2017 Doctoral Student Consortium

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2017 Doctoral Consortium Workshop

Call for Applications

Thursday, October 26, 2017, 9:00 – 12:00 p.m.

Submission Deadline: September 8, 2017

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Chair: John McIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology

The Doctoral Consortium will focus on Ph.D. students in international business, marketing, sustainability, supply chain management, logistics, management, finance and accounting. The faculty panel will include a number of accomplished and upcoming international business scholars who have an extensive publication record, have served as editors or are members of the editorial boards of leading academic journals, and have experience in supervising doctoral students.

The consortium will provide a unique opportunity for doctoral students to further develop their research ideas, to learn about the challenges of conducting international business research and building a successful academic career in this field, and to broaden their professional networks. The Doctoral Consortium is a workshop for Ph.D. students from all over the world to further develop their research ideas, to learn about the challenges of conducting business research and building a successful academic career in their field, and to broaden their professional networks.

Consistent with the developmental mission of AIB-SE, the consortium is open for first-year Ph.D. students as well as more advanced Ph.D. students who are in the dissertation phase. Ideally, students should have a strong research idea or be close to completing a thesis proposal, and be far enough away from finishing the thesis that they can make good use of feedback received during the consortium.

The consortium will be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 9:00 am to 12:00 p.m., as part of the AIB-SE conference. Although each participant will be required to register for the Annual Meeting, there are no additional fees for participating in this consortium.

Please apply to the consortium through the AIB-SE 2017 Online Submission System.

This is the submission system that you used to submit a regular paper to the conference (if you submitted one). Please select interactive in submission type and Doctoral Student Consortium  in track.Then you are forced to fill the boxes and complete all checks, even though these are not completely relevant for your consortium submission. For example, the submission is not supposed to be anonymous, but you must check that it is.

Application Content Requirements:

Please combine all the following materials into one pdf file.

  1. Your curriculum vitae
  2. A short BIO (not more than 100 words)
  3. One-page summary of your dissertation proposal or your expected dissertation topic.

Please submit above requirements as a single pdf file. The deadline to apply is September 8, 2017. Applicants will be notified of the acceptance decisions by September 15, 2017.  All applicants must register for the conference by October 15, 2017.  If you need a visa letter, please apply early.  To receive a Visa letter you need to apply to the consortia through the submission system and then request a visa letter by emailing AIB-SE at aibse-us@aib.msu.edu

About the Chair

John McIntyre, Georgia Institute of Technology, John.McIntyre@scheller.gatech.edu

John R. McIntyre is founding Director of the Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), a national center of excellence, and a Professor of international business management and international relations with joint appointments in the Scheller College of Business and Sam Nunn School of International Affairs of the Ivan Allen College of the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia. He is also a senior fellow of the East-West Trade Policy Center of the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. He has published over 100 articles and book chapters, in journals such as Osteuropa Wirtschaft (Munich), Technology and Society, Public Administration Quarterly, International Management Review, Defence Analysis (London), Studies in Comparative and International Development, Crossroads (Oxford), and The Journal of European Marketing. He is also author and co-editor of twelve books, including: Uncertainty in Busines-Government Relations: The Dynamics of International Trade Policy, The Political Economy of Technology Transfer, and National Security and Technology Transfer: The Strategic Dimensions of East-West Trade. His service to AIB-SE includes serving as the host and co-chair for the 2013 AIB-SE Annual Meeting.