“Contemporary Issues in International Business: Are we seeing the tail-end of globalization?”

14 12 2016

AS: I thought I would bring the attention of my readers to an International Business conference that is receptive to historical research.

The John H. Dunning Centre for International Business at the Henley Business School (University of Reading) is pleased to invite submission of papers for the 44th Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland Chapter) Conference and 6th Reading International Business Conference on 6-8 April 2017 at Henley Business School, University of Reading. The theme for the conference is “Contemporary Issues in International BusinessAre we seeing the tail-end of globalization?” 

We intend to maintain the Reading tradition of open-ended debates and interactive plenary sessions. Confirmed speakers include: Snehal Awate (IBS), Sjoerd Beugelsdijk (Groningen), Italo Colantone (Bocconi), Jonathan Doh (Villanova), Fabienne Fortanier (OECD), Elisa Giuliani (Pisa), Dana Minbaeva (CBS).

Submissions are welcome in all areas of International Business.

Deadline for submission for Main Conference has been extended to 6 January 2017

Deadline for submission for Doctoral Colloquium and panel proposals is on 24 January 2017For details and guidelines on the doctoral colloquium go to our website

Proposals for special tracks and panel sessions are welcome and should be sent to aibuki2017@henley.ac.uk, by January 24th 2017.

The conference will begin in the afternoon of the 6th April 2017 with the Conference Welcome and Opening Plenary at 5.30 pm. It will close by 5pm on the 8th April 2017.  The Doctoral Consortium will be held on the afternoon of 6 April 2017.

For further details and submission details see here :





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