AIB-SE 2020 Virtual Conference – Session Schedule Draft

Thursday, October 22 – Friday, October 23rd, 2020

Session 0.1.1 – Consortium – Thursday – 9:00am-12:00pm ET

Doctoral Consortium

John R. McIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology

Kelly Hewett, University of Tennessee

 

Session 0.1.2 – Consortium – Thursday – 9:00am-12:00pm ET

All Faculty Consortium

            Peter Magnusson, University of Alabama

Len J. Treviño, Florida Atlantic University

 

Session 0.1.3 – Meeting – Thursday – 9:00am-12:00pm ET

X-Culture Strategy Session

 

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Session 0.1.4 – Interactive – Thursday – 11:00am-12:15pm ET

Session Chair: Kaveh Moghaddam, University of Houston-Victoria

 

#25 Does Family Involvement Help Small Migrant Entrepreneurships Continue?

            Zonghui (Zoey) Li, Jacksonville University

Doug Johansen, Jacksonville University

 

#41 Fame or Effort? The Determinants of Celebrity Entrepreneurs’ Success

Chin-Wen Chang, Fu Jen Catholic University/Bachelor’s Program in Business Management & Social Enterprise Research Center

Sheng-Hsiung Chang, Department of International Business, Tamkang University

 

#56 Motivating Entrepreneurial Activity: The Impact of Human Capital and Corruption – A Regional Approach

            Charles Edward Bryant, Florida Tech

Rajshekhar (Raj) G. Javalgi, Walsh University

 

#78 Shared Work Spaces and its potential Impact on Fueling Entrepreneurial Motivation, Opportunities, and Success in Developing Economies.

            Reccia Charles, St. George’s University

Nazly Katherine Nardi, Purdue Global University

 

#84 Entrepreneurial Characteristics, Entry Mode Choice and International Performance: An Analysis of high-technology Firms in Spain

            Meysam Manesh, Fayetteville State University

Assad Tavakoli, Fayetteville State University

 

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Session 0.2.1 – Workshop – Thursday – 1:00pm-3:00pm ET

 

An Interacitve Workshop on Teaching International Business

  1. Tamer Cavusgil, Georgia State University

Ilke Kardes, Valdosta State University

Gary Knight, Willamette University

John Riesenberger, Consilium Partner

 

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Session 0.3.1 – Workshop – Thursday – 3:30pm-5:30pm ET

 

A Research Methods Workshop on Event Studies

            Stewart Miller, University of Texas at San Antonio

Sarfraz Kahn, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

 

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Session 0.3.2 – Interactive – Thursday – 3:30pm-4:45pm ET

Session Chair: Sarah Ku, Georgia State University

 

#36 From Robots to Humanoids: Ethical View of a New Breed of Robots, Chatbots, Digital Avatars, Sixth Sense, And AI Social Agents

            Loucace Dorcas Ampe-Nda, University of the District of Columbia

Barbara Ann Payne, University of the District of Columbia

Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

#42 Exploring Relationships between Cognitive Load and Student Performance in Online Learning Environments

Brea Ellis, University of the District of Columbia

Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

#43 Navigating the Fintech-Cleantech Landscape in Developing Countries

            Ivanna Kovalchuk, University of the District of Columbia

Amit Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

 

#45 Why LASSI? Impact of Learning Styles on Student Performance

            Katherine Garrison, University of the District of Columbia

Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

#47 Examining University Students’ Multitasking Behavior with Online Learning

            Terssa Kassahun, University of the District of Columbia

Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

#61 Internet of Things (IoT) and the Global Shipping & Freight Industry: A Qualitative Analysis in the Emerging Market Context of China

            Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University

Sarah Beth Scott, Florida Gulf Coast University

Meghan Fricke, Florida Gulf Coast University

Austin Radin, Florida Gulf Coast University

Joseph Visone, Florida Gulf Coast University

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Session 0.3.3 – Interactive – Thursday – 3:30pm-4:45pm ET

Session Chair: Clark Johnson, Pepperdine University

 

#91 Institutional schisms: The impact of intergovernmental organizations on formal and informal entrepreneurship

            Jonathan Doh, Northeastern University

Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

Kristin Brandl, University of Victoria

 

#99 Does R&D Internationalization Cultivate Enterprises’ National/Industry Standard-Setting?

            Xun Zhang, Hohai University

Biao Xu, Nanjing University

 

#63 Structural Complexity of Customer Base and Firm Performance: The Role of International Marketing Capability

            Kyuyeong Choi, Florida State University

Daekwan Kim, Florida State University

 

#38 TOROOTS: FINDING CUSTOMER VALUE PROPOSITION USING TECHNOLOGY

            Prashant Salwan, Indian Institute of Management Indore

Shailesh Pandey, University of Pune

 

#81 New Product Market Entry Scale, Foreign Ownership, Copycats and Firm Performance: Evidence from China

            Rajeev Sawant, Florida Atlantic University

Jing Liu, Northern Kentucky University

Bi-Juan Zhong, Baruch College, CUNY

 

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Welcome Reception – Thursday – 6:00pm-7:00pm ET

 

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Session 1.1.1 – Panel – Friday – 8:00am-9:15am ET

 

#31 Gender in International Business Research: Addressing the Importance and Overcoming the Obstacles Sponsored by WAIB

            Amir Shoham, Temple University

Ofra Bazel-Shoham, Temple University

Alex Berman, St. John’s University

Amanda Budde-Sung, U.S. Air Force Academy

William Newburry, Florida International University

 

 

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Session 1.1.2 – Interactive – Friday – 8:00am-9:15am ET

Session Chair: Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

#15 The intersection of Cultural Intelligence, Psychological Safety, and Global Virtual Teamwork in Generation Z Individuals

            Tyler Christopher Batiste, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

David S. Baker, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

 

#83 Managing Public Attitudes through CSR Marketing

            Trish Kalis, University of Florida

 

#32 Do Cultural Differences within a Country Matter? The Influence of Contextual Factors on the Initial Phases of the COVID-19 Outbreak in the United States

            Wolfgang Messner, University of South Carolina

Sarah Payson, University of South Carolina

 

#70 The Antecedents of Economic Complexity

            Olympia Maria Nakos, University of Georgia

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Session 1.1.3 – Competitive – Friday – 8:00am-9:15am ET

Session Chair: Edward O. Akoto, Henderson State University

 

#6 Intercultural Negotiations: Examining Change in Processing, Attitudes, and Intentions by Evaluating Competing Theories

            Clark Johnson, Pepperdine University

Carl P Maertz, University of Louisville

Mark Arnold, Saint Louis University

Brittney Bauer, Loyola University New Orleans

 

#10 Diversity, Innovation, and Internationalization: Complementary or Competing activities in Latin America?

            Anne Marie Zwerg-Villegas, Universidad de La Sabana

Cesar A. Bernal-Torres, Universidad de La Sabana

Ulf Thoene, Universidad de La Sabana

Fernando Camacho, independent

Luz H. Guzmán, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua

Efrain Torralba-Chavez, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua

 

#62 Profiles of Culture, Team Orientation and Contribution to the Team

            Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Edward O. Akoto, Henderson State University

 

#77 Individual cultural value orientations and work-related attitudes: Do work value fit and generational differences matter?

            Ru-Shiun Liou, The University of Tampa

Jun Yang, Fort Hays State University

Chun-sheng Yu, University of Houston-Victoria

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Session 1.1.4 – Competitive – Friday – 8:00am-9:15am ET

Session Chair: Malika Richards, Pennsylvania State University

 

#9 The Gender Gap Paradox in Entrepreneurship: A Cross-Country Investigation

            Veselina Vracheva, Chapman University

Irina Stoyneva, Thomas Jefferson University

 

#79 Youth Perceived Entrepreneurship Feasibility/Desirability:  A Cross-Level and Cross-National Study of Family Support

            Kaveh Moghaddam, University of Houston-Victoria

Amirhossein Maleki, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Peggy Cloninger, University of Houston-Victoria

 

#89 The Effects Of Trade Integration On Formal And Informal Entrepreneurship: The Moderating Role of Economic Development

            Elizabeth Moore, Northeastern University

Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

Santiago Mingo, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez

 

#93 Does Entrepreneurial Activity Help Everyone Win? The Effects Of Formal And Informal Entrepreneurship On Economic Growth And Inequality

            Jonathan Doh, Villanova University

Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

Elizabeth Moore, Northeastern University

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Session 1.2.1 – Panel – Friday – 9:30am-10:45am ET

 

#50 Teaching and Research with X-Culture: interactive discussions using breakout rooms

            Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

Peter Magnusson, University of Alabama

Amit Arora, University of the District of Columbia

Karen Lynden, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Alexander Assouad, Belmont University

David S. Baker, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Reccia Charles, St. George’s University

Timothy Muth, Florida Tech

Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University

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Session 1.2.2 – Panel – Friday – 9:30am-10:45am ET

 

#24 Engaging Undergraduate Students through Service Learning Projects

            Priscila Alfaro-Barrantes, Nichols College

Jean Beaupré, Nichols College

Cary Cyr, Nichols College

Eliza Phillips, Nichols College

Zoe Adams, Nichols College

Amanda Simco, Nichols College

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Session 1.2.3 – Competitive – Friday – 9:30am-10:45am ET

Session Chair: Susan Gupta, Monmouth University

 

#33 Back to the Individual: Using Support Curves to Measure Cultural Differences

            Wolfgang Messner, University of South Carolina

 

#29 The Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility Contents on Consumers’ Purchase and Referral Intentions: The Role of Brand Conspicuousness

            Xixi Li, Saint Louis University

Chuandi Jiang, Emporia State University

 

#54 FOMO “Fear of Missing Out”;  Association with Cultural Dimensions and Media Usage

            Faren Karimkhan, Florida State University

Sindy Chapa, Florida State University

 

#67 Multiple Instance of Negative Publicity: How do Consumers React?

            Berna Basar, Baruch College, CUNY

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Session 1.2.4 – X-Culture – Friday – 9:30am-10:45am ET

X-Culture Session 1

 

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Session 1.3.1 – Keynote and Lunch – Friday – 11:00am-12:15pm ET

Keynote Address

            Ahmet Bozer, former Executive Vice President of The Coca-Cola Company

 

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Session 1.4.1 – Panel – Friday – 12:30pm-1:45pm ET

 

#20 Women in Academia

            Malika Richards, Pennsylvania State University

Saba Colakoglu, Georgia Institute of Technology

Marjorie A. Lyles, Florida International University

Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford

Deli Yang, Trinity University

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Session 1.4.2 – Panel – Friday – 12:30pm-1:45pm ET

 

#73 Developing IB Research on International and Transnational Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Emerging Markets

            Kaveh Moghaddam, University of Houston-Victoria

George Nakos, Clayton State University

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Session 1.4.3 – Competitive – Friday – 12:30pm-1:45pm ET

Session Chair: Brittney Bauer, Loyola University New Orleans

 

#3 You’re not a Teetotaler, are You? A Cross-Cultural Framework of Nonalcoholic Wine Consumption Motives and Outcomes

            Clark Johnson, Pepperdine University

Yunmei Kuang, Saint Louis University

Nicolas Jankuhn, Saint Louis University

 

#40 Trust Propensity across Cultures: The Role of Collectivism

            Stanford Westjohn, University of Alabama

Peter Magnusson, University of Alabama

George Franke, University of Alabama

Yi Peng, Tennessee Tech University

 

#69 Effects of Income and Financial Strain on Risky Behavior in the world of COVID-19, A Comparison Across USA and Canada

            Michael Frechette, Sacred Heart University

Tim Reilly, Sacred Heart University

 

#86 The Emergence of Consumer Xenocentrism: The Role of Disidentification

            Xixi Li, Saint Louis University

Chuandi Jiang, Emporia State University

Brad Carlson, Saint Louis University

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Session 1.4.4 – Competitive – Friday – 12:30pm-1:45pm ET

Session Chair: Elizabeth Napier, University of Toledo

 

 

#4 Market Expansion And Global Strategic Moves At Ireland’s Timber Croc Christopher Robertson, Northeastern University

            Sanjay Lote, Northeastern University

 

#27 Unpacking Cultural Intelligence: Cultivating Ethnorelativism in International Business Education

            Ru-Shiun Liou, The University of Tampa

Shaista Nisar, The University of Tampa

Kevin Lee, The University of Tampa

Deirdre Dixon, University of Tampa

Julie Pennington, The University of Tampa

 

#39 Toroots: Digital Strategy

            Prashant Salwan, Indian Institute of Management Indore

Shailesh Pandey, University of Pune

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Session 1.5.1 – AIB Fellows Panel – Friday – 2:00pm-3:15pm ET

 

#87 COVID-19, Globalization, and the Future of International Business – Perspectives from AIB Fellows

            Jonathan Doh, Villanova University

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern University

Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M

Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

Arjen Van Witteloostuijn, Vrije Universiteit & University of Antwerp

George Yip, Imperial College

 

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Session 1.5.2 – Interactive – Friday – 2:00pm-3:15pm ET

Session Chair: Luis Camacho, SUNY Empire State College

 

#16 Four Factor Cultural Intelligence as an antecedent to Virtual International Sales Team Coaching Success and Failure:  A Qualitative Exploration

            David S. Baker, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Valerie McGehee, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

 

#23 Female CEO Leadership: Viewing Global Strategy through A Systems Archetype Lens

            Franzelle Pertilla, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

 

#35 Integration of international student  through technology

            Daniel Gulanowski, Carleton University

Luciara Nardon, Carleton University

 

#85 US COVID-19 Crisis- Evidence of Uncaptured Synergies

            Dina Abdelzaher, University of Houston Clear Lake

 

#92 Impact of Roles on Language, Communications, and Leadership:  an Overlooked and Hidden Dimension in Social Systems?

            Sergey Ivanov, University of the District of Columbia

 

#46 Assessing the Role of Cultural Awareness in International Business Education

            Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford

Annette Rogers, University of Hartford

QuynhTrang Nguyen, University of Hartford

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Session 1.5.3 – Interactive – Friday – 2:00pm-3:15pm ET

Session Chair: Philip Boutin, Eastern Kentucky University

 

#7 Twilight Research: Evidence from NIS Academic Ghostwriters

            Anna Svirina, Kazan National Research Technical University

 

#13 USA-Latin American experiential learning project:  What’s in it for us?

            Anne Marie Zwerg-Villegas, Universidad de La Sabana

George L. Hiller, University of Richmond

 

#19 Soft skills demand: A quantitative content analysis of business job offers

            Juan Pablo Roman-Calderon, Universidad EAFIT

Cristina Robledo-Ardila, Universidad EAFIT

Estefania Zuluaga-Quintero, Universidad EAFIT

Sara Isabel Marin-Zapata, Universidad EAFIT

Maria Alejandra Jaramillo-Serna, Universidad EAFIT

 

#49 Experiential Learning in Class: The use of Self-Collected Case Study Approach for Company’s Cultural Awareness Analysis

            Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford

Annette Rogers, University of Hartford

Irina Volkova, Federal Research University – Higher School of Economics

 

#57 How much do international business students care about the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations?

            Maria del Mar Bravo-Martinez, University of Almeria

Raquel Antolin-Lopez, University of Almeria

Nieves Garcia-de-Frutos, University of Almeria

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Session 1.5.4 – X-Culture – Friday – 2:00pm-3:15pm ET

 

X-Culture Session 2

 

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Session 1.6.1 – Workshop – Friday – 3:30pm-4:45pm ET

 

The Mechanics of Case Teaching For International Business: An Interactive Workshop

            George Yip, Imperial College Business School

 

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Session 1.6.2 – Interactive – Friday – 3:30pm-4:45pm ET

Session Chair: Jun Yang, Fort Hays State University

 

#26 Who benefits from international tourism?: Value capture in the lodging industry on small Pacific islands

            Tolga Ulusemre, Hawaii Pacific University

Wendy Lam, Hawaii Pacific University

 

#58 Corporate Governance Conflicts: Educational Case Studies on Russian Firms

            Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford

Irina Berezinets, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State        University

Yulia Ilina, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University

Dilyara Bespiatova, Gazprom Neft PJSC

 

#82 Emerging Market Multinationals and Regional Industry Consolidation Worldwide: Insights form the World’s Largest Bakery Business Group.

            Eduardo Jarque, Japan Center for Latin American Studies

 

#88 The Janus Face of China’s Engagement in Africa: A Case Study

            Marta White, Georgia State University

Mourad Dakhli, Georgia State University

 

#65 ICT Innovation Hubs in Nigeria: Recent Advances, New Prospects and  Applications

Festa Ndutimi Okrigwe, African Institute for Science Policy and Innovation, Obafemi Awolowo University

Timothy Oyebisi, African Institute for Science Policy and Innovation, Obafemi Awolowo University

Johnson Okorhi, National Center for Technology Management

Abiodun Egbetokun, National Center for Technology Management

 

#55 Intra-Firm And Inter-Firm Knowledge Management: An Exploratory Case Study of Indian Power Sector’s Key Players NTPC, BHEL And Power Grid Corporation of India

            Prashant Salwan, Indian Institute of Management Indore

Siddharth Mittal, Indian Institute of Management Indore

 

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Session 1.6.3 – Interactive – Friday – 3:30pm-4:45pm ET

Session Chair: Michael Frechette, Sacred Heart University

 

#5 Explaining Speed of Internationalization Via Affective Conflict and Uncertainty

  1. Volkan Ozbek, Trinity University

 

#80 The Impact of Risk Management Experience on Expansion Decisions in Conflict Zones and the Effect on Firm Performance

            Dina Abdelzaher, University of Houston Clear Lake

Nora Ramadan, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University

 

#94 The Expansion of Russian Electricity and Aluminium Firms in Emerging Markets: The South Caucasus

            Samir Balakishi, University of Bristol

 

#12 Sovereign Wealth Funds: Conflicting Goals and An Existential Crisis

            Alex Sharland, University of South Alabama

 

#11 Accumulating Social Capital, Economic or Social Purpose?  A Comparison of Social Media Usage In Russia And The USA

            Alex Sharland, University of South Alabama

Liudmilla Fedko, Far Eastern Federal University

 

#28 A global framework of functional and social benefits to promote sustainable buyer-supplier partnerships

            Sandra Graca, Eckerd College

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Session 1.6.4 – X-Culture – Friday – 3:30pm-4:45pm ET

 

X-Culture Session 3

 

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Session 1.7.1 – Panel – Friday – 5:00pm-6:15pm ET

 

#21 Experiential Exercises in Entrepreneurship

            Malika Richards, Penn State University

Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford

Arkangel Cordero, University of Texas at San Antonio

Paula Englis, Berry College

Luis Martinez, Trinity University

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Session 1.7.2 – Panel – Friday – 5:00pm-6:15pm ET

 

AIB-SE Fellows: IB Pedagogy in the Time of COVID-19

            Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University

Robert Engle, Quinnipiac University

John McIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology

Matthew Mitchell, Drake University

George Nakos, Clayton State University

Irina Naoumova, University of Hartford

William Renforth, Angelo State University

Vasyl Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

John Rushing, Barry University

 

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Session 1.7.3 – Competitive – Friday – 5:00pm-6:15pm ET

Session Chair: Anne-Marie Zwerg Villegas, Universidad de La Sabana

 

#22 Aligning Sustainability and Competitiveness  in International Supply Chains: A Consumer  Driven Approach

            Wolfgang Veit, TH Koeln

Susann Kowalski, TH-Koeln.

 

#18 Global Supply Chain Management Research: Bibliometric Analysis

            Amy Sophia Villegas-Zwerg, Bryant University

 

#44 How Social Robotics Impact Humans? Exploring Artificial Intelligence and Social Robotics

            Jada Foy, University of the District of Columbia

Lizeth Castro, University of the District of Columbia

Dustin Scott, University of the District of Columbia

Anshu Arora, University of the District of Columbia

 

#51 The Greener, the Better: Effect of Internal Carbon Pricing on Profitability of Multinational Enterprise

            Jialu Ma, The George Washington University

Masoud Kavoossi, Howard University

 

#68 When Do Firms With A New CEO Engage In More M&As? Do The Stock Market Reactions Around Her Appointment Matter?

            Mahmood Aidli, HEC Montréal

Caterina Moschieri, IE Business School

Marie-Ann Betschinger, HEC Montréal

Olivier Bertrand, Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV/EBAPE

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Session 1.7.4 – Competitive – Friday – 5:00pm-6:15pm ET

Session Chair: Wendy Ritz, Florida State University Panama City

 

#64 Exploring the role of governance on urban sustainability and city livability in European cities

            Raquel Antolin-Lopez, University of Almeria

Maria del Mar Martinez-Bravo, University of Almeria

Javier Martinez-del-rio, University of Almeria

 

#17 Linguistic Distance, Preparation, and Affect: Cross-Border Communications For MNE Executives

            Stewart Miller, University of Texas – San Antonio

Steven Hyde, Boise State University

Eric Bachura, University of Texas – San Antonio

Dina Krasikova, University of Texas – San Antonio

 

#52 The Crossroads of ESG and Religious Screening on Firm Risk

            Andrea Paltrinieri, University of Udine

Mohammad Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans

Laura Chiaramonte, University of Verona

Alberto Dreassi, University of Trieste

Stefano Piserà, University of Udine

 

#53 A Bibliometric review of cryptocurrencies as a financial asset

            Andrea Paltrinieri, University of Udine

Ilan Alon, University of Agder

Raja Nabeel-Ud-Din Jalal, University ‘G. D’Annunzio’ Chieti

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Session 1.7.5 – X-Culture – Friday – 5:00pm-6:15pm ET

 

X-Culture Session 4

 

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Farewell Reception with Award Announcement – Friday – 6:30pm-7:30pm ET

 

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