IM Division Consortia & Paper Development Workshop 2019

For AOM 2019, the chairs of the IM Division Consortia & Paper Development Workshop are: Jesper Edman (Waseda U.) for the Doctoral Student Consortium (DSC), Tatiana Kostova (U. of South Carolina) for the Junior Faculty Consortium (JFC), and Nandini Lahiri (American U.) for the Paper Development Workshop (PDW). Consortia participants will also attend our division’s “Meet the IM Editors” session which will be chaired by Prithwiraj Choudhury (Harvard Business School).

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Jesper Edman | DSC Chair

DSC Faculty Panelists:

  • Ilya Cuypers (Singapore Management U.)
  • Rekha Krishnan (Simon Frasier U.)
  • Vikas Kumar (U. of Sydney)
  • Alvaro Cuervo Cazurra (Northeastern U.)
  • Valentina Marano (Northeastern U.)
  • Dan Li (Indiana U.)
  • Elizabeth Maitland (U. of Liverpool)
Tatiana Kostova | JFC Chair

JFC Faculty Panelists:

  • Jay Barney (U. of Utah)
  • Sjoerd Beugelsdijk (U. of Groningen)
  • Christine Chan (U. of Hong Kong)
  • Luis Dau (Northeastern U.)
  • Jonathan Doh (Villanova U.)
  • Raj Echambadi (Northeastern U.)
  • Tarun Khanna (Harvard U.)
  • Kendall Roth (U. of South Carolina)
  • Robert Salomon (New York U.)
  • Sri Zaheer (U. of Minnesota)
  • Martine Haas (U. of Pennsylvania)
  • Julian Birkinshaw (London Business School)
Nandini Lahiri | PDW Chair

PDW Faculty Panelists:

  • Sinziana Dorobantu (New York U.)
  • Alex Eapen (Australian National U.)
  • Elisa Alvarez Garrido (U. of South Carolina)
  • Srividya Jandhyala (ESSEC Business School)
  • Amol Joshi (Oregon State U.)
  • Randi Lunnan (BI Norwegian Business School)
  • Anu Phene (George Washington U.)
  • Elizabeth Rose (Leeds U. Business School)
  • Grazia Santangelo (Copenhagen Business School)
  • Charles Stevens (Lehigh University)
  • Xiaohua Yang (University of San Francisco)
  • Yingqi (Annie) Wei (Leeds U. Business School)
Prithwiraj Choudhury
“Meet the IM Editors” Session Chair

Call for Applications [DSC]

International Management Division (IM) Doctoral Student Consortium (DSC) 2019

IM Division DSC Chair: Jesper Edman (Waseda University)

The International Management (IM) Division will offer a Doctoral Student Consortium at this year’s Academy of Management Meeting in Boston, MA, on Saturday, August 10th, between 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The Doctoral Student Consortium is designed for current PhD students with an interest in international management as either their primary or secondary field of inquiry. We welcome participants from all stages of the PhD program to attend, regardless of whether you’ve only just recently joined or are close to finishing up.

The consortium will offer both structured and informal
discussion between participants and faculty panelists on research, job
opportunities, and early stage career strategies. A substantial amount of time
will also be set-aside for dissertation development, featuring one-on-one
feedback from faculty in small groups. This is both an excellent opportunity to
get valuable feedback on your work, as well as a chance to network and get to
know your fellow doctoral students, as well as leading scholars in the
International Management field.

Immediately following the consortium, participants will be invited to a “Meet the Editors” between 4:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. This session will provide an invaluable opportunity to hear directly from Editors at some of the leading journals in the field of International Management. This session will be held jointly with the IM Division Junior Faculty Consortium.

To apply, please submit application materials to by May 10, 2019. Your application should include the following:

  • 1-page nomination letter from your advisor/chair
  • A description of your dissertation idea, including your research
    question, relevant literature, research design, and methods (Maximum 2 pages)
  • Curriculum Vitae, including relevant contact information
    (Maximum 2 pages)

If you have any questions about the consortium or the
application, please contact

Please note: Those who have completed their dissertations and are getting ready to start faculty positions in 2019 should apply to the IM Division’s Junior Faculty Consortium instead.

Faculty Panelists:

Call for Applications [JFC]

International Management Division (IM) Junior Faculty Consortium (JFC) 2019

IM JFC Chair: Tatiana Kostova (U. of South Carolina)

The International Management Division will conduct a Junior Faculty Consortium (JFC) on August 10, 2019 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts. The Consortium will take place off-site, at Northeastern University.

JFC is designed for junior colleagues who have defended their dissertation in the last 1-5 years and are facing the challenges of building successful academic careers in the field of International Management (IM). It will provide a unique opportunity for junior faculty to engage in a conversation around the key issues of careers, research, publishing, teaching, and service with leaders in our field from around the world. The senior faculty panel includes deans and administrators, editors and editorial board members, distinguished scholars and educators, as well as successful mid-career colleagues who will offer their insights and advice on these important issues. Through a combination of structured panels, round table discussions, and informal interactions, we will tackle the questions of risks and opportunities of choosing a career in IM, getting tenure, building a scholarly reputation, developing a research/publishing strategy for greater impact on the field, and maintaining a healthy balance between research, teaching, and service. The Consortium will conclude with a “Meet-the-Editors” session starting at 4.00 pm where together with the Doctoral Student Consortium, participants will hear directly from the editors of the leading journals in the field of International Management.

To apply, please submit your application by May 10, 2019 to Tatiana Kostovaat

should include the following (compiled in one file):

  • A nomination letter from your
    Department Head or Dean
  • A one-to-two-page description of your
    research interests (research questions, relevant literature, primary
  • A CV with full contact information
    (two-page maximum)

PDW Faculty Panelists:

Call for Applications [PDW]

International Management (IM) Division Paper Development Workshop (PDW) 2019

IM PDW Chair: Nandini Lahiri

The IM Division will conduct a Paper Development Workshop (PDW) at the forthcoming Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, MA, on Saturday, August 10th, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Participants will get a chance to get candid and developmental feedback from several senior, highly experienced scholars. As the purpose of this PDW is to provide junior scholars with developmental feedback on their research, papers submitted must fit under the International Management mandate. While priority will be given to junior scholars, all are welcome to apply. Applicants from other fields trying to internationalize their research are also welcome.

Submission instructions:

Submit the following to by June 14, 2019:

  • CV and a complete paper. The paper may be a
    newly completed paper which could use a senior scholar’s eye or one that has
    been rejected and needs guidance.

Participants will be notified about the acceptance of their submissions by June 21, 2019. Please note that you need to be registered for the AOM Boston conference in order to participate in this PDW.

PDW Faculty Panelists:

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