The International Management Division will offer a Doctoral Student Consortium at the forthcoming Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm.
The Doctoral Student Consortium is for doctoral students interested in international management research, either as their primary or secondary field of study. We welcome participants at all stages of their dissertation including those who have already made substantial advances in their dissertation, as well as those who are in relatively early stages of writing their dissertation.
The Consortium will provide opportunities for both structured discussion and informal interaction between doctoral students and faculty panelists on research, publishing and career development. Sessions will be devoted to thesis development where participants will have the opportunity to discuss their dissertation research with faculty members. It is a networking opportunity for doctoral students to meet prominent scholars in the field of International Management as well as the opportunity to connect to peers in the field.
The IM Division Doctoral Student Consortium aims at providing feedback on students’ dissertation progress and help frame their research within a stream of literature in the area of interest.
A “Meet the Editors” session from 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm will immediately follow the IM Doctoral Student Consortium. This session will provide an opportunity to meet the editors of leading journals publishing international management research. This will be held jointly with the IM Division Junior Faculty Consortium.
William (Bill) Newburry (Florida International University)
Leigh Anne Liu (Georgia State University)
Mary Teagarden (Arizona State University)
Rebecca Piekkari (Aalto University)
Taco Reus (Erasmus University)
Lena Zander (Uppsala University)
Vikas Kumar (University of Sydney)
Xavier Martin (Tilburg University)
Dan Li (Indiana University)
Ilya Cuypers (Singapore Management University)
Riikka Sarala (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Nandini Lahiri (American University)
Interested students need to submit an application that includes the following:
(1) a nomination letter from their dissertation/thesis advisor with information on their program progress
(2) a one-page CV
(3) a brief (one page) description of their dissertation including information about (a) research question, (b) relevant literature, (c) dependent and principal independent variables, and hypotheses, (d) methodology, (e) data (if available), and (f) contributions and implications.
The deadline for applications is May 15, 2017.
Please send the required materials to Ajai Gaur at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading, “IM Division Doctoral Student Consortium Application“.
If you have specific questions about the IM Doctoral Student Consortium, send an email to email@example.com
Please note: Those who have completed their dissertation and are getting ready to start faculty positions in 2017 should apply for the IM division’s Junior Faculty Consortium instead.
The International Management Division will conduct a Junior Faculty Consortium on Saturday, August 5th from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at the 2017 Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
Did you defend your dissertation in the last 1-5 years? Are you thinking about how to publish, earn tenure, and make a mark in the field of IM/IB research? Then, the JFC is for you.
The consortium will provide an opportunity for faculty early in their careers to engage in structured discussion and informal interaction around academic careers, research and teaching, with senior faculty from around the world. It is an excellent forum for exchanging ideas about research/teaching strategies and professional development, and an outstanding opportunity to expand your academic network.
This year’s JFC will include presentations and panel discussions with senior faculty, combined with informal round table discussions in rotating groups. We will cover aspects related to building a career in the IM/IB field; getting tenure; developing a reputation as an impactful IB/IM scholar; developing a research/publishing strategy; and maintaining a productive balance among research, teaching, and service.
The JFC will conclude with a “Meet-the-Editors” session for participants from 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm to meet editors of leading journals publishing international management research. This will be a joint session with the other consortium groups.
Senior Faculty Panelists:
Heather Berry, Co-Chair (George Washington University)
Udo Zander, Co-Chair (Stockholm School of Economics)
John Mezias (University of Miami)
Mariko Sakakibara (UCLA)
Tamer Cavusgil (Georgia State University)
Daphne Yiu (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Martine Haas (University of Pennsylvania)
Aks Zaheer (University of Minnesota)
To apply, please submit your application to Heather Berry at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for applications is May 22, 2017.
Applications must include:
(1) a nomination letter from your Department Head or Dean,
(2) a one page description of your research interests (research questions, relevant literature, primary methodological approaches used), and
(3) a CV that includes full contact information (five-page maximum).
The International Management Division is organizing a Mid-Career Faculty Consortium (MFC) on Saturday, August 5 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the 2017 Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
The MFC is for tenured faculty who want to reflect strategically about their career progress. A panel of distinguished faculty will address strategies to develop, renew or maintain MFC participants’ ability to lead a rewarding career. The panelists will discuss professional challenges, problems, and opportunities facing faculty post-tenure and the challenges on the road to becoming a Full Professor.
Panelists will share views on topics ranging from publishing high quality international research, editorial roles, sabbaticals, leadership in professional organizations, changing institutions, executive education, conference organization, administrative roles, and working with doctoral students. The expertise of the panelists encompasses both macro and micro approaches to international research, as well as deep knowledge pertaining to a variety of areas around the world. The session will be facilitated to be highly interactive.
Tentative Format of the Consortium
Lunch with opportunities for informal networking
Presentations on specific topics by invited panelists and Q&A session
Small group discussions led by invited panelists
Jaeyong Song, Chair (Seoul National University)
Chris Ahmadjian (Hitotsubashi University)
Keith Brouthers (King’s College London)
Tarun Khanna (Harvard University)
Kendall Roth (University of South Carolina)
Eleanor Westney (MIT)
To ensure this Consortium is an effective exchange forum, we wish to limit registration to 25 participants. If interested, please apply by sending an e-mail message (with “IM Mid-Career Consortium” in the subject line) to Jaeyong Song at email@example.com by May 15, 2017.
Please make sure to include the following in your application:
1. Your name
2. The university and college you are employed at
3. Rank or stage of your career
4. Brief letter indicating the reasons for your interest in participating in this consortium and specific questions you may have for the panelists
The International Management Division will offer a Paper Development Workshop at the forthcoming Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
The purpose of this PDW is to provide scholars with developmental feedback on their current research papers in the field of international management. The PDW is open to all scholars, but preference will be given to doctoral students and early career academics. While we hope that many of the participating papers will be eventually submitted to top journals that publish work in the field of international management, the purpose of the PDW is broader: to improve the quality of international management research by providing quality feedback, and to bring new scholars into the field.
Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a group discussion facilitated by one or more senior scholars familiar with the topic and/or methods used. Furthermore, senior faculty members will provide detailed feedback to authors, including suggestions on how to improve their papers. Please note that, to ensure a high quality of interaction, space will be limited.
Africa Ariño (IESE Business School)
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra (Northeastern University)
Jonathan Doh (Villanova University)
Igor Filatotchev (City University London)
Klaus Meyer (China Europe International Business School)
Elizabeth Rose (University of Otago)
Jaeyong Song (Seoul National University)
Steve Tallman (University of Richmond)
Alain Verbeke (University of Calgary)
Eleanor Westney (MIT Sloan School of Management)
Interested applicants must include the following in their applications:
(1) your CV
(2) a paper that you would like to receive feedback on (25 pages of text maximum, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font or equivalent)
The deadline for applications is May 15, 2017.
Please send the required materials to Felipe Monteiro at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading, “IM Division Paper Development Workshop Application”.
If you have specific questions about the IM Division Paper Development Workshop, please send an email to email@example.com.
Please note: We are limited in our physical space, so acceptance in this consortium is by application only.
Click here for past IM Division Consortia & Paper Development Workshops information.
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