Day 1

Thursday 10th December

Preliminary program

Doctoral Activities at EIBA 2020:

Doctoral Events are aimed at providing an opportunity for young doctoral students to discuss their research plans and works-in-progress, as well as gaining networking and career guidance experience. Two doctoral events will be conducted on 10 December 2020. Participation at the EIBA doctoral events is limited. More information is available below! Please note that to participate in the doctoral activities, you must be registered for the conference.

34th EIBA/EIASM John H. Dunning Doctoral Tutorial in International Business (JHD-DT)

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9th EIBA/EIASM Danny Van Den Bulcke Doctoral Symposium in International Business(DVDB-DS)

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(Download call for papers for both activitites)

Junior Faculty Activities: 6th EIBA Early Career Network Workshop:

The 6th EIBA Early Career Network Workshop will be an opportunity for junior scholars to interact in a half day workshop relating to their careers and research.

Please note that to participate in the junior faculty activities you must be registered for the conference.

6th EIBA Early Career Network Workshop (Download call for papers)

Paper Development Workshops (PDWs) at EIBA:

A series of PDWs will be held by various journals, including International Business Review (which is the official EIBA journal). Information on each journal’s submission requirements and the process of submission is in each call below.  Please note that to participate in the PDW activities you must be registered for the conference.

International Business Review (Download call for papers)

Journal of International Business Policy (Download call for papers)

Journal of International Business Studies (Download call for papers)

EIBA 2020 Opening Plenary

Implications of Covid-19 for International Business

Alain Verbeke (Chair)

Vitor Simoes
Timothy M. Devinney
Ana Teresa Tavares-Lehmann
Grazia Santangelo

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