Expatriate Perspective on Building and Utilizing Guanxi in China Ying Guo, University of South Australia Hussain Rammal, University of South Australia John Benson, University of South Australia Ying Zhu, University of South Australia

Learning from Semantic Inconsistencies as the Origin of Dynamic Capabilities in MNCs: Evidence from Marketing Expenditures of Pharmaceutical MNCs Pouya Seifzadeh, Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus

Procedural Justice, Discrimination, and Cross-Cultural Adjustment Anna Katharina Hildisch, Georg-August-University Goettingen

Internationalization, International Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Innovation Se Ho Cho, Rutgers University Hyun Gon Kim, Rutgers University

The Effect of Cultural Distance and Tightness on Expatriate Deployment Levels in MNE Foreign Subsidiaries Duckjung Shin, Ivey Business School Vanessa C. Hasse, Ivey Business School Andreas Schotter, Ivey Business School

Effect of Post-Entry Organizational Design Choices For Learning Izzet Darendeli , Temple University Robert D. Hamilton, III, Temple University Masaaki Kotabe, Temple University

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Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Chehalis

Political Institutions and Strategies in International Business

Chair: George O. White III, Old Dominion University

Battle for Resources: What is the Role of Interstate Relations in International Acquisitions in the Oil Industry? A Realist Perspective Olivier Bertrand, SKEMA Business School Ownership-based Entry Mode, Political Strategy and Performance: A Moderated-Mediating Explanation Hongxin Zhao, Saint Louis University Jieqiong Ma, Saint Louis University Jie Yang, Saint Louis University Seung Kim, Saint Louis University Concepts, Typologies, Theories and Methodologies Reflecting the Major Postwar Periods in International Business-Government Relations and its Research Jean Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY Does Targeting at Government-dominated Markets Impede Innovation? Wei Wei, Beijing Jiaoting University Jay Chok, Keck Graduate Institute Delin Yang, Tsinghua University Firm-Specific Political Resources, Home-Host Ties and International Expansion Joao Albino Pimentel, HEC Paris Pierre Dussauge, HEC Paris Political Ideologies of CEOs and Foreign Direct Investment of Emerging Economy Firms: Evidence from China Zelong Zhang, Baruch College, CUNY Institutional Sensemaking: Learning Institutional Logics to Overcome the Liability of Political Connectedness Tolga Ulusemre, University of South Carolina Impact of Political Risk on Cross Border Acquisition Premiums Rama Krishna Reddy, University of Memphis Ben Kedia, University of Memphis

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 10:15-10:45 Time: 10:15-10:45 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Coffee Break Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 10:45-12:00 Session 2.2.1 - Panel

Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Global Connectivity as the Basis for Local Innovation

Chair: Ram Mudambi, Temple University Discussants: Thomas Hannigan, Temple University and Marcelo Cano Kollmann, Temple University

Panelists: John A. Cantwell, Rutgers Business School Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Mark Lorenzen, Copenhagen Business School Vittoria Giada Scalera, Temple University / Politecnico di Milano Kristin Martina Brandl, Copenhagen Business School

Session 2.2.2 - Special Session Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Stanley Park 1

Women in Business in Canada (WAIB Special Session)

Chairs: Janet Y. Murray, University of Missouri-St. Louis and Malika Richards, Pennsylvania State University

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Panelists: Geri Prior, ICBC Juggy Sihota-Chahil, TELUS Corporation Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University Nancy J. Adler, McGill University

Session 2.2.3 - Panel Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Mackenzie

Internationalization of Service Firms from Emerging Markets

Chair: Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago and Aalto University School of Business

Panelists: Robert Grosse, American University of Sharjah Sumit K. Kundu, Florida International University S. Raghunath, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Usha Raghunath, Wipro Ltd. Hussain Rammal, University of South Australia Anju Seth, Virginia Tech

✪This coffee break is sponsored by Bryant University in honor of the winner of the Best Paper Award in Emerging Economies Research.



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Wednesday, June 25

Session 2.1.16 - Interactive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Session 2.2.4 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Seymour

Language and its Effects on International Business Chair: Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University

Session 2.2.6 - Panel Track: 15 - Research Methodology in IB

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Cypress 2

Research Methods Symposium: Understanding Culture Better: Insights, Theory and Measurement Chair: Timothy Devinney, University of Leeds

Multifaceted Effects of Host Country Language Proficiency in Expatriate Cross-Cultural Adjustments: An Interview Study in China Ling Eleanor Zhang, Hanken School of Economics Bridging the Language Gap in the MNC Nathalie Aichhorn, WU Vienna Jonas Puck, WU Vienna Do Female/Male Distinctions in Language Influence Microfinance Outreach to Women? Amir Shoham, Temple University Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, ESSEC Israel Drori, College of Management Academic Studies Ronny Manos, College of Management Academic Studies The Complementarity of Human Capital and Language in Bilateral Foreign Direct Investment Palitha Konara, University of Huddersfield Yingqi Wei, University of Leeds

Session 2.2.5 - Competitive Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Cypress 1

Wednesday, June 25

Offshoring Mandates and Performance

Chair: Martina Musteen, San Diego State University

Global Sourcing and Foreign Knowledge Seeking: A Formal Model and Empirical Analysis Heather Berry, George Washington University Aseem Kaul, University of Minnesota Controlling Offshore Activities: The Choice of Equity vs. NonEquity Alliances Gabriella Lojacono, Bocconi University Nicola Misani, Bocconi University Stephen Tallman, University of Richmond Designing Offshore Subunits: Scope Decisions and Their Performance Implications Carlos Adrian Rodriguez, McGill University Strategic Location in the Global Value Chain and Foreign Subsidiary Performance: Evidence from 105 Countries Ajai Gaur, Rutgers University Yong Yang, University of Sussex Deeksha Singh, Rutgers University

Panelists: Timothy Devinney, University of Leeds Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales Bradley L. Kirkman, North Carolina State University

Session 2.2.7 - Competitive Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Oak 1

Creating International Business Learning Experiences

Chair: Mary B. Teagarden, Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management

The Role of Reflective Journals in Developing Global Virtual Team Competencies Virginia Ilene Cathro, University of Otago Paula Marie O'Kane, University of Otago Deb Gilbertson, Te Kaihau Education Trust Gamification of International Business Education: Experiential Learning and a Global Perspective Varina Paisley, UNSW Globalizing the First Year Experience Tanvi Kothari, San Jose State University Malu Roldan, San Jose State University Management of Foreign Affiliates: an Undergraduate International Business (IB) Integrative Course? Javier Calero Cuervo, University of Macau Teaching the Politics of International Business Jeffrey Allen Kappen, Drake University Matthew Coy Mitchell, Drake University

Session 2.2.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Oak 2

What is the Effect of Organizational Choices on FDI Performance? Chair: Pavida Pananond, Thammasat University

Transnational Integration in the Digital Age Wenjie Chen, George Washington University Fariha Kamal, U.S. Census Bureau Inside the MNC: Structuring Ownership of Firm-Specific Advantages Catherine Magelssen, Rutgers University Susan Feinberg, Temple University

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Operational Flexibility, Cultural Diversity, and Foreign Subsidiary Divestment Seung-Hyun Lee, University of Texas at Dallas Ho-Wook Shin, University of Texas at Dallas Jeoung Yul Lee, Hongik University

Language-Oriented Human Resource Management Practices, Knowledge Transfer, and Absorptive Capacity in Foreign Subsidiaries Vesa Matti Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Relative Mode Advantage in Local Market Penetration: Comparing IJVs and WOFs in the Context of China Changhui Zhou, Peking University Mingkun Liu, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Danxue Gao, Peking University

Session 2.2.11 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Fraser

Institutions and International Entrepreneurship Chair: Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT

Decision to Internationalize New Ventures and Home Country Factors: A Multi-Level Study of Early-Stage Entrepreneurs Etayankara Muralidharan, MacEwan University Saurav Pathak, Michigan Technological University Andre Laplume, Michigan Technological University To Formalize or Not to Formalize: Entrepreneurship and ProMarket Institutions Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University A Signaling Based View (SBV) of Dark Favors Frequency (DFF) and Institutional Friction for SMEs: Evidence from Transition Economies Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary Ellie Banalieva, Northeastern University Kimberly A. Eddleston, Northeastern University Taxes, Corruption and Entrepreneurship Farzana Chowdhury, Indiana University Maksim Belitski, University of Reading Sameeksha Desai, Indiana University

Session 2.2.10 - Special Session Special Session

Institutions and Knowledge Flows in Global MNEs Chair: Saul Estrin, London School of Economics

Managerial Decision Making, Knowledge Internalisation and Power in Global Factories Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds Peter W. Liesch, University of Queensland FDI, Technology Spillovers and Green Innovation in South Korea Yoo Jung Ha, University of York No Place Like Home? An Institutional Perspective on the Consequences of Parent Relocations for Multinationals' Home-Country Legitimacy Arjen Slangen, RSM Erasmus University Marc Baaij, RSM Erasmus University

Session 2.2.12 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Fir

Home- and Host-Country Institutional Determinants of Firm Behaviors

Wednesday, June 25

Session 2.2.9 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Arbutus

Chair: Huub Ruel, Windesheim University

The Role of Institutions in Explaining Foreign Subsidiary Growth in Transition Economies Murod Aliyev, University of Leeds Mario Kafouros, University of Leeds

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Thompson

Special Session of AJBS Best Papers

Chair: Thomas Roehl, Western Washington University

Untangling the Influence of Globalization and Ethnic Fractionalization on National Cooperation Nancy R. Buchan, University of South Carolina Robert J. Rolfe, University of SouthCarolina Lucy Ojode, Texas Southern University Meshack Orinda, Moi University

Evolution of the MNE Ownership-Subsidiary Performance Relationship Min (Megan) Zhang, Ivey Business School

Institutional Antecedences of Earnings Management in Emerging Markets - A Miltilevel Analysis Shuji Rosey Bao, Old Dominion University Krista Lewellyn, University of Wyoming

Won’t Globalise, Can’t Globalise: Rethinking Japanese MNEs’ Ethnocentric Staffing Practices Katsuhiko Yoshikawa, London School of Economics Hyun-Jung Lee, London School of Economics

Riding on the Dragon: FDI Bandwagon Diffusions in China Jing Yu (Gracy) Yang, University of Sydney Jiatao Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Language and Reverse Knowledge Transfer: Foreign MNC Subsidiaries in Japan Vesa Matti Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology



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Session 2.2.13 - Interactive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Cowichan

How MNEs Handle Human Resources Abroad: Boundary Spanning, Knowledge Sharing, and Trust Building Chair: Fabian J. Froese , Georg-August-University Goettingen

Organizational Cross-Cultural Adaptation: A Multiple-Case Study of Chinese Firms Operating in the United States Jing Betty Feng, Georgia State University Leigh Anne Liu, Georgia State University Psychological Distance and the Zone of Proximal Development: International Knowledge Transfer by Returnee Managers Michael Roberts, MacEwan University “Does it Matter Who I Am?”:The Role of Ethnic Identity Confirmation in Expatriates’ Knowledge Acquisition Shea Fan, Univeristy of Melbourne Tine Koehler, Univeristy of Melbourne Anne-Wil Harzing, ESCP Europe Christina Cregan, Univeristy of Melbourne Organizational Stigmas in MNCs S. Bruce Thomson, MacEwan University Chris Nyland, Monash University Helen Forbes-Mewett, Monash University

Wednesday, June 25

Boundary Spanners in a Global Software Development Project: A Qualitative Case Study of an Indian Service Provider's On-Site Managers Anne-Marie Søderberg, Copenhagen Business School Information Sharing between Host Country Nationals and Expatriates at the Subsidiary Yung-Kuei Liang, Tatung University Returnees and MNE Staffing in China Huanglin Wang, SUNY New Paltz Developing Chinese High-potential Employees: Challenges for the International Human Resources Management of MNCs Harald Dolles, Molde University College / University of Gothenburg Sebastian Mansson, University of Gothenburg Christian Schmidt, University of Gothenburg

Session 2.2.14 - Interactive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Coquitlam

Countries, Institutions, and International "Alliances" Chair: Gurneeta Vasudeva Singh, University of Minnesota

An Assessment of the Cumulative Evidence of the Effects of Cultural Distance on Dichotomous Joint Venture Performance Furkan Amil Gur, Louisiana State University Resource Explanation for the Variation in Inter-Organizational Networks among Countries Abdulrahman Chikhouni, Concordia University Mehdi Farashahi, Concordia University

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Competitive Pressure and Bribery Huy Nguyen, University of Texas at Dallas Initial Location Strategies and Consequent Dynamics: Competition and Cooperation between Foreign and Domestic Firms Lingli Luo, Chinese University of Hong Kong Chinese Firm's Intra-Country Joint Venture in Outward Direct Investment Qingfen Fu, Tsinghua University Wei Xie, Tsinghua University Parent Control Mechanisms and Strategic Intentions: Evidence of Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures Zelong Zhang, Baruch College, CUNY

Session 2.2.15 - Interactive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Capilano

Managing Human Resources in Emerging Economies Chair: Naoki Ando, Hosei University

Talking the Talk: MNCs, Business Professional Discourse and Local Embededness in Transition Economies Olga Kuznetsova, Manchester Metropolitan University Andrei Kuznetsov, University of Central Lancashire Emerging Market Multinationality and Attrition-Centric Human Resource Management Vijay Edward Pereira, University of Portsmouth Global Certification: An Analysis of Ownership Structure and TQM Commitment Stewart Miller, University of Texas at San Antonio Kefeng Xu, University of Texas at San Antonio Jayanth Jayaram, University of South Carolina Bruce Rudy, University of Texas at San Antonio Determinants of Employee Turnover Intentions in China: A Comparative Study of Chinese and Foreign Firms Yong Suhk Pak, Yonsei University Yi Yang, Yonsei University On the Win-Win and Win-Lose Effects of HRM: Siding with the Former and Shedding Light on the Mechanisms Mats Ehrnrooth, Hanken School of Economics Alexei Koveshnikov, Hanken School of Economics Social Network Sites, Leadership and Employees' Outcome: Comparative Study of Japan and Brazil Marcos H. Yokoyama, Osaka University Tomoki Sekiguchi, Osaka University

Session 2.2.16 - Interactive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Chehalis

Understanding and Managing Local Institutional Contexts in International Business Chair: Htwe Htwe Thein, Curtin University

Subnational Differences and Firm Strategies during Institutional Transitions Sergey Lebedev, University of Texas at Dallas Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas

Disentangling Global Crises by Crisis Uncertainty: Evidence from Hong Kong Frank W. Ng, Chinese University of Hong Kong Daphne W. Yiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong The Moderating Role of FDI Motives and the Institutional Environment on the Performance of Foreign and Domestic Firms in Emerging Markets Tilo F. Halaszovich, University of Bremen Reasons for the Structural Weaknesses of Financial Markets in Africa: Insights from Ghana Kweku Adams, University of Calgary

Session 2.2.17 - Interactive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Marine

Organizational Characteristics and MNE Behaviors Chair: Martin Hemmert, Korea University

Tax Planning and Strategic Decisions: A Comparison of UK Firms and Turkish Firms Jane Frecknall-Hughes, Open University Business School Mehmet Demirbag, University of Strathclyde Keith Glaister, University of Warwick Ekrem Tatoglu, Bahcesehir University Organizational Attractiveness of Emerging and Developed Market Multinationals in Developed Markets Katrin Held, University of Hamburg Benjamin Bader, University of Hamburg Nicola Berg, University of Hamburg The Lower Sensitivity of State-Owned Enterprise FDI to Political Risk: Investigating Political Capabilities- and Risk Preferences Explanations Asmund Rygh, BI Norwegian Business School Carl Henrik Knutsen, University of Oslo Misfortune of One, Happiness of Others? The Impact of Parent Firms’ Market Munificence on MNCs’ Subsidiaries Performance Aude Le Cottier, IE Business School Juan Santalo, IE Business School Why Firms become Multinationals? Evidences from Developing Economies Nadia Campos Pereira Bruhn, UFG/UFLA Juciara Nunes Alcantara, UFLA Ricardo Pereira Reis, UFLA Dany Flavio Tonelli, UFLA Luiz Marcelo Antonialli, UFLA Cristina Lelis Leal Calegario, UFLA



A Social Psychological Perspective on Foreignness: Why Is Foreignness Sometimes A Liability And Sometimes A Benefit Sudhir Nair, University of Victoria David G. Cohen, Skidmore College Chun (Grace) Guo, Sacred Heart University Kimberly Sherman, University of Massachusetts Amherst Business Group Diversification, Internationalization and NGO Engagement Effects on Firm Performance Hildy Jean Teegen, University of South Carolina Armando Borda, ESAN-Graduate School of Business Business Group Affiliations and Earnings Management: A Principal-Principal Perspective Yan Gao, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 12:00-13:00 Time: 12:00-13:00 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Light Lunch A light lunch will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

Time: 12:00-13:00 Room: Mackenzie

AIB Fellows' Business Meeting AIB Fellows only.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 13:00-14:15 Session 2.3.1 - Panel Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Emerging Market Global Players: HomeCountry Institutions and Corporate Governance

Chair: Victor Zitian Chen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Discussant: Igor Filatotchev, City University London

Panelists: Robert E. Hoskisson, Rice University Yasir Yasin Fadol, Qatar University Hwy-Chang Moon, Seoul National University Hsia Hua Sheng, FGV-EAESP

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Wednesday, June 25

Investment Purpose Multiplicity to Counter the Hazards of Institutional Voids: Japanese FDI in Africa Yamlaksira Shewangizaw Getachew, Ivey Business School Paul W. Beamish, Ivey Business School

Session 2.3.2 - Special Session Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Stanley Park 1

Investing in the Sustainable Development Goals: the TNC Contribution (UNCTAD Special Session)

Chair: James Zhan, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

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Panelists: James Zhan, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Hafiz Mirza, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds Rob van Tulder, RSM Erasmus University

Session 2.3.3 - Panel Track: 15 - Research Methodology in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Mackenzie

Are FDI Stock and Flow Data Good Measures of MNE Activity?

Chairs: Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University/University of Pavia and Dylan Sutherland, Durham University

Wednesday, June 25

Panelists: Dylan Sutherland, Durham University Raymond Mataloni, Jr., U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis Stephen Gelb, World Trade Institute Andrew Kerner, University of Michigan

Session 2.3.4 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Seymour

Internationalization Speed: Antecedents and Consequences

Chair: Patricia P. McDougall-Covin, Indiana University

Speed of Entry into Export and Post-entry Exit of New Ventures Ziliang Deng, Renmin University of China Ruey Jer (Bryan) Jean, National Chengchi University Rudolf R. Sinkovics, University of Manchester International Learning Strategy, Speed of Learning and Speed of SME Internationalization Mikael Hilmersson, Halmstad University/ Linnaeus University Martin Johanson, Mid Sweden University Stylianos Papaioannou, Mid Sweden University Speed of SME Internationalization and Performance Mikael Hilmersson, Halmstad University/ Linnaeus University Martin Johanson, Mid Sweden University

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Early Internationalisation and Risk on Survival and Growth of Manufacturing New Ventures Francisco Puig, University of Valencia Miguel Gonzalez-Loureiro, University of Vigo Pervez N. Ghauri, Kings College London

Session 2.3.5 - Competitive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cypress 1

Capabilities, Institutions and the Dynamics of Competition

Chair: William Newburry, Florida International University

Competitor Identification and Performance: The Added Value of Foreign Competitors Keith D. Brouthers, King's College London Chung-Long Yu, Tungnan University Fatima Wang, King's College London Rivalry on Multiple Fronts: The Effects of Domestic and Host Market Competition on New and Repeated Foreign Entry Exequiel Hernandez, University of Pennsylvania Anja Tuschke, University of Munich How do Foreign and Local Firms Compete? Competitive Dynamics, Liability of Foreignness and Institutional Voids Klaus Meyer, China Europe International Business School Wei Yang, Nankai University How Standalone Firms Build Leading-Edge Capabilities in Emerging Markets: The Role of Shared Institutional Infrastructure in the Brazilian Cosmetics Industry Aline Gatignon, INSEAD Laurence Capron, INSEAD

Session 2.3.6 - Competitive Track: 15 - Research Methodology in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cypress 2

Research Methods for International Business Chair: Harry Bowen, Queens University of Charlotte

Beyond Double Translation: Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Organizational Culture Questionnaire Ekaterina Mikhailova, NRU Higher School of Economics Valentina V. Kuskova, NRU Higher School of Economics Irina O. Volkova, NRU Higher School of Economics Polycontextualizing International Business Studies - A Future Research Agenda Ying Liu, Florida International University Corporate Reputation Measurement: Evidence from CrossCountry Comparison James Agarwal, University of Calgary Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, University of Calgary Measuring Absorptive Capacity in High-Tech Companies: Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods Vesna Sedoglavich, Australian National University Michele Akoorie, University of Waikato Kathryn Pavlovich, University of Waikato

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Oak 1

Engage Them and They’ll Understand: Existing Projects and Best Practices of Integrating Experiential Learning in International Business Curriculum Chair: Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Panelists: Stephan Gerschewski, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Adam Johns, Doshisha University Arunee Lertkornkitja, Stamford International University Lavanchawee Sujarittanonta, University of Calgary Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT Grishma Shah, Manhattan College John Cragin, Vertical Learning Curve José de la Torre, Florida International University Karen Imam, Binus University International Gordana Pesakovic, Argosy University Miroslaw Jarosinski, Warsaw School of Economics Michel Librowicz, Université du Québec à Montréal Nick Robinson, North Island College Norhayati Zakharia, Universiti Utara Malaysia

Session 2.3.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Oak 2

What is the Effect of Distance on FDI Performance? Chair: Jennifer Oetzel, American University

Does Distance to Subsidiaries affect Headquarters Value Added? Phillip C. Nell, WU Wien & Copenhagen Business School Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, University of Groningen Bjoern Ambos, University of St. Gallen Linguistic Distance and Bridge Language Proficiency Effects on Equity Ownership in Cross-Border Acquisitions Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University Gokhan Ertug, Singapore Management University Location Choices of FDI and Multinational Performance: First Evidence from Matched Firms Nigel Driffield, Aston University Yong Yang, University of Sussex

Session 2.3.9 - Competitive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Fraser

Knowledge, Culture and Innovation

Chair: Mary-Yoko Brannen, University of Victoria

Language and Reverse Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations: Interactive Effects of Communication Media Richness and Headquarters Commitment Vesa Matti Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Bridging the Consultant-Client Relationship and Knowledge Sharing in the MENA Region: A Cultural Embeddedness Perspective Di Fan, Deakin University Zinab Hassan, Deakin University Cultural Distance in International Alliances: New Product Development Performance through Joint Sensemaking and Knowledge Combination Robin Nico Pesch, University of Bayreuth Ricarada B. Bouncken, University of Bayreuth Rainer Harms, University of Twente Societal Temporal Orientation and Innovation: Evidence from Hofstede and GLOBE Tais Siqueira Barreto, Florida Atlantic University

Session 2.3.10 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Thompson

Global Leadership: A New Taxonomy and the Role of Attributional Complexity and Transformational Leadership

Wednesday, June 25

Session 2.3.7 - Panel Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Chair: Jean Lee, China Europe International Business School

Towards a Taxonomy of the Global Leadership Construct B. Sebastian Reiche, IESE Allan W. Bird, Northeastern University Mark E. Mendenhall, University of Tennessee Joyce Osland, San Jose State University Attributional Complexity and Leadership: Test of a process Model in France and India C. Lakshman, Tongji University Christophe Estay, KEDGE Business School Bordeaux Leadership Style and Organizational Commitment: A Comparative Study between US and Korean Employees Youngsam Cho, Korea University Mannsoo Shin, Korea University Jangrho Lee, Korea University The Mechanism of Transformational Leadership on Organizational Commitment: A Comparative Study of the U.S. and German Companies in Korea Soyeon Kim, Meiji University Mannsoo Shin, Korea University



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Session 2.3.11 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Arbutus

Top Management and Corporate Boards

Chair: Marc Van Essen, University of South Carolina

Session 2.3.13 - Interactive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cowichan

Identity, and Cultural Intelligence: Conceptualization and Development

Chair: Yuan Liao, University of New South Wales

Top Management Internationalization and Accounting Quality Tobias Dauth, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management Paul Pronobis, Free University of Berlin Stefan Schmid, ESCP Europe CEO Duality in IPO Firms in China: the Reconciliation of Agency Theory and Stewardship Theory Wanrong Hou, University of Texas-Pan American Sali Li, University of South Carolina Jianfeng Wu, University of International Business and Economics Yonggui Wang, University of International Business and Economics Internationalization of Corporate Boards and Change in its Working Language Trond Randoy, University of Agder Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University Lars Oxelheim, University of Lund

Session 2.3.12 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Fir

Wednesday, June 25

Institutional Contexts of Corruption and Business Ethics Chair: Halia Valladares, Mt. Royal University

The Effect of Firm Bribery in Transition Economies on Firm's Market Focus Between Domestic and Foreign Markets Seung-Hyun Lee, University of Texas at Dallas David H. Weng, University of Texas at Dallas Jinsil Kim, University of Texas at Dallas A Transaction Governance Perspective on Business Entertainment Francis Sun, Brock University Shih-Fen S. Chen, Ivey Business School The Impact of Corruption and Institutional Restrictiveness on Entry Strategy: Evidence from Telecommunication Projects in Developing Countries Arash Amirkhany, McGill University Pouya Seifzadeh, Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Examining the Institutional Context of Organizational Corruption Controls: The Case of FIFA William Ray Heaston, Drake University Matthew Coy Mitchell, Drake University

Individuals with Multi-Institutional Profiles: Construct Development, Operationalization, and Suggested Applications Qin Han, University of Alberta Jennifer Jennings, University of Alberta Acculturation, Identity and Self-Initiated Expatriation: Theoretical Implications Marian Crowley-Henry, National University of Ireland Maynooth Noeleen Doherty, Cranfield University Developing the Global Managers of the Future: Exploring the Merits of CQ Education in Business Schools. Jase Ramsey, University of Alabama Melanie Lorenz, University of Alabama Livia Barakat, Fundacao dom Cabral On Becoming Marginal and Cosmopolitan: A Grounded Theory Study on Expatriate Cultural Identity Ling Eleanor Zhang, Hanken School of Economics Betwixt and Between: Organizational Identification of Local Managers at MNE Overseas Subsidiaries Khan-Pyo Lee, Sogang University Jun-Young Bae, Pukyong National University Jang-Ho Choi, Sogang University Bongsoon Cho, Sogang University The Quest for Global Entrepreneurs? – Cultural Intelligence and its Importance to Entrepreneurship Marilyn M. Helms, Dalton State College Raina M. Rutti, Dalton State College Melanie Lorenz, University of Alabama Jase Ramsey, University of Alabama Craig E. Armstrong, University of Alabama Why Has the Chinese Leadership Style Prevailed over Millenia? Towards an Evolutionary Theory of Global Leadership Antony John Drew, University of Newcastle Hans Jansson, Linneus University

Session 2.3.14 - Interactive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Coquitlam

Critical Reflections on Parent-Subsidiary Linkages Chair: Birgitte Grogaard, University of Calgary

Why the Importance of the (Cultural) Distance Concept in International Business Is Not Justified: A Literature Analysis Anne-Wil Harzing, ESCP Europe Markus Pudelko, Tuebingen University

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How Foreign is Foreign? The Local Embeddedness of Foreign Listed Companies Robert Lindorfer, WU Vienna Anna Andres, WU Vienna In Defense of Heterarchy: Applying the Hypermodern Structure in U.S. Military and Multinational Corporations Tanya Andrea Peacock, University of Hawaii at Manoa Kiyohiko Ito, University of Hawaii at Manoa Ambidexterity in the MNC: Balancing Opportunities and Demands in Multiple Contexts Mikael Eriksson, Uppsala University Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University Rian Drogendijk, Uppsala University Ulf Holm, Uppsala University Complexity and Structure in MNCs – An NK-Application Sokol Celo, Suffolk University I. Kim Wang, Suffolk University James Nebus, Suffolk University Subsidiary HR Autonomy and Subsidiary Performance Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University Hilla Peretz, ORT Braude College Yitzhak Fried, Syracuse University

Session 2.3.15 - Interactive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Capilano

Mergers and Acquisitions

Chair: Jiatao Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Are Better Firms Acquired by MNEs Rather Than Domestic Firms in China? Aizhen Chen, Xiamen University Familiarity and Cultural Effects in International Mergers and Acquisitions Paul Jonathan Komiak, Memorial University Political Environment and Cross-border Acquisitions Ben Kedia, University of Memphis Rama Krishna Reddy, University of Memphis The Market’s Response to Environmental Performance Distance between Acquirer and Target Country in the CrossBorder Acquisition: Moderating Role of Acquirer’s Environmental Reputation Gunae Choi, Rutgers University Financial Development, Information Asymmetry, and the Alignment between Short-Term Stock Market Reaction and Long-Term M&A Performance: Evidence from Hong Kong and Mainland China Yuping Zeng, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Meijui Sun, Ming Chuan University



Board Capital and Cross-Border M&A Performance—The Moderating Role of Internal Social Ties W.G. Douglas Fernandez, Florida International University Sumit K. Kundu, Florida International University Speed of Institutional Change and Cross-Border Acquisition Performance Yinuo Tang, University of Pittsburgh Ravi Madhavan, University of Pittsburgh

Session 2.3.16 - Interactive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Chehalis

Social Institutions in Home and Host Countries Chair: Bindu Arya, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Internal and External Consequences of Direct and Distance Effects of Institutions for MNCs and the Role of Social Capital Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University The Impact of Home and Host Country Institutional Context on Subsidiary Performance Chinmay Pattnaik, University of Sydney SoonKyoo Choe, Yonsei University Bribery and Firm Performance in Different Institutional Environments Canan Canbulat Mutlu, University of Texas at Dallas Comparative Business Systems: Social Embeddedness in the Work Place and National Differences in Employee Impression Management Behaviors in China, Japan, Korea, & the U.S. Patricia (Tish) Robinson, Hitotsubashi University ICS Li Ma, Peking University Zhixue Zhang, Peking University

Wednesday, June 25

Parent-Subsidiary Linkage: How Resource Commitment and Resource Similarity Influence Firm Performance Chung-Jen Chen, National Taiwan University Andy Ruey-Shan Guo, National Taiwan University Shan-Huei Wang, National Taiwan University Ya-Hui Lin, Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, National Science Council

Bureaucrats Rent-Seeking and Corruption in An Emerging Market: A Firm-Level Analysis of FIEs in Vietnam SoonKyoo Choe, Yonsei University Dang Thi Hong Nguyen, Yonsei University Kyung Min Park, Yonsei University The Decline of Partnerships and Rise of Club Good Structures in Investment Banking W. Travis Selmier II, Indiana University The Pursuit of Government Transparency in the Transition Economies: Panacea or Pandora's Box of MNE's Corruption? Neli Kouneva Loewenthal, George Washington University Context and Reinvestment Decisions: Why the Transitional Periphery Differs from other Post-State Socialist Economies Mehmet Demirbag, University of Strathclyde Martina Mcguinness, University of Sheffield Geoffrey T. Wood, University of Warwick

Session 2.3.17 - Interactive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Marine

Innovation in Emerging Economies

Chair: Rachel Pacheco, University of Pennsylvania

Exploring the External Side of MNE Subsidiary Innovation in China: Locations and the Role of Inter-Organizational Trust Christopher Williams, Ivey Business School Juana Du, Royal Roads University

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Globalization of R&D: Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Innovation in India and China Rajat Khanna, UNC Chapel Hill Atul Nerkar, UNC Chapel Hill Silicon Valley and China's Innovation Openness Brian Hilton, Nottingham University China Miao Wang, Nottingham University China

Session 2.4.2 - Panel

Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance

Time: 14:30-15:45

Room: Stanley Park 1

Dirty Topic or Local Norm: Corruption and Discrimination Debates in International Business

Chair: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University

Organisational Innovation in Indian firms – A Multi-Level Perspective Smitha Nair, University of Sheffield Pawan Budhwar, Aston University Kishore Gopalakrishna Pillai, Aston University Impact of Technology on Banking in Africa: The Contribution of Foreign Banks in Ghana Kweku Adams, University of Calgary R&D Internationalisation of Developing Country Firms: The Case of China Huaichuan Rui, University of London Reverse Management Innovation from Emerging Markets Michal Lemanski, Nottingham University China Shameen Prashantham, Nottingham University China

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 14:15-14:30 Time: 14:15-14:30

Panelists: John Lawler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign John Mezias, University of Miami Jonathan Doh, Villanova University

Session 2.4.3 - Panel Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Mackenzie

Institutions, Ownership and Global Strategy Chair: Hans van Oosterhout, Rotterdam School of Management

Panelists: Ruth V. Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina David Reeb, National University of Singapore Marc Van Essen, University of South Carolina

Break

Wednesday, June 25

Short break to facilitate transition between sessions. No refreshment service will be provided.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 14:30-15:45 Session 2.4.1 - Panel

Time: 14:30-15:45

Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals Room: Stanley Park 2-3

International Entrepreneurship: Toward an Integration of IB and Entrepreneurship

Chair: Shameen Prashantham, Nottingham University China

Panelists: Stephanie A Fernhaber, Butler University Gary A Knight, Willamette University Anoop Madhok, York University Patricia P. McDougall-Covin, Indiana University Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago and Aalto University School of Business

Session 2.4.4 - Competitive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Seymour

Internationalization of Emerging Market MNEs Chair: Sam Park, China Europe International Business School

Internationalization through Exaptation: The Role of Domestic Geographical Scope in the Internationalization Process of Firms Tamara Stucchi, Technical University of Denmark Grazia D. Santangelo, University of Catania Strategic Archetypes of Emerging Market Multinationals: Analysis of Outward FDI of Indian Firms Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney Rajesh Upadhyayula, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Amit Karna, EBS Business School International Springboard by Emerging Market Enterprises: A Contextual Perspective Vladislav Maksimov, University of Miami Yadong Luo, University of Miami Innovation and Internationalization in the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector: The Moderating Role of Ownership Structures Tatiana S. Manolova, Bentley University Saptarshi Purkayastha, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Linda F. Edelman, Bentley University

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Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Cypress 1

Corporate Portfolio Evolution and Performance: Alliances, IJVs, and Subsidiaries Chair: Gurneeta Vasudeva Singh, University of Minnesota

Contextual and Processual Antecedents of International Strategic Alliance Performance: A Co-evolutionary View Mia Hsiao-Wen Ho, Yuan Ze University Shuffling the Cards while Playing the Game: Predicting the Direction of Foreign Ownership Changes in IJVs Vanessa C. Hasse, Ivey Business School Jean-Louis Schaan, Ivey Business School David Tanganelli, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya Distant from Whom? The Facets of Cultural Distance and of its Impact on Innovation Performance in Subsidiaries' Alliance Portfolios Stefano Elia, Politecnico di Milano Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli, Politecnico di Bari Building Capabilities in Emerging Markets: The Double-Edged Sword of Cross-Sector Alliances Aline Gatignon, INSEAD

Session 2.4.6 - Panel Track: 15 - Research Methodology in IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Cypress 2

Data Sharing, Research Crowdsourcing, and Open Collaboration: Latest Developments and Opportunities in International Business Studies Chair: Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales

Panelists: Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Piers Steel, University of Calgary Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University Norhayati Zakharia, Universiti Utara Malaysia Amanda E.K. Budde-Sung, University of Sydney Sebastian Jayaraj, Rutgers Business School Tony Fang, Stockholm University

Session 2.4.7 - Panel Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Oak 1

Transformative Experiences in Teaching International Business Chair: Suresh George, Coventry University

Session 2.4.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Oak 2

Strategic Determinants of MNE Performance

Chair: Thomas Hutzschenreuter, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management

Effects of R&D Investments and Market Signals on International Acquisitions: Evidence from IPO Firms Cheng-Wei Wu, University of Hong Kong Jeffrey Reuer, Purdue University Which Match Maker do you want? Advisor Banks and the Effects of their Network Position on Uncertainty Control in Cross-Border Acquisitions, 1996-2010 Jung-Hoon Han, Yonsei University Corporate Governance, Internationalization, Diversification, and Financing Decision Chiung-Jung Chen, Chung Yuan Christian University Retailers’ International Strategy, Implementation and Performance Bernhard Swoboda, Trier Univeristy Lukas Morbe, Trier University

Session 2.4.9 - Competitive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Fraser

Global versus Local Product Innovation Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University

Wednesday, June 25

Session 2.4.5 - Competitive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Impact of Korean Market Reforms on Firm Innovation KwangWook Gang, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Jaya Dixit, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Relationship-Based Product Innovations: Evidence from the Global Supply Chain Ruey Jer (Bryan) Jean, National Chengchi University Daekwan Kim, Florida State University Daniel Custer Bello, Georgia State University Realizing Product Harmonization under Market Demand Heterogeneity: Reconciliation of Competing Logics in New Product Development Yang Liu, University of Cambridge Yongjiang Shi, University of Cambridge Balancing Exploitative and Explorative Capabilities within and Across the Product Development and Market Domains Ana Catarina Cadima Lisboa, IPL/ESTG Dionysis Skarmeas, Athens University of Economics and Business Carmen Lages, Nova School of Business and Economics Luis Filipe Lages, Nova School of Business and Economics

Panelists: Suresh George, Coventry University Basil Janavaras, Minnesota State Todd Friends, Whitworth University



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Expatriation, Repatriation, and Inpatriation

A Network Theory of FDI Determinants: Bridging Countries as Attractors Sokol Celo, Suffolk University Aya Chacar, Florida International University

Expatriate Social Networks in Terrorism-Endangered Countries: An Empirical Analysis Benjamin Bader, University of Hamburg Tassilo Schuster, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Why Do MNEs Face Different Levels of Liability of Foreignness: Examining the Effects of the Interaction and the Alignment between the MNE’s and the Host Country Advantages Alexey V. Semenov, Saint Louis University Hadi Alhorr, Saint Louis University

Session 2.4.10 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Thompson

Chair: Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University

How Likely am I to Return Home? A Study of New Zealand Self-Initiated Expatriates Revti Raman, Victoria University of Wellington Valerie J. Lindsay, University of Wollongong in Dubai Shaleen Rashad, Victoria University of Wellington Is International Assignment Experience a Ticket to the Top of a Foreign Subsidiary? A Career-Cone Perspective Almasa Sarabi, Georg-August-University Goettingen Fabian J. Froese , Georg-August-University Goettingen Seeing Trees behind the Forest: A Closer Look at the Influences of Emotional Intelligence on Expatriates Alexei Koveshnikov, Hanken School of Economics Heidi Wechtler, MacQuarie University

Session 2.4.11 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Arbutus

Export Competition

Chair: Rene Belderbos, Catholic University of Leuven

Wednesday, June 25

Export Promotion of OFDI from Emerging Markets Transaction Level Evidence from China Wenjie Chen, George Washington University Heiwai Tang, Johns Hopkins University - SAIS Exposure of Canadian Retailers to Cross-Border Shopping Jen Baggs, University of Victoria Loretta Fung, National Tsing Hua University Beverly Lapham, Queen's University Effects of Agglomeration Economies on Learning-byExporting Jon Jungbien Moon, Korea University Jaiho Chung, Korea University Hyejin Cho, Korea University Ji-Young Shin, Korea University

Session 2.4.12 - Competitive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Fir

Distance

Chair: Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University

The Moderating Impact of Institutional Distance on the Subsequent Stages of INV Internationalisation Dominik Chahabadi, Macquarie University Meena Chavan, Macquarie University Perception of Distances and Internationalization: Insights from Social Psychology Laetitia Em, University of Groningen

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Session 2.4.13 - Interactive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Cowichan

National Culture and Institutions: Conceptualization, Within- and BetweenCountry Differences, and Effects Chair: Fiona Moore, Royal Holloway

Animosity, Institutional Ethnocentrism, and Entry Mode: The Role of Global Values and Trust in Evaluating Perceived Country Risk and Resource Commitment Morris Kalliny, Saint Louis University Wootae Chun, Saint Louis University Seung Kim, Saint Louis University Purchasing Professionals’ Perceptions of Unethical Negotiation Tactics: A Comparative Study between Taiwan and China Yi-Hui Ho, Chang Jung Christian University Chieh-Yu Lin, Chang Jung Christian University Do All Chinese Employees Have the Same Cultural Value? An Exploratory Investigation on Differences of Chinese’ Cultural Values in State-, Private-, and US-Owned Firms Kitae Kim, Sangmyung University Quan Yin, Sangmyung University Bongsoon Cho, Sogang University Longzhen Li, Hongik University Byoung Kwon Choi, Sangmyung University The Cultural Relativity of Power: A Proposed Examination of the Moderating Influence of Power Distance in the International Work Environment Alexander Assouad, Belmont University Formation of Pedagogical Approach and its Impact on Work Ethic – Asia Challenging the West? Chris Baumann, Macquarie University The Cultural Parallax: An examination of the Paradox that is National Culture Reccia Natasha Charles, St. George's University The International Spread of Management Cultures Guilherme Azevedo, Audencia Nantes National Culture and Income Inequality: A Cross-Country Analysis Mohammad Niamat Elahee, Quinnipiac University Khawaja A. Mamun, Sacred Heart University Farid Sadrieh, Quinnipiac University

Ambidexterity, Absorptive Capacity and Innovation Chair: Nandini Lahiri, Temple University

Learning via Absorptive Capacity in International Joint Ventures: Processes, Performance Impact and the Role of Entry Strategies Junfeng Zhang, Hong Kong Baptist University Wei-ping Wu, Hong Kong Baptist University Ran Chen, Hong Kong Baptist University Absorptive Capacity in Business Model Innovation: An Empirical Analysis of Managerial Influence Factors Ruth Steinhauer, Saarland University Joachim Zentes, Saarland University Multinational Interdependence and Subsidiary Performance: The Mediating Effects of Ambidexterity Rene Olie, Rotterdam School of Management Dynamic Perspective of International Knowledge Transfer from Absorptive Capacity to Combinative Capability Yoonjeoung Heo, Seoul National University Hwy-Chang Moon, Seoul National University Yun-Cheol Lee, Korea Aerospace University Contextual Ambidexterity: Adaptation and Change Across States of Organizational Environments Zhi Wang, Manchester Metropolitan University Stuart Horsburgh, Manchester Metropolitan University MNC Subunit Competence Creating Activities – Technological Distinctiveness and Knowledge Sourcing Xiaoyu Pu, SUNY Oswego John A. Cantwell, Rutgers Business School Determinants of Technology Transfer Performance from Parent Firms to their Foreign Subsidiaries: An Integrated Approach Jaehwi Jeong, Sogang University Chol Lee, Sogang University

Session 2.4.15 - Interactive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Capilano

Strategic Insights in the International Context Chair: Joseph Clougherty, Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Motivations, Difficulties, Risks and Results of the Adoption of Global Sourcing by Companies from Electrical and Electronic Industry in the South of Brazil Moema Pereira Nunes, PUCRS Luciana Marques Vieira, UNISINOS José Antônio Valle Antunes Júnior, UNISINOS

Is It Worth the International Vendetta? Investigating the Patent Litigation Strategy and Firm Market Value Relationship with 16 Pairs of Smartphone Patent Dispute Cases Deli Yang, Trinity University Maho Sonmez, UTSA Managing Capital Allocation Under Uncertainty: Exploit or Explore? Elif Ketencioglu, University of Sydney Vicarious Learning and Cross-Border Acquisition Completion: The Moderating Effect of Formal and Informal Institutional Distance Mirko H. Benischke, University of Auckland The (Un)Predictable Factor: The Role of Subsidiary Social Capital in International Takeovers Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School Steen Erik Navrbjerg, University of Copenhagen Multi-level Factors behind the Completion of Cross-Border M&As after Public Announcement Mihee Lim, KAIST Ji-Hwan Lee, KAIST Sang Do Kim, Korea Development Bank

Session 2.4.16 - Interactive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Chehalis

International Commercial Relations and Global Corporate Governance Chair: Paul W. Beamish, Ivey Business School

Wednesday, June 25

Session 2.4.14 - Interactive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Coquitlam

The Limits to Economic Integration: Quality Standard Setting and Free Trade in the European Union Nicolas M. Dahan, Temple University European Integration and EU Country Network: The Transitions of Intra EU Trade Structure and Network Centrality Jongmin Lee, University of Reading Do International Investment Agreements Protect Investment? Micro-Level Evidence Robert J. Weiner, George Washington University Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC The Institutional Determinants Of Technology Transfers To Emerging And Developing Countries: Evidence From The Energy Sector Neli Kouneva Loewenthal, George Washington University Goran Vojvodic, George Washington University Mixed Methods Analysis for Bargaining Power Dynamics James Nebus, Suffolk University Carlos Rufin, Suffolk University Laura Albareda, Deusto University

Control- and Compassion-based Responses to Terrorist Attacks: A Natural Experiment of Foreign Subsidiaries facing Sudden versus Recurrent Shocks Ramzi Fathallah, Ivey Business School Oana Branzei, Ivey Business School



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Session 2.4.17 - Interactive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Marine

Ownership, Governance, and Business Systems Chair: Dorothee Feils, University of Alberta

Value Creation Logics and Internationalization of Service Firms Peter D. Oerberg Jensen, Copenhagen Business School Bent Petersen, Copenhagen Business School Can Value Creation be Helpful Frame for Understanding Firms’ Internationalisation? Denitsa Hazarbassanova, Copenhagen Business School How Foreignness can be an Asset and a Liability for Firms Jörg Zimmermann, European Commission - Joint Research Centre Wolfgang Sofka, Copenhagen Business School Internationalization of State-Owned Enterprises through Outward Foreign Direct Investment Fernanda Ribeiro, University Center of FEI Ellie Banalieva, Northeastern University Charles Dhanaraj, IMD Lausanne Over 20 Years of Business Systems Research -Contributions, Gaps, and Future Directions: Lessons for International Management Mohammad Bakhtiar Rana, Aalborg University CEO Twilight and FDI Brian C. Pinkham, Ivey Business School

Wednesday, June 25

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 15:45-16:15 Time: 15:45-16:15 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 16:15-17:30 Session 2.5.1 - Panel Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

The Internationalization of Family Firms

Chairs: Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University/University of Pavia and Liena Kano, University of Calgary

Panelists: Liena Kano, University of Calgary Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary Marc Van Essen, University of South Carolina Antonio Majocchi, University of Pavia Ellie Banalieva, Northeastern University Ruth V. Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University/University of Pavia

Session 2.5.2 - Panel Track: 18 - Scholars Meet Practice Session

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Stanley Park 1

The Future of Free Trade Agreements: Lessons from the Korea-US FTA

Chair: Yongsun Paik, Loyola Marymount University Discussant: Karl P. Sauvant, Columbia University

0000000 Panelists: Troy Stangarone, Korea Economic Institute of America Sean Connell, East-West Center in Washington Hugh Stephens, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada/Royal Roads University

Coffee Break

Session 2.5.3 - Competitive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

International Entrepreneurship: Social Capital and Networks

✪This coffee break is sponsored by Aalto University School of Business in honor of the winner of the "That's Interesting!" Award.

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Mackenzie

Chair: Shameen Prashantham, Nottingham University China

Network Ties in the International Opportunity Creation of Biotechnology SMEs Tanja Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä Sylvie Chetty, University of Otago Pavlos Dimitratos, University of Glasgow The Role of Social Capital in the Internationalization of British and Indian SMEs Pushyarag Puthusserry, Queen's University Belfast John Child, University of Birmingham The Dynamic Role of Social Capital and High Technology INVs Spiros Batas, University of Edinburgh Tanja Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä

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Social Capital and Social Capital Embeddedness in the Internationalization Process Simon Harris, University of Edinburgh Colin Wheeler, University of Portsmouth

Retail Foreign Operation Modes and Internationalisation Performance Jean-Laurent Viviani, University of Rennes Karine Picot-Coupey, University of Reading

Session 2.5.4 - Competitive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Session 2.5.6 - Panel Track: 15 - Research Methodology in IB

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Seymour

Home-country Institutions and the Internationalization of Emerging Market MNEs Chair: Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Cypress 2

Researchers Needed: Presenting a MultiSource Multi-Level Longitudinal X-Culture Database, Open To Everyone Chair: Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University

Emerging Market Multinational Companies and Internationalization: A Multilevel Study of the Influence of Home Country and Industry Conditions Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School Saul Estrin, London School of Economics Sabina Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School

Panelists: Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Susan Forquer Gupta, Monmouth University Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales Robbert Maseland, Groningen University

Regionalization and Country of Origin Effects: The Case of Australian MNEs Youngok Kim, University of New South Wales Sid Gray, University of Sydney

Session 2.5.7 - Panel Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Liabilities of ‘Outsidership’: The Process Model, Global Production Networks and MNCs Peter Hertenstein, University of Cambridge Dylan Sutherland, Durham University

Session 2.5.5 - Competitive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Cypress 1

Relational Governance and Buyer-Supplier Relationships Chair: Masaaki Kotabe, Temple University

The Effect of Trust, Commitment and Learning on BuyerSupplier Relationship Flexibility: A Social Network Analysis Approach Matevz Raskovic, University of Ljubljana Anuska Ferligoj, University of Ljubljana Jan C. Fransoo, Technical University of Eindhoven Maja Makovec Brencic, University of Ljubljana The Changing Value of Relational Governance and Control Mechanisms Min Ju, University of Missouri-St. Louis Hongxin Zhao, Saint Louis University Tiedong Wang, University of International Business and Economics Different Strategies for Promoting Low Carbon Tour in the Collective Society and Individualistic Society Jeou-Shyan (Joyce) Horng, Hungkuang University Yuann-Jun Liaw, Hungkuang University Meng-Lei (Monica) Hu, Jinwen University of Science and Technology Chih-Ching (Chris) Teng, Fu Jen Catholic University



The Internationalization of the American Model of Higher Education The Cases of MENA, China and South America Chair: Mourad Dakhli, Georgia State University

Panelists: John Anderson, University of Northern Iowa David Bruce, Georgia State University Pedro Carrillo, Georgia State University

Session 2.5.8 - Competitive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Oak 2

Speed and Arbitrage as Determinants of MNE Performance Chair: Olivier Bertrand, SKEMA Business School

Internationalization Speed and Firm Performance: The Inverted U-curve Hypothesis Alex Mohr, University of Kent Georgios Batsakis, University of Kent Initial Responses to Tough Times: How do MNEs React to Economic Crisis and what Factors Matter for Subsidiary Growth? Ramzi Fathallah, Ivey Business School Jean-Louis Schaan, Ivey Business School Cross-Border Arbitrage and Acquisition Performance in the Eurozone Crisis Rekha Nicholson, University of Bath Julie Salaber, Richmond University Signals as Antecedents of Decision Process Dimensions in Foreign Market Selection Markus Goelz, University of Melbourne Tom Osegowitsch, University of Melbourne Andre Sammartino, University of Melbourne

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Wednesday, June 25

Home Country Institutions and Location Portfolio of Chinese Multinationals Lin Li, Nottingham University China Lei Li, Nottingham University China

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Oak 1

Session 2.5.9 - Competitive Time: 16:15-17:30 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Fraser

Knowledge and the Emerging Market Multinational

Chair: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University

MNCs’ in Emerging Chinese Market: The Impacts of Language and Communication Media on New Product Performance through Knowledge Integration Chavi C.Y. Fletcher-Chen, Catholic University of Lille Paul R Jackson, University of Manchester Fawaz Baddar Alhussan, Catholic University of Lille Market Openness, Absorptive Capacity, and Innovation: Exploring Learning by Exporting in an Emerging Economy Zhenzhen Xie, Tsinghua University Jiatao Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Factors Influencing Transfer of the Learning Organization Concept to Small to Medium Size Firms in China Stephen Chen, University of Newcastle Steven Tsui, University of Newcastle

Session 2.5.10 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Thompson

Expatriate Adjustment

Chair: Tony Fang, Stockholm University

Wednesday, June 25

Self-Regulation and Expatriate Adjustment: The role of Regulatory Fit Rajesh Kumar, University of Nottingham Pawan Budhwar, Aston University Charmi Patel, University of Edinburgh Two Decades of Black, Mendenhall & Oddou’s Framework of International Adjustment: A Meta-Analysis Study on Its Empirical Validity Georg Guttmann, University of St. Gallen The Dark Side of Expatriation: Expatriate Burnout as Prolonged Response to Cross-Cultural Adjustment Difficulties Albert Kraeh, University of Goettingen Fabian J. Froese , Georg-August-University Goettingen The Trajectory of Overseas Adjustment Over Time: A Qualitative Systematic Review Heidi Wechtler, MacQuarie University

Session 2.5.11 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Arbutus

Ownership Matters!

Chair: Daphne W. Yiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Determining the Importance of the Ownership Effect for Firm Performance Yama Temouri, Aston University Nigel Driffield, Aston University Kai Sun, Aston University

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The Impact of Ownership Structure on the Internationalization of Brazilian Companies Hsia Hua Sheng, FGV-EAESP Jose Marcos Carrera Junior, FGV-EAESP Ownership and Bank Risk-taking: Evidence from China Wenyu Zhu, George Washington University Rent-Oriented Privatization, Education-Induced Interethnic Cooperation, and Investment Efficiency Igor Oliveira dos Santos, HEC Montréal

Session 2.5.12 - Competitive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Fir

Does Form Matter? Organizational Forms and Performance of MNEs Chair: Geoffrey Jones, Harvard University

The Internationalisation of Family Business Groups: A Crosscultural Perspective Alessandra Vecchi, University of Bologna Bice Della Piana, University of Salerno Claudia Cacia, University of Salerno Diversification and Performance of Business Groups from Emerging Markets: The Moderating Role of Ownership Jane Lu, University of Melbourne Saptarshi Purkayastha, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney Do Foreign Investments Benefit Business Group Affiliated Firms? Empirical Evidence from India Sarah Castaldi, University of Groningen Sathyajit. R. Gubbi, University of Groningen Vincent Eduard Kunst, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Session 2.5.13 - Interactive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Cowichan

Understanding the Born Global Phenomenon More Deeply Chair: Gary A Knight, Willamette University

Global Start-Ups Profile: One Size Fits All? Marilyn L. Taylor, University of Missouri-Kansas City Sukanlaya Sawang, Queensland University of Technology Xiaohua Yang, University of San Francisco Diaswati Mardiasmo, Queensland University of Technology Theresa L. Coates, Clarkson University Advancing the Entrepreneurial Orientation Construct: The Role of Passion and Perseverance Stephan Gerschewski, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Patricia P. McDougall-Covin, Indiana University Valerie J. Lindsay, University of Wollongong in Dubai Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago and Aalto University School of Business

From Born Globals to Borderless Companies: Why and How to Build a Worldwide Value Systems Vitor Corado Simoes, ISEG, University of Lisboa Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Renato Cotta de Mello, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Jorge Carneiro, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Born Globals - Is there Fire Behind the Smoke? Eliane Choquette, Aarhus University Morten Rask, Aarhus University Davide Sala, University of Southern Denmark Philipp Schröder, Aarhus University Enhancing the Understanding of International New Ventures: A Service-oriented Perspective Sven M. Laudien, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg Birgit Daxboeck, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg The Art of Asking Questions - A Review of Entrepreneurial Internationalization Research Yee Kwan Tang, University of Glasgow Marian V. Jones, University of Glasgow Taina Eriksson, University of Turku Niina Nummela, University of Turku Time in International Business Research: Born Globals Through a Process Lens Eriikka Johanna Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Turku School of Economics Maria Rumyantseva, University of Sydney Catherine Welch, University of Sydney Lisa Jane Hewerdine, University of Sydney

Session 2.5.14 - Interactive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Coquitlam

Qualitative IB Research, Reviews, and CSR

Chair: Melodena Balakrishnan, University of Wollongong in Dubai

Overcoming the Dilemma Between Contracting Need and Contracting Capability: Evidence from an Emerging Economy Cheng-Min Chuang, National Taiwan University Chih-Fang Chiu, National Taiwan University Antecedents to Catching Up in Low-Tech Industries: Grouplevel dynamics in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry 19922011 Jie Xiong, ESC Rennes School of Business Philippe Monin, EMLYON Inter-Firm Network Dynamics: Australian and Indian Mining Firms Meena Chavan, Macquarie University Renu Agarwal, University of Technology



Culture, Trust, and Formation of International Strategic Alliances in the Developing Markets Yasir Yasin Fadol, Qatar University Determinants of NGO-Corporate partnership performance: NGO's perspective Suyeon Kim, Yonsei University SoonKyoo Choe, Yonsei University Seungwha Chung, Yonsei University A Perspective on Performance Evaluation of Russian-Foreign IJVs: Theoretical Findings, Comparative Assessment and Further Research Avenues Katja Schneider, Technical University Freiberg Michael Nippa, Technical University Freiberg The Role of Government on FDI Spillover: Comparing China's and Brazil's Automobile Industries Afonso Fleury, Universidade de Sao Paulo Taotao Chen, Tsinghua University Maria Tereza Leme Fleury, FGV-EAESP Xiao Chen, Tsinghua University Shichang Liu, Tsinghua University Cyntia Vilasboas Calixto, FGV-EAESP Claudia Savoy, FGV-EAESP Carlos Eduardo Stefaniak Aveline, FGV-EAESP

Session 2.5.15 - Interactive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Capilano

Strategy Lessons in the International Context Chair: Katsuhiko Shimizu, Keio University

Wednesday, June 25

Born Global or Rapid Internationalisation? An Enquiry into the Internationalisation Processes of ‘Born Global’ Professional Service Firms (PSFs) Murray Taylor, Macquarie University Robert Graham Jack, Macquarie University

UNGC Participation Announcements and Stock Market Reactions: Signaling and Institutional Perspectives on the Effects of Firm-Level and Country-Level Attributes Kun Yang, Central Michigan University William Newburry, Florida International University Low-Level Management Control and Emerging Economy Firms’ Cross-Border Knowledge-Transfer Chang Liu, University of International Business and Economics Zijie Li, University of International Business and Economics Lin Cui, Australian National University Multinational Firms Motivations and Foreign Direct Investment Decisions: An Analysis of the IT & Software and Financial Services Sectors in the Irish Context Fragkiskos Filippaios, University of Kent Fatima Annan-Diab, Kingston University Is CSR Helpful or Hurtful? Testing Strategic and Agency Arguments in the Context of the 2004 Asian Tsunami Disaster Kiran S Awate, Ohio State University Anil Makhija, Ohio State University Mona Makhija, Ohio State University Business Model Innovation for Emerging Markets: Analysis of a German Automobile Manufacturer’s International Strategy in India and Thailand Christian Landau, EBS Business School Amit Karna, EBS Business School Miriam Sailer, EBS Business School

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The Effects of Language Diversity, Cultural Distance and Political Risk on the Choice between International Joint Ventures and Cross-Border Acquisitions: Evidence from the Greater China Region and Singapore Linda H.Y. Hsieh, University of Birmingham Meijui Sun, Ming Chuan University Why do Canadian Firms Invest and Operate Abroad? Implications for Canadian Exports Lena Suchanek, Bank of Canada Martin Coiteux, Bank of Canada Patrick Rizzetto, Bank of Canada Jane Voll, Bank of Canada

Session 2.5.16 - Interactive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 16:15-17:30 Room: Chehalis

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 - 19:00-22:00 Time: 19:00-22:00

AIB Gala Event The Gala Event will take place at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The Convention Centre is a pleasant 1 km walk along the Harbour from the Westin Bayshore Hotel. There will also be a limited number of shuttles operating between the Westin and the Convention Centre. Business Casual attire is recommended. ✪The Gala Event is hosted by the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University.

Managing Human Capital and Learning Processes

Chair: Vesa Matti Peltokorpi, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Sorting Model of Human Resources: Effects of Industry and Firm Characteristics on the Quality of New Hires in Japanese Firms Yoshio Yanadori, University of South Australia Tomoki Sekiguchi, Osaka University Marcos H. Yokoyama, Osaka University

Wednesday, June 25

Barriers and Facilitators to the Learning Process of Offshore members: A Case Study of an Offshore Insourcing Arrangement Florence Duvivier, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management Strategic Flexibility and Employees' Innovative Behavior in Foreign-Owned Firms in Japan: The Mediating Influence of Organizational Commitment Koichi Takaishi, Daito Bunka University Rei Hasegawa, Daito Bunka University Shinji Hasegawa, Waseda University When Do Expatriate Programs Benefit the Bottom Line: An Absorptive Capacity Perspective Kyoung Yong Kim, University of Houston Seemantini Pathak, University of Houston Steve Werner, University of Houston Roger Blakeney, University of Houston Best Practices Monitoring in Emerging Economies: Application of Data Envelopment Analysis for Typology Creation (Case of Russian Domestic Energy Sector) Valentina V. Kuskova, NRU Higher School of Economics Irina O. Volkova, NRU Higher School of Economics Nikolay B. Filinov, NRU Higher School of Economics

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Legend for Symbols Used: Nominee for the Temple/AIB Best Paper Award Nominee for the Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 08:00-08:45 Time: 08:00-08:45

Fellows Café III Start the day with a set of small group discussions hosted by an AIB Fellow, focused on an IB topic of current and mutual interest. Are Philanthropic Donations and Lobbying Forms of Reciprocal Behavior Usable at Market Entry? (Room: Cowichan) Jean Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY Are We at the End of the Road for Entry Mode Research? (Room: Coquitlam) Keith D. Brouthers, King's College London Why Emerging Market Companies will Dominate the Global 500 in the Future (Room: Chehalis) Robert Grosse, American University of Sharjah Is the Intersection of Global Innovation Networks, Emerging Economies, and Sunrise Industries One of the Potential New Frontiers for IB Research? (Room: Capilano) Ram Mudambi, Temple University

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 09:00-10:15 Session 3.1.1 - Panel Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Current and Future Research on Multiculturals: Conceptualization, Development, and Implications Chair: Davina Vora, State University of New York at New Paltz Discussant: Mary-Yoko Brannen, University of Victoria

Panelists: Mai Al-Naemi, Qatar University and London School of Economics Michael Allen, University of Sydney Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales Wendy Casper, University of Texas at Arlington Anthony Fee, University of Technology Stacey Fitzsimmons, University of Victoria and Western Michigan University Sid Gray, University of Sydney Napatsorn Jiraporn, State University of New York at New Paltz Hyun-Jung Lee, London School of Economics Fiona Moore, Royal Holloway Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro



Session 3.1.2 - Panel

Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Stanley Park 1

Internationalization of SMEs in Emerging/Developing Countries

Chair: Mehdi Farashahi, Concordia University

Panelists: Wade Danis, University of Victoria Igor Filatotchev, City University London Elie Chrysostome, State University of New York Jane Lu, University of Melbourne

Session 3.1.3 - Panel Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Mackenzie

Me, Myself and I: From Individual-centered to Multiple Stakeholder Perspectives in Expatriate Research Chairs: B. Sebastian Reiche, IESE; Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University, and Margaret Shaffer, University of Wisconsin Discussant: Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University

Panelists: Soo Min Toh, University of Toronto Mississauga Ying Guo, University of South Australia Mina Westman, Tel Aviv University Fabian J. Froese , Georg-August-University Goettingen David Collings, Dublin City University

Session 3.1.4 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Seymour

Facing Environmental Uncertainty: The Role of Executive Staffing Expatriation in a High-Risk Environment: The Role of Social Support under the Prevalence of Terrorism Benjamin Bader, University of Hamburg Decomposing Environmental Effects: A Study of Japanese Multinational Enterprises’ Executive Staffing Strategies in China Fiona Kun Yao, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Jing Yu (Gracy) Yang, University of Sydney Song Chang, Chinese University of Hong Kong Andrew Delios, National University of Singapore

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CEO Succession in Foreign Subsidiaries Following External and Internal Crises Marketa Sonkova, Boston University Hein Bogaard, George Washington University Emerging Market Company’s Selection of Developed Country Executives Cher-Min Fong, National Sun Yat-sen University Chun-Ling Lee, National Sun Yat-sen University Hui Wen Wang, National Sun Yat-sen University Sze-Ting Chen, National Sun Yat-sen University

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Session 3.1.5 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Cypress 1

Session 3.1.7 - Panel Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Knowledge Flows Across National Boundaries

Developing an International Perspective in Undergraduates Enrolled in Business Programs

Chair: Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University

Stop the Knowledge Flow: Knowledge Protection Intensity of MNC Subsidiaries Wolfgang Sofka, Copenhagen Business School Edlira Shehu, University of Hamburg Pedro de Faria, University of Groningen How Do Multinational Corporations Identify And Use External Knowledge? A Boundary-Spanning Approach Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School Principles or Templates? The Role of Human Capital in Cross-Border Knowledge Transfer James Oldroyd, Ohio State University Shad Morris, Brigham Young University Striking the Right Balance: The Effect of Internally and Externally Generated Knowledge on Firms' Geographical Scope Stefano Denicolai, University of Pavia Antonio Majocchi, University of Pavia Antonella Zucchella, University of Pavia

Session 3.1.6 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cypress 2

National Economy and Firm Behaviors Chair: Jonas Puck, WU Vienna

Influence of Macroeconomic and Political Risk Factors in the Capital Structure of Foreign Subsidiaries João Paulo Linhares, FGV-EAESP Hsia Hua Sheng, FGV-EAESP Nilton Deodoro Moreira Cardoso Júnior, Insper- Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa

Thursday, June 26

Inward Internationalization and the Financial Dimension Jeferson Lana, FGV-EAESP Rosilene Marcon, UNIVALI Wlamir Xavier, FGV-EAESP & UNISUL Rodrigo Bandeira-de-Mello, FGV-EAESP Why Do Countries Develop Differently? The Effect of National Culture on Profit Reinvestment by Small Firms in Emerging Markets Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina Chuck Kwok, University of South Carolina Liang Shao, Hong Kong Baptist University Zero-leverage Puzzle: An International Comparison Chuck Kwok, University of South Carolina Xiaolan Zheng, Nottingham University China

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Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Oak 1

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University

Panelists: Lorna Wright, York University Allan W. Bird, Northeastern University Elizabeth L. Rose, University of Otago and Aalto University School of Business Bernie Wolf, York University

Session 3.1.8 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Oak 2

Organizing for Performance

Chair: Schon Beechler, INSEAD

Imitating the Staffing Practice of High Performing Firms: The Implications for Subsidiary Performance Naoki Ando, Hosei University The Power of Momentum on Firm Performance: A Myth or A Reality? Chengli Tien, National Taiwan Normal University Chien-Nan Chen, National Dong Hwa University Societal Values, Organizational Culture, and Financial Performance: A 31-Society Study Carolyn P. Egri, Simon Fraser University David A. Ralston, Florida International University Tania Casado, University of Sao Paulo Carlos W.H. Lo, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Olivier Furrer, University of Fribourg Carol Yeh-Yun Lin, National Chengchi University Maria Teresa de la Garza Carranza, Instituto Tecnologico de Celaya Marjo Siltaoja, University of Jyvaskyla Wade Danis, University of Victoria Jaime Alberto Ruiz-Gutierrez , Universidad de los Andes Knud Sinding, University of Southern Denmark Ruth Alas, Estonian Business School Narasimhan Srinvasan, University of Connecticut Stephen Chen, University of Newcastle Tomasz Ochinowski, Warsaw University Frances E. Bowen, Queen Mary University London Tevfik Dalgic, University of Texas at Dallas Michael Mustafa, University of Nottingham - Malaysia Francisco B. Castro, Universidade do Porto Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford Yong-Lin Moon, Seoul National University Mario Molteni, Catholic University of Milan Ian Palmer, RMIT University Jean-Pascal Gond, City University London Amandine Furrer-Perrinjaquet, Independent Researcher Nicola Berg, University of Hamburg Isabelle Maignan, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Fraser

Institutional Environments of Firm Internationalization

Chair: Daniel Richard Clark, Indiana University

Firm-Government Dynamics in Outward M&A: The Effectiveness of China's Going Global Policy in Orchestrating Overseas Investments Johannes W. Meuer, University of Zurich Tao Wang, Xidian University Barbara Krug, Rotterdam School of Management Patrick Reinmoeller, Cranfield University Internationalization as Co-Evolution of Market- and NonMarket Strategies: The Case of Vale Suzana Rodrigues, Rotterdam School of Management Marleen Dieleman, National University of Singapore Legitimizing Export Expansion into Institutionally Distant Destinations Ziliang Deng, Renmin University of China Rudolf R. Sinkovics, University of Manchester Internationalisation in Emerging Markets as a Strategy Process Pao T. Kao, Uppsala University Martin Johanson, Mid Sweden University Desiree Holm, Uppsala University

Session 3.1.10 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Thompson

Corporate Governance, Ownership, and Corruption

Chair: Brenda Sternquist, Michigan State University

Status and Bribery: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in South Korea Yujin Jeong, American University Jordan Siegel, Harvard University Institutional Evolution and Corporate Boards Victor Zitian Chen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Bersant Hobdari, Copenhagen Business School Pei Sun, Fudan University Jerry Goodstein, Washington State University Codes of Ethics: Analyzing Business Ethics between Countries, through an International Comparison of Codes of Ethics and Conduct Josmar Andrade, Universidade de Sao Paulo Kavita Miadaira Hamza, Universidade de Sao Paulo Duarte Xara-Brasil, Instituto Politecnico de Setubal

Session 3.1.11 - Competitive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Arbutus

Antecedents and Consequences of International Collaborations

Chair: W.G. Douglas Fernandez, Florida International University

The Choice of International Entry Mode: What Really Matters to Executives Making International Strategic Decisions? Weiqiang Tang, University of Technology Sydney Timothy Devinney, University of Leeds Distance and Distinctiveness: Choice of Governance Mode in International Collaboration Gokhan Ertug, Singapore Management University Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University Niels Noorderhaven, Tilburg University Prestigious Top Management Team and International Alliance Formation Yu-Kai Wang, Soochow University International Cooperation with Local Partners: Is it a Strategic Choice or a Contingent Move? Francisco Figueira de Lemos, Uppsala University Miguel Matos Torres, Universidade de Aveiro

Session 3.1.12 - Competitive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Fir

Keep Calm and Watch the Government: Role of the State in Foreign Investment Chair: Ajai Gaur, Rutgers University

Sovereign Wealth Funds: The Perfect Strangers Javier Capape, ESADE Business School Javier Santiso, ESADE Business School Developed Economy Investment Promotion Agencies and Emerging Market Foreign Direct Investment John Anderson, University of Northern Iowa Dylan Sutherland, Durham University ASEAN-China Economic Relations: An Empirical Investigation of Chinese Investment Activities Hussain Rammal, University of South Australia Tatiana Zalan, Torrens University Ying Zhu, University of South Australia Yuzhu Wang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Session 3.1.13 - Interactive Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Cowichan

Extending Theoretical and Spatial Perspectives of Entrepreneurship

Chair: Mujtaba Ahsan, San Diego State University

The Impact of Remittances on Opportunity and NecessityBased Entrepreneurial Activities Congcong Zheng, San Diego State University Martina Musteen, San Diego State University



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Thursday, June 26

Session 3.1.9 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Entrepreneurial Learning in Peripheral Space: A Critical Realist Framework John David Nicholson, University of Hull Christian Felzensztein, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez Zaheer Khan, University of Hull Steve Johnson, University of Hull

Session 3.1.15 - Interactive Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Development and Internationalization of Social Entrepreneurial Ventures: A Conceptual Framework Melodena Balakrishnan, University of Wollongong in Dubai Valerie J. Lindsay, University of Wollongong in Dubai

‘Pandas in the land of the Koala’: Market Entry, Strategy and Operational Challenges of Chinese Multinationals in the Australian Market Robert Graham Jack, Macquarie University Judith Shuqin Zhu, University of Newcastle

Home Run, Strike Out, or Base Hit: What is the Influence of Accelerators on Acquisition, Quitting, and VC Financing in New Firms? Sheryl Winston Smith, Temple University Thomas Hannigan, Temple University

Liability of Regional Foreignness: A Longitudinal and Industry Level Analysis Jin Uk Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Ki Bum Noh, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Yaorui Xiao, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Do International Investors Enhance Private Firm Value? April Knill, Florida State University Douglas Cumming, York University Kelsey Syvrud, Florida State University

Intra-organization Legitimization of Business Service Offshoring as a Management Innovation: A Multi-level Framework Nidthida Lin, University of Newcastle Silvia Massini, University of Manchester Arie Y. Lewin, Duke University

The Impact of Business Angel, Domestic, Foreign Venture Capital and Institutional Quality on Founder-CEO Retention in African IPO Firms Bruce Allen Hearn, University of Sussex

Session 3.1.14 - Interactive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Coquitlam

What Explains FDI Performance?

Chair: James T Walker, University of Reading

Ownership Participation and Market Value of Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions by Emerging Market Firms Monica Yang, Adelphi University Environmental Turbulence, Integration-Responsiveness and MNE Subsidiary Performance in China Christopher Williams, Ivey Business School Jiqing Zhu, Shanghai International Studies University Maya Kumar, Ivey Business School

Thursday, June 26

Drivers of Emerging-Market Cross Border Mergers & Acquisitions: Evidence from the Indian IT Industry Sumati Varma, University of Delhi Rabi Narayan Kar, University of Delhi Amit Soni, University of Delhi Gabriele Suder, University of Melbourne Entry Mode Portfolio, Internationalization and Firm Performance: Evidence of Emerging Market Enterprises Bau-Jung Chang, Feng Chia University Yi-Ching Chiang, Feng Chia University Over Powering Influence of Institutional Distance on Chinese Firms’ Cross-Border M&A Performance Yong Suhk Pak, Yonsei University Hong Chen, Yonsei University Yi Yang, Yonsei University The Risk-Return Performance of Regional Internationalization Chiung-Jung Chen, Chung Yuan Christian University

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Capilano

Building Capabilities Through Offshoring

Chair: Carine Peeters, Université Libre de Bruxelles

The Evolution of Unilever: From ‘Multiple Fleets of Ships’ to ‘One Unilever’ Jacqueline Mees-Buss, University of Sydney International Sourcing Strategy in the Service Industry - A Competitive Perspective Wolfgang Markus Gleich, University of Augsburg Bjoern R. Schmeisser, WU Vienna Offshore Outsourcing of Manufacturing SMEs and Developing Dynamic Capabilities: An Exploratory Study on Quebec SMEs Muhammad Mohiuddin, Laval University Zhan Su, Laval University

Session 3.1.16 - Interactive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 09:00-10:15 Room: Chehalis

Globalization, Foreignness, and Modes of Operation Chair: Jean-Luc Arregle, EMLYON

The Advantage and Disadvantage of Foreignness in Innovation of Small Subsidiaries of Foreign MNES C. Annique Un, Northeastern University Revisiting the Internationalization of Services: Taking Stock and Looking Forward Peter D. Oerberg Jensen, Copenhagen Business School Denitsa Hazarbassanova, Copenhagen Business School Hemant Merchant, University of South Florida A Typology of Assets of Foreignness Mark Mallon, Old Dominion University Strategic Decisions under Uncertainty as Cause of Foreign Firms’ Performance Disadvantage Jörg Zimmermann, European Commission - Joint Research Centre

Multinational Complexity and MNC Performance: A Strategic Schema Fit Model Alexander Leinemann, University of St. Gallen Bjoern Ambos, University of St. Gallen Entry Mode of Offshore School Enterprises from English Speaking Countries Michael Parkes, Feng Chia University I Han, Feng Chia University The Selection of High-Risk Foreign Entry Modes: The Effects of CEO Hubris and TMT Behavioral Integration Orhan Volkan Ozbek, University of Texas at Arlington

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 10:15-10:45 Time: 10:15-10:45 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Coffee Break Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 13:00-14:15

Session 3.3.1 - Special Session Special Session

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

2014 JIBS Decade Award

Chair: John A. Cantwell, Rutgers Business School

The 2014 JIBS Decade Award, honors the most influential paper published in the 2004 volume of the Journal of International Business Studies. A Retrospective on their article by the winners of this year's JIBS Decade Award - Reconsidering the issues raised in their 2004 JIBS paper on: “Innovation, organizational capabilities, and the born-global firm” Gary A Knight, Willamette University Tamer Cavusgil, Georgia State University Discussants and Commentators: Ivo Zander, Uppsala University Nicole Coviello, Wilfred Laurier University ✪The JIBS Decade Award is sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan, the publisher of JIBS.

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 10:45-12:00 Session 3.2 - Plenary Special Session

Time: 10:45-12:00 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

AIB Fellows Executive of the Year Award Session

Session 3.3.2 - Panel Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Stanley Park 1

Assuming Corporate Responsibilities in Emerging Markets: Challenges and Prospects Chair: John Raymond Dilyard, St. Francis College

Chair: Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

Contributions of the Global Strategy Consulting Industry George Yip, China Europe International Business School The International Rise of McKinsey: A Mainstream IB Theory Perspective Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 12:00-13:00 Time: 12:00-13:00 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Light Lunch A light lunch will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.



Session 3.3.3 - Panel Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Mackenzie

Regionalization and the Multinational Enterprise: Resolving Contentions and Identifying Blindspots

Chairs: Ricardo Flores, University of New South Wales and Ruth V. Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Discussant: Alan Rugman, University of Reading

Panelists: Jin Uk Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Phillip C. Nell, WU Wien & Copenhagen Business School Quyen Nguyen, University of Reading Gong-ming Qian, Chinese University of Hong-Kong

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Thursday, June 26

McKinsey and the International Strategic Management Consulting Business (Keynote by 2014 Executive of the Year Award Recipient) Dominic Barton, McKinsey & Company

Panelists: Bodo B. Schlegelmilch, WU Vienna Verena Gruber, WU Vienna Patnaree Srisuphaolarn, Thammasat Business School Kumar Kunal Kamal, T A Pai Management Institute Lilach Nachum, City University New York Sushanta Kumar Mishra, Indian Institute of Management Indore

Session 3.3.4 - Competitive Track: 1 - People and Careers

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Seymour

National Culture: Development, Dimensions, and Positive Benefits of Differences

Session 3.3.6 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cypress 2

Mergers and Acquisitions

Chair: Marcus M. Larsen, Copenhagen Business School

Chair: Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University

Is Culture about Country or Individual Differences? Identifying Distinct Cultural Profiles within and across Countries using Latent Profile Analysis Joseph T. Cooper, University of Wyoming Laura J. Stanley, East Carolina University Charles E. Stevens, Lehigh University Caterina Kausch, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg Negative Biases in the Study of Culture in International Business: The Need for Positive Organizational Scholarship Günter K. Stahl, WU Vienna Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University National Culture as Variable and as Identity: Knowledge Networking among Taiwanese Transnational Professionals Fiona Moore, Royal Holloway Cultural Ascription-Achievement: A Cultural Lens to Explain Idiosyncratic Evaluation Xin Yang, Hong Kong Baptist University Henry Fock, Hong Kong Baptist University

Session 3.3.5 - Competitive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Cypress 1

Institutional Voids and Innovation

Chair: Aldo Musacchio, Harvard Business School

Greasing the Wheels of Change: The Impact of Corruption, Local Arbitrariness, and Institutions on Firm Innovation Sorin M.S. Krammer, Groningen University

Thursday, June 26

R&D Investment Dynamics in Agglomerations Under Weak Appropriability Regimes Anna Lamin, Northeastern University Miguel Ramos, University of Texas, El Paso Why do MNE Subsidiaries Outsource R&D in Countries with Weaker National IPR Regimes? The Role of Local Institutions Grazia D. Santangelo, University of Catania Klaus Meyer, China Europe International Business School Bjoern Jindra, Copenhagen Business School, Halle Institute for Economic Research Business Model Innovation in Emerging Economies: Leveraging Institutional Voids Manas Puri, University of Rome 'Tor Vergata' Ernesto Tavoletti, University of Macerata Corrado Cerruti, University of Rome 'Tor Vergata'

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The Impact of Institutional Distance on the Debt-Equity Choice in International Corporate Acquisitions Thomas Lindner, WU Vienna Igor Filatotchev, City University London Jonas Puck, WU Vienna Regional Influences on the Equity Share Ownership of Foreign Partners in International Joint Ventures Michael Bowe, MBS, University of Manchester Sougand Golesorkhi, Manchester Metropolitan University Mohammad Yamin, University of Manchester Time Horizons of Incentives in Different Institutional Settings – An Empirical Analysis of M&A Deals of US and European Firms Johannes Sauset, Georg-August-University Goettingen Jana Oehmichen, Georg-August-University Goettingen Michael Wolff, Georg-August-University Goettingen

Session 3.3.7 - Panel Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Oak 1

Course-Based Export/Import Projects: Do the Benefits Justify the Costs, and if so How can Resources be Provided? Chair: Nick Robinson, North Island College

Panelists: Miroslaw Jarosinski, Warsaw School of Economics Michel Librowicz, Université du Québec à Montréal Peter E. Lloyd, Peter Lloyd Associates Nick Robinson, North Island College Ingrid Burkholder, North Island College Julia Drew-Watt, Government of Canada, DFAITD Andreas Hagen, iLab Solutions

Session 3.3.8 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Oak 2

Organizing Frameworks for Knowledge and Learning

Chair: Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School

Rocking and Rebalancing the Boat: How Offshoring Elicits Reconfiguration of the Service Production System Kristin Martina Brandl, Copenhagen Business School Michael Mol, Warwick Business School Bent Petersen, Copenhagen Business School International Training, Learning and New Product Development in the Multinational Corporation Kyoung Yong Kim, University of Houston Anupama Phene, George Washington University

Session 3.3.9 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Fraser

Sociopolitical Hazards and Their Firm-Level Implications Chair: Jing Li, Simon Fraser University

Policy Risk and Divestitures: Firm-Specific and Macro Considerations Daniel Blake, IE Business School Caterina Moschieri, IE Business School Does Civil Unrest Impede or Enable Employee Innovation Behavior? The Alchemic Role of Collaborative Conflict Management Carol Reade, San Jose State University Hyun-Jung Lee, London School of Economics Rob Peter or Rob Paul? Expropriation and Sovereign Default as Complements or Substitutes Anthony Cannizzaro, George Washington University

Session 3.3.10 - Competitive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Thompson

CSR and Corporate Performance and Renewal Chair: Bindu Arya, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Creating Shared Value Strategies – Effects on Coffee Farmers Luciano Ciravegna, INCAE Paul Robson, Royal Holloway Bernard Kilian, INCAE The Battle of Ideas Inside the MNC: A Case Study of Ideological Politics and Change Jacqueline Mees-Buss, University of Sydney Catherine Welch, University of Sydney International Diversification and Corporate Social Performance Xueji Jessie Liang, National University of Singapore Jane Lu, University of Melbourne

Session 3.3.11 - Competitive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Arbutus

Knowledge, Innovation, and Collaboration

Chair: Vesna Sedoglavich, Australian National University

Cooperative Innovation Networks: Geographic Partnership and Performance within Degrees of Innovation Yu-Ying Li, Taiwan Research Institute Daw Ma, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research



Tacit and Explicit Knowledge Transfers in IJVs:The Role of Partner Dissemination, Compatibility, and the Impact on Innovation Chansoo Park, Memorial University of Newfoundland Chol Lee, Sogang University Internalization or Alliance Modes & Variation in the Scope of Knowledge Production in the Biopharmaceutical Sector in China Tariq H. Malik, Dongbei University of Finance & Economics R&D Collaborations and Innovation: Differences between Subsidiaries of Foreign MNEs and Domestic Firms C. Annique Un, Northeastern University

Session 3.3.13 - Interactive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Cowichan

Institutional Constraints and Triggers of Firm Internationalization Chair: Hussain Rammal, University of South Australia

Host Country Internet Infrastructure and MNC Expansion Choices Seung-Hyun Lee, University of Texas at Dallas Chang Hoon Oh, Simon Fraser University Jeoung Yul Lee, Hongik University The Effect of Institutional Evolution on Indian Firms’ Internationalization Tamara Stucchi, Technical University of Denmark Torben Pedersen, Bocconi University Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney Outsourcing Destination Choices: The Role of Formal and Informal Institutions Grigorios Livanis, Northeastern University Christopher Robertson, Northeastern University Khalid Al-Shuaibi, King Abdulaziz University Khalid Hussain, King Abdulaziz University The Influence of Formal Institutions in the Internationalization of Companies in an Emerging Country Jefferson Marlon Monticelli, UNISINOS Cyntia Vilasboas Calixto, FGV-EAESP Sílvio Luis de Vasconcellos, UNISINOS Ivan Lapuente Garrido, UNISINOS

Thursday, June 26

Co-Parenting Advantage through Extra-Regional Headquarters: Knowledge Flows and Embeddedness in a Model of Subsidiary Evolution Jose Pla-Barber, University of Valencia Cristina Villar, University of Valencia Anoop Madhok, York University

Agents of the State or Market? A Mutual Institutional Constraint Framework for Chinese Central SOEs’ Internationalization Monica Ren, Macquarie University Wei Li, University of Sydney Chinese Multinational Enterprises' Approach to Employer Associations in Host Country: Insights and Implications from Institutional and Social Cognition Research Judith Shuqin Zhu, University of Newcastle Sealing the Deal: Using Ownership Structure to Complete Cross-Border M&As in Light of Institutional Distance Danielle Renee Jones, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

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Session 3.3.14 - Interactive Track: 8 - Strategy, M&As and Competitiveness

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Coquitlam

Business Strategy in the International Context Chair: Pervez N. Ghauri, Kings College London

The Interrelationship and Determinants of Imports and Sales in U.S.-based Corporations Valentina Marano, Northeastern University Pete Tashman, Portland State University The Relationship Between Diversification and Performance of Business Groups: Evidence from Taiwan Te-Yi Lin, Tatung University Cheng-Wen Yao, Commerce Development Research Institute Competitive Environment, Business Relationships and Subsidiary Importance Lu-Jui Chen, Ming Chuan University Hsien-Che Lai, National University of Tainan Chuan-Hung, Wang, National Taiwan University Complex Network of Chinese Companies based on Internationalization and Product Diversification Strategies Da Huo, Central University of Finance and Economics Haibo Wang, Texas A&M International University Tingyuan Guan, Central University of Finance and Economics Bozhao Du, Central University of Finance and Economics Chunlei Meng, Central University of Finance and Economics The Internationalization Strategy of a German Car Industry Supplier: Is the Uppsala Model applicable? Daniela Nitsche, Deggendorf Institute of Technology Mario Henrique Ogasavara, ESPM-SP The Emergence of Regional Management Centers – Integrating the Resource-Based and Institution-Based views Ying-Ying Hsieh, Ivey Business School Andreas Schotter, Ivey Business School

Thursday, June 26

Session 3.3.15 - Interactive Time: 13:00-14:15 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Capilano

Diffusion of Innovation

Chair: Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University

Entrepreneurial Orientation and Subsidiary’s Knowledgebased Growth on Foreign Markets Anders Pehrsson, Linnaeus University International Technology Diffusion: Revisiting Path Dependence and Convergence Debate Byungchae Jin, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Exploring the Role of Internationalization Knowledge in the Process of Strategic Renewal Monica Ileana Riviere, Skema Business School Suder Gabriele, University of Melbourne

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Global Cities as Innovation Hubs: The Location of Foreign R&D Investments by Multinational Firms Shanqing Du, University of Leuven Dieter Somers, University of Leuven In Search Of A Theoretical Framework For Reverse Innovations Ahreum Lee, Temple University Robert McNamee, Temple University Towards the Micro-Foundations of Organizational Practice Adoption in the MNC: The Role of Core Self-Evaluation Adrian Schulte Steinberg, University of St. Gallen Bjoern Ambos, University of St. Gallen Sven Kunisch, University of St. Gallen Technology Innovation Truly International? Evidence of Comparative Study on Index of Patent Internationalization, 1981-2008 Xiaoyun Tang, East China University of Political Science and Law Guiqin Zhao, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Huifen Cai, Universityof Huddersfield

Session 3.3.16 - Interactive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 13:00-14:15 Room: Chehalis

Attitudes toward Foreign Products, Branding, and Advertising Chair: Brenda Sternquist, Michigan State University

Localizing to Arabic Speaking Consumers: Comparative Insights from Print Advertising Nitish Singh, Saint Louis University Wootae Chun, Saint Louis University Rana Sobh, Qatar University Mamoun Benmamoun, Saint Louis University Exploring Dimensions of County of Consumption Image Hsiu Ying Huang, Feng Chia University Yifang Chiang, Feng Chia University How do they Consistent of Brand Personality in Cross Cultural Context? Explore the Link the Career Information of Global Brands Yu Yin Chang, National Taiwan University A Study of Taiwanese Consumers’ Perception of Online Trustmark Meng-Hsiu Lee, National Sun Yat-sen University Integrate Enculturalization Paradigm into Consumer Inquiry: Determinants for Brand Function in Local Contexts David W. Pan, Prince Sultan University Frank H.K. Fu, Hong Kong Baptist University Alan Jerry Pan, Prince Sultan University Linda Clarke, University of Florida Berna Mutlu, University of Florida An Investigation of Elite Consumers Attitudes and Purchase Intentions of Foreign Products to Achieve Physiological and Psychological Goals Hina Khan, Lancaster University Padmali Rodrigo, Northumbria University

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 14:15-14:30 Time: 14:15-14:30

Break Short break to facilitate transition between sessions. No refreshment service will be provided.

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 14:30-15:45 Session 3.4.1 - Panel

Time: 14:30-15:45

Track: 2 - Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Born Globals Room: Stanley Park 2-3

Understanding Multinational-New Venture Ecosystems: Insights From Bangalore

Chair: Shameen Prashantham, Nottingham University China

Panelists: Mukund Mohan, Microsoft S. Raghunath, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Isabel Alvarez, Universidad Complutense Charles Dhanaraj, IMD Lausanne Erkko Autio, Imperial College

Session 3.4.2 - Competitive Track: 4 - Marketing and Consumers in IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Stanley Park 1

Antecedents and Outcomes of Export Strategy Chair: Weichieh Su, National Cheng-Chi University

The Importance of Protected Designations of Origin in the Wine Industry Ricardo Sellers-Rubio, University of Alicante Francisco José Mas-Ruiz, University of Alicante SMEs Exports Continuity Through Relational Governance Claude Obadia, ESCE, Paris Jose Pla-Barber, University of Valencia Irena Vida, University of Ljubljana The Impact of Product Innovativeness on Export Performance in an Emerging Market Context: An Evaluation of the Moderating Effects of Financial Resources and Competitive Intensity Nathaniel Boso, University of Leeds Samuel Adjei, Headlines Hospitality Richard Boateng Yeboah, Access Bank Ghana Ltd Fu-Mei Chuang, Loughborough University



Session 3.4.3 - Panel Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Mackenzie

Policies and Instruments to Support Outward FDI: What are the Challenges? Chair: Karl P. Sauvant, Columbia University Discussant: Steve Globerman, Western Washington University

Panelists: Victor Zitian Chen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds Ana Teresa Lehmann, University of Porto Shawn Lim, Columbia Law School Aldo Musacchio, Harvard Business School

Session 3.4.4 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Seymour

Employment Practices in MNEs

Chair: Chris Brewster, University of Reading

Human Resource Management Trends in the Arab Middle East: A Model Akram Al Ariss, Toulouse Business School Yusuf Sidani, American University of Beirut Global Standardization or National Differentiation of HRM Practices in Multinational Companies? A Comparison of Multinationals in Five Countries Tony Edwards, King's College London Jonathan Lavelle, University of Limerick Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School Rocio Sanchez-Mangas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Patrice Jalette, University of Montreal Chinese Multinational Corporations’ Responses to Host Country Trade Union Challenges: An Eclectic Approach Judith Shuqin Zhu, University of Newcastle

Session 3.4.5 - Competitive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Cypress 1

Knowledge and the MNC

Chair: Stefanie Beninger, Simon Fraser University

Live and Let Die: A Survival Analysis of Foreign R&D Units in Swedish MNCs Lars Hakanson, Copenhagen Business School Integral Management Practices and Knowledge Creation C. Annique Un, Northeastern University Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University The Adventurous Gene – Technological Imprinting in the International Growth of the Multinational Corporation Katarina Blomkvist, Uppsala University John A. Cantwell, Rutgers Business School Philip Kappen, Copenhagen Business School Ivo Zander, Uppsala University

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Thursday, June 26

Peer Identification, Online Brand Community Identification and Brand Loyalty: Brand-Community Identity Fusion as a Moderator Shih-Ju Wang, National Taiwan Normal University Heng-Chiang Huang, National Taiwan University Jui-Che Chang, National Taiwan Normal University

Turning Knowledge Inputs into Ideas: The Central Role of Absorptive Capacity in the Innovation Process of Multinational Subsidiaries Rene Olie, Rotterdam School of Management

Session 3.4.6 - Competitive Track: 13 - International Finance and Economics

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Cypress 2

Innovation and Venture capital

Chair: Evis Sinani, Copenhagen Business School

Venture Capital and Innovation around the World Douglas Cumming, York University Arsalan Safari, MIT Brian Cozzarin, University of Waterloo Revisit the Migration-Trade Linkage: From Human Capital Endowment to Entrepreneurial Engagement Xiaohua Lin, Ryerson University Xiyan Yang, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics Does Foreign Acquisition Benefit SOE Innovation in China? Aizhen Chen, Xiamen University Jiawen Yang, George Washington University International IPO Markets and a Foreign IPO Puzzle Kelsey Syvrud, Florida State University Gonul Colak, Florida State University Candace Jens, Tulane University April Knill, Florida State University

Session 3.4.7 - Panel Track: 14 - Teaching IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Oak 1

From Friction to Synergy: A Look at the Bright Side of Culture in Cross-Cultural Management Education and Learning Chairs: Christof Miska, WU Vienna and Günter K. Stahl, WU Vienna Discussant: Hyun-Jung Lee, London School of Economics

Thursday, June 26

Panelists: Henry W. Lane, Northeastern University Allan W. Bird, Northeastern University Mary-Yoko Brannen, University of Victoria Terry Mughan, University of Victoria Joyce Osland, San Jose State University P. Christopher Earley, Purdue University Elaine Mosakowski, Purdue University Goran Calic, Purdue University

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Session 3.4.8 - Competitive Track: 3 - Organization, Management and HR

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Oak 2

Employee Behavior in International Business Organizations Chair: Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Developmental Practices and Employee Outcomes in Nordic Context: The Mediating Role of Psychological Contract Fulfillment and Organizational Identification Violetta Khoreva, Hanken School of Economics Mediating Role of Affective Commitment in the Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Followers’ Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention: A Comparison between Korea and US Gahye Hong, Korea University Mannsoo Shin, Korea University Understanding your Chinese Employees’ Conflict Avoiding Behavior Lin Wang, Lingnan University Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University Yifeng Chen, Lingnan University

Session 3.4.9 - Competitive Track: 12 - Institutional/Political Environment

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Fraser

Managing Institutional Constraints and Developing Institutional Entrepreneurship in International Business Chair: George O. White III, Old Dominion University

Networked Institutional Entrepreneurship: Legitimizing the Apprenticeship Practice in a Distant Environment Johann Fortwengel, Free University of Berlin Gregory Jackson, Free University of Berlin Home Country Trade Network Effects on Organizational Procurements of Assets Naoki Yasuda, Keio University Hitoshi Mitsuhashi, Keio University Political Context and Institutional Voids: How Firms in China’s Integrated Circuit Design Industry Navigate Institutional Voids Douglas B. Fuller, Zhejiang University Institutional Arbitrage and Foreign Listing of Emerging Economy Firms: Evidence from China Yangwen Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong Xufei Ma, Chinese University of Hong Kong Shige Makino, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Cultural Influences on CSR Practices and Expectations Chair: Sheila Puffer , Northeatern University

The Effects of Cultural Norms on the Societal Expectation of Firms' CSR Behavior Susan L Young, Seton Hall University Mona Makhija, Ohio State University Competing Institutional Logics and the Varieties of Organizational Responses: The Case of Workplace Practices in China Sunwook Chung, Sogang University Sunghoon Kim, University of New South Wales Does National Culture Really Matter for Corporate Social Responsibility? Yu-Shu Peng, National Dong Hwa University Altan-Uya Dashdeleg, National Dong Hwa University Hsiang-Lin Chih, National Taipei University Social Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility and Irresponsibility: Asymmetric Benefits and Penalties of CSR Strategy Olga Hawn, Boston University Catherine Shea, Northwestern University

Session 3.4.11 - Competitive Track: 7 - Competition and Collaboration in IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Arbutus

Organizing along the Value Chain and Geographic Space Chair: Aks Zaheer, University of Minnesota

Symbiosis, Commensalism, and Competition: The effect of Foreign Firm Density on Local Firm Exit Dean Xu, University of Melbourne Zhenyan Lu, Industrial and Commerce Bank of China Modularity and Social Governance in Non-equity based International Alliances Yong Kyu Lew, University of Manchester Rudolf R. Sinkovics, University of Manchester Upmarket And Downmarket Outward Foreign Direct Investment In Response To Pro-Market Reforms Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

Session 3.4.12 - Competitive Track: 9 - Home Economies and the MNE

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Fir

The Bottom Line: Factors Affecting MNE Performance

Chair: Grazia D. Santangelo, University of Catania

The Moderating Role of Ownership on International Diversification-Firm Performance Relationship: Evidence from India Saptarshi Purkayastha, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Somnath Lahiri, Illinois State University



The Role of Country of Origin on the MultinationalityPerformance Relationship Jose-Mauricio Geleilate, Florida International University Peter Magnusson, Florida International University Marcelo Alvarado-Vargas, University of Toledo Ronaldo Parente, Florida International University Darrell Crosgrove, University of Toledo Daniel Baack, University of Denver Acquisitions and Debt Financing of Emerging Economy Firms Quyen Nguyen, University of Reading Outward FDI of Emerging Market Firms: Performance feedback and Institutional Factors En Xie, Xi'an Jiaotong University Gerald Yong Gao, University of Missouri-St.Louis Yuanyuan Huang, Xi'an Jiaotong University Kevin Zhou, University of Hong Kong

Session 3.4.13 - Interactive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Cowichan

Strategy, CSR, and Performance

Chair: Catherine Welch, University of Sydney

Survival Strategy Of Companies Manufacturing And Selling Products With A Ligitimacy Gap - Comparison Of Opium Traders, Tobacco Companies And Nuclear Power Reactor Manufacturers Kuniko Mochimaru, Josai University ‘Non-Traditional’ CSR in BRIC Nations: A Review and Agenda for the Future Bindu Arya, University of Missouri-St. Louis Selective Engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility: What is CSR Really? And How to Do it Right? Jie Zou, Peking University Changqi Wu, Peking University Ethical Judgments and Moral Intentions toward Business Ethics: A Comparison of Kenyan and Austrian Students Georg Kodydek, WU Vienna Ronald Hochreiter, WU Vienna Everlyne Awuor Ochome, Catholic University of Eastern Africa

Thursday, June 26

Session 3.4.10 - Competitive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 11 - Stakeholders, Leadership, Governance Room: Thompson

What Internationalization Brings to Firms From Emerging Markets? A Corporate Social Responsibility Perspective Haifeng Yan, East China University of Science and Technology Yunlong Liu, East China University of Science and Technology Juan Wang, East China University of Science and Technology Yiqiong Qin, East China University of Science and Technology Changing Practices to Create Sustainable Value Chains: Local Contexts in Global Business Paola Perez-Aleman, McGill University Cross-listing, Corporate Governance and Firm Performances Zhuojun Li, Peking University

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Session 3.4.14 - Interactive Time: 14:30-15:45 Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Coquitlam

Innovation in Multinational Enterprises Chair: Aline Gatignon, INSEAD

The Effect of Local Relational Embeddedness on the Innovative Performance of Foreign Subsidiaries Qin Yang, Robert Morris University Crystal X. Jiang, Bryant University Yong Wang, Western New England Unversity What Drives the R&D Capacity Growth of Foreign Subsidiaries? A Study of MNE Subsidiaries in Korea Chaisung Lim, Konkuk University Martin Hemmert, Korea University Seunghoi Kim, Konkuk University Local R&D, Political Embeddedness and Export of MNE Subsidiaries Ziliang Deng, Renmin University of China Time-Frame Effects of International R&D Ziqi Liao, Hong Kong Baptist University The Crucial Role of Cultural Intelligence in Expatriate Knowledge Acquisition and Performance in a Foreign Subsidiary Xiaojun Xu, Fudan University Xiaoping Chen, University of Washington

Session 3.4.15 - Interactive Track: 5 - Global Value Chains/Geography of IB

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Capilano

Supply Chain Management in Offshoring Decisions Chair: Ari Van Assche, HEC Montreal

Purchasing and Supply Organisation in Transition: An Exploratory case of Offshoring Within a Global Engineering Company Godfrey Mugurusi, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Lydia Bals, Copenhagen Business School

Thursday, June 26

Knowledge Management, Global Mindset and Relationship Quality: Evidence from Offshore Service Providers in India Revti Raman, Victoria University of Wellington Doren Chadee, Deakin University Banjo Roxas, Deakin University The Emergence of Clean Energy Clusters: Cross-Industry Synergies, Global Value Chains, and Advocacy Networks Jo-Reese Williams, University of Massachusetts, Boston Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts, Boston David Levy, University of Massachusetts, Boston Designing and Managing Transactional Tension in Supply Chain Network: The Case of Uniqlo’s Supply Chain Development in China Tetsuya Usui, Nihon University Masaaki Kotabe, Temple University

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The Influence of Path Dependence on Capabilities in Captive Global Value Chains Sílvio Luis de Vasconcellos, UNISINOS Luciana Marques Vieira, UNISINOS Luis Carlos Schneider, UNISINOS Ivan Lapuente Garrido, UNISINOS The Financial Impact of Value Added Tax (VAT) on Supply Chains Bora Cetin, University of St. Gallen Joerg S Hofstetter, University of St.Gallen Collaborate Globally and Invent Locally? An Exploration of Innovation in the Industrial Heartland Susan Mudambi, Temple University Vittoria Giada Scalera, Temple University / Politecnico di Milano Social Standard Compliance in Global Textile Supply Chains: A Comparative Study between Bangladesh and India Marc Mueller, University of St.Gallen Joerg S Hofstetter, University of St.Gallen Anthony Goerzen, Queen's University

Session 3.4.16 - Interactive Track: 10 - Theories of the MNE and of FDI

Time: 14:30-15:45 Room: Chehalis

In and Out of Emerging Economies Chair: Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds

A Typology of Market-Seeking Investments - The Case of Swedish Firms in China Sten Soderman, Stockholm University Hans Jansson, Linneus University The Impacts of Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment on Home Firm’s Productivity: Investigating the Explanatory Power of Three Theoretical Frameworks Wen Chung Hsu, National Chi Nan University Tsestegmaa Ankhtuya, National Chi Nan University Huang Chin Wei , National Chi Nan University Assets and Liabilities of Foreignness: A Mixed Balance for Hotel Groups in Vietnam Benedicte Geraud, University of Poitiers Jean Paul Lemaire, ESCP Europe Eric Milliot, University of Poitiers Augmenting Dunning’s Investment Development Path during Rapid Industrialization Japan, Korea, China Ling Liu, University of Edinburgh Trevor Buck, University of Glasgow Chunhai Yu, China Northeastern University Brazilian OFDI Determinants Juciara Nunes Alcantara, UFLA Caroline Mendonca Nogueira, UFLA Nadia Campos Pereira Bruhn, UFG/UFLA Heloisa Rosa Carvalho, UFLA Cristina Lelis Leal Calegario, UFLA

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 15:45-16:15 Time: 15:45-16:15 Room: Bayshore Grand Ballroom

Coffee Break Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Bayshore Grand Ballroom.

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 16:15-17:45 Session 3.5 - Plenary Special Session

Time: 16:15-17:45 Room: Stanley Park 2-3

AIB Awards Ceremony and Business Meeting The session will start with the announcement of the winners for the various conference awards including the Buckley and Casson Dissertation Award, Best Paper Award, and the Haynes Prize. The business meeting will feature a presentation for the 2015 AIB Meeting in Bangalore and a review of the state of AIB and JIBS. The floor will then be open for questions and comments from the membership.

THURSDAY, JUNE 26 - 17:45-19:00 Time: 17:45-19:00

Thursday, June 26

AIB Awards/Farewell Reception The 2014 AIB Annual Meeting will come to a close with a reception immediately following the AIB General Business Meeting. The reception will take place at the Currents Restaurant Gardens. ✪The reception is sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan, publishers of JIBS, in honor of all the winners of awards being given out at AIB.



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Abbink, Han; University of Twente, Netherlands ([email protected] utwente.nl): 1.4.9 Abreu, Monica Cavalcanti Sa de; Federal University of Ceara, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.1.16, 1.3.5 Acedo , Francisco J. ; Universidad de Sevilla, Spain ([email protected]): 1.4.10 Acikgoz, Senay; Gazi University, Turkey ([email protected]): 1.3.15 Adams, Kweku; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected] com): 2.2.16, 2.3.17 Adjei, Samuel; Headlines Hospitality, Ghana ([email protected]): 3.4.2 Adler, Nancy J.; McGill University, Canada ([email protected]): Café_2, 2.2.2 Agarwal, James; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected]): 2.3.6 Agarwal, Renu; University of Technology, Australia ([email protected] au): 2.5.14 Aguilera, Ruth V.; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.3, 2.5.1, 3.3.3 Ahsan, Mujtaba; San Diego State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.4.10, 1.5.11, 3.1.13 Aichhorn, Nathalie; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected] at): 2.2.4 Åkerman, Niklas; Linnaeus University, Sweden ([email protected]): 1.4.4 Akguc, Serkan; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.7 Akoorie, Michele; University of Waikato, New Zealand ([email protected] ac.nz): 2.3.6 Al Ariss, Akram; Toulouse Business School, France ([email protected]): 2.1.13, 3.4.4 Alas, Ruth; Estonian Business School, Estonia ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Albareda, Laura; Deusto University, Spain ([email protected]): 2.4.16 Albino Pimentel, Joao; HEC Paris, France ([email protected] edu): 2.1.16 Albuquerque, Samia Raquel Castor; Ernest Young, Brazil ([email protected] yahoo.com.br): 1.1.16 Alcantara, Juciara Nunes ; UFLA, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.2.17, 3.4.16 Alessandri, Todd ; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.1.11

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Alhorr, Hadi; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.12 Aliyev, Murod; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.2.12 Allen, Michael; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] au): 3.1.1 Al-Naemi, Mai; Qatar University and London School of Economics, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 3.1.1 Al-Shuaibi, Khalid; King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia ([email protected] hotmail.com): 3.3.13 Alvarado-Vargas, Marcelo; University of Toledo, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.12 Alvarez, Isabel ; Universidad Complutense, Spain ([email protected] ccee.ucm.es): 3.4.1 Alvarez-Garrido, Elisa; Georgia State University, USA ([email protected] gsu.edu): 1.1.12, 1.5.9 Alves, Claudia; Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal ([email protected]): 1.5.10 Amal, Mohamed; Regional University of Blumenau- FURB, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.3.15 Amann, Wolfgang; Goethe Business School, Germany ([email protected] gmail.com): 1.4.13 Amaral, Victor; Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.1.11 Ambos, Bjoern ; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected] unisg.ch): 2.3.8, 3.1.16, 3.3.15 Amirkhany, Arash; McGill University, Canada ([email protected] mcgill.ca): 2.3.12 Anderson, John; University of Northern Iowa, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.5.7, 3.1.12 Andersson, Ulf ; Malardalen University, Sweden ([email protected] se): 2.1.8 Ando, Naoki; Hosei University, Japan ([email protected]): 1.5.16, 2.2.15, 3.1.8 Andrade, Josmar; Universidade de Sao Paulo , Brazil ([email protected]): 3.1.10 Andreja, Jaklic; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ([email protected] si): 1.5.4 Andres, Anna; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 2.3.14 Ankhtuya, Tsestegmaa ; National Chi Nan University, Taiwan (ankhtuya_ [email protected]): 3.4.16 Annan-Diab, Fatima; Kingston University, United Kingdom ([email protected] kingston.ac.uk): 2.5.15

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Antonialli, Luiz Marcelo ; UFLA, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.2.17 Antunes Júnior, José Antônio Valle ; UNISINOS, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.4.15 Arli, Denni; Griffith University, Australia ([email protected]): 1.4.12 Armstrong, Craig E.; University of Alabama, USA ([email protected] ua.edu): 2.3.13 Arnold, Mark J.; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.7 Arregle, Jean-Luc; EMLYON, France ([email protected]): 1.4.11, 3.1.16 Arslan, Ahmad; University of Vaasa, Finland ([email protected]): 2.1.8 Arya, Bindu; University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.16, 3.3.10, 3.4.13 Asakawa, Kazuhiro; Keio University, Japan ([email protected]): 1.3.3, 3.3.15, 3.4.5 Assouad, Alexander; Belmont University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.13 Athreye, Suma; Brunel University, United Kingdom ([email protected] brunel.ac.uk): 0.3 Autio, Erkko; Imperial College, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.4.10, 3.4.1 Aveline, Carlos Eduardo Stefaniak; FGV-EAESP, Brazil ([email protected] gvmail.br): 2.1.9, 2.5.14 Awanis, Sandra; Lancaster University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.3.7 Awate, Kiran S; Ohio State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.15 Awate, Snehal Suyash; Indian School of Business, India ([email protected] isb.edu): 1.4.1 Aycan, Zeynep; Koc University, Turkey ([email protected]): 1.4.12 Azevedo, Guilherme; Audencia Nantes, France ([email protected]): 2.4.13

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Baack, Daniel ; University of Denver, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.12 Baaij, Marc; RSM Erasmus University, Netherlands ([email protected]): 2.2.11 Baddar Alhussan, Fawaz; Catholic University of Lille , France ([email protected] ieseg.fr): 2.5.9 Bader, Benjamin; University of Hamburg, Germany ([email protected] uni-hamburg.de): 1.5.16, 2.2.17, 2.4.10, 3.1.4 Bae, Jun-Young; Pukyong National University, Korea, South ([email protected] pknu.ac.kr): 2.3.13

Bae, Zong-Tae; KAIST, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.5.9 Baggs, Jen; University of Victoria, Canada ([email protected]): 2.4.11 Bai, Tao; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] gmail.com): 1.4.6 Balabanis, George; City University London, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.4.7 Balakrishnan, Melodena ; University of Wollongong in Dubai, United Arab Emirates ([email protected] uowdubai.ac.ae): 0.4, 1.3.4, 2.5.14, 3.1.13 Balbinot, Zandra; UQAM, Canada ([email protected]): 1.5.5 Baldegger, Rico; School of Management Fribourg, Switzerland (rico. [email protected]): 1.4.13 Bals, Lydia; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] de): 3.4.15 Banalieva, Ellie ; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.9, 2.4.17, 2.5.1 Bandeira-de-Mello, Rodrigo; FGVEAESP, Brazil (rodrigo.bandeira. [email protected]): 2.1.9, 3.1.6 Bao, Shuji Rosey; Old Dominion University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.11, 2.2.12 Barakat, Livia; Fundacao dom Cabral, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.3.13 Barlow, Claire ; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.3.5 Baronchelli, Gianpaolo; University of Bergamo, Italy ([email protected]): 1.5.16 Barreto, Tais Siqueira; Florida Atlantic University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.9 Barton, Dominic; McKinsey & Company, Canada: 3.2 Bastian, Bettina ; American University of Beirut , Lebanon ([email protected] lb): 1.3.3 Batas, Spiros; University of Edinburgh , United Kingdom ([email protected] uk): 2.5.3 Batsakis, Georgios; University of Kent, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.5.8 Baum, Matthias; University of Kaiserslautern, Germany ([email protected] wiwi.uni-kl.de): 1.4.4 Baumann, Chris; Macquarie University, Australia ([email protected] au): 2.4.13 Bausch, Andreas; Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany (andreas. [email protected] de): 1.5.8

Beamish, Paul W.; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected] uwo.ca): Café_1, 1.1.6, 1.4.11, 2.2.16, 2.4.16 Becker, Markus C.; University of Southern Denmark, Denmark ([email protected]): 1.1.4 Beddewela, Eshani; University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.4.5 Beechler, Schon; INSEAD, France ([email protected]): 1.1.1, 3.1.8 Belderbos, Rene; Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium ([email protected]): 1.1.3, 1.5.11, 2.4.11 Beleska-Spasova, Elena; University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.4.13 Belitski, Maksim; University of Reading , United Kingdom ([email protected] reading.ac.uk): 2.2.9 Bello, Daniel Custer; Georgia State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.9 Benarfa, Olfa ; Qatar University, Qatar ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Beninger, Stefanie; Simon Fraser University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.3.14, 3.4.5 Benischke, Mirko H.; University of Auckland, New Zealand ([email protected]): 2.4.15 Benmamoun, Mamoun ; Saint Louis University , USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.16 Benson, John; University of South Australia, Australia ([email protected] unisa.edu.au): 2.1.13 Berg, Nicola; University of Hamburg, Germany ([email protected]): 2.2.17, 3.1.8 Bernardes, Roberto; University Center of FEI, Brazil ([email protected] br): 1.1.13 Berry, Heather; George Washington University, USA ([email protected]): 0.2, 2.1.1, 2.2.5 Bertrand, Olivier; SKEMA Business School, France ([email protected] skema.edu): 2.1.16, 2.5.8 Beugelsdijk, Sjoerd ; University of Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected]): 1.5.8, 2.1.1, 2.3.8 Bhanupopan, Ramudu; Charles Sturt University, Australia ([email protected] edu.au): 1.3.16 Bharadwaj, Anandhi ; Emory University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.1.5 Bianchi, Constanza C.; Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chile (constanza. [email protected]): 1.1.13 Billinger, Stephan; University of Southern Denmark, Denmark ([email protected] dias.sdu.dk): 1.1.4



Bird, Allan W.; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.10, 3.1.7, 3.4.7 Birkinshaw, Julian; London Business School, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 3.1.5 Bitsch, Marion Sandrine; Turku School of Economics, Finland (marion. [email protected]): 1.4.13, 1.5.5 Blake, Daniel; IE Business School, Spain ([email protected]): 3.3.9 Blakeney, Roger; University of Houston, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.16 Blomkvist, Katarina; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected] fek.uu.se): 3.4.5 Boddewyn, Jean; Baruch College, CUNY, USA ([email protected] baruch.cuny.edu): 2.1.16, Café_3 Boehe, Dirk; University of Adelaide , Australia ([email protected] au): 1.1.8 Bogaard, Hein; George Washington University, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.1.4 Borda, Armando; ESAN-Graduate School of Business, Peru ([email protected] esan.edu.pe): 2.2.17 Borecka, Marketa; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected]): 1.1.5 Borini, Felipe; ESPM, Brazil ([email protected] espm.br): 1.1.13 Bort, Suleika; University of Mannheim, Germany ([email protected]): 1.5.13 Boso, Nathaniel ; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 3.4.2 Bouncken, Ricarada B.; University of Bayreuth, Germany ([email protected] uni-bayreuth.de): 1.4.12, 2.3.9 Bowe, Michael; MBS, University of Manchester, United Kingdom (mike. [email protected]): 3.3.6 Bowen, Frances E.; Queen Mary University London, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Bowen, Harry ; Queens University of Charlotte, USA ([email protected]s. edu): 2.3.6 Bozionelos, Giorgos; Psychiatric Hospital of Petra Olympou, Greece ([email protected]): 1.5.12 Bozionelos, Nikos; Audencia School of Management, France ([email protected] audencia.com): 1.5.12 Brandl, Kristin Martina; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] cbs.dk): 1.5.9, 2.2.1, 3.3.8 Brannen, Mary-Yoko; University of Victoria, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.3.1, 2.3.9, 3.1.1, 3.4.7 Branzei, Oana; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected]): 2.4.15

Brennan, Louis; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland ([email protected]): 1.5.15 Brenner, Barbara; Danube University Krems, Austria ([email protected] donau-uni.ac.at): 1.1.3 Breuer, Wolfgang; RWTH Aachen University, Germany ([email protected] bfw.rwth-aachen.de): 1.1.15 Brewster, Chris; University of Reading, United Kingdom ([email protected] henley.ac.uk): 1.5.6, 3.4.4 Brits, Natasha; GIBS Business School, South Africa: 2.1.4 Brouthers, Keith D.; King’s College London, United Kingdom (keith. [email protected]): 1.4.13, 2.1.11, 2.3.5, Café_3 Brouthers, Lance E.; Kennesaw State University, USA ([email protected] kennesaw.edu): 1.1.14 Bruce, David; Georgia State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.7 Bruhn, Nadia Campos Pereira; UFG/ UFLA, Brazil ([email protected] com.br): 2.2.17, 3.4.16 Buchan, Nancy R. ; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected] moore.sc.edu): 1.3.10, 2.2.12 Buck, Trevor; University of Glasgow, United Kingdom ([email protected] glasgow.ac.uk): 1.4.10, 3.4.16 Buckley, Peter J. ; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.4.1, 1.5.15, 2.2.11, 2.3.2, 3.4.3 Budde-Sung, Amanda E.K.; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected]): 2.4.6 Budhwar, Pawan; Aston University, United Kingdom ([email protected] aston.ac.uk): 2.1.2, 2.3.17, 2.5.10 Bulgacov, Sergio; FGV, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.5.5 Bullough, Amanda; Thunderbird School of Global Management, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.4, 2.1.3 Burger, Anze; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ([email protected] si): 1.5.4 Burkholder, Ingrid; North Island College, Canada: 3.3.7 Buyukbalci, Pinar; Yildiz Technical University, Turkey ([email protected] com): 1.5.13

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Calic, Goran; Purdue University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.7 Caligiuri, Paula; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.2, 2.2.6, 3.1.3, 3.3.4 Calixto, Cyntia Vilasboas ; FGV-EAESP, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.5.14, 3.3.13 Callahan, Carolyn; University of Louisville, USA ([email protected] louisville.edu): 0.5 Canney Davison, Sue ; Pipal Limited, Kenya ([email protected]): 1.1.1 Cannizzaro, Anthony; George Washington University, USA ([email protected] gwmail.gwu.edu): 1.3.6, 1.5.6, 3.3.9 Cano Kollmann, Marcelo; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.9, 1.4.9, 2.2.1 Cantwell, John A.; Rutgers Business School, USA ([email protected] rutgers.edu): 0.1, 2.1.6, 2.2.1, 2.4.14, 3.3.1, 3.4.5 Cao, Yangfeng; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected]): 1.5.4 Capape, Javier; ESADE Business School, Spain ([email protected] edu): 3.1.12 Caprar, Dan V. ; University of New South Wales, Australia (dan. [email protected]): 1.3.13, 2.2.6, 2.4.6, 2.5.6, 3.1.1 Capron, Laurence; INSEAD, France ([email protected]): 2.3.5 Cardoso Júnior, Nilton Deodoro Moreira; Insper- Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa , Brazil ([email protected] hotmail.com): 3.1.6 Carneiro, Jorge; Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.4.11, 2.1.11, 2.5.13 Carrera Junior, Jose Marcos; FGVEAESP, Brazil ([email protected] com): 2.5.11 Carrillo, Pedro; Georgia State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.7 Carvalho, Heloisa Rosa; UFLA, Brazil: 3.4.16 Casado, Tania; University of Sao Paulo, Brazil ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Casillas, Jose C.; Universidad de Sevilla, Spain ([email protected]): 1.4.10 Caskey, D’Arcy Nelson; Feng Chia Univeristy, Taiwan ([email protected] gmail.com): 1.4.16 Casper, Wendy ; University of Texas at Arlington, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.1.1 Casselman, R. Mitch; St. John’s University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.4.5 Cassia, Fabio; University of Verona, Italy ([email protected]): 1.5.16

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Castaldi, Sarah ; University of Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected] nl): 2.5.12 Castelli, Ray; CEO, Wetherhaven, Canada ([email protected] com): 1.4.2 Castro, Francisco B. ; Universidade do Porto, Portugal ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Cathro, Virginia Ilene; University of Otago, New Zealand ([email protected]): 2.2.7 Cavusgil, Tamer ; Georgia State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.2, 3.3.1 Celo, Sokol; Suffolk University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.14, 2.4.12 Cerdin, Jean-Luc; ESSEC, France ([email protected]): 1.4.12 Cerruti, Corrado ; University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, Italy ([email protected] uniroma2.it): 3.3.5 Cetin, Bora; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected]): 3.4.15 Cha, Hongryol; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.9 Chabowski, Brian R.; University of Tulsa, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.3 Chacar, Aya; Florida International University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.8, 2.4.12 Chadee, Doren; Deakin University, Australia ([email protected]): 3.4.15 Chahabadi, Dominik; Macquarie University, Australia ([email protected]): 2.4.12 Chai, Kah Hin; National University of Singapore, USA ([email protected] sg): 1.1.8 Chan, Christine M.; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.4.6 Chan, Tsang-Sing; Lingnan University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] ln.edu.hk): 0.4 Chang, Bau-Jung; Feng Chia University, Taiwan ([email protected] tw): 3.1.14 Chang, Jui-Che; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan ([email protected] yahoo.com.tw): 3.3.16 Chang, Song; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] hk): 3.1.4 Chang, Yen-Ching; Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taiwan ([email protected]): 1.4.14 Chang, Yu Yin; National Taiwan University, Taiwan ([email protected] gmail.com): 3.3.16

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Chen, Wenjie; George Washington University, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.8, 2.4.11 Chen, Xi; China University of Political Science and Law, China ([email protected] cupl.edu.cn): 1.1.13 Chen, Xiao; Tsinghua University, China ([email protected]): 2.5.14 Chen, Xiaoping; University of Washington, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.14 Chen, Xiaoyun; University of Macau, Macau ([email protected]): 1.1.4 Chen, Xin; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] hku.hk): 1.1.4 Chen, Xing; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.3.16 Chen, Yifeng; Lingnan University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] ln.edu.hk): 3.4.8 Chen, Yu-Chen; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 1.5.16 Cheng, Joseph L.C.; University of New South Wales, Australia ([email protected] unsw.edu.au): 1.3.13, 2.1.6 Cheng, Junjun; Fudan University, China ([email protected]): 1.4.12 Cheng, Shirley Y.Y.; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Chetty, Sylvie; University of Otago, New Zealand ([email protected] ac.nz): 1.4.13, 2.5.3 Chi, Tailan; University of Kansas, USA ([email protected]): 0.3 Chiang, Yi-Ching; Feng Chia University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 3.1.14 Chiang, Yifang; Feng Chia University, Taiwan ([email protected] tw): 3.3.16 Chidlow, Agnieszka; Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.3.1 Chih, Hsiang-Lin ; National Taipei University, Taiwan ([email protected] ntpu.edu.tw): 3.4.10 Chikhouni, Abdulrahman ; Concordia University , Canada ([email protected] jmsb.concordia.ca): 2.2.14 Child, John ; University of Birmingham, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.5.3 Chin Wei , Huang; National Chi Nan University, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 3.4.16 Chintakananda, Asda; Nanynag Technology University, Singapore ([email protected] ntu.edu.sg): 1.3.15 Chiu, Chih-Fang; National Taiwan University, Taiwan ([email protected] com): 2.5.14 Chiu, Hui Yun; National Chengchi University, Taiwan ([email protected] hotmail.com): 1.5.13

Chng , Daniel Han Ming ; China Europe International Business School, China ([email protected]): 1.1.8 Cho, Bongsoon; Sogang University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.3.13, 2.4.13 Cho, Hyejin; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.4.11 Cho, Se Ho; Rutgers University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.15 Cho, Youngsam; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.3.10 Choe, SoonKyoo; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 2.3.16, 2.5.14 Choi, Byoung Kwon; Sangmyung University, Korea, South ([email protected] smu.ac.kr): 2.4.13 Choi, Gunae; Rutgers University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.15 Choi, Jang-Ho; Sogang University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 2.3.13 Choi, Jongmoo Jay; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.15, 1.4.9, 1.5.7 Chok, Jay; Keck Graduate Institute, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.16 Choquette, Eliane; Aarhus University, Denmark ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Chowdhury, Farzana; Indiana University, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.9 Christmann, Petra; Rutgers University, USA ([email protected] edu): 0.1 Chrysostome, Elie; State University of New York, USA ([email protected] plattsburgh.edu): 3.1.2 Chuang, Cheng-Min; National Taiwan University, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 2.1.14, 2.5.14 Chuang, Fu-Mei; Loughborough University , United Kingdom ([email protected] lboro.ac.uk): 3.4.2 Chui, Chih-Chieh ; Rider University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.15 Chun, Wootae; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.13, 3.3.16 Chung, Jaiho; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.4.11 Chung, Seungwha; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.5.14 Chung, Sunwook; Sogang University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 3.4.10 Cieslewicz, Joshua K; Utah Valley University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.5 Ciravegna, Luciano ; INCAE, Costa Rica ([email protected]): 1.1.12, 3.3.10

Clark, Daniel Richard; Indiana University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.10, 3.1.9 Clark, Kim; St. Mary’s College of California, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.13 Clarke, Linda; University of Florida, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.16 Clegg, Jeremy; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.3.2, 1.5.15, 3.4.16 Clougherty, Joseph; Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.8, 1.5.3, 2.4.15 Coates, Theresa L. ; Clarkson University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Cohen, David G.; Skidmore College, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.17 Coiteux, Martin ; Bank of Canada, Canada ([email protected]): 2.5.15 Colak, Gonul; Florida State University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.6 Collings, David; Dublin City University, Ireland ([email protected]): 3.1.3 Connell, Sean ; East-West Center in Washington, USA ([email protected] com): 2.5.2 Conner, Kathleen R. ; , USA: 1.2 Conway Dato-on, Mary ; Rollins College, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.16 Cooper, Joseph T.; University of Wyoming, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.4 Corado Simoes, Vitor; ISEG, University of Lisboa, Portugal ([email protected] utl.pt): 1.4.4, 2.5.13 Cotta de Mello, Renato; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Coviello, Nicole; Wilfred Laurier University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 3.3.1 Cozzarin, Brian; University of Waterloo, Canada ([email protected] ca): 3.4.6 Cragin, John; Vertical Learning Curve, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.7 Cramton, Catherine; George Mason University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.1 Cregan, Christina; Univeristy of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected] unimelb.edu.au): 2.2.13 Crescenzi, Riccardo ; London School of Economics, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.1.9 Crespo, Nuno Fernandes; Lisboa - School of Economics & Management, Portugal ([email protected] pt): 1.4.4 Crosgrove, Darrell; University of Toledo, USA ([email protected] utoledo.edu): 3.4.12



Crowley-Henry, Marian; National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland ([email protected] ie): 2.3.13 Cuervo, Javier Calero; University of Macau, Macau ([email protected] mo): 2.2.7 Cuervo-Cazurra, Alvaro; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected] neu.edu): 1.1.9, 1.3.3, 2.1.5, 2.2.9, 2.4.2, 2.5.9 Cui, Lin; Australian National University, Australia ([email protected]): 1.1.9, 1.4.11, 2.5.15 Cumming, Douglas; York University, Canada ([email protected] com): 0.5, 1.1.16, 1.4.15, 3.1.13, 3.4.6 Cummings, Michael; University of Minnesota, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.5.10 Cunha, Larissa Teixeira da ; Federal University of Ceara, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.3.5 Cuypers, Ilya; Singapore Management University, Singapore ([email protected] smu.edu.sg): 1.1.11, 2.3.8, 2.4.12, 3.1.11

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Da Rocha, Angela; Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.5.13 da Silva, Gilberto Figueira; Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.4.11, 2.1.11 Dabic, Marina; Nottingham Trent University & University of Zagreb, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.1.14 Dahan, Nicolas M.; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.16 Dakhli, Mourad; Georgia State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.7 Dalgic, Tevfik; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.8 D’Angelo, Alfredo; University of Glasgow, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.4.10 Daniel, Shirley J.; University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.5 Daniels, John; University of Miami, USA ([email protected]): Café_1 Danis, Wade; University of Victoria, Canada ([email protected]): 1.1.13, 3.1.2, 3.1.8 d’Arcy, Anne Christine; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 1.5.14 Darendeli , Izzet; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.12, 1.5.9, 2.1.15 Dashdeleg, Altan-Uya; National Dong Hwa University, Mongolia ([email protected]): 3.4.10 Datta, Deepak; University of Texas at Arlington, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.11

Dau, Luis Alfonso; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.15, 2.2.9, 3.4.11 Dauth, Tobias; HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany ([email protected]): 2.3.11 Daxboeck, Birgit; Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany ([email protected]): 2.5.13 de Faria, Pedro; University of Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected] rug.nl): 3.1.5 de la Garza Carranza, Maria Teresa ; Instituto Tecnologico de Celaya, Mexico ([email protected]): 3.1.8 de la Torre, José; Florida International University, USA ([email protected] gmail.com): 1.2, 2.3.7 De Villa, Maria Andrea; Universidad EAFIT, Colombia ([email protected] edu.co): 1.1.10 Del Brio, Esther; University of Salamanca, Spain ([email protected] com): 2.1.12 Delios, Andrew; National University of Singapore, Singapore ([email protected] edu.sg): 1.4.6, 3.1.4 Della Piana, Bice; University of Salerno, Italy ([email protected] it): 2.5.12 Dellestrand, Henrik ; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected] fek.uu.se): 2.1.8, 2.3.14, 3.1.5 Demirbag, Mehmet; University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.1.15, 2.2.17, 2.3.16 Deng, Ping; Cleveland State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.11 Deng, Ziliang; Renmin University of China, China ([email protected] cn): 2.3.4, 3.1.9, 3.4.14 Denicolai, Stefano; University of Pavia, Italy ([email protected]): 3.1.5 Desai, Sameeksha; Indiana University, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.9 Deshpande, Sameer; University of Lethbridge, Canada ([email protected]): 1.4.7 Devinney, Timothy; University of Leeds, United Kingdom (timothy. [email protected]): 0.2, 2.2.6, 3.1.11 Dhanaraj, Charles; IMD Lausanne, Switzerland ([email protected] org): 2.4.17, 3.4.1 Dieleman, Marleen; National University of Singapore, Singapore ([email protected]): 3.1.9 Dikova, Desislava; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 1.1.11, 1.3.3, 1.5.4, 2.1.8 Dilyard, John Raymond; St. Francis College, USA ([email protected]): 3.3.2

Dimitratos, Pavlos; University of Glasgow, United Kingdom (pavlos. [email protected]): 1.3.13, 2.5.3 Ding, Daniel Z.; City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.5.16 Dixit, Jaya; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.9 Dobrajska, Magdalena; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (md. [email protected]): 1.1.4 Doh, Jonathan; Villanova University, USA ([email protected]): 0.3, 1.1.10, 2.4.2 Doherty, Noeleen; Cranfield University, United Kingdom ([email protected] cranfield.ac.uk): 2.3.13 Dolles, Harald; Molde University College / University of Gothenburg, Germany ([email protected] no): 1.1.14, 2.2.13 Douglas Fernandez, W.G. ; Florida International University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.15, 3.1.11 Dow, Douglas; University of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected]): 1.1.11, 2.1.5 Doz, Yves; INSEAD, France ([email protected] insead.edu): 1.4.3 Drew, Antony John; University of Newcastle, Australia ([email protected] newcastle.edu.au): 2.3.13 Drew-Watt, Julia; Government of Canada, DFAITD, Canada ([email protected]): 3.3.7 Driffield, Nigel; Aston University, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.3.8, 2.5.11 Drogendijk, Rian; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected]): 2.1.11, 2.3.14 Drori, Israel; College of Management Academic Studies, Israel ([email protected] colman.ac.il): 2.2.4 Du, Bozhao; Central University of Finance and Economics, China ([email protected]): 3.3.14 Du, Jia Lin; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] hotmail.com): 1.4.6 Du, Juana ; Royal Roads University, Canada ([email protected]): 2.3.17 Du, Shanqing; University of Leuven, Belgium ([email protected] be): 3.3.15 Dunlap, Denise; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.9 Dussauge, Pierre; HEC Paris, France ([email protected]): 2.1.16 Duvivier, Florence; Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Belgium ([email protected] ulb.ac.be): 2.5.16 Dykes, Bernadine; University of Delaware, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.14

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Earley, P. Christopher; Purdue University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.7 Easter, Sarah; University of Victoria, Canada ([email protected]): 1.3.16 Eddleston, Kimberly A.; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.9 Edelman, Linda F.; Bentley University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.4 Edman, Jesper; Hitsubashi University, Japan ([email protected]): 1.3.8 Edwards, Tony; King’s College London, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 3.4.4 Egelhoff, William G.; Fordham University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.11 Egri, Carolyn P.; Simon Fraser University, Canada ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Ehrnrooth, Mats; Hanken School of Economics, Finland ([email protected]): 2.2.15 El Ghoul, Sadok; University of Alberta, Canada ([email protected]): 1.3.5, 1.5.7, 3.1.6 Elahee, Mohammad Niamat; Quinnipiac University, USA (mohammad. [email protected]): 0.4, 1.5.15, 2.4.13 Elango, B.; Illinois State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.16 Elia, Stefano; Politecnico di Milano, Italy ([email protected]): 2.4.5 Elliott, Greg; Macquarie University, Australia ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Em, Laetitia; University of Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected]): 2.4.12 Eriksson, Mikael; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected] uu.se): 2.1.11, 2.3.14 Eriksson, Taina; University of Turku, Finland ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Ertug, Gokhan; Singapore Management University, Singapore ([email protected]): 1.1.11, 2.3.8, 3.1.11 Estay, Christophe; KEDGE Business School Bordeaux, France (christophe. [email protected]): 2.3.10 Estrin, Saul; London School of Economics, United Kingdom ([email protected] lse.ac.uk): 1.4.6, 2.2.11, 2.5.4

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Grogaard, Birgitte; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected] edu): 2.3.14 Groh, Alexander; EMLYON, France ([email protected]): 1.4.15 Grosse, Robert; American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates ([email protected]): 0.7, 2.1.4, 2.2.3, Café_3 Gruber, Verena; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 3.3.2 Guan, Tingyuan; Central University of Finance and Economics, China ([email protected]): 3.3.14 Gubbi, Sathyajit. R. ; University of Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected] rug.nl): 1.3.10, 1.4.16, 2.5.12 Guedhami, Omrane; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.5, 1.5.7, 3.1.6 Gugler, Klaus; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 1.3.8 Guimaraes, Paulo; Porto University, Portugal ([email protected] com): 1.1.15 Guldiken, Orhun; Old Dominion University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.12, 1.3.11 Guler, Isin; Sabanci University, Turkey ([email protected]): 1.1.12 Gumpoldsberger, Verena; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Gunnigle, Patrick; University of Limerick, Ireland ([email protected] ul.ie): 1.1.7 Guo, Andy Ruey-Shan; National Taiwan University, Taiwan ([email protected] ntu.edu.tw): 2.3.14 Guo, Chun (Grace); Sacred Heart University, USA ([email protected] sacredheart.edu): 2.2.17 Guo, Ying; University of South Australia, Australia ([email protected] unisa.edu.au): 2.1.13, 3.1.3 Gupta, Susan Forquer; Monmouth University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.3, 2.5.6 Gur, Furkan Amil; Louisiana State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.14 Guttmann, Georg; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected]): 2.5.10

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Hennart, Jean-Francois; Tilburg University/University of Pavia, Netherlands ([email protected] edu): 0.3, Café_1, 1.5.3, 2.3.3, 2.5.1 Heo, Yoonjeoung; Seoul National University, Korea, South ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.4.14 Hernandez, Exequiel; University of Pennsylvania, USA ([email protected] wharton.upenn.edu): 2.3.5 Hernandez, Monica D.; Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.7 Hertenstein, Peter ; University of Cambridge , United Kingdom ([email protected] cam.ac.uk): 2.5.4 Hewerdine, Lisa Jane; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] bigpond.net.au): 2.5.13 Hicks, Daniel; University of Oklahoma, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.15 Hildisch, Anna Katharina; Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany ([email protected] uni-goettingen.de): 2.1.13 Hilmersson, Mikael; Halmstad University/ Linnaeus University, Sweden ([email protected]): 2.3.4 Hilton, Brian; Nottingham University China, China ([email protected]): 2.3.17 Hinds, Pamela ; Stanford University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.1 Hitt, Michael A.; Texas A&M University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.11 Ho, Candy K.Y.; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Ho, Mia Hsiao-Wen; Yuan Ze University, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 2.4.5 Ho, Yi-Hui; Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 1.1.16, 2.4.13 Hobdari, Bersant; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] dk): 1.4.15, 3.1.10 Hochreiter, Ronald; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected] at): 3.4.13 Hofer, Katharina Maria; Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Hofstetter, Joerg S; University of St.Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected]): 3.4.15 Holburn, Guy L. F.; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.5.15 Holm, Desiree; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected]): 3.1.9 Holm, Ulf; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected]): 2.1.11, 2.3.14

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Kabst, Ruediger; University of Paderborn, Germany ([email protected] de): 1.5.12 Kafouros, Mario; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.2.12 Kalafatoglu, Tugba; ESADE Business School, Spain ([email protected] esade.edu): 1.3.4, 1.5.13 Kalliny, Morris; Saint Louis University , USA ([email protected]): 2.4.13 Kamal, Fariha; U.S. Census Bureau, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.8 Kamal, Kumar Kunal; T A Pai Management Institute, India ([email protected] edu.in): 3.3.2

Kang, Hye Sun; University of South Carolina, USA (hyesun.kan[email protected] moore.sc.edu): 1.5.14 Kang, Shin Hyung; KAIST, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 1.5.9 Kannothra, Chacko George; University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.9 Kano, Liena; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected] ucalgary.ca): 1.1.12, 2.5.1 Kao, Pao T. ; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected]): 1.3.11, 3.1.9 Kappen, Jeffrey Allen; Drake University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.7 Kappen, Philip; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected]): 2.1.8, 3.4.5 Kar, Rabi Narayan ; University of Delhi, India ([email protected]): 3.1.14 Karimi, Mehrnaz; University of Bayreuth, Germany (mehranz. [email protected]): 1.4.12 Karna, Amit; EBS Business School, Germany ([email protected]): 2.4.4, 2.5.15 Kaul, Aseem; University of Minnesota, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.8, 2.2.5 Kausch, Caterina; Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany ([email protected]): 3.3.4 Kedia, Ben ; University of Memphis, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.16, 2.3.15 Keig, Dawn L.; Whitworth University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Kerner, Andrew; University of Michigan, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.3 Ketencioglu, Elif; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] edu.au): 2.4.15 Kew, Si-Roei; National University of Malaysia, Malaysia ([email protected] my): 1.5.14 Khan, Hina; Lancaster University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 3.3.16 Khan, Zaheer ; University of Hull, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.1.16, 3.1.13 Khanna, Rajat; UNC Chapel Hill, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.17 Khoreva, Violetta; Hanken School of Economics, Finland ([email protected]): 3.4.8 Kiessling, Timothy; Bilkent University, Turkey ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Kilian, Bernard ; INCAE, Costa Rica ([email protected]): 3.3.10

Kim, Daekwan; Florida State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.9 Kim, Hyeong-Deug; Acsenda School of Management, Canada ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.1.13 Kim, Hyun Gon; Rutgers University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.15 Kim, Jaehyeon; University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.5, 1.4.15 Kim, Jaejin; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.1.13 Kim, Jin Uk; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA ([email protected] illinois.edu): 1.5.3, 3.1.15, 3.3.3 Kim, Jinsil; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.3.12 Kim, Ji-Yu; Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.3.16 Kim, Kitae; Sangmyung University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.4.13 Kim, Kwang-Ho; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.1.16 Kim, Kyoung Yong; University of Houston, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.16, 3.3.8 Kim, Moo Sung; Zayed University, United Arab Emirates (moosung. [email protected]): 1.1.15 Kim, PhilSoo; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.4.8 Kim, Saerona ; Soongeui Women’s College, Korea, South ([email protected] hanmail.net): 1.4.15 Kim, Sang Do; Korea Development Bank, Korea, South ([email protected] empas.com): 2.4.15 Kim, Seung; Saint Louis University , USA ([email protected]): 2.1.16, 2.4.13 Kim, Seunghoi ; Konkuk University, Korea, South ([email protected] com): 3.4.14 Kim, Soyeon; Meiji University, Japan ([email protected]): 2.3.10 Kim, Suk-Joong ; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] edu.au): 1.5.7 Kim, Sunghoon; University of New South Wales, Australia (sunghoon. [email protected]): 3.4.10 Kim, Suyeon ; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.5.14 Kim, Yongtae; Santa Clara University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.5 Kim, Youngok; University of New South Wales, Australia ([email protected] unsw.edu.au): 2.5.4 Kimura, Yuko; University of Leicester, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.1.16



Kirkman, Bradley L.; North Carolina State University, USA ([email protected] ncsu.edu): 2.2.6 Klier, Hendrik; Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf, Germany (hendrik. [email protected]): 1.1.11 Knight, Gary A; Willamette University, USA (gknig[email protected]): 0.4, 1.3.14, 2.4.1, 2.5.13, 3.3.1 Knill, April; Florida State University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.13, 3.4.6 Knutsen, Carl Henrik ; University of Oslo, Norway ([email protected] no): 2.2.17 Kobori, Kazuhiko; National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 1.4.15 Kodydek, Georg; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 3.4.13 Koehler, Tine; Univeristy of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected] au): 2.2.13 Koestner, Mariella; Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria (mariella. [email protected]): 1.4.10 Komiak, Paul Jonathan; Memorial University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 2.3.15 Konara, Palitha; University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom (palitha. [email protected]): 2.2.4 Kontinen, Tanja; University of Jyväskylä, Finland ([email protected]): 2.5.3 Kontkanen, Minnie; University of Vaasa, Finland ([email protected]): 1.4.13 Kostova, Tatiana; University of South Carolina , USA ([email protected] sc.edu): 0.5, 1.1.6, 2.1.1, 2.4.3 Kotabe, Masaaki; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.14, 2.1.15, 2.5.5, 3.4.15 Kothari, Tanvi ; San Jose State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.4, 2.2.7 Kouropalatis, Yiannis ; Cardiff University, United Kingdom ([email protected] cardiff.ac.uk): 1.4.8 Koveshnikov, Alexei; Hanken School of Economics, Finland ([email protected]): 2.2.15, 2.4.10 Kraeh, Albert; University of Goettingen, Germany ([email protected] uni-goettingen.de): 2.5.10 Krammer, Sorin M.S.; Groningen University, Netherlands ([email protected]): 3.3.5 Krug, Barbara; Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands ([email protected] rsm.nl): 3.1.9 Kuivalainen, Olli; Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland (olli. [email protected]): 1.4.10 Kumar, K.; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India ([email protected] iimb.ernet.in): 1.3.6

Kumar, Maya; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected]): 3.1.14 Kumar, Rajesh; University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (rajesh. [email protected]): 2.5.10 Kumar, Vikas; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] au): 1.3.9, 2.4.4, 2.5.12, 3.3.13 Kuncic, Aljaz; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ([email protected] si): 1.5.4 Kundu, Sumit K.; Florida International University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.12, 2.2.3, 2.3.15 Kunisch, Sven; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected] ch): 3.3.15 Kunst, Vincent Eduard; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected]): 1.1.6, 2.5.12 Kurt, Yusuf; University of Manchester, United Kingdom ([email protected] postgrad.mbs.ac.uk): 1.3.13 Kuskova, Valentina V.; NRU Higher School of Economics, Russia ([email protected]): 2.3.6, 2.5.16 Kuznetsov, Andrei; University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.3.1, 2.2.15 Kuznetsova, Olga; Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.2.15 Kwok, Chuck; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.7, 3.1.6

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Lages, Carmen; Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal ([email protected]): 2.4.9 Lages, Luis Filipe; Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal ([email protected]): 2.4.9 Lahiri, Nandini; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.14 Lahiri, Somnath; Illinois State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.16, 3.4.12 Lai, Hsien-Che; National University of Tainan, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 3.3.14 Lakshman, C.; Tongji University, China ([email protected]): 2.3.10 Lamin, Anna; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 3.3.5 Lana, Jeferson; FGV-EAESP, Brazil ([email protected]): 3.1.6 Lancheros, Sandra; Nottingham University China, China ([email protected]): 1.3.10 Landau, Christian; EBS Business School, Germany ([email protected] ebs.edu): 2.5.15 Lane, Henry W.; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.7

Lapham, Beverly; Queen’s University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 2.4.11 Laplume, Andre; Michigan Technological University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.9 Larsen, Marcus M.; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] cbs.dk): 1.1.7, 1.4.1, 3.3.6 Latukha, Marina; Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia (marina. [email protected]): 1.5.16 Laudien, Sven M.; Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Lavelle, Jonathan; University of Limerick, Ireland ([email protected] ul.ie): 1.1.7, 3.4.4 Lawler, John; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA ([email protected] uiuc.edu): 2.4.2 Lawton, Thomas; Open University, United Kingdom ([email protected] open.ac.uk): 1.1.10 Lazarova, Mila B.; Simon Fraser University, Canada ([email protected]): 1.4.12, 2.1.2, 2.3.14, 2.4.10, 3.1.3 Le Cottier, Aude; IE Business School, Spain ([email protected]): 2.2.17 Lebedev, Sergey; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.16 Leblond, Thomas; Z&T Consultants, Canada ([email protected]): 1.5.5 Lee, Ahreum; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.9, 3.3.15 Lee, Chol; Sogang University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.4.14, 3.3.11 Lee, Chun-Ling; National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ([email protected] student.nsysu.edu.tw): 3.1.4 Lee, Hyun-Jung ; London School of Economics, United Kingdom ([email protected] lse.ac.uk): 2.2.10, 3.1.1, 3.3.9, 3.4.7 Lee, In Hyeock; Loyola University Chicago, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.7 Lee, Jangrho; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.3.10 Lee, Jean; China Europe International Business School, China ([email protected] ceibs.edu): 1.3.4, 2.3.10 Lee, Jeoung Yul; Hongik University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 2.2.8, 3.3.13 Lee, Ji-Hwan; KAIST, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.1.12, 2.4.15 Lee, Jongmin; University of Reading, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.1.15, 2.4.16 Lee, Khan-Pyo; Sogang University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 2.3.13

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Lee, Meng-Hsiu; National Sun Yatsen University, Taiwan ([email protected] gmail.com): 3.3.16 Lee, Seung-Hyun; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.8, 2.3.12, 3.3.13 Lee, Yun-Cheol; Korea Aerospace University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 2.4.14 Lehmann, Ana Teresa; University of Porto, Portugal ([email protected]): 3.4.3 Leiblein, Michael; Ohio State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.7 Leih, Sunyoung; University of California, Berkeley, USA ([email protected] gmail.com): 1.5.1 Leinemann, Alexander; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (alexander. [email protected]): 3.1.16 Lemaire, Jean Paul; ESCP Europe, France ([email protected]): 3.4.16 Lemanski, Michal; Nottingham University China, China ([email protected] nottingham.edu.cn): 2.3.17 Lertkornkitja, Arunee; Stamford International University, Thailand ([email protected]): 2.3.7 Lervik, Jon Erland; BI Norwegian Business School, Norway ([email protected] bi.no): 1.1.4 Lessard, Donald ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.1, Café_2, 2.1.6 Levy, David; University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.4.15 Lew, Yong Kyu ; University of Manchester, United Kingdom (yongkyu. [email protected]): 1.1.16, 3.4.11 Lewellyn, Krista; University of Wyoming, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.12 Lewin, Arie Y.; Duke University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.9, 3.1.15 Li, Chengguang ; University of Paderborn, Germany ([email protected] de): 1.5.12 Li, Dan; Indiana University, USA ([email protected] indiana.edu): 2.1.3 Li, Jiatao; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 2.1.8, 2.2.12, 2.3.15, 2.5.9 Li, Jing; Simon Fraser University, Canada ([email protected]): 1.3.6, 3.3.9 Li, Jizhong; Curtin University, Australia ([email protected]): 1.1.4 Li, Lei; Nottingham University China, China ([email protected]): 2.5.4 Li, Lin; Nottingham University China, China ([email protected]): 2.5.4

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Li, Longzhen; Hongik University, China ([email protected]): 2.4.13 Li, Peixin; Central University of Finance and Economics, China ([email protected]): 2.1.8 Li, Peter Ping; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected].dk): 1.5.4 Li, Qian; Shanghai International Studies University, China ([email protected] com): 1.1.5 Li, Sali; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.11 Li, Wei; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected]): 3.3.13 Li, Yi ; Australian National University, Australia ([email protected]): 1.1.9, 1.4.11 Li, Yu-Ying; Taiwan Research Institute, Taiwan ([email protected]): 3.3.11 Li, Zhuojun; Peking University, China ([email protected]): 3.4.13 Li, Zijie; University of International Business and Economics, China ([email protected]): 2.5.15 Liang, Xingkun; University of Cambridge, China ([email protected]): 1.4.14 Liang, Xueji Jessie; National University of Singapore, Singapore ([email protected]): 3.3.10 Liang, Yung-Kuei; Tatung University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 2.2.13 Liao, Yuan; University of New South Wales, Australia ([email protected] edu.au): 1.4.12, 2.3.13 Liao, Ziqi; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] hkbu.edu.hk): 3.4.14 Liaw, Yuann-Jun; Hungkuang University, Taiwan ([email protected] tw): 2.5.5 Librowicz, Michel ; Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada (librowicz. [email protected]): 2.3.7, 3.3.7 Liesch, Peter W.; University of Queensland, Australia ([email protected] uq.edu.au): 1.4.4, 1.5.5, 2.2.11 Lim, Chaisung; Konkuk University, Korea, South ([email protected] com): 3.4.14 Lim, Mihee; KAIST, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.4.15 Lim, Shawn; Columbia Law School, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.3 Lima, Alexandre Oliveira; Universidade de Fortaleza, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.1.13 Lin, Carol Yeh-Yun; National Chengchi University, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 3.1.8 Lin, Chieh-Yu; Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan ([email protected] edu.tw): 1.1.16, 2.4.13 Lin, Nidthida; University of Newcastle, Australia ([email protected]): 3.1.15

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Liu, Ying; Florida International University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.6 Liu, Yunlong; East China University of Science and Technology, China ([email protected]): 3.4.13 Livanis, Grigorios; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 3.3.13 Lloyd, Peter E.; Peter Lloyd Associates, United Kingdom ([email protected] co.uk): 3.3.7 Lo, Carlos W.H.; Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Loewenthal, Neli Kouneva; George Washington University, USA ([email protected] gwu.edu): 2.3.16, 2.4.16 Lojacono, Gabriella; Bocconi University, Italy ([email protected] unibocconi.it): 2.2.5 Lopez, Luis; INCAE, Costa Rica (luis. [email protected]): 1.1.12 Lorenz, Melanie; University of Alabama, USA ([email protected] ua.edu): 2.3.13 Lorenzen, Mark; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] dk): 2.2.1 Low, Soo-Wah; National University of Malaysia, Malaysia ([email protected] my): 1.5.14 Lu, Jane; University of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected]): 0.3, 2.5.12, 3.1.2, 3.3.10 Lu, Ruosi; University of Birmingham, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.5.10 Lu, Zhenyan; Industrial and Commerce Bank of China, China ([email protected] gsm.pku.edu.cn): 3.4.11 Luan, Chin-jung; National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan ([email protected] ndhu.edu.tw): 1.1.15 Lundan, Sarianna; University of Bremen, Germany ([email protected] uni-bremen.de): 0.3, 2.3.2 Luo, Lingli; Chinese University of Hong Kong, China ([email protected] cuhk.edu.hk): 2.2.14 Luo, Yadong; University of Miami, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.4 LuongBuu, HoangAnh; Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.5.13 Lupton, Nathaniel Curtis; Fordham University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.13

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Ma, Alyson; University of San Diego, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.5 Ma, Daw; Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taiwan (daw_ [email protected]): 1.4.14, 3.3.11 Ma, Eric; Neusoft, Canada: 2.1.2 Ma, Jieqiong; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.5, 2.1.16

Ma, Li; Peking University, China ([email protected]): 2.3.16 Ma, Xufei; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] baf.msmail.cuhk.edu.hk): 3.4.9 Maak, Thomas; ESADE Business School, Spain ([email protected] esade.edu): 1.1.5, 1.4.16 Madhavan, Ravi; University of Pittsburgh, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.3.15 Madhok, Anoop; York University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.4.16, 2.4.1, 3.3.8 Magelssen, Catherine; Rutgers University, USA ([email protected] rutgers.edu): 2.2.8 Magnusson, Peter; Florida International University, USA ([email protected] fiu.edu): 1.3.7, 3.4.12 Maher, Amro; Qatar University, Qatar ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Maignan, Isabelle; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Majocchi, Antonio ; University of Pavia, Italy ([email protected] it): 1.4.10, 2.5.1, 3.1.5 Mak, Carry; University of Macau, Macau ([email protected]): 1.4.14 Makhija, Anil; Ohio State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.15 Makhija, Mona; Ohio State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.15, 3.4.10 Makino, Shige; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.1.7, 1.2, 1.5.15, 3.4.9 Makovec Brencic, Maja; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ([email protected] ef.uni-lj.si): 1.4.11, 2.5.5 Maksimov, Vladislav; University of Miami, USA ([email protected] miami.edu): 2.4.4 Malik, Tariq H.; Dongbei University of Finance & Economics, China ([email protected]): 3.3.11 Mallon, Mark; Old Dominion University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.16 Maloney, Mary; University of St Thomas, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.1 Mamun, Khawaja A.; Sacred Heart University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.13 Mani, Deepa ; Indian School of Business, India ([email protected] edu): 2.1.5 Manning, Stephan; University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA (stephan. [email protected]): 1.1.9, 3.4.15 Manolova, Tatiana S.; Bentley University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.4.4



Manos, Ronny; College of Management Academic Studies, Israel ([email protected]): 2.2.4 Manotas, Eva Cristina; Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia ([email protected]): 1.5.4 Mansi, Sattar; University of South Florida, USA ([email protected]): 0.5 Mansson, Sebastian; University of Gothenburg, Sweden (sebastian. [email protected]): 2.2.13 Marano, Valentina; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected] gmail.com): 3.3.14 Marcon, Rosilene; UNIVALI, Brazil ([email protected]): 3.1.6 Mardiasmo, Diaswati ; Queensland University of Technology, Australia ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Marques, Rogerio ; York University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.4.16 Marshall, Victor B.; Kennesaw State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Martin, Silvia; Lynchburg College, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.13 Maseland, Robbert; Groningen University, Netherlands ([email protected]): 2.5.6 Mas-Ruiz, Francisco José; University of Alicante, Spain ([email protected] ua.es): 1.1.14, 3.4.2 Massini, Silvia; University of Manchester, United Kingdom (silvia. [email protected]): 3.1.15 Mata, Jose; Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal ([email protected] novasbe.pt): 1.1.15, 1.5.10 Mataloni, Jr., Raymond; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, USA (raymond. [email protected]): 2.3.3 Mathews, Shane; Queensland University of Technology, Australia (sw. [email protected]): 1.1.13 Matos Torres, Miguel; Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal ([email protected] ua.pt): 1.4.1, 3.1.11 Matysiak, Lars; Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany ([email protected] matysiak.com): 1.4.1, 1.5.8 Mayrhofer, Ulrike; IAE Lyon, France ([email protected]): 1.1.11, 1.3.11, 2.1.14 McDermott, Gerald; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.6 McDonald, Michael; University of Texas at San Antonio, USA (michael. [email protected]): 1.4.12 McDougall-Covin, Patricia P.; Indiana University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.3.4, 2.4.1, 2.5.13 Mcguinness, Martina; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.3.16

McKenna, Mark; Hult International Business School, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.5 McKenzie, Michael ; University of Liverpool, United Kingdom (michael. [email protected]): 1.5.7 McNamee, Robert ; Temple University, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.15 Mees-Buss, Jacqueline ; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] gmail.com): 3.1.15, 3.3.10 Mellahi, Kamel; Warwick Business School, United Kingdom (kamel. [email protected]): 1.1.10, 1.5.11, 2.1.15 Melo, Luisa Fernanda; Bentley University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.5.6 Mendenhall, Mark E.; University of Tennessee, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.10 Meng, Chunlei; Central University of Finance and Economics, China ([email protected]): 3.3.14 Merchant, Hemant; University of South Florida, USA ([email protected] usfsp.edu): 3.1.16 Messeni Petruzzelli, Antonio; Politecnico di Bari, Italy ([email protected] poliba.it): 2.4.5 Meuer, Johannes W.; University of Zurich, Switzerland ([email protected] uzh.ch): 3.1.9 Meyer, Klaus; China Europe International Business School, China ([email protected]): 0.7, 0.7, 2.3.5, 3.3.5 Meyer, Marshall; University of Pennsylvania, USA ([email protected] upenn.edu): 1.1.2 Mezias, John; University of Miami, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.2 Mihailova, Irina; Aalto University, Finland ([email protected]): 1.4.16 Mikhailova, Ekaterina; NRU Higher School of Economics, Russia (kat. [email protected]): 2.3.6 Mileski, Joan P.; Texas A&M University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.3 Miller, Stewart; University of Texas at San Antonio, USA ([email protected] utsa.edu): 1.4.12, 2.2.15 Miller, Toyah L.; Indiana University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.11 Milliot, Eric; University of Poitiers, France ([email protected] fr): 3.4.16 Minbaeva, Dana ; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] cbs.dk): 2.4.15, 3.3.8, 3.4.4 Mingo, Santiago; Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.1.5 Mirza, Hafiz; United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Switzerland ([email protected] org): 1.3.2, 2.3.2

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Moore, Fiona ; Royal Holloway, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.4.13, 3.1.1, 3.3.4 Morales, Francisco; University of Colorado-Boulder, USA (francisco. [email protected]): 2.1.5 Morbe, Lukas; Trier University, Germany ([email protected]): 2.4.8 Morris, Shad; Brigham Young University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.5 Mors, Marie Louise; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (lm. [email protected]): 1.4.12 Mosakowski, Elaine; Purdue University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.7 Moschieri, Caterina; IE Business School, Spain ([email protected] ie.edu): 3.3.9 Mudambi, Ram; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.2, 1.4.3, 1.5.3, 2.2.1, Café_3 Mudambi, Susan; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.15 Mueller, Marc; University of St.Gallen, Switzerland ([email protected] ch): 3.4.15 Mughan, Terry; University of Victoria, Canada ([email protected]): 3.4.7 Mugurusi, Godfrey; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway ([email protected] no): 3.4.15 Mukumbi, Kudzai ; Michigan State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.5 Munjal, Surender; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.4.1 Muralidharan, Etayankara; MacEwan University, Canada ([email protected] macewan.ca): 2.2.9 Murray, Janet Y.; University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.4.14, 2.2.2 Musacchio, Aldo; Harvard Business School, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.5, 3.4.3 Mustafa, Michael; University of Nottingham - Malaysia, Malaysia ([email protected] my): 3.1.8 Musteen, Martina ; San Diego State University, USA ([email protected] sdsu.edu): 1.3.9, 1.4.10, 2.2.5, 3.1.13 Mutlu, Berna; University of Florida, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.16 Mutlu, Canan Canbulat; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected] utdallas.edu): 1.3.16, 2.3.16 Muzychenko, Olga; University of Adelaide, Australia ([email protected] adelaide.edu.au): 1.5.5

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Okimoto, Tyler; University of Queensland, Australia ([email protected] business.uq.edu.au): 1.4.12 Oldroyd, James; Ohio State University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.5 Olie, Rene; Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands ([email protected] nl): 2.4.14, 3.4.5 Oliveira, Marcelle Colares; Federal University of Ceara, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.1.16 Oliveira dos Santos, Igor; HEC Montréal, Canada ([email protected]): 2.5.11 Orinda, Meshack ; Moi University, Kenya ([email protected]): 2.2.12 Osegowitsch, Tom; University of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected] edu.au): 1.1.12, 2.5.8 Osiyevskyy, Oleksiy; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.5.13, 2.3.6 Osland, Joyce; San Jose State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.10, 3.4.7 Oxelheim, Lars; University of Lund, Sweden ([email protected]): 1.5.14, 2.1.12, 2.3.11 Ozbek, Nurgul; Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden ([email protected] hhs.se): 1.5.13 Ozbek, Orhan Volkan; University of Texas at Arlington, USA (orhan. [email protected]): 3.1.16

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Papaioannou, Stylianos; Mid Sweden University, Sweden ([email protected]): 2.3.4 Parente, Ronaldo; Florida International University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.8, 2.1.9, 3.4.12 Park, Byung Il; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.1.16 Park, Chansoo; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada ([email protected] mun.ca): 1.4.8, 3.3.11 Park, Kyung Min; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 2.3.16 Park, Sam; China Europe International Business School, China ([email protected] ceibs.edu): Café_1, 1.1.10, 2.4.4 Park, Taekyung ; Yeungnam University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.4.10 Park, Young-Ryeol; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.4.8 Parkes, Michael; Feng Chia University, Canada ([email protected] com): 3.1.16 Parra, Gabriel; Stanford University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.13 Parreño-Selva, Josefa; University of Alicante, Spain ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Patel, Charmi; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom ([email protected] ed.ac.uk): 2.5.10 Pathak, Saurav; Michigan Technological University, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.9 Pathak, Seemantini; University of Houston, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.16 Pattnaik, Chinmay; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] sydney.edu.au): 2.3.16 Pavlovich, Kathryn; University of Waikato, New Zealand ([email protected] waikato.ac.nz): 2.3.6 Peacock, Tanya Andrea; University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA ([email protected] hawaii.edu): 2.3.14 Pedersen, Torben; Bocconi University, Italy ([email protected] it): 0.2, 1.1.7, 2.1.8, 3.3.13 Peeters, Carine; Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium ([email protected] ulb.ac.be): 1.3.9, 3.1.15 Pehrsson, Anders; Linnaeus University, Sweden ([email protected] se): 1.5.15, 3.3.15 Pekerti, Andre A.; University of Queensland, Australia ([email protected] business.uq.edu.au): 1.4.12 Peltokorpi, Vesa Matti ; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan ([email protected] ac.jp): 1.3.1, 2.1.4, 2.2.10, 2.3.9, 2.5.16



Peng, Mike W.; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.16, 2.2.16 Peng, Yu-Shu; National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan ([email protected] ndhu.edu.tw): 3.4.10 Pereira, Vijay Edward; University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom (vijay. [email protected]): 1.1.4, 2.2.15 Peretz, Hilla; ORT Braude College, Israel ([email protected]): 2.3.14 Perez-Aleman, Paola; McGill University, Canada ([email protected] mcgill.ca): 3.4.13 Pesakovic, Gordana; Argosy University, USA (pesakovic[email protected]): 2.3.7 Pesch, Robin Nico; University of Bayreuth, Germany ([email protected] uni-bayreuth.de): 1.4.12, 2.3.9 Pestonjee, Daanish; University of Arkansas, USA ([email protected] uark.edu): 1.1.12 Petersen, Bent; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected]): 1.4.11, 2.4.17, 3.3.8 Phene, Anupama; George Washington University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.1.3, 3.3.8 Piantoni, Mariella; University of Bergamo, Italy ([email protected] unibg.it): 1.5.16 Piaskowska, Dorota; University College Dublin, Ireland (dorota. [email protected]): 1.3.8 Picot-Coupey, Karine; University of Reading , France ([email protected]): 2.5.5 Piekkari, Rebecca; Aalto University, Finland ([email protected]): 0.3, 1.3.1, 2.1.4, 2.2.4, 2.3.11 Pietrobelli, Carlo; Interamerican Development Bank, USA ([email protected] iadb.org): 1.1.9 Pillai, Kishore Gopalakrishna; Aston University, United Kingdom ([email protected] aston.ac.uk): 2.3.17 Pinkham, Brian C.; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected]): 1.3.8, 2.4.17 Pisani, Niccolo; University of Amsterdam, Netherlands ([email protected] nl): 1.1.3 Piscitello, Lucia; Politecnico di Milano, Italy ([email protected]): 1.4.16, 2.4.5 Pitelis, Christos; University of Bath, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 0.3, 1.5.3 Pla-Barber, Jose; University of Valencia, Spain ([email protected]): 0.4, 3.3.8, 3.4.2 Pless, Nicola Manuela; ESADE Business School, Spain ([email protected] esade.edu): 1.1.5 Pornpitakpan, Chanthika; University of Macau, China ([email protected] com): 1.3.7

Porschitz, Emily; Keene State College, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.13 Powell, K. Skylar; Western Washington University, USA ([email protected] wwu.edu): 1.3.15 Prashantham, Shameen; Nottingham University China, China (shameen. [email protected]): 2.3.17, 2.4.1, 2.5.3, 3.4.1 Prescott, John; University of Pittsburgh, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.6 Prior, Geri; ICBC, Canada ([email protected] icbc.com): 2.2.2 Procasky, William ; Texas A&M International University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.15 Pronobis, Paul; Free University of Berlin, Germany ([email protected] fu-berlin.de): 2.3.11 Pu, Xiaoyu; SUNY Oswego, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.14 Puck, Jonas; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 2.1.11, 2.2.4, 3.1.6, 3.3.6 Pudelko, Markus; Tuebingen University, Germany ([email protected] uni-tuebingen.de): 1.5.12, 2.1.4, 2.3.14 Puffer , Sheila; Northeatern University , USA ([email protected]): 1.3.6, 3.4.10 Puig, Francisco; University of Valencia, Spain ([email protected]): 2.3.4 Puri, Manas ; University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, Italy ([email protected] uniroma2.it): 3.3.5 Purkayastha, Saptarshi ; Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, India ([email protected]): 2.4.4, 2.5.12, 3.4.12 Puslecki, Lukasz; Poznan University of Economics, Poland ([email protected]): 0.4 Puthusserry, Pushyarag; Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.5.3 Putzhammer, Paul Moritz; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected] at): 2.1.11

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Rabellotti, Roberta; Università di Pavia, Italy ([email protected] com): 1.1.9 Raghunath, S.; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India ([email protected]): 0.4, 2.2.3, 3.4.1 Raghunath, Usha; Wipro Ltd., India ([email protected]): 2.2.3 Rahman, Manzur; University of San Diego, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.10 Rajwani, Tazeeb; Cranfield University, United Kingdom ([email protected] cranfield.ac.uk): 1.1.10, 1.4.9 Ralston, David A.; Florida International University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Ramachandran, Indu; Texas State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.13 Ramamurti, Ravi; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.2, 2.5.4, 3.2 Raman, Revti; Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (revti. [email protected]): 2.4.10, 3.4.15 Rammal, Hussain; University of South Australia, Australia (hussain. [email protected]): 2.1.13, 2.2.3, 3.1.12, 3.3.13 Ramos, Miguel; University of Texas, El Paso, USA ([email protected] utep.edu): 3.3.5 Ramsey, Jase; University of Alabama, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.13 Rana, Mohammad Bakhtiar; Aalborg University, Denmark ([email protected]): 2.4.17 Randoy, Trond; University of Agder, Norway ([email protected]): 2.3.11 Randrianasolo, Arilova A.; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.7 Rashad, Shaleen; Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand ([email protected]): 2.4.10 Rasheed, Abdul; University of Texas at Arlington, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.12 Rask, Morten; Aarhus University, Denmark ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Raskovic, Matevz; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ([email protected] ef.uni-lj.si): 1.4.11, 2.5.5 Ratner, Mitchell ; Rider University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.15 Ravlin, Elizabeth C.; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected] sc.edu): 1.4.12 Ray, Sougata; Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India ([email protected] iimcal.ac.in): 2.1.9 Ray, Suparna; University of Exeter, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.3.8

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Reade, Carol; San Jose State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.5, 3.3.9 Reddy, Rama Krishna ; University of Memphis, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.1.16, 2.3.15 Reeb, David; National University of Singapore , Singapore ([email protected] edu.sg): 0.5, 2.4.3 Régnier, Philippe; Swiss Management School Fribourg, Switzerland ([email protected]): 1.4.13 Reiche, B. Sebastian; IESE, Spain ([email protected]): 2.3.10, 3.1.3 Reinmoeller, Patrick; Cranfield University, United Kingdom (patrick. [email protected]): 3.1.9 Reis, Ricardo Pereira; UFLA, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.2.17 Ren, Monica; Macquarie University, Australia ([email protected]): 3.3.13 Reuer, Jeffrey; Purdue University, USA ([email protected]): 0.5, 2.4.8 Reynolds, Kristy E. ; University of Alabama, USA ([email protected] ua.edu): 1.4.7 Ribeiro, Fernanda ; University Center of FEI, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.1.13, 2.4.17 Ricart, Joan Enric; IESE, Spain ([email protected]): 1.1.3 Richards, Malika; Pennsylvania State University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.3, 2.2.2 Richter, Ulf-Henning; Nottingham University China, China ([email protected] nottingham.edu.cn): 1.3.3, 1.4.5 Riviere, Monica Ileana ; Skema Business School , France (monicaileana. [email protected]): 3.3.15 Rizeanu, Sorin; University of Victoria, Canada ([email protected]): 1.3.16 Rizzetto, Patrick ; Bank of Canada, Canada ([email protected]): 2.5.15 Roberts, Michael; MacEwan University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 2.1.12, 2.2.13 Robertson, Christopher; Northeastern University, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.13 Robinson, Nick; North Island College, Canada ([email protected]): 2.3.7, 3.3.7 Robinson, Patricia (Tish); Hitotsubashi University ICS, Japan ([email protected] ics.hit-u.ac.jp): 2.3.16 Robson, Paul ; Royal Holloway, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 3.3.10 Rodrigo, Padmali; Northumbria University, United Kingdom (padmali. [email protected]): 3.3.16 Rodrigues, Suzana; Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands ([email protected]): 3.1.9

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Sauvant, Karl P.; Columbia University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.2, Café_2, 2.5.2, 3.4.3 Savoy, Claudia; FGV-EAESP, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.5.14 Sawang, Sukanlaya; Queensland University of Technology, Australia ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Scalera, Vittoria Giada; Temple University / Politecnico di Milano, Italy ([email protected] it): 1.4.16, 2.2.1, 3.4.15 Schaan, Jean-Louis; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.4.13, 2.4.5, 2.5.8 Schlegelmilch, Bodo B.; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected] at): 1.1.14, 1.3.7, 3.3.2 Schmeisser, Bjoern R.; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected] at): 3.1.15 Schmid, Stefan; ESCP Europe, Germany ([email protected]): 1.1.15, 1.5.16, 2.3.11 Schmidt, Christian; University of Gothenburg, Sweden ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.2.13 Schneid, Matthias; University of Paderborn, Germany (matthias. [email protected]): 1.5.12 Schneider, Katja; Technical University Freiberg, Germany ([email protected] bwl.tu-freiberg.de): 2.5.14 Schneider, Luis Carlos; UNISINOS, Brazil ([email protected].com): 3.4.15 Schotter, Andreas; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected] uwo.ca): 1.4.3, 2.1.13, 3.3.14 Schröder, Philipp; Aarhus University, Denmark ([email protected]): 2.5.13 Schueffel, Patrick; School of Management Fribourg, Switzerland ([email protected] schueffel.de): 1.4.13 Schuh, Arnold; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Schulte Steinberg, Adrian; University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (adrian. [email protected]): 3.3.15 Schuster, Tassilo; University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany (tassilo. [email protected]): 2.4.10 Schwab, Daniel; Boston University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.15 Schwens, Christian; Heinrich-Heine-University Dusseldorf, Germany ([email protected] de): 1.1.11 Sedoglavich, Vesna; Australian National University, Australia (vesna. [email protected]): 2.3.6, 3.3.11 Seifzadeh, Pouya ; Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.15, 2.3.12

Sekiguchi, Tomoki; Osaka University, Japan ([email protected]): 2.2.15, 2.5.16 Sellers-Rubio, Ricardo; University of Alicante, Spain ([email protected] ua.es): 3.4.2 Selmier II, W. Travis ; Indiana University, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.16 Semenov, Alexey V.; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.7, 2.4.12 Seth, Anju; Virginia Tech, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.11, 2.2.3 Shaffer, Margaret ; University of Wisconsin, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.1.3 Shah, Grishma; Manhattan College, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.3.7 Shao, Liang; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 3.1.6 Shapiro, Daniel; Simon Fraser University, Canada ([email protected]): 0.7, 1.1.2 Shea, Catherine; Northwestern University, USA ([email protected] northwestern.edu): 3.4.10 Shehu, Edlira; University of Hamburg, Germany ([email protected]): 3.1.5 Sheng, Hsia Hua ; FGV-EAESP, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.3.1, 2.5.11, 3.1.6 Shengeliya, Mikhail; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland ([email protected]): 1.5.15 Sherman, Kimberly; University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.17 Shi, Weilei (Stone); Baruch College, CUNY, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.1.6 Shi, Yongjiang; University of Cambridge, China ([email protected]): 1.4.14, 2.4.9 Shimizu, Katsuhiko; Keio University, Japan ([email protected]): 1.4.8, 2.5.15 Shin, Duckjung; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected]): 2.1.13 Shin, Ho-Wook; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.8 Shin, Ji-Young; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.4.11 Shin, Mannsoo; Korea University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.3.10, 3.4.8 Shirodkar, Vikrant; University of Sussex, United Kingdom ([email protected] sussex.ac.uk): 1.4.5 Shmuel, Eliad ; University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA (eliad. [email protected]): 1.1.9



Shoham, Amir ; Temple University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.15, 1.3.1, 2.2.4 Sidani, Yusuf; American University of Beirut, Lebanon ([email protected] lb): 3.4.4 Siegel, Jordan; Harvard University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.10 Sihota-Chahil, Juggy; TELUS Corporation, Canada ([email protected] com): 2.2.2 Siltaoja, Marjo ; University of Jyvaskyla, Finland ([email protected]): 3.1.8 Sinani, Evis; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected]): 3.4.6 Sinding, Knud; University of Southern Denmark, Denmark ([email protected] dk): 3.1.8 Singh, Deeksha; Rutgers University, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.5 Singh, Gurneeta Vasudeva; University of Minnesota, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.14, 2.4.5 Singh, Nitish; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.5, 3.3.16 Singhal, Cherry; University of South Carolina, USA ([email protected] moore.sc.edu): 1.5.14 Sinkovics, Rudolf R.; University of Manchester, United Kingdom (rudolf. [email protected]): 2.3.4, 3.1.9, 3.4.11 Skarmeas, Dionysis; Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece ([email protected]): 2.4.9 Skat-Rørdam, Peter; Universe Foundation, Denmark ([email protected] dk): 1.5.4 Skousen, Bradley R. ; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.13, 1.5.3 Slangen, Arjen; RSM Erasmus University, Netherlands ([email protected] nl): 2.1.14, 2.2.11 Snell, Robin; Lingnan University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.4.14 Sobh, Rana; Qatar University, Qatar ([email protected]): 3.3.16 Søderberg, Anne-Marie; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (ams. [email protected]): 2.1.13, 2.2.13 Soderman, Sten; Stockholm University, Sweden ([email protected]): 1.1.14, 3.4.16 Sofka, Wolfgang; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark ([email protected] cbs.dk): 1.3.16, 2.4.17, 3.1.5 Somers, Dieter; University of Leuven, Belgium ([email protected] be): 3.3.15 Song, Jaeyong; Seoul National University, Korea, South ([email protected] ac.kr): 0.4

Soni, Amit; University of Delhi, India ([email protected]): 3.1.14 Soni, Pavan; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India ([email protected]): 1.3.6 Sonkova, Marketa; Boston University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.4 Sonmez, Maho; UTSA, USA (maho. [email protected]): 2.4.15 Sorgard, Lars; Norwegian School of Economics, Norway ([email protected] nhh.no): 1.3.8 Sousa, Carlos M. P.; Durham University, United Kingdom ([email protected] durham.ac.uk): 1.5.11 Srikanth, Kannan; Indian School of Business, India ([email protected] isb.edu): 1.4.6, 2.1.5 Srinvasan, Narasimhan ; University of Connecticut, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.1.8 Srisuphaolarn, Patnaree; Thammasat Business School, Thailand ([email protected]): 3.3.2 Stahl, Günter K.; WU Vienna, Austria ([email protected]): 1.1.5, 3.3.4, 3.4.7 Stangarone, Troy; Korea Economic Institute of America , USA ([email protected] org): 2.5.2 Stanley, Laura J.; East Carolina University, USA ([email protected]): 3.3.4 Steel, Piers; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected] ucalgary.ca): 2.4.6 Stefanidis, Abraham; St. John’s University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.4.5 Steinhauer, Ruth; Saarland University, Germany ([email protected]): 2.4.14 Stephens, Hugh; Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada/Royal Roads University, Canada ([email protected] tpconnections.com): 2.5.2 Sternquist, Brenda; Michigan State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.3.5, 1.5.15, 3.1.10, 3.3.16 Stevens, Charles E.; Lehigh University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.14, 3.3.4 Stucchi, Tamara; Technical University of Denmark, Denmark ([email protected] dk): 2.4.4, 3.3.13 Su, Weichieh; National Cheng-Chi University, Taiwan ([email protected] accu.tw): 3.4.2 Su, Yong; Fudan University, China ([email protected]): 1.4.12 Su, Zhan; Laval University, Canada ([email protected]): 3.1.15 Subramanian, Annapoornima; National University of Singapore, Singapore ([email protected]): 1.1.8 Suchanek, Lena ; Bank of Canada, Canada ([email protected]): 2.5.15

Suder, Gabriele; University of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected] com): 3.1.14 Sui, Sui; Ryerson University, Canada ([email protected]): 1.4.4, 1.5.10 Sujarittanonta, Lavanchawee; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected]): 2.3.7 Sular, Sinan; University of Groningen, Netherlands ([email protected] gmail.com): 1.3.10 Sun, Francis; Brock University, Canada ([email protected]): 2.3.12 Sun, Kai; Aston University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.5.11 Sun, Li (Sunny); University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.1.6 Sun, Meijui; Ming Chuan University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 2.3.15, 2.5.15 Sun, Pei; Fudan University, China ([email protected]): 1.4.6, 3.1.10 Surdu, Irina Minodora; University of Warwick, United Kingdom ([email protected] mail.wbs.ac.uk): 1.5.11 Sutherland, Dylan; Durham University, United Kingdom ([email protected] durham.ac.uk): 2.3.3, 2.5.4, 3.1.12 Swoboda, Bernhard; Trier Univeristy, Germany ([email protected] de): 2.4.8 Syvrud, Kelsey; Florida State University, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.13, 3.4.6 Szuecs, Florian; DIW Berlin, Germany ([email protected]): 1.3.8

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Tang, Heiwai; Johns Hopkins University - SAIS, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.11 Tang, Weiqiang; University of Technology Sydney, Australia ([email protected] gmail.com): 3.1.11 Tang, Xiaoyun; East China University of Political Science and Law, China ([email protected]): 3.3.15 Tang, Yee Kwan; University of Glasgow, United Kingdom (yee. [email protected]): 2.5.13 Tang, Yinuo; University of Pittsburgh, USA ([email protected]): 2.3.15 Tanganelli, David; Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Spain ([email protected]): 1.4.13, 2.4.5 Taras, Vas; University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA ([email protected] uncg.edu): 2.3.7, 2.4.6, 2.5.6, 3.1.1, 3.4.8 Tashman, Pete; Portland State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 3.3.14 Tatoglu, Ekrem; Bahcesehir University, United Kingdom ([email protected] bahcesehir.edu.tr): 2.2.17 Tavakoly, Pooya; University of Alberta, Canada ([email protected]): 1.5.14 Tavoletti, Ernesto ; University of Macerata, Italy ([email protected] unimc.it): 3.3.5 Taylor, Marilyn L.; University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA ([email protected] umkc.edu): 2.5.13 Taylor, Murray; Macquarie University, Australia ([email protected] au): 2.5.13 Taylor, Sully; Portland State University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.1 Teagarden, Mary B. ; Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management, USA ([email protected]): 2.2.7 Tee, Lain-Tze; National University of Malaysia, Malaysia ([email protected] my): 1.5.14 Teece, David ; University of California, Berkeley, USA ([email protected] com): 1.5.1 Teegen, Hildy Jean; University of South Carolina , USA ([email protected] moore.sc.edu): 1.1.5, 2.2.17 Temouri, Yama; Aston University, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.5.7, 2.5.11 Teng, Chih-Ching (Chris) ; Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 2.5.5 Tenzer, Helene; Tuebingen University, Germany ([email protected]): 1.3.1, 2.1.4 Thams, Yannick; Suffolk University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.8 Tharyan, Rajesh ; University of Exeter, United Kingdom ([email protected] uk): 1.3.8

Thein, Htwe Htwe; Curtin University, Australia ([email protected] ac): 1.4.5, 2.2.16 Thomas, David C.; University of New South Wales, Australia ([email protected] unsw.edu.au): 1.4.12 Thomson, S. Bruce ; MacEwan University, Canada ([email protected] ca): 2.2.13 Thorp, Robbin ; University of California, Davis, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.4.5 Tien, Chengli; National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan ([email protected] com): 1.1.15, 3.1.8 Tjosvold, Dean; Lingnan University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] ln.edu.hk): 2.1.14, 3.4.8 Tobias, Dynah Basuil; University of Auckland, New Zealand ([email protected] auckland.ac.nz): 2.1.3 Toh, Soo Min; University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada ([email protected] utoronto.ca): 3.1.3 Tomio, Bruno Thiago; Regional University of Blumenau- FURB, Brazil ([email protected]): 1.3.15 Tonelli, Dany Flavio; UFLA, Brazil ([email protected]): 2.2.17 Tong, Tony; University of Colorado, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.11 Tortoriello, Marco; IESE, Spain ([email protected]): 1.4.14 Travaglione, Antonio; Curtin University, Australia ([email protected] au): 1.1.4 Triki, Dora; ESCE, France ([email protected] esce.fr): 2.1.14 Trojanowski, Grzegorz; University of Exeter, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.3.8 Tsai, Chih-Hao; National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.1.15 Tsai, Yao-Chuan; National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan: 1.4.15 Tseng, Ting-hsiang; Feng Chia University, Taiwan ([email protected] tw): 1.4.7 Tsui, Steven; University of Newcastle, Australia ([email protected] au): 2.5.9 Tucci, Christopher L.; Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland ([email protected] ch): 1.3.3 Tung, Rosalie L. ; Simon Fraser University, Canada ([email protected]): 1.2, 2.1.2, 2.2.2, 3.3.4 Tuschke, Anja; University of Munich, Germany ([email protected]): 2.3.5 Tuselmann, Heinz; Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 0.4

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Viviani, Jean-Laurent; University of Rennes, France (jean-laurent. [email protected]): 2.5.5 Vojvodic, Goran ; George Washington University, USA ([email protected]): 2.4.16 Volkova, Irina O.; NRU Higher School of Economics, Russia ([email protected] hse.ru): 2.3.6, 2.5.16 Voll, Jane; Bank of Canada, Canada ([email protected]): 2.5.15 Von Glinow, Mary Ann; Florida International University, USA ([email protected] fiu.edu): 1.3.15 Vora, Davina; State University of New York at New Paltz, USA ([email protected] newpaltz.edu): 1.4.12, 3.1.1 Voss, Hinrich; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 1.5.15 Vural, Metin Onal; IE Business School, Spain ([email protected]): 1.3.3

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Wang, Tiedong; University of International Business and Economics, China ([email protected]): 2.5.5 Wang, Valerie; Ohio University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.7 Wang, Yangwen; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 3.4.9 Wang, Yong; Western New England Unversity, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.14 Wang, Yonggui; University of International Business and Economics, China ([email protected]): 2.3.11 Wang, Yu-Kai; Soochow University, Taiwan ([email protected]): 3.1.11 Wang, Yuzhu; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Australia ([email protected] cass.org.cn): 3.1.12 Wang, Zhan; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Wang , Zhennan; York University , Canada ([email protected] yorku.ca): 1.5.15 Wang, Zhi; Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom (zhi. [email protected]): 2.4.14 Wasbauer, Marius; University of California, Davis, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.5 Wechtler, Heidi; MacQuarie University, Australia ([email protected] fr): 2.4.10, 2.5.10 Wei, Lu; Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China ([email protected]): 2.1.14 Wei, Wei; Beijing Jiaoting University, China ([email protected]): 2.1.16 Wei, Yingqi; University of Leeds, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.2.4 Weiner, Robert J.; George Washington University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.6, 2.1.6, 2.4.16 Welch, Catherine; University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] sydney.edu.au): 1.3.1, 2.5.13, 3.3.10, 3.4.13 Weng, David H.; University of Texas at Dallas, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 2.3.12 Werker, Eric; Harvard Business School, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.15 Werner, Steve; University of Houston, USA ([email protected]): 2.5.16 Westjohn, Stanford; University of Toledo, USA ([email protected] utoledo.edu): 1.3.7 Westman, Mina; Tel Aviv University, Israel ([email protected]): 3.1.3 Westney, Eleanor; York University, Canada ([email protected] ca): Café_1, 2.4.9, 3.1.7



Wheeler, Colin; University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom (colin. [email protected]): 2.5.3 White III, George O.; Old Dominion University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.10, 1.3.11, 1.4.9, 2.1.16, 3.4.9 Wild, Pascal; School of Management Fribourg, Switzerland ([email protected] hefr.ch): 1.4.13 Williams, Christopher; Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected]): 1.3.13, 2.3.17, 3.1.14 Williams, Jo-Reese; University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.15 Williams, Justin Shale; University of Calgary, Qatar ([email protected] edu.qa): 1.3.16 Williamson, Peter James; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.5.2 Winston Smith, Sheryl; Temple University, USA ([email protected] temple.edu): 1.5.9, 3.1.13 Witt, Michael A.; INSEAD, Singapore ([email protected]): 1.1.5, 1.3.5, 1.5.6 Wocke, Albert; Gordon Institute of Business Sciences, South Africa ([email protected]): 2.1.4 Wolf, Bernie; York University, Canada ([email protected]): 1.1.7, 3.1.7 Wolf, Joachim; University of Kiel, Germany ([email protected]): 1.3.11 Wolff, Michael; Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany (michael. [email protected]): 3.3.6 Wong, Alfred; Lingnan University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] ln.edu.hk): 2.1.14 Woo, Han-Gyun; Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, South ([email protected]): 1.3.16 Woo, Yuen Pau; President and CEO, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.1.2 Wood, Geoffrey T.; University of Warwick, South Africa ([email protected] wbs.ac.uk): 1.5.6, 2.3.16 Wright, Lorna; York University, Canada ([email protected]): 3.1.7 Wu, Changqi; Peking University, China ([email protected]): 3.4.13 Wu, Cheng-Wei; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 2.4.8 Wu, Jianfeng; University of International Business and Economics, China ([email protected]): 2.3.11 Wu, Shubin; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China (wu. [email protected]): 1.5.11 Wu, Terry ; University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada (terry. [email protected]): 1.1.16

Wu, Tsing-Zai; National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan: 1.4.15 Wu, Wei-ping; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 2.4.14 Wu, Xun (Brian); University of Michigan, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.8 Wu, Zhan; University of Sydney , Australia ([email protected] au): 1.4.12 Wubneh, Kinde; University of Pennsylvania, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.1.6 Wuehrer, Gerhard A.; Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria (gerhard. [email protected]): 1.3.14 Wurster, Dennis; ESCP Europe, Germany ([email protected] eu): 1.5.16

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Xara-Brasil, Duarte; Instituto Politecnico de Setubal, Portugal (duarte. [email protected]): 3.1.10 Xavier, Wlamir; FGV-EAESP & UNISUL, Brazil ([email protected]): 3.1.6 Xia, Jun; University of Texas at Dallas, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.6 Xia, Tianjiao; Loughborough University, United Kingdom ([email protected] ac.uk): 2.1.9 Xiao, Yaorui; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA ([email protected] illinois.edu): 3.1.15 Xie, En; Xi’an Jiaotong University, China ([email protected]): 3.4.12 Xie, Wei; Tsinghua University, China ([email protected]): 2.2.14 Xie, Zhenzhen; Tsinghua University, China ([email protected] cn): 2.5.9 Xiong, Jie; ESC Rennes School of Business, France ([email protected] fr): 1.4.14, 2.5.14 Xu, Bin ; China Europe International Business School, China ([email protected] ceibs.edu): 1.3.2 Xu, Dean; University of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected] au): 1.4.8, 3.4.11 Xu, Kefeng ; University of Texas at San Antonio, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.2.15 Xu, Xiaojun; Fudan University, China ([email protected]): 3.4.14 Xue, Qiuzhi; Fudan University, China ([email protected]): 1.1.5

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Yamao, Sachiko; University of Melbourne, Australia ([email protected] unimelb.edu.au): 1.1.12 Yamin, Mohammad; University of Manchester, United Kingdom (mo. [email protected]): 1.5.3, 3.3.6

Yan, Haifeng; East China University of Science and Technology, China ([email protected]): 3.4.13 Yan, Li; University of Macau, Macau ([email protected]): 1.3.14 Yanadori, Yoshio; University of South Australia, Australia (yoshio. [email protected]): 2.5.16 Yang, Deli; Trinity University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.9, 2.4.15 Yang, Delin; Tsinghua University, China ([email protected] cn): 2.1.16 Yang, Jiawen; George Washington University, USA ([email protected]): 1.4.15, 3.4.6 Yang, Jie; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.16 Yang, Jing Yu (Gracy); University of Sydney, Australia ([email protected] sydney.edu.au): 2.2.12, 3.1.4 Yang, Kun; Central Michigan University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.8, 2.5.15 Yang, Man; University of Vaasa, Finland ([email protected]): 1.5.5 Yang, Monica; Adelphi University, USA ([email protected]): 1.1.11, 3.1.14 Yang, Qin; Robert Morris University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.14 Yang, Sean; President, Huawei Canada, Canada ([email protected]): 1.1.2 Yang, Wei; Nankai University, China ([email protected]): 2.3.5 Yang, Xiaohua ; University of San Francisco, USA ([email protected]): 0.3, 2.5.13 Yang, Xin; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] life.hkbu.edu.hk): 3.3.4 Yang, Xiyan; Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China ([email protected] com): 3.4.6 Yang, Yi; Yonsei University, Korea, South ([email protected]): 2.2.15, 3.1.14 Yang, Yong; University of Sussex, United Kingdom ([email protected] sussex.ac.uk): 2.2.5, 2.3.8 Yao, Cheng-Wen; Commerce Development Research Institute, Taiwan ([email protected]): 3.3.14 Yao, Fiona Kun; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA ([email protected]): 3.1.4 Yasar, Burze ; Bilkent University, Turkey ([email protected]): 1.1.14 Yasuda, Naoki; Keio University, Japan ([email protected]): 3.4.9 Yeboah, Richard Boateng; Access Bank Ghana Ltd, Ghana (boateng. [email protected] com): 3.4.2

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Yeung, Bernard; National University of Singapore, Singapore ([email protected] nus.edu.sg): 2.1.8 Yin, Quan; Sangmyung University, China ([email protected]): 2.4.13 Yip, George; China Europe International Business School, China ([email protected] ceibs.edu): 1.5.4, 3.2 Yiu, Daphne W.; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 1.3.16, 2.2.16, 2.5.11 Yokoyama, Marcos H. ; Osaka University, Japan ([email protected] econ.osaka-u.ac.jp): 2.2.15, 2.5.16 Yoshikawa, Katsuhiko; London School of Economics, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 2.2.10 Yoshikawa, Toru; Singapore Management University, Singapore ([email protected] smu.edu.sg): 1.5.6, 2.1.12 Young, Stephen ; University of Glasgow, United Kingdom (stephen. [email protected]): 1.3.13 Young, Susan L; Seton Hall University, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.10 Yu, Chow Ming; National Chengchi University, Taiwan ([email protected] tw): 1.5.13 Yu, Chung-Long; Tungnan University, Taiwan ([email protected] com): 2.3.5 Yu, Chunhai; China Northeastern University, China ([email protected] edu.cn): 3.4.16 Yu, Huizhi; Old Dominion University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.14

Yu, Shu; National University of Singapore, Singapore ([email protected] edu.sg): 1.4.6 Yuan, Yizhou; University of Macau, China ([email protected]): 1.3.7

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Zaheer, Aks; University of Minnesota, USA ([email protected]): 3.4.11 Zaheer, Srilata; University of Minnesota, USA ([email protected]): Café_2 Zajac, Edward J.; Northwestern University, USA ([email protected] northwestern.edu): 1.3.6 Zakharia, Norhayati; Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia ([email protected] gmail.com): 2.3.7, 2.4.6 Zalan, Tatiana; Torrens University, Australia ([email protected]): 3.1.12 Zander, Ivo; Uppsala University, Sweden ([email protected]): 1.5.9, 3.3.1, 3.4.5 Zargarzadeh, M Amin; University of Calgary, Canada ([email protected] ucalgary.ca): 1.5.13 Zdravkovic, Srdan; Bryant University, USA ([email protected]): 1.3.7 Zellmer-Bruhn, Mary ; University of Minnesota, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.1.1, 1.5.12 Zeng, Yuping; Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, USA ([email protected] edu): 2.3.15 Zentes, Joachim; Saarland University, Germany ([email protected] de): 2.4.14 Zhan, Feng; York University, Canada ([email protected]): 1.5.14

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Zhan, James ; United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Switzerland ([email protected] org): 1.3.2, 1.5.1, 2.3.2 Zhang, Chao; University of International Business and Economics, China ([email protected]): 1.5.10 Zhang, Jing; Old Dominion University, USA ([email protected]): 1.5.14 Zhang, Junfeng; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected]): 2.4.14 Zhang, Ling Eleanor; Hanken School of Economics, Finland ([email protected] hanken.fi): 2.2.4, 2.3.13 Zhang, Man; Bowling Green State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 0.4 Zhang, Michael Wei; Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom ([email protected]): 1.5.13 Zhang, Min (Megan); Ivey Business School, Canada ([email protected] ca): 1.1.6, 1.4.13, 2.2.10 Zhang, Zelong; Baruch College, CUNY, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.16, 2.2.14 Zhang, Zhixue ; Peking University, China: 2.3.16 Zhao, Guiqin; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China ([email protected]): 3.3.15 Zhao, Hongxin ; Saint Louis University, USA ([email protected]): 2.1.16, 2.5.5 Zhao, Meng; Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, Russia ([email protected]): 1.1.10 Zheng, Congcong; San Diego State University, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.5.11, 3.1.13

Zheng, Xiaolan; Nottingham University China, China (xiaolan.zheng@ nottingham.edu.cn): 1.5.7, 3.1.6 Zhou, Changhui; Peking University, China ([email protected]): 2.2.8 Zhou, Jian; University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA ([email protected] edu): 1.4.15 Zhou, Kevin; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR-PRC ([email protected] business.hku.hk): 1.1.4, 3.4.12 Zhou, Xiaoyu; Peking University, China ([email protected]): 1.5.4 Zhu, Cherrie J. ; Monash University, Australia ([email protected] edu): 1.4.11 Zhu, Jiqing ; Shanghai International Studies University, China ([email protected]): 3.1.14 Zhu, Judith Shuqin; University of Newcastle, Australia ([email protected] newcastle.edu.au): 3.1.15, 3.3.13, 3.4.4 Zhu, Wenyu; George Washington University, USA ([email protected] gwu.edu): 1.4.15, 2.5.11 Zhu, Ying ; University of South Australia, Australia ([email protected] au): 2.1.13, 3.1.12 Zimmermann, Jörg; European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Spain ([email protected]): 2.4.17, 3.1.16 Zou, Jie; Peking University, China ([email protected]): 3.4.13 Zucchella, Antonella; University of Pavia, Italy ([email protected] unipv.it): 3.1.5

2014 Exhibit Hall Map The exhibits are located in the Bayshore Grand Ballroom. Please see the General Conference Information page for the exhibit hall hours.

Alexander Cambridge Austral Street University GlobaLens Education Press Press Group

Springer

AIB Chapters Announcements and Handouts

Business Edward Bureau of Emerald Interpretive Expert Elgar Economic Group Simulations Press Publishing Analysis Publishing Local Artisans

The McGrawIvey Palgrave Heritage Hill Publishing Macmillan Foundation Education

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2014 Exhibitors ALEXANDER STREET PRESS Alexander Street Press publishes award-winning digital learning collections for students and professionals worldwide. New releases in global business, economics, and human resources feature thousands of expert-selected documents—from corporate training videos to textbooks. Visit our booth to learn more.

AUSTRAL EDUCATION GROUP Austral Group designs customized educational study tours to Latin America. Our team’s objective is to fulfill the professional and educational needs of your international program through meeting planning, seamless logistics, and engaging extracurricular cultural events with a unique local perspective.

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) is an agency of the Department of Commerce. BEA produces economic accounts statistics that enable government and business decision-makers, researchers, and the American public to follow and understand the performance of the Nation’s economy.

BUSINESS EXPERT PRESS Business Expert Press is dedicated to developing collections of complementary titles within specific business disciplines (close to 30 different business collections) and produces individual print books, ebooks, as well as Digital Libraries every year for faculty, students, and librarians.

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Cambridge’s publishing in books and journals combines state-of-the-art content with the highest standards of scholarship, writing and production. Visit our stand to browse new titles, available at a 20% discount, and to pick up sample issues of our journals. Visit our website to see everything we do: www.cambridge.org/us/academic .

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EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING Edward Elgar Publishing is an independent international publisher specializing in research monographs, reference books and textbooks. We are proud of our author-centered, personal approach. Our IB list is one of the broadest and we are pleased to publish many top scholars in the field.

EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LTD Emerald is a global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society. We work alongside some of the most prestigious contributors in their respective fields to develop books, journals and digital products for scholars and educators.

GLOBALENS

Case study publisher at the University of Michigan

GlobaLens is the publishing division of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan. Our cases cover all core business disciplines and international business. Plus, we have one of the largest collections of Social Impact cases available. www.GlobaLens.com

THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION The Heritage Foundation produces the Index of Economic Freedom annually in partnership with The Wall Street Journal. The Index’s comprehensive 20-year database, covering 186 countries, is available to researchers and students free of charge at www.heritage.org/index

INTERPRETIVE SIMULATIONS Interpretive Simulations offers realistic business experiences for undergraduate and graduate classrooms. With our simulations, your students will understand more and will do more with what was taught! Stop by our booth to discuss the benefits of implementing simulations in your class!



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IVEY PUBLISHING A leading producer of business cases, Ivey Publishing distributes award-winning cases from the Ivey case collection. With clear learning objectives, comprehensive teaching notes and flexible distribution options, Ivey Publishing provides exceptional content which meets the demands of management education programs.

MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION McGraw-Hill Education is a digital learning company that draws on more than 125 years of experience to improve learning outcomes around the world. McGraw-Hill Education is the adaptive education technology leader with the vision for creating personalized learning experiences that prepare students for the world that awaits.

PALGRAVE MACMILLAN Palgrave Macmillan is one of the largest publishers of cutting-edge academic resources, publishing across all formats in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Business. Palgrave Connect is home to 12,500 eBook titles offered through two flexible perpetual business models: Subject Collections and Build Your Own Collections. The latest additions to our list include International Historical Statistics, The Encyclopedia of Strategic Management, and Palgrave Pivot, an innovative publication format.

SPRINGER Springer welcomes you to visit our booth at the AIB Exhibitors area and meet our editor Nitza to discuss your publishing ideas. We have the latest books and some of our top journals in International Business on display for you. Follow us on @Springernomics.

LOCAL ARTISANS Fashioned For Change is a non-profit that empowers and supports HIV-positive women in South Africa by selling funky hand-beaded jewelry and accessories. Look great and raise awareness today by purchasing a stylish necklace or Little Traveller doll on June 24th (one day only). Burton Amos is from the Haisla/Tsimshian nations, born and raised in Kitimat, BC. His original paintings, prints, masks, regalia, and bentwood box designs can be found across Canada and in Europe. Visit Burton on June 25th (one day only). Robert Tait, Nisga’a Artist is known for intricate S.S. engraved bracelets, rings, pendants, earrings. His gold on silver inlay is prized as is his ability to engrave wedding band sets for that someone special. He will be exhibiting on June 26th (one day only) with his daughter Cheryl Stewart, a self-taught artist in traditional clothing and NWC items.

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The AIB Secretariat

The Academy of International Business Secretariat is located at the International Business Center (IBC) of The Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. AIB thanks the International Business Center and The Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University for hosting the Secretariat. Additional contact information is available at http://aib.msu.edu/secretariat.asp

Dr. G. Tomas M. Hult Executive Director [email protected]

Dr. Irem Kiyak Treasurer [email protected]

Anne Hoekman

JIBS Managing Editor [email protected]

Dr. Tunga Kiyak

Managing Director [email protected]

Kathy Kiessling

Member Services Coordinator [email protected]

Ronda Bunnell

IBC Program Coordinator [email protected]

Jamie Rytlewski

Webmaster [email protected]



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Past Presidents of the Academy of International Business 2010–2012 2008–2010 2006–2008 2004–2006 2002–2004 2001–2002 1999–2000 1997–1998 1995–1996 1993–1994 1991–1992 1989–1990 1987–1988

Mary Ann Von Glinow Yves Doz Stefanie Ann Lenway Alan M. Rugman Peter J. Buckley Stephen J. Kobrin José de la Torre Jeffrey Arpan Donald R. Lessard Jean Boddewyn Art Stonehill John Daniels John Dunning

1985–1986 1983–1984 1981–1982 1979–1980 1977–1978 1975–1976 1973–1974 1971–1972 1969–1970 1967–1968 1965–1966 1962–1964 1960–1961

Duane Kujawa Robert Hawkins Franklin Root Robert Stobaugh Richard Farmer Phillip Grub Lee Nehrt Vern Terpstra Richard Robinson Jack Behrman James Hart Roland Kramer John Fayerweather

Past AIB Conference Locations 2013: Istanbul, Turkey 2012: Washington, DC, USA 2011: Nagoya, Japan 2010: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2009: San Diego, California, USA 2008: Milan, Italy 2007: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 2006: Beijing, China 2005: Québec City, Canada 2004: Stockholm, Sweden 2003: Monterey, California, USA 2002: San Juan, Puerto Rico 2001: Sydney, Australia 2000: Phoenix, Arizona, USA 1999: Charleston, South Carolina, USA 1998: Vienna, Austria 1997: Monterrey, Mexico 1996: Banff, Alberta, Canada 1995: Seoul, Korea 1994: Boston, Massachusetts, USA 1993: Hawaii, USA 1992: Brussels, Belgium 1991: Miami, Florida, USA 1990: Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1989: Singapore 1988: San Diego, California, USA 1987: Chicago, Illinois, USA

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1986: 1985: 1984: 1983: 1982: 1981: 1980: 1979: 1978: 1977: 1976: 1975: 1974: 1973: 1972: 1971: 1970: 1969: 1968: 1967: 1966: 1965: 1964: 1963: 1962: 1961: 1960: 1959:

London, United Kingdom New York City, New York, USA Cleveland, Ohio, USA San Francisco, California, USA Washington, D.C., USA Montreal, Quebec, Canada New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Chicago, Illinois, USA Orlando, Florida, USA New York City, New York, USA Dallas, Texas, USA San Francisco, California, USA New York City, New York, USA Toronto, Ontario, Canada New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Detroit, Michigan, USA New York City, New York, USA Chicago, Illinois, USA Washington, D.C., USA San Francisco, California, USA New York City, New York, USA Chicago, Illinois, USA Boston, Massachusetts, USA New York City, New York, USA New York City, New York, USA New York City, New York, USA Washington, D.C., USA

AIB Fellows The AIB Fellows consist of distinguished AIB members recognized for their contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business. The AIB Fellows participate in the activities of the AIB by choosing the International Executive of the Year and the International Educator of the Year. They also organize one or more panel sessions at the AIB annual meeting each year — often the first Plenary Panel.

Dean of the Fellows:

Alan Rugman, University of Reading

Secretary/Treasurer of the Fellows: Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary

Participating (Active) Fellows:

Adler, Nancy J. – McGill University Aggarwal, Raj – University of Akron Aharoni, Yair – Tel Aviv University Bartlett, Christopher A. – Harvard Business School Beamish, Paul W. – Ivey School of Business Behrman, Jack N. – University of North Carolina Birkinshaw, Julian – London Business School Boddewyn, Jean J. – Baruch College - CUNY Boyacigiller, Nakiye A. – Sabanci University Brouthers, Keith D. – King’s College London Buckley, Peter J. – University of Leeds Cantwell, John A. – Rutgers University Casson, Mark Christopher – University of Reading Cavusgil, S. Tamer – Georgia State University Child, John – University of Birmingham Cho, Dong-Sung – Seoul National University Contractor, Farok J. – Rutgers University Daniels, John D. – University of Miami de la Torre, José – Florida International University Delios, Andrew – National University of Singapore Devinney, Timothy M. – University of Leeds Doz, Yves L. – INSEAD Eden, Lorraine – Texas A&M University Ghemawat, Pankaj – IESE Goodnow, James D. – Bradley Univ. and Univ. of North Texas Gray, Sidney J. – University of Sydney Green, Robert T. – University of Texas at Austin Grosse, Robert – American University of Sharjah Gupta, Anil K. – INSEAD Henisz, Witold Jerzy – University of Pennsylvania Hennart, Jean-Francois – Tilburg University Hult, G. Tomas M. – Michigan State University Johanson, Jan – Uppsala University Johansson, Johny – Georgetown University Jones, Geoffrey – Harvard Business School



Keegan, Warren J. – Pace University Khanna, Tarun – Harvard Business School Kobayashi, Noritake – Keio University Kobrin, Stephen J. – University of Pennsylvania Kogut, Bruce M. – Columbia University Kostova, Tatiana – University of South Carolina Kotabe, Masaaki – Temple University Kujawa, Duane – University of Miami Lenway, Stefanie – Michigan State University Lessard, Donald R. – M.I.T. Leung, Kwok – City University of Hong Kong Lewin, Arie Y. – Duke University Luo, Yadong – University of Miami Lyles, Marjorie A. – Indiana University Macharzina, Klaus – Universitaet Hohenheim Makino, Shige – Chinese University of Hong Kong Meyer, Klaus – China Europe International Business School Mudambi, Ram – Temple University Park, Seung Ho – Institute for Emerging Market Studies Pedersen, Torben – Bocconi University Peng, Mike – University of Texas at Dallas Radebaugh, Lee – Brigham Young University Ramamurti, Ravi – Northeastern University Ricks, David A. – University of Missouri - St. Louis Roth, Kendall – University of South Carolina Rugman, Alan M. – University of Reading Sauvant, Karl – Columbia University Shenkar, Oded – Ohio State University Simmonds, Kenneth – London Business School Stobaugh, Robert B. – Harvard Business School Stonehill, Arthur I. – University of Hawaii Tallman, Stephen B. – University of Richmond Tung, Rosalie L. – Simon Fraser University Vahlne, Jan Erik – University of Gothenburg Verbeke, Alain C. – University of Calgary Vernon, Ivan R. – Cleveland State University Von Glinow, Mary Ann – Florida International University Walter, Ingo – New York University Wells, Jr., Louis T. – Harvard Business School Westney, D Eleanor – York University Wilkins, Mira – Florida International University Wills, James R. – University of Hawaii Yeung, Bernard – National University of Singapore (NUS) Yip, George S. – China Europe International Business School Zaheer, Srilata – University of Minnesota Zander, Udo B. – Stockholm School of Economics To see a complete list of AIB Fellows including Honorary Fellows, and to access the bios of the Fellows, please visit the AIB Fellows page on AIB’s website at http://aib.msu.edu/aibfellows.asp

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AIB Institutional Members We thank the following organizations for their support of the Academy of International Business and the field of international business.

Aalto University School of Business, Finland Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, China Florida International University, USA George Washington University, USA Georgia State University, USA GITAM School of International Business, India Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, India Indiana University, USA Michigan State University, USA Peking University, China Pontifica Universidad Javeriana Cali, Colombia Poznan University of Economics, Poland Rosario University, Colombia St. Mary’s University, USA Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Thailand Temple University, USA Universidad de la Sabana, Colombia Universidad del Pacifico, Peru Universidad Eafit, Colombia Universidad Iberoamericana, Dominican Republic University of Auckland, New Zealand University of Newcastle, Australia University of Reading, United Kingdom University of San Francisco, USA University of South Carolina, USA University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia Villanova University, USA York University, Canada

Learn More about Becoming an Institutional Member

Your school can join the prestigious schools above by becoming an institutional member of the AIB. Additional information on the benefits of becoming an institutional member and instructions on how to become one can be found on our website at http://aib.msu.edu/membership/ .

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AIB Chapters AIB currently has 18 chapters established around the world. With the goal of to facilitate networking as well as the exchange of knowledge at a more local level, these chapters engage in a variety of activities from organizing regional conferences to publishing journals or book series. To learn more about our chapters, visit the AIB Chapter booth at the Exhibit Hall or

contact your regional chapter chair. See the “Meet Your Chapter” page for scheduled times during AIB 2014 when you can meet and talk to your regional chapter chair and members from your region. AIB would like to thank the chapter chairs listed below for their hard work and their institutions for the support they have provided to the chapters over the years.

Chapters in Asia and the Pacific

Chapters in the Middle East and Africa

Australia - New Zealand Elizabeth Rose, Aalto University [email protected]

Middle East and North Africa Melodena Balakrishnan, Univ. of Wollongong in Dubai [email protected]

China Changqi Wu, Peking University [email protected]

Sub-Saharan Africa Abel Kinoti, Riara University [email protected]

India S. Raghunath, IIM Bangalore [email protected]

Chapters in the Americas

Japan Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University [email protected] Korea Jaeyong Song, Seoul National University [email protected] Southeast Asia T.S. Chan, Lingnan University [email protected]



Canada Howard Lin, Ryerson University [email protected] Latin America William Newburry, Florida International University [email protected] Bolivia Sergio Garcia, Universidad Privada [email protected]

Chapters in Europe

US Midwest Man Zhang, Bowling Green State University [email protected]

United Kingdom and Ireland Heinz Tuselmann, Manchester Metropolitan University [email protected]

US Northeast Mohammad Niamat Elahee, Quinnipiac University [email protected]

Western Europe José Pla-Barber, University of Valencia [email protected]

US Southeast Matthew Mitchell, Drake University [email protected]

Central & Eastern Europe Lukasz Puslecki, Poznan University of Economics [email protected]

US West Gary Knight, Willamette University [email protected]

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Upcoming Chapter Meetings The list below includes all chapter meetings that were announced by the time the conference program went to press. For our continuously updated Calendar of AIB Events or to learn more about these meetings, please visit http://aib.msu.edu/events/

AIB Sub Saharan Africa Chapter Meeting August 13-15, 2014 Nairobi, Kenya

AIB Central and Eastern Europe Chapter Meeting October 9-11, 2014 Budapest, Hungary

AIB US-Southeast Chapter Meeting October 23-25, 2014 Miami, Florida, USA

AIB US-Northeast Chapter Meeting November 13-15, 2014 Providence, Rhode Island, USA

AIB Southeast Asia Chapter Meeting December 7-9, 2014 Macau, China

AIB Middle East-North Africa (MENA) Chapter Meeting January 13-15, 2015 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

AIB Latin America Chapter Meeting January 22-24, 2015 Santiago, Chile

AIB US-Midwest Chapter Meeting March 25-27, 2015 Chicago, Illinois, USA

AIB UK-Ireland Chapter Meeting April 16-18, 2015 Manchester, United Kingdom

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2014 AIB Conference   Vancouver, Canada   June 23-26

Academy of International Business

56th Annual Conference - June 27-30, 2015 Bangalore India

“Global Networks: Organizations and People” International business scholars know that the world is not flat. Ghemawat and other IB scholars have made this case in demolishing the journalistic work of Thomas Friedman. Nevertheless, something must be underpinning the powerful perception of global “flatness” among educated laymen. The answer lies in the fact that the world is increasingly connected, both in terms of scale (connectedness) and scope (connectivity). Connectedness and connectivity are fundamental requisites that underpin the interlacing megatrends that are shaping the world economy and will determine its course over the coming decades. The first megatrend is the shift from trade-in-goods to trade-in-activities. Beginning a half century ago, but accelerating rapidly over the last decade, products and services are increasingly emerging from global value chains (GVCs) that are geographically dispersed around the globe. These GVCs are orchestrated, in the main, by multinational enterprises (MNEs) and increasingly disaggregated and fine-sliced into narrow, highly specific activities that are undertaken in economic clusters. These narrow activities produce intermediates (and not complete goods or services) that compose the vast majority of all international trade today. The second megatrend is the rise of knowledge-intensive intangibles. Tangible goods and services are becoming commoditized; value is rapidly migrating out of them and into the soft intangibles that encase them. These intangibles arise from specialized knowledge activities (R&D, patents, inimitable organizational routines, software, training, brands, trademarks, customer service, etc.). This migration of value has been fueled by both the creation of new knowledge as well as the recombination and commercialization of extant knowledge. It has dramatically magnified the importance of innovation, concomitantly shortening technology lifecycles. The third megatrend is the rise of emerging markets. The number of locations where highly specific GVC activities can be performed has ballooned over the last two decades. A long list of cluster locations in Asia and South America and even some parts of Africa have become integral parts of GVCs. These locations are tightly woven into the global economy and give rise to the “flatness” perceived by many lay observers. Connectivity is operationalized in global networks through “pipelines” created and maintained by organizations like MNEs and

through personal relationships that often arise within far-flung diasporas. The three megatrends enabled by this connectivity raise fundamental research questions about the nature of the world economy in the coming decades. These questions concern immobile locations as well as mobile firms and individuals. High-level research questions relate to whether we need new theories to address the changed world of the future or whether we merely need to apply extant theories to new settings. How do emerging and developing economy locations enter GVCs? Are locations that undertake low-value, routine activities like assembly forever doomed to low value creation and relative poverty? If not, how do catch-up processes in poorer countries operate? Will advanced economies face ever-increasing inequality as their low-knowledge masses descend into poverty? Or are there processes and policies that can ameliorate such a frightening future? As leading knowledge clusters become increasingly connected to each other across national borders, what will happen to peripheral regions within advanced (e.g., the so-called “fly-over” states of Middle America) as well as emerging economies (e.g., interior China)? How do the organizational pipelines of MNEs interact with the reality of large and growing global diasporas? How do advanced economy MNEs affect catch-up processes in emerging economies? How do emerging economy MNEs enter global innovation networks? As innovation becomes increasingly important in value creation, how do MNEs leverage the potential of open innovation and globally dispersed knowledge networks? What as the implications of the three megatrends for stakeholder analysis and environmental sustainability? How do they affect corporate social responsibility and shared value strategies of MNEs? Our host city, Bangalore is particularly appropriate since it encapsulates all three megatrends in a single location. It is at once a center of high value, focused IT activities that appear within a wide range of GVCs, from avionics to financial services. It is one of the leading knowledge clusters in the world in terms of the production of knowledge-intensive intangibles, the touch of keystroke away from knowledge hubs in Europe, North America and East Asia. Finally, it is located in an emerging economy, so that one does not have to travel far from its gleaming, globally connected IT campuses to find poverty-stricken masses disconnected in every way from the global economy.

Program Chair: Ram Mudambi, Fox School of Business, Temple University Local Host: Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore Local Host Committee Chair: S. Raghunath

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The wolf emblem, representing intelligence and leadership, is featured on the Northwest coast-inspired crest for the Academy of International Business (AIB) 2014 Annual Meeting in Vancouver. The wolf is a pathfinder, the forerunner of new ideas, and a patient teacher— attributes that guide and inspire this year’s conference. Within a wolf pack, there may be individualism, but there is also a predominant sense of family.

James Michels is the highly accomplished Cree/Metis artist who created the wolf emblem for the AIB 2014 crest. His creations are held in high esteem by other artists and knowledgeable collectors. James apprenticed with acclaimed Coast Salish artist Joseph Campbell as well as spent considerable time observing various master artists at the K’san Native Art School. His bentwood boxes and stunning carved panels can be regularly viewed in most of the major galleries of Northwest Coast artwork in both Canada and the United States.

James Michels crafts unique designs on prints, boxes, panels, doors and also welcomes custom orders. He will also be attending the AIB Gala event on Wednesday, June 25, 2014.

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