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AIB 2003

The Power of Ideas and International Business
July 5-8, 2003 - Hyatt Regency Monterey - Monterey, California, USA

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  - Opening Events
  - Food & Poster Sessions
  - Awards & Recognition
  - Other Sessions
  - Gala Event at the Monterey Aquarium


Presentations
  - General Presentation from Meet the Editors Panel
  - Journal of International Management (by Kim Cahill)
  - International Business Review (by Pervez N. Ghauri)




Udo Zander, Conference Chair
2003 Conference Chair: Udo Zander, Institute of International Business (IIB), Stockholm School of Economics
Harvey Arbeláez, Host School Chair
2003 Host School Chair: Harvey Arbeláez, Fisher Graduate School of Int'l Business, Monterey Institute of International Studies
The magnificent Monterey Peninsula has been called the "jewel of the California Central Coast" due to the mild climate and dramatic coastline. Recognized worldwide as an ideal vacation and business destination, Monterey is located 125 miles (201 km) south of San Francisco, 75 miles (121 km) southwest of Silicon Valley and 345 miles (555 km) north of Los Angeles. Settled in 1770, Monterey was the first capital of California under the Spanish, Mexican, and American flags. Monterey, designated as the "Language Capital of the World" by the U.S. Congress, is directly involved with 25 percent of the nation's post-secondary learning in languages other than English. Monterey's language and cultural diversity is reflected in its Native American, Spanish, Mexican, Portuguese, Chinese, Italian and Japanese roots.

This beautiful seaside community combines all the charm of small town America with an endless variety of recreational and cultural activities. Monterey's heritage of scenic beauty and historical interest manifests itself in scenic roadways, historic buildings and the many fine accommodations for tourists. The Del Monte Forest and its Seventeen Mile Drive, the Monterey Path of History, Cannery Row, Fisherman's Wharf, Carmel, and the ocean front drives of the Peninsula communities are world famous. A world-renowned aquarium, 17 world-class golf courses, a unique variety of shops and galleries and a spectacular assortment of parks and natural areas combine to provide a truly unrivaled place for the AIB conference visitor to enjoy.



The Monterey Institute of International Studies

This year's host school is The Monterey Institute of International Studies, which will host a formal gala dinner, on July 7, at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Founded in 1955 and fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Monterey Institute is a private graduate institution at the forefront of international professional education preparing students for global careers in the private, public, nonprofit and educational sectors. The campus offers a mix of historical buildings including the Lara Soto Adobe, built in 1849, which at one time was the home of the world-acclaimed author John Steinbeck to state-of-the-art learning centers.

The Institute offers degree programs in International Policy, Translation and Interpretation, International Business and Language Teaching. The Institute's approximately 700 students come from more than 50 countries. Faculty and students from all four schools share a common interest in languages as well as economic, business and political systems of the world. The Institute is truly a global community within a few square blocks. An extensive applied research agenda in international policy is also pursued at the Institute with particular strength in the study of nonproliferation issues.


The Institute's Fisher Graduate School of International Business is a top-quality international business school, the Fisher School is committed to preparing its MBA graduates with the multidisciplinary skills needed to conduct business in the fast-paced, ever-changing world of international commerce.


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