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AIB 2010 Annual Meeting
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
June 25-29, 2010


Detailed Conference Program

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Friday, June 25

Friday, June 25 - 08:15-17:30

 
Time: 08:15-17:30

AIB-LAT Annual Conference (Session# 101604)


Annual Meeting of the AIB Latin America Regional Chapter. A separate registration is required to attend the AIB-LAT meeting.

Friday, June 25 - 08:30-17:00

 
Time: 08:30-17:00

AJBS Annual Conference (Session# 101603)


Annual Meeting of the Association of Japanese Business Studies. A separate registration is required to attend the AJBS meeting.

Friday, June 25 - 09:00-17:00

 
Time: 09:00-17:00
Room: Windsor (17th Floor)

AIB Board Meeting (Session# 101601)


Friday, June 25 - 18:00-21:00

 
Time: 18:00-21:00

AIB Doctoral Consortium Networking Dinner (Session# 101610)


Doctoral Consortium participants only. The Networking Dinner is sponsored by Indian School of Business, Hyderabad.

Saturday, June 26

Saturday, June 26 - 08:00-16:00

 
Session 0.1 - Pre-Conference Workshop Time: 08:00-16:00

Doctoral Student Consortium (Session# 101403)

Chair: Charles Dhanaraj, IUPUI


Faculty Panel:

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina

Susan E. Feinberg, Rutgers University

Carl F. Fey, Stockholm School of Economics

Anthony Goerzen, University of Victoria

Jane Lu, National University of Singapore

Marjorie Lyles, Indiana University

Felipe Monteiro, University of Pennsylvania

Ronaldo Couto Parente, Rutgers University

Subramanian Rangan, INSEAD

Sougata Ray, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

David C. Thomas, Simon Fraser University

Changqi Wu, Peking University

Pre-admitted participants only. Lunch is provided.

The Doctoral Student Consortium is sponsored by the Madhuri and Jagdish N. Sheth Foundation.

Saturday, June 26 - 08:30-14:00

 
Session 0.2 - Pre-Conference Workshop Time: 08:30-14:00

JIBS/AIB Paper Development Workshop (Session# 101401)

Chair: Laszlo Tihanyi, Texas A&M University

Co-Chair: Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M University


Pre-admitted participants only. Lunch is provided.
The JIBS/AIB Paper Development Workshop is sponsored by the CIBER at University of South Carolina and the CIBER at Texas A&M University.

Saturday, June 26 - 08:45-16:00

 
Session 0.3 - Pre-Conference Workshop Time: 08:45-16:00

Junior Faculty Consortium (Session# 101402)

Chair: Alain Verbeke , University of Calgary


Faculty Panel:

Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds

Farok Contractor, Rutgers University

Jean-François Hennart, Tilburg University

Robert E. Hoskisson, Rice University

Klaus E. Meyer, University of Bath

Anoop Madhok, York University

Alan M. Rugman, University of Reading

Lemma Senbet, University of Maryland

Pre-admitted participants only. Lunch is provided.

The Junior Faculty Consortium is sponsored by the CIBER at Michigan State University.

Saturday, June 26 - 08:30-12:30

 
Time: 08:30-12:30
Room: Windsor (17th Floor)

AIB Board Meeting (Session# 101602)


Saturday, June 26 - 12:30-14:00

 
Time: 12:30-14:00
Room: Windsor (17th Floor)

AIB Chapter Chairs Luncheon


AIB Executive Board Members and AIB Chapter Chairs or representatives only.

Saturday, June 26 - 16:30-19:00

 
Session 0.4 - Plenary Time: 16:30-19:00
Room: Alhambra (2nd Floor)

AIB Fellows' Welcoming Plenary: Recognizing IB Leaders

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University

Co-Chair: Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina


Welcome Remarks:

Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina

Maria Tereza Fleury, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

International Executive of the Year: Ozires Silva

Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

International Educator of the Year: Danica Purg

Eleanor Westney, York University

AIB Fellows' Special Recognition Award: Jagdish N. Sheth

Jean J. Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY

 
 

AIB Fellows' Feature Plenary: International Business in Tough Times

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University


The plenary session of distinguished AIB Fellows will address the conference theme, and in doing so will pay tribute to the late C.K. Prahalad. By exhortation and example, C.K. was a leader in pushing the IB field to address changes in the international business environments and the resulting challenges to our field and to the organizations and people on whom and for whom we conduct research. Thought leaders in the field will discuss the implications of the global economic crisis for the theory and practice of IB and will highlight new research directions for our community.
Panelists:

Pankaj Ghemawat , IESE Business School

Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School

Jose R. de la Torre, Florida International University

Yves Doz, INSEAD

Eleanor Westney, York University

Saturday, June 26 - 19:00-21:00

 
Time: 19:00-21:00

Presidential Reception (Session# 101513)


The Presidential Reception, celebrating the opening of the 2010 AIB Conference will take place at the Windsor Barra Hotel, Ground Floor, Rooms Louvre and Versailles. Business casual attire is recommended.

Sunday, June 27

Sunday, June 27 - 08:15-09:00

 
Session 1.0.1 Time: 08:15-09:00

Fellows Café (Session# 101519)

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University


Start the day with a set of small group discussions hosted by an AIB Fellow, focused on an IB topic of current and mutual interest. The Fellows Café is sponsored by the Schulich School of Business, York University.
What is the role of culture in Finance? (Room: Queluz III)

Raj Aggarwal, University of Akron

What are the key issues in the internationalization of SMEs? (Room: Queluz IV))

John Child, University of Birmingham

What's the best way to develop and organise IB teaching and research in tomorrow's business school environment? (Room: Queluz V)

Sidney J. Gray, University of Sydney

Lee Howard Radebaugh, Brigham Young University

What can Brazilian companies teach the world? How can Brazilian companies learn from the world? (Room: Queluz VI)

Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School

How will the shift in power towards the East/South affect the culture and organization of the international firm? (Room: Queluz VII)

Srilata Zaheer, University of Minnesota

Sunday, June 27 - 09:00-10:15

 
Session 1.1.1 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Globalization by Emerging Economy Firms - 1 (Session# 100713)

Chair: Peter James Williamson, University of Cambridge


Emerging Economy Firm Internationalization: Changing International Operating Strategy of INVs (ID# 456)

Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney

Ajai S. Gaur, Rutgers University

The Performance of Firms Acquired by Multinational Companies from Emerging Countries: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence (ID# 694)

Stefano Elia, Politecnico di Milano and University of Leeds

Mario I. Kafouros, University of Leeds

Foreign Ownership and Corporate Restructuring: Direct Investment by Emerging-Market Firms in the United States (ID# 760)

Anusha Chari, University of North Carolina

Wenjie Chen, George Washington University

Kathryn Dominguez, University of Michigan

The Role of Organizational Culture in the International Performance of Emerging Market MNEs (ID# 858)

Man Zhang, Bowling Green State University

Gary Knight, Florida State University

Patriya Tansuhaj, Washington State University

 
Session 1.1.2 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies (Session# 100706)

Chair: Eva Stal, UNINOVE


What do we really know about the Base of the Pyramid concept? A literature review (ID# 359)

Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam

Miguel Rivera-Santos, Babson College

Carlos Rufín, Suffolk University

Managing the Challenge of Innovation for the Base of the Pyramid in Emerging Economies: A Lesson for MNEs (ID# 662)

Sangeeta Ray, University of Sydney

Pradeep Kanta Ray, University of New South Wales

The Privatization of Innovation in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Indian National Laboratories (ID# 806)

Prithwiraj Choudhury, Harvard Business School

Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School

Venture Capital Risk in Transitional Economies: Evidence from China (ID# 1067)

Charles xiaoliang Chen, University of Hawaii at Manoa

James E. Richardson, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 
Session 1.1.3 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Internationalization Processes in Born Global Firms (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 101003)

Chair: Sumit Kundu, Florida International University


Are International New Ventures Really New? Reconsidering Firm Inception and Internationalization (ID# 587)

Catherine Welch, University of Sydney

Lisa Hewerdine, University of Sydney

Examining Critical Incidents to Identify Antecedents to Early Internationalization in Born Global Firms (ID# 565)

Jay Weerawardena, University of Queensland

Gillian Sullivan Mort, La Trobe University

Peter Liesch, University of Queensland

Why Do Born-global and Older Firms Initially Access Culturally Proximate Markets? (ID# 552)

Susan Freeman, University of Adelaide

Kate Hutchings, Griffith University

International Networks and the "Born Global" Phenomenon: Evidence from a Transition Economy (ID# 470)

Martina Musteen, San Diego State University

Deepak K. Datta, University of Texas Arlington

John Francis, San Diego State University

 
Session 1.1.4 - Panel Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Global Knowledge Sourcing: Modes, Locations, Processes and Outcomes (Session# 100603)

Chair: Felipe Monteiro, University of Pennsylvania

Co-Chair: Thomas Klueter, University of Pennsylvania


MNE Location Choices (ID# 1225)

Lilach Nachum, Baruch College/CUNY

Reverse Knowledge Transfers in Multinational Enterprises (ID# 1226)

Ram Mudambi, Temple University

Leveraging External Modes of Knowledge Sourcing: Innovation-Targeted Acquisitions and R&D Outsourcing (ID# 1227)

Saikat Chaudhuri, University of Pennsylvania

Understanding Boundary Spanning at the Initiation of the External Knowledge Sourcing Process (ID# 1228)

Felipe Monteiro, University of Pennsylvania

Knowledge Accession Strategies and Spatial Organization in MNCs (ID# 1229)

John Cantwell, Rutgers University

 
Session 1.1.5 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

After the Entry: The Dynamics of Subsidiary Strategies (Session# 100312)

Chair: Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School


Getting it Right and Righting it Afterwards: Experience, Ownership (MIS)Alignment and Subsidiary Dynamics (ID# 465)

Xavier Martin, Tilburg University

Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University

The Mediating Effect of Satisfaction on the Relationship between Location Advantages and Repeat Investment (ID# 520)

Paul Kalfadellis, Monash University

Higher-order Capabilities and the Post-entry International Market Expansion of the Firms (ID# 625)

Noor Un Nabi Md., University of Leipzig

Utz Dornberger, University of Leipzig

Subsidiary Downsizing: Which Ones Get Cut? (ID# 776)

Nikhil Celly, Hong Kong University

 
Session 1.1.6 - Panel Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Global Marketing Partnerships and Strategies for Competitive Differentiation (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100201)

Chair: Constantine S. Katsikeas, University of Leeds

Discussant: Matthew J. Robson, University of Leeds

Co-Discussant: Magnus Hultman, University of Leeds


Determinants of Collaboration Effectiveness in International Inter-Organizational Relationships (ID# 1213)

Steven Dahlquist, Michigan State University

David Griffith, Michigan State University

A Cross-National Investigation of Customer-Orientation and Currency Strategy in Export Invoicing (ID# 1214)

Saeed Samiee, University of Tulsa

Patrik Anckar, Åbo Akademi University

Drivers of Persistence in R&D Alliances: A Self-Determination Theory Explanation (ID# 1215)

Bodo B. Schlegelmilch, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien

Brigitte Bojkowszky, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien

Matthew J. Robson, University of Leeds

Building Successful Advantage Positions in International Markets: Does Nature of Competition Matter? (ID# 1216)

Stavroula Spyropoulou, University of Leeds.

Constantine S. Katsikeas, University of Leeds

Dionysis Skarmeas, University of Leeds

 
Session 1.1.7 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Legitimacy and Identity in International Business (Session# 100104)

Chair: Srilata Zaheer, University of Minnesota


Symbolic Management, Corporate Interlocks, and CEO Compensation in China (ID# 490)

Livia Markoczy, University of Texas at Dallas

Sunny Li Sun, University of Texas at Dallas

Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas

Bing Ren, Nankai University

The Influence of Ownership Structure and Owner Identity on Internationalization (ID# 382)

Michael-Jörg Oesterle, University of Mainz

Hannah Noriko Richta, University of Mainz

Jan Hendrik Fisch, University of Augsburg

Global or Local Legitimacy? A Three Country Study of the Adoption of Environmental Practices and Institutional Pressures (ID# 181)

Paresha N Sinha, University of Waikato

Michele E.M Akoorie, University of Waikato

Ralph Hamann Hamann, University of Capetown

R. Scott Marshall, Portland University

 
Session 1.1.8 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Governance and Performance (Session# 100902)

Chair: Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina


Shareholder Protection and Corporate Investment Policy (ID# 798)

Gang Xiao, University of South Carolina

Power Game between the CEO and Labor: Evidence from Outsourcing (ID# 1083)

Jongmoo Jay Choi, Temple University

Jose M. Plehn-Dujowich, Temple University

Xiaotian Tina Zhang, Saint Mary's College of California

Capital Structures in Europe, Managerial Insight and Governance Regimes (ID# 85)

Charles-Henri Jean Reuter, Université de Paris Ouest & ESCP Europe

Determinants of Voluntary Executive Stock Option Disclosure in Brazil (ID# 671)

Fernanda Gomes Victor, UFRGS

Paulo Renato Soares Terra, UFRGS

Eduardo Schiehll, HEC-Montreal

 
Session 1.1.10 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

International SMEs (Session# 101012)

Chair: Claude Obadia, Advancia-Negocia, Paris


Psychic Distance, International Commitment, Firm Experience, International Marketing Strategy and Export Venture Success: An Empirical Study of Austrian SMEs. (ID# 393)

Manfred Fuchs, University of Graz

Mariella Koestner, University of Graz

Born-Again Global Firms: The Catalytic Effects of Critical Incidents: A Case Study on the Internationalization Behavior of Mature SMEs (ID# 274)

Rico J. Baldegger, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland

Patrick Schueffel, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland

The International Collaborations of Costa Rican ICT Producers: Leveraging Transnational Social Ties (ID# 12)

Luciano Ciravegna, University of London

Ready or Not - Here We Come! On Internationalization Readiness (ID# 182)

Roger Schweizer, University of Gothenburg

The Importance of Relationships in Internationalization Processes of Firms: A Model and Analysis of International SMEs Entering Emerging Markets (ID# 905)

Susanne Sandberg, Linnaeus University

Critical Success Factors to the Internationalization of the SMEs (ID# 39)

Vesna Sedoglavich, Australian National University

 
Session 1.1.11 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Subsidiary Coordination and Control (Session# 100507)

Chair: Jane Lu, National University of Singapore


Subsidiary Roles and Resistance to Change (ID# 113)

Saul Klein, University of Victoria

Laura Kruiskamp, University of Pretoria

Albert Wöcke, University of Pretoria

Extending Conceptualizations of Control: Towards a New Agenda in MNC Research (ID# 627)

Laura Erkkilä, Aalto University

Perttu Kähäri, Aalto University

Coordination at the Edge of the Empire: Subsidiary Regional Administrative Mandates in the Multinational Enterprise (ID# 679)

Eva A. Alfoldi, University of Manchester

L. Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds

Sara L. McGaughey, University of Strathclyde

Partners’ Strategies and Management Control in International Joint Ventures (ID# 1036)

Dong Chen, Loyola Marymount University

Seung Ho Park, Skolkovo Institute for Emerging Market Studies

Donghong Li, Tsinghua University

The Role of Subsidiaries in the Formulation of Global Strategies in Multinational Firms (ID# 406)

Cesar Minervino, Universidade Positivo

Zandra Balbinot, PPGADM/UFPR

How to Raise a Unified Family: Multinational Corporations Socialization Strategies for Coordinating Subsidiary Managers (ID# 156)

Crystal X. Jiang, Bryant University

Eileen Kwesiga, Bryant University

Madan Annavarjula, Bryant University

Qin Yang, Robert Morris University

The Impact of Network Involvement on Absorptive Capacity: A Dynamic Model of Subsidiary Role Evolution (ID# 1039)

Xiaoyu Pu, Rutgers University

Ranfeng Qiu, Rutgers University

Returnees and the Performance of Multinational Subsidiaries in China (ID# 917)

Huanglin Wang, University of Western Ontario

Jean-Louis Schaan, University of Western Ontario

 
Session 1.1.12 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

MNEs from Emerging Economies (Session# 100722)

Chair: Ashok Som, ESSEC Business School


The Evolution of Country and Firm Specific Advantages and Disadvantages in the Process of Chinese Firm Internationalization (ID# 152)

Svetla Trifonova Marinova, University of Birmingham

John Child, University of Birmingham

Marin Alexandrov Marinov, University of Gloucestershire

Emerging Market Multinationals and the Pursuit of Knowledge (ID# 215)

Ben L. Kedia, University of Memphis

Nolan T. Gaffney, University of Memphis

Jack Clampit, University of Memphis

Lessons to Learn from the Rising Stars: Tale of Emerging Nation Multinational Companies (ID# 598)

Tanvi H Kothari, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Masaaki "Mike" Kotabe, Temple University

Going Global: Why Some Firms from Emerging Markets Are More Successful at International Expansion Than Others (ID# 633)

Sourindra Banerjee, University of Cambridge

An Exploration of State Owned Enterprises from Emerging Economies (ID# 734)

Anubha Shekhar Sinha, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

The Role of Subsidiaries from Emerging Economies - A Survey Involving the Largest Brazilian Multinationals (ID# 810)

Moacir de Miranda Oliveira Junior, University of São Paulo

Felipe Mendes Borini, ESPM

The Location Choice of Cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions: The Case of Chinese Firms (ID# 856)

Guohua Jiang, Temple University

Feng Zhang, Rutgers University

Institutional Duality and Emerging Country MNEs (ID# 912)

Abdulrahman Chikhouni, Concordia University

Gwyneth Edwards, Concordia University

Mehdi Farashahi, Concordia University

International Value Creation: A New Model for Latin American Multinationals (ID# 990)

Flávia de Magalhães Alvim, Fundação Dom Cabral

Jase Ryan Ramsey, Fundação Dom Cabral

José Francisco Figueiredo Micheloni Junior, Fundação Dom Cabral

Jorge Hector Forteza, Universidad de San Andres

 
Session 1.1.13 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Internationalization & Global Strategy (Session# 100408)

Chair: Subramanian Rangan, INSEAD


Viewing through New Lens: A Coevolution-Based Perspective of Offshore Outsourcing (ID# 130)

Somnath Lahiri, Illinois State University

Stumble You Might Fall: How Cluster-based Global Firms use Local Cluster Capabilities in the Knowledge-based Economy (ID# 327)

Poul Houman Andersen, Aarhus University

Anne Bøllingtoft, Aarhus University

The Relationship between Multinationality and Performance Risk (ID# 416)

Nejat Capar, Bilkent University

Diversification and Performance in Latin American Firms: Assessing the Impact of Product and Geographic Diversification (ID# 483)

Armando Juan Borda, Florida International University

William Newburry, Florida International University

Global, Regional and National Strategies: Revisiting the Case of Domestic Appliances (ID# 629)

Ling Liu, University of Edinburgh

Chris Carr, University of Edinburgh

The Business Evolution and the Holistic Approach (ID# 902)

Suthikorn Kingkaew, University of Cambridge

 
Session 1.1.14 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutional Context and Corporate Governance - 1 (Session# 100718)

Chair: Paul Vaaler, University of Minnesota


The Role of the Stock Market in the Provision of Islamic Development Finance: Evidence from Sudan (ID# 59)

Bruce Hearn, University of Leicester

Jenifer Piesse, King's College London

Roger Strange, University of Sussex

Business Group Diversification and Performance (ID# 74)

Angeline, Te-Yi Lin, National ChengChi University

Tom, Cheng-Wen Yao, Yuan Ze University

Multinationalization and Efficiency of Banking Sectors in South-East Europe (ID# 128)

Yiwei Fang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Iftekhar Hasan, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Katherin Marton, Fordham University

A Panel Data Study of Foreign Banks in Transition Countries (ID# 294)

Jennifer Foo, Stetson University

Dorota Witkowska, Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Connecting Growth-Development Theories to the Country Risk Literature: Theoretical Tales Conceiving FDI Flows to Developing Countries (ID# 376)

Marcos Carvalho Sena, University of Forlaleza

Sunday, June 27 - 10:15-10:45

 
Time: 10:15-10:45
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Coffee Break (Session# 101504)


Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).

Sunday, June 27 - 10:45-12:15

 
Session 1.2 - Plenary Time: 10:45-12:15
Room: Alhambra (2nd Floor)

Future of Scholarship and Academic Careers in the IB Field: A Dean’s Perspective

Chair: Pankaj Ghemawat , IESE Business School


Deans from several business schools will discuss the topic “Future of Scholarship and Academic Careers in the IB Field: A Dean’s Perspective”. They will address issues that are of concern for most AIB members as they are experiencing opposing and somewhat confusing trends in their work environments – increasing the emphasis on global issues on the one hand, and still questioning the validity of international business as a stand-alone discipline on the other hand. The plenary will offer the deans’ or institutional perspective on the challenges related to choosing IB as an academic career field.
Participants:

Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School

P. Christopher Earley, University of Connecticut

Maria Tereza Fleury, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Hildy Teegen, University of South Carolina

George Yip, Erasmus University

Srilata Zaheer, University of Minnesota

Sunday, June 27 - 12:15-13:30

 
Time: 12:15-13:30
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Light Lunch


A light lunch will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).
 
Time: 12:15-13:30
Room: Windsor (17th Floor)

AIB Fellows' Business Meeting


AIB Fellows only.

Sunday, June 27 - 13:30-14:45

 
Session 1.3.1 - Panel Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Stephen Hymer’s Contribution to International Business Scholarship @50 (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100301)

Chair: Christos N Pitelis, University of Cambridge

Discussant: Jean J. Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY


Stephen Hymer – The Elvis Presley of International Business (ID# 1217)

Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds

The Multinational as a "Social Community": A Hymerian Critique (ID# 1218)

Mo Yamin, University of Manchester

The Theory of International Operations: Building a Bridge between the Early and Later Hymer (ID# 1219)

Grazia Ietto-Gillies, London South Bank University

Stephen Hymer and the Political Economy of Globalisation (ID# 1220)

Christos N Pitelis, University of Cambridge

 
Session 1.3.2 - Special Session Time: 13:30-14:45
Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Investing for Development: Building Collaborative Partnerships between UNCTAD and International Business Researchers (UNCTAD World Investment Report Panel) (Session# 101301)

Chair: Hafiz Mirza, UNCTAD


Panelists: (ID# 1301)

Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen

Axele Giroud, University of Manchester

L. Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds

 
Session 1.3.3 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Theories on the Relationships Among Business, Government and Society (Session# 100105)

Chair: Hildy Teegen, University of South Carolina


The Making of a Global Citizen: Foundations, Meaning and Approaches (ID# 979)

Jose R. de la Torre, Florida International University

Corinne B. Young, Saint Leo University

Embedded Neoliberalism: Replacing the False Prophets of Homo Economicus with Homo Therian (ID# 738)

Witold Jerzy Henisz, University of Pennsylvania

Beyond the Hype? Expanding Research at the "Bottom of the Pyramid" (ID# 753)

Shahzad Ansari, University of Cambridge

Kamal Munir, University of Cambridge

Tricia Gregg, University of Cambridge

International Business and the Quest for Energy Security: (How) Does Government Policy Affect Managerial Behavior? (ID# 1014)

Yujin Jeong, George Washington University & HEC Montreal

Robert Weiner, George Washington University

 
Session 1.3.4 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

External Sourcing of Knowledge (Session# 100604)

Chair: Felipe Monteiro, University of Pennsylvania


Technological Innovation Strategies of Multinational Corporations: The Strategic Access of External Technological Knowledge (ID# 926)

Feng Zhang, Rutgers University

Integration of International Market Information in New Product Development - A Stage-specific View (ID# 402)

Holger Ernst, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Mohan Subramaniam, Boston College

Anna Dubiel, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

The Impact of Complementarity of Firms’ Internal and External Resources on Innovation Capabilities (ID# 33)

Masaaki "Mike" Kotabe, Temple University

Crystal X. Jiang, Bryant University

Janet Y. Murray, University of Missouri St. Louis

 
Session 1.3.5 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

MNC Strategies in Emerging Economies (Session# 100708)

Chair: Sheila M. Puffer, Northeastern University


Multinational Enterprises, Development and Globalisation: Some Clarifications and a Research Agenda (ID# 429)

Rajneesh Narula, University of Reading

The Liability of Foreignness Reconsidered: New Insights from the Alternative Research Context of Transforming Economies (ID# 834)

Harun Emre Yildiz, Stockholm School of Economics

Carl F. Fey, Stockholm School of Economics

Do the Same Rules Apply? Strategic Logics of Doing Business in Emerging Markets (ID# 887)

Douglas Lars Johansen, Jacksonville University/Florida State University

Gary Knight, Florida State University

The Advantage and Disadvantage of Foreignness in Acquisitions during Crisis Periods (ID# 906)

Wenjie Chen, George Washington University

Gabriela Contreras, University of Michigan

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina

 
Session 1.3.6 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Crisis Impact on Marketing (Session# 100202)

Chair: Arnold Schuh, WU Vienna


The Performance of Global Brands in the 2008 Financial Crisis (ID# 124)

Johny K. Johansson, Georgetown University

Claudiu V. Dimofte, Georgetown University

Is there Another Side to the "Blame Game"? Investigating the Influence of Home Country Image in an Organisation Crisis Situation (ID# 511)

Roberta Carolyn Veale, University of Adelaide

Vinh Nhat Lu, University of Adelaide

Braden Cichinski, University of Adelaide

"Who’s to Blame?" Consumers’ Attribution of Blame in Product-Harm Crises Involving Hybrid Products (ID# 1028)

Etayankara (Murli) Muralidharan, University of Manitoba

Sergio W. Carvalho, University of Manitoba

Hari Bapuji, University of Manitoba

The Effect of CSR Reputation on Consumer Preference and the Role of Individual and Societal Values (ID# 211)

Burcu Tasoluk, Sabanci University

Rajeev Batra, University of Michigan

 
Session 1.3.7 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Using Simulations to Teach International Business (Session# 101102)

Chair: Denise J. Luethge, Northern Kentucky University


The Corporate Competitive Challenge: Learning Catalyst (ID# 1)

Anne Marie Zwerg-Villegas, Universidad EAFIT

The Use of a Business Simulator as Tool in the Development of Skills Related to Management of International Business (ID# 757)

Gustavo Abib, Universidade Federal do Paraná - UFPR

Luciano Minghini, Universidade Federal do Paraná - UFPR

Cleverson Renan da Cunha, Universidade Federal do Paraná - UFPR

Using Business Simulations for Assessment of Global Learning Outcomes (ID# 865)

Denise J. Luethge, Northern Kentucky University

Ernie Cadotte, University of Tennessee

Claudio Manassero, Insper Business School

 
Session 1.3.8 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Gender and Family in International Assignments (Session# 100805)

Chair: Elizabeth C. Ravlin, University of South Carolina


Motivation for an international assignment and predictors of expatriate turnover intentions: Does gender matter? (ID# 1102)

Charlotte Davis, WU Vienna

Christof Miska, WU Vienna

Chei Hwee Chua, University of South Carolina

Günter K. Stahl, WU Vienna

Isomorphism, Uncertainty, International Experience, and Expatriate Staffing (ID# 51)

Naoki Ando, Hosei University

Predictors of Expatriation Willingness in Asia: A Role Salience Perspective (ID# 578)

Jisun Kim, Korea University

Fabian Jintae Froese, Korea University

 
Session 1.3.9 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Managing Alliances (Session# 100406)

Chair: Mehmet Genc, Baruch College/CUNY


The Effect of Adverse Selection, Opportunism, and Competitor Selection Problems on Licensing Exclusivity (ID# 474)

Preet S. Aulakh, York University

Marshall S. Jiang, Brock University

Sali Li, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

An Analysis of Capability Exploitation: Empirical Evidence of International Strategic Alliances in China (ID# 316)

Yanni Yan, City University of Hong Kong

Daniel Z Ding, City University of Hong Kong

Wenyu Dou, City University of Hong Kong

Effect of Trust, Knowledge Intensity, and Environmental Uncertainty on R&D Alliance Formation: An Examination of German SMEs (ID# 513)

Debmalya Mukherjee, University of Akron

Ajai S. Gaur, Rutgers University

Sanjaya S. Gaur, Auckland University of Technology

Florian Schmid, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants

 
Session 1.3.10 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Performance Effects of Knowledge Diffusion (Session# 100616)

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University


Does External R&D Sourcing Increase Innovation?: Evidence from French Manufacturing (ID# 564)

Olivier Bertrand, St. Petersburg State University

Michael Mol, Warwick Business School

Knowledge-based Resources, Organizational Learning Orientation and Firm Performance: The Mediating Effect of Organizational Capability (ID# 296)

Li-Qun Wei, Hong Kong Baptist University

Randy, K Chiu, Hong Kong Baptist University

Global R&D Network and Its Effect on Innovation (ID# 79)

Changsu Kim, Ewha Womans University

Jong-Hun Park, Sogang University

Coordination and Knowledge Creation across Borders: A Study of Timely Completion in Internationally Distributed Work (ID# 959)

Metin Onal Vural, London Business School

Innovation Capabilities and International Competitiveness of Firms: A Quantile Regression Approach (ID# 648)

Madan Annavarjula, Bryant University

Anup Menon Nandialath, HEC Paris

Ramesh Mohan, Bryant University

The Design Paradox: The Contribution of In-house and External Design Activities on Product Market Performance (ID# 395)

Susanne Thorwarth, K.U. Leuven

Dirk Czarnitzki, K.U. Leuven

 
Session 1.3.11 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Economic Analysis of Trade and FDI (Session# 100319)

Chair: Fabienne Fortanier, University of Amsterdam


Export Premia and Sub-Contracting Discount Passive Strategies and Performance in Domestic and Foreign Markets (ID# 5)

Tiziano Razzolini, University of Siena

Davide Vannoni, University of Torino

Regional Integration and International Strategic Management (ID# 222)

Chang Hoon Oh, Brock University

Alan M. Rugman, University of Reading

Firms' Heterogeneity and Internationalisation Choices: Only Productivity Matters? Evidence on Italian Manufacturing Firms (ID# 345)

Luigi Benfratello, University of Turin and Ceris-CNR

Tiziano Razzolini, University of Siena

Expropriation is the Exercise of an Option: Modeling the Sakhalin-2 Production Sharing Agreement as an American Call Option (ID# 562)

Naoya Takezawa, Nanzan University

Katsushige Sawaki, Nanzan University

Marc Bremer, Nanzan University

Does Inward Foreign Direct Investment Increase Local Firms’ Innovative Productivity? (ID# 390)

Francisco Garcia Perez, University of Oviedo

Byungchae Jin, University of Maryland

Robert M. Salomon, New York University

 
Session 1.3.12 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Macroeconomics and Exchange Rates (Session# 100906)

Chair: Lemma Senbet, University of Maryland


A Spatial Dependence Panel Estimation of Cross-County Growth Convergence: Incorporating Technology Spillover and Human Capital (ID# 677)

Eunsuk Hong, Queen's University Belfast

Laixiang Sun, University of London

Investment and Financial Constraints in an Emerging Market - Brazil (ID# 643)

Vicente Lima Crisóstomo, Universidade Federal do Ceará

Félix Javier López Iturriaga, Universidad de Valladolid

Eleuterio Vallelado González, Universidad de Valladolid

Examining the Global Reach of the 2008 U.S. Economic Downturn (ID# 265)

Yener Kandogan, University of Michigan-Flint

Nonlinear Foreign Exchange Exposure: Evidence from Brazilian Companies (ID# 103)

Jose Luiz Rossi, Insper Institute of Education and Research

Exchange Rate Exposure, Foreign Currency Debt and the Use of Derivatives: Evidence from Brazil (ID# 104)

Jose Luiz Rossi, Insper Institute of Education and Research

 
Session 1.3.13 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Born Global Firms (Session# 101011)

Chair: Gillian Sullivan Mort, La Trobe University


Quasi-Born Globals: Do They Deserve a Specific Approach? (ID# 622)

Vitor Corado Simões, ISEG, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

Pedro Tiago Capao, Technical University of Lisbon

Rui Manuel Cartaxo, Technical University of Lisbon

Bridging the Gap between the Traditional Stages Model and the "Born Global" Multinationals in the Internationalization Process: Toward a New Insight through a Network Perspective (ID# 557)

Jeongho Choi, Rutgers University

Javier Cuervo, University of Macau

Joseph Sy-Changco, University of Macau

Understanding the Pace, Scale and Pattern of Firm Internationalisation: An Extension of the ‘Born Global’ Concept (ID# 237)

Robert Graham Jack, Macquarie University

Murray Taylor, Macquarie University

Too Fast Too Furious? The Survival of Born-Global Firms in the Foreign Market (ID# 157)

Sui Sui, Carleton University

The Impact of Global Crisis on the Performance of New Ventures (ID# 559)

Susan Freeman, University of Adelaide

Ryan Trudgen, Monash University

A Theoretical Framework of New Venture Creations within Business Group (ID# 370)

Qian Gu, National University of Singapore

Chi-Nien Chung, National University of Singapore

Jane Lu, National University of Singapore

Constituting Dimensions of Early Internationalizing Firms: Towards a Common Framework (ID# 594)

Lydia Bals, Copenhagen Business School

Heather Berry, University of Pennsylvania

Evi Hartmann, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Gordian Raettich, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

 
Session 1.3.14 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

External Sourcing of Knowledge (Session# 100614)

Chair: Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University


A Comparative Study of MNEs’ Technology Networks in the Host Country—Motorola, Nokia, IBM and Microsoft in China (ID# 575)

Chan Hsiao, National Central University

Strategic Independence and the Localization Benefit of Subsidiaries Internal and External R&D Activities (ID# 675)

Jörg Zimmermann, Max Planck Institute of Economics

Knowledge Sourcing Effectiveness in the People’s Republic of China and the United States: A Comparative Study (ID# 347)

Nathaniel Lupton, University of Western Ontario

Heather Spiegel, University of Western Ontario

Yinglei Wang, Acadia University

Darren B Meister, University of Western Ontario

Peter H Gray, University of Virginia

Jonathan Kang, University of Western Ontario

Offshoring of Core Activities: Choice between Offshore Outsourcing and Captive Offshoring (ID# 727)

Pooja Thakur, Rutgers University

Anke Piepenbrink, Rutgers University

The Internationalization of Research and Development: A Research Update and Future Advancement (ID# 1073)

Joseph L. C. Cheng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jay Hyuk Rhee, Korea University

Min-Young Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

MNE’s R&D Location Decisions: Does Product Modularization Matter? (ID# 170)

Kirsten Foss, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration

Drivers and Dynamics of the International Sourcing of Pharmaceutical R&D (ID# 1033)

Stine Haakonsson, Copenhagen Business School

Peter D. Ørberg Jensen, Copenhagen Business School

Susan M. Mudambi, Temple University

When Knowledge Flows Globally - Location Choice of Standard Developing Activities (ID# 441)

Anke Piepenbrink, Rutgers University

Sunday, June 27 - 14:45-15:00

 
Time: 14:45-15:00

Break (Session# 101507)


Sunday, June 27 - 15:00-16:15

 
Session 1.4.1 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Internationalization, Diversification and Performance (Session# 100402)

Chair: Steve Tallman, University of Richmond


A Causal Analysis of the Relationship between International Diversification and Performance (ID# 413)

Nejat Capar, Bilkent University

Internationalization and Performance: Degree, Duration and Scale of Operations (ID# 927)

Majid Abdi, York University

The Three-Stage Paradigm of International Expansion Revisited (ID# 297)

Chang Hoon Oh, Brock University

Farok Contractor, Rutgers University

 
Session 1.4.2 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Corporate Social Responsibility and International Business (Session# 100107)

Chair: Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts Boston


Corporate Social Responsibility, Firm Value and Financial Performance in Brazil (ID# 259)

Vicente Lima Crisóstomo, Universidade Federal do Ceará

Fátima de Souza Freire, Universidade de Brasília

Felipe Cortes de Vasconcellos, Universidade de Brasília

External Stakeholder Engagement: Transforming CSR From Principled Rhetoric to Theoretically Grounded Practice (ID# 385)

Lite Nartey, University of Pennsylvania

Drivers for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Panoramic Picture of European and Brazilian Context (ID# 221)

Monica Cavalcanti Sa Abreu, Federal University of Ceara

Claire Y Barlow, University of Cambridge

Does Corporate Social Responsibility affect the Cost of Capital? (ID# 899)

Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta

Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina

Chuck C. Y. Kwok, University of South Carolina

Dev Mishra, University of Saskatchewan

 
Session 1.4.3 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Whither Transnationalism? (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100502)

Chair: John Daniels, University of Miami


Ethnographies of the Global, Flows of Cultures, and Renewed Challenges for International Business (ID# 708)

Guilherme Azevedo, McGill University

Knowledge Creation in Multinationals and Return Migration of Inventors: Evidence from Micro Data (ID# 802)

Prithwiraj Choudhury, Harvard Business School

The Role of Organizational Culture and Underlying Ideologies in the Success of Globally Distributed Teams (ID# 543)

Aycan Kara, Florida Atlantic University

Which Differences Matter Most in Transnational Teams? Cultural, Geographic, Demographic, and Structural Barriers to Knowledge Seeking (ID# 439)

Martine Haas, University of Pennsylvania

Jonathon Cummings, Duke University

 
Session 1.4.4 - Panel Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

The State of the State in Current International Business Research (Session# 100704)

Chair: Stewart Miller, University of Texas - San Antonio

Co-Chair: Paul Vaaler, University of Minnesota

Discussant: Hildy Teegen, University of South Carolina


State Policies and Partners Mitigating Investment Risk around the World (ID# 1230)

Barclay E. James, Louisiana State University

Selecting State or Local Private Alliance Partners in Emerging Markets (ID# 1231)

Kim Clark, University of Texas - San Antonio

Indu Ramachandran, University of Texas at San Antonio

State Ownership and Firm Performance in Emerging Markets: A Multi-level Examination of Chinese Firms (ID# 1232)

Stewart Miller, University of Texas - San Antonio

Ownership Structure and Performance: Does Institutional Context Matter? (ID# 1233)

Derrick McIver, University of Texas - San Antonio

 
Session 1.4.5 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Entrepreneurial Internationalization and New Ventures (Session# 101005)

Chair: Jay Weerawardena, University of Queensland


Organisational Capabilities and Entrepreneurial Internationalisation (ID# 568)

Erkko Autio, Imperial College London

Johan Bruneel, Imperial College London

Bart Clarysse, Imperial College London

Show Me the Money, Show Me the Markets: The Role of Financial Networks for New Venture Internationalization in a Transition Economy (ID# 388)

Ivan M. Manev, University of Maine

Tatiana S. Manolova, Bentley University

Bojidar S. Gyoshev, International Business School

Maya K. Kroumova, New York Institute of Technology

Growth Phases and Survival of International New Ventures: Empirical Evidence of Firms from a Small and Open Economy (ID# 897)

Mika Gabrielsson, Aalto University

Peter Gabrielsson, University of Vaasa

 
Session 1.4.6 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Developing and Implementing Subsidiary Strategies (Session# 100313)

Chair: Yves Doz, INSEAD


Entering a Host Country Market through Mergers and Acquisitions: Does the Consumer Perception of the Acquired Target Matter? (ID# 538)

Cher-Min Fong, National Sun Yat-sen University

Chun-Ling Lee, National Sun Yat-sen University

Yunzhou Du, Nankai University

Do Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Perform Better than Joint Ventures? (ID# 630)

Sea Jin Chang, National University of Singapore

Jaiho Chung, Korea University

Jon Jungbien Moon, Korea University

MNE Strategizing in Relation to Host Country Institutions (ID# 676)

Jesper Edman, Stockholm School of Economics

Patrick Regnér, Stockholm School of Economics

Where a Contract is Signed Determines Its Value: Chinese Provincial Variation in Utilized vs. Contracted FDI Flows (ID# 889)

Abigail S. Hornstein, Wesleyan University

 
Session 1.4.7 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Integrating Video Clips in Classroom Teaching (Session# 101103)

Chair: Mark Holtzblatt, Roosevelt University


Press ‘Pause’ before ‘Play’: A Cautionary Tale of Using Video in Culturally-diverse Classes (ID# 300)

Anthony Fee, University of Sydney

Amanda Budde-Sung, University of Sydney

Experiential Learning via an Innovative Inter-University IFRS Student Video Competition (ID# 391)

Mark Holtzblatt, Roosevelt University

Norbert Tschakert, University of the Virgin Islands

Developing an IB Curriculum in Higher Education Using the Great Decisions Series (ID# 848)

Margaret Ann Goralski, Southern Connectict State University

 
Session 1.4.8 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

New Frontiers in CCM/HRM Research (Session# 100806)

Chair: Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University


Cross-Cultural Cognitive Differences in the Perceived Relationship between Novelty and Utility for Creative Ideas (ID# 1023)

Robert C. McNamee, Rutgers University

The Value of an Integrated Framework of Employer Branding: Evidence from a Multinational Enterprise in China (ID# 771)

Sebastian Rudolf, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Michael Nippa, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Andreas Klossek, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Whose Interests Are Being Served? Interest Alignment, Discretion, and the Display of Pro-Organizational Behaviors (ID# 980)

Mary Sully de Luque, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Nathan T. Washburn, Thunderbird School of Global Management

David Waldman, Arizona State University

Emerging Patterns of HRM Systems of Foreign Firms in India (ID# 688)

Pawan Budhwar, Aston University

Arup Varma, Loyola University

Ingmar Bjorkman, Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration

 
Session 1.4.9 - Special Session Time: 15:00-16:15
Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Current Issues in Japanese Business Studies: Special Session of AJBS Best Papers (Session# 101305)

Chair: Elizabeth L Rose, Aalto University


Domestic Competitive Position and Internationalization: A Study of Japanese Companies (ID# 1297)

Kiyohiko Ito, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Elizabeth L Rose, Aalto University

Eun-Bum Cho, University of Hawaii at Manoa

The Impacts of Uncertainty, Ownership Misalignment and Experience on Subsidiary Adjustment (ID# 1298)

Xavier Martin, Tilburg University

Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University

The Effect of Institutions on Foreign Firm Performance in Transition Economies (ID# 1299)

Naoki Ando, Hosei University

Daniel Z Ding, City University of Hong Kong

Social Exchange Relationship and Newcomer Adjustment in Japanese Organizations: A Longitudinal Analysis (ID# 1300)

Norihiko Takeuchi, Aoyama Gakuin University

Tomokazu Takeuchi, Tokyo Fuji University

Helena Cooper-Thomas, University of Auckland

 
Session 1.4.11 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Comparative Corporate Governance Systems (Session# 100114)

Chair: Steen Thomsen, Copenhagen Business School


Corporate Governance Systems and Organizational Capabilities: An Integrative Framework (ID# 863)

Manzur Rahman, University of San Diego

Claudio Carpano, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Carsten Zimmermann, University of San Diego

Corporate Governance and Financial Performance: The Case of Portugal (ID# 546)

Patricia Kanashiro, George Washington University

How Multinational Companies Act as Negotiator in International Governance? The TRIPs and the Cartagena Protocol Cases (ID# 6)

Gilberto Sarfati, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

The Global Value Chain of Debt: Organizational Constituents and Institutional Context (ID# 1021)

Suhaib Riaz, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Ethics and Taxation: A Cross-National Comparison of UK and Turkish Firms (ID# 482)

Mehmet Demirbag, University of Sheffield

Jane Frecknall-Hughes, Open University

Keith Glaister, University of Sheffield

Ekrem Tatoglu, Bahcesehir University

 
Session 1.4.12 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Performance of MNE and FDI (Session# 100316)

Chair: Anthony Goerzen, University of Victoria


Performance Effects of International Diversification through Risk Reduction and Exploitation of Operational Flexibility (ID# 102)

Jan Hendrik Fisch, University of Augsburg

Miriam Zschoche, University of Augsburg

Performance Consequences of Internationalization Ambidexterity in Entrepreneurial Firms: The Effect of Absorptive Capacity (ID# 276)

Nina Rosenbusch, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Verena Mueller, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Andreas Bausch, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Multinationality and Performance: Extending the Debate (ID# 249)

Sidney J. Gray, University of Sydney

The Drivers of Investmenting in China: The Comparison of Perspectives of RPV and MBV (ID# 375)

Hsin-Mei Lin, National Chi Nan University

Wen-Chung Hsu, National Chi Nan University

Yi-Tien Shih, National Chi Nan University

I-Fan Yen, National Chi Nan University

Peng-Jung Lin, National Chi Nan University

Firm Origins and Diversification Strategy in the Developing World: Evidence from Emerging Markets Private Equity (ID# 540)

Markus D. Taussig, Harvard Business School

How Does Product Diversification Shape the Multinationality-Performance Link? (ID# 69)

Elitsa R. Banalieva, Northeastern University

Charles Dhanaraj, IUPUI

 
Session 1.4.13 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Reputation, Social Capital and Localization (Session# 100411)

Chair: Lilach Nachum, Baruch College/CUNY


An Opportunity-Need Framework of Reputation and Alliance Formation in China's Venture Capital Industry (ID# 29)

Qian Gu, National University of Singapore

Xiaohui Lu, National University of Singapore

Stock Market Reaction on Firms’ Competitive Behavior (ID# 101)

Heng-Yu Chang, National Cheng Kung University

Shao-Chi Chang, National Cheng Kung University

Auspicious and Adverse Effects of Alliance Social Capital on the Firm’s Performance in International Business Context (ID# 198)

Tariq Malik, University of London

Hamidah Salleh, National University of Singapore

Local Dominant Strategic Logics and Global Strategy Evolution within MNEs (ID# 526)

Ali Taleb, HEC Montreal

Local Embeddedness and Cooperative Governance: Theorizing from the Rice Industry in Taiwan (ID# 944)

I Han, National Taiwan University

Cheng-Min Chuang, National Taiwan University

Philanthropic Behavior Associated with Multinational Enterprises: Strategic and Moral Philosophy Influences (ID# 946)

Sashi Sekhar, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Corporate Environmentalism and Business Performance: An Empirical Analysis Examining the Role of Geographic Diversification as a Mediating Factor (ID# 1089)

Hadi Alhorr, Saint Louis University

Kevin Lehnert, Grand Valley State University

 
Session 1.4.14 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Dynamic Capabilities in a Global Context (Session# 100619)

Chair: John Child, University of Birmingham


Learning Capabilities, External Social Capital and Foreign Entry Performance (ID# 957)

John Francis, San Diego State University

William Baker, San Diego State University

Martina Musteen, San Diego State University

Practice Translation: Cognitive Approach to Transfer of Organizational Practices (ID# 477)

Edyta B. Kostanek, Helsinki School of Economics

Learning to Collaborate for Technology Development: Longitudinal Evidence for Patenting Firms in Denmark (ID# 21)

Christoph Grimpe, ZEW Centre for European Economic Research

Ulrich Kaiser, University of Zurich

Renewing Dynamic Capabilities by Leveraging Innovation through International Diversification and Building New Innovative Capabilities (ID# 172)

Rakesh B Sambharya, Rutgers University

Jooh Lee, Rowan University

Are Dynamic Capabilities Influenced by the Geographical Location of Company Headquarters (ID# 1030)

Elzotbek Rustambekov, Old Dominion University

Organizational Learning Capability, Innovation Performance and Export Intensity: Evidence from Technological Leaders in the Ceramic Tile Industry (ID# 682)

Joaquin Alegre, University of Valencia

José Pla-Barber, University of Valencia

Ricardo Chiva, University of Valencia

Cristina Villar, University of Valencia

Geographic Proximity and Its Relevance for Exploration and Exploitation in Foreign Subsidiaries: The Moderating Role of Potential Absorptive Capacity (ID# 719)

Rene Olie, Erasmus University

Elko Klijn, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Web Site Quality and Online Trading Influences on Customer Acceptance of Securities Brokers (ID# 721)

Te-Tai Feng, Dayeh University

Chengli Tien, National Taiwan Normal University

Pin-Jhen Lai, Dayeh University

Sunday, June 27 - 16:15-16:45

 
Time: 16:15-16:45
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Coffee Break (Session# 101505)


Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).

Sunday, June 27 - 16:45-18:00

 
Session 1.5.1 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Strategies and Performance of Foreign Subsidiaries in Emerging Economies (Session# 100709)

Chair: Charles Dhanaraj, IUPUI


The Effects of Cultural Stereotypes on Decision-making Processes in Western MNCs in Russia (ID# 381)

Alexei Koveshnikov, Hanken School of Economics

Institutions and Resources: Impact on Foreign Subsidiary Performance in a Transition Economy (ID# 510)

Naoki Ando, Hosei University

Daniel Z Ding, City University of Hong Kong

Experience of Canadian and Chinese Acquisitions in Kazakhstan (ID# 666)

Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School

Maral Muratbekova-Touron, Institut Supérieur de Gestion

Foreign Subsidiary Strategic Evolution in China (ID# 898)

Filip De Beule, Lessius University College

 
Session 1.5.2 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Emerging Economy MNEs Create and Acquire Resources Worldwide (Session# 100307)

Chair: Xiaohua Yang , University of San Francisco


The Impact of Institutional and Foreign Ownership on the OFDI Decision of Emerging-Economy Firms: Evidence from Chinese Publicly Listed Companies (ID# 261)

Lin Cui, Australian National University

Helen Wei Hu, University of Melbourne

Deciding to Go Global: A Multi-Level Investigation of Outward FDI by Emerging Economy Enterprises (ID# 468)

Yadong Luo, University of Miami

Stephanie C. Lu, University of Miami

Towards a More Comprehensive Taxonomy for Analyzing the Strategic Motivations of MNEs from the Developed and Emerging Economies (ID# 923)

Deepak Sethi, Old Dominion University

Kaveh Moghaddam, Old Dominion University

Jun Wu, Old Dominion University

Technology Seeking Exporting cum FDI (ID# 1040)

Roberto Gamarra, Lewis University

 
Session 1.5.3 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 12 - Methods in International Business Research Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Qualitative Research in International Business (Session# 101203)

Chair: Mary Yoko Brannen, INSEAD

Co-Chair: Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School

Discussant: Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University


This is a joint session with the International Management Division (IMD) of the Academy of Management.
Qualitative Research for International Business (ID# 1204)

Yves Doz, INSEAD

The Casual Ethnography of the Executive Suite: A Dialogue (ID# 1205)

Eleanor Westney, York University

John Van Maanen, MIT

 
Session 1.5.4 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Distances and Strategy (Session# 100407)

Chair: George Yip, Erasmus University


Regional Integration, Home Region Focus, and Operational Efficiency of Multinational Enterprises (ID# 231)

Elitsa R. Banalieva, Northeastern University

Ruihua Joy Jiang, Oakland University

Michael D. Santoro, Lehigh University

Psychic Distance and Foreign Subsidiary Survival: A Paradox or a Contingent Relationship? (ID# 450)

Douglas Dow, University of Melbourne

Jorma Larimo, University of Vaasa

Location Asymmetry versus Knowledge Asymmetry: Governance Determinants for International Alliances of Emerging Economies (ID# 558)

Sonya H. Wen, Tamkang University

Cheng-Min Chuang, National Taiwan University

Domestic Competitor Bias (ID# 816)

Ron Anderson, American University

Keith Brouthers, North Carolina State University

David Reeb, Temple University

Wanli Zhao, WPI

 
Session 1.5.5 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Performance of Internationalizing SMEs (Session# 101006)

Chair: Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)


Towards SMEs Sustainable Exports with Relational Governance in Cross-Border Channels (ID# 209)

Claude Obadia, Advancia-Negocia, Paris

Irena Vida, University of Ljubljana

Geographic Diversification and Export Performance of SMEs (ID# 326)

Jerzy Cieslik, Kozminski University

Eugene Kaciak, Brock University

Establishing a Production Unit Abroad: A Continuous Radical Change for Manufacturing SMEs Going Global (ID# 693)

Igor Kalinic, University of Padova

Cipriano Forza, University of Padova

SME Evolutionary Trajectories: A Dynamic Comparison between International and Domestic Expansion (ID# 991)

Lei Li, Nottingham University Business School China

Weilei (Stone) Shi, City University of New York, Baruch

Dan Li, Indiana University

 
Session 1.5.6 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Home Countries and MNEs Strategies Overseas (Session# 100308)

Chair: Changqi Wu, Peking University


Effects of Cross-Border Acquisitions on Acquirer’s Home-Market Competitiveness: Resource Augmentation versus Resource Drain (ID# 4)

Olivier Bertrand, St. Petersburg State University

Laurence Capron, INSEAD

Home Market-Oriented Reforms and the Birth of Multinationals: International Expansion in the Electricity Sector (ID# 421)

Sinziana Dorobantu, Duke University

Home Country Measures for Outward FDI: An Analysis at the Regional Level (ID# 610)

Celeste Amorim Varum, University of Aveiro

Mariasole Bannò, University of Brescia

Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano

Shifting Firm Boundaries in Global Services Sourcing: Transaction Costs, Capabilities and Experience-Based Learning (ID# 882)

Arie Y. Lewin, Duke University

Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts Boston

Silvia Massini, University of Manchester

Carine Peeters, Université Libre de Bruxelles

 
Session 1.5.7 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Developing an IB Curriculum in Higher Education (Session# 101101)

Chair: John A. Martin, United States Air Force Academy


Developing an International Business Curriculum: A Case Study of the United States Air Force Academy (ID# 38)

John A. Martin, United States Air Force Academy

Kurt A. Heppard, United States Air Force Academy

Steve G. Green, United States Air Force Academy

Thomas G. Drape, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies

The Creation of a New Undergraduate Major in International Business (From Soup To Nuts) (ID# 177)

Clifford Wymbs, Baruch College, CUNY

Combining Theory with Real-World Experience in the Classroom: An Introduction to International Business Course Approach (ID# 220)

John L. Becker, Indiana University

P. Roberto Garcia, Indiana University

 
Session 1.5.8 - Panel Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

How to Find Co-Authors, Building Your Research Network (Panel Sponsored by WAIB, Women in the Academy of International Business) (Session# 100602)

Chair: Janet Y. Murray, University of Missouri St. Louis

Co-Chair: Susan Forquer Gupta, Monmouth University


Finding Co-Authors (ID# 1287)

Paul W. Beamish, University of Western Ontario

Involvement of Local Collaborators in Cross-cultural Research Design (ID# 1288)

Susan P. Douglas, New York University

Co-Authorship with Your Students (ID# 1289)

Masaaki "Mike" Kotabe, Temple University

Developing a Global Research Network (ID# 1293)

Marjorie Lyles, Indiana University

Research Networking While Being a Lone Wolf (ID# 1292)

Joan P Mileski, Texas A & M University at Galveston

Developing Upstream and Downstream Collaboration in the Academic Network (ID# 1291)

Ronaldo Couto Parente, Rutgers University

 
Session 1.5.9 - Special Session Time: 16:45-18:00
Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

The Impact of Terrorism and Uncertainty on MNEs (ANZIBA Special Session) (Session# 101304)

Chair: Elizabeth L Rose, Aalto University


Uncertainty, Business Systems and Appropriate Governance: Lessons from Recent Cases (ID# 1258)

Peter Enderwick, Auckland University of Technology

Setting an Agenda for Research on Terrorism in International Business: Impacts and Preparedness (ID# 1259)

Peter Liesch, University of Queensland

Emerging Challenges for the Corporate HR Function in MNEs: Terrorism, Asymmetric Threats and Uncertainty (ID# 1260)

Peter J. Dowling, La Trobe University

 
Session 1.5.11 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Governance in Emerging Markets (Session# 100119)

Chair: Michael A. Witt, INSEAD


Institutions and Firm Strategy at the Bottom of the Pyramid: The Case of Business Formalization in Vietnam (ID# 542)

Markus D. Taussig, Harvard Business School

Edmund Malesky, University of California, San Diego

A Cross-Sector Social Partnership Model from a Developing Country: Effects and Implications in a Developing Country, Tanzania (ID# 111)

Aloysius Marcus Newenham-Kahindi, University of Saskatchewan

Institutional Influences on the Global CSR Actions of Brazilian Mining Company Vale (ID# 639)

Dayse A. Gomes, Ibmec Business School

Luiz Alberto Campos Filho, Ibmec Business School

Corporate Governance in the Brazilian Banking Sector: A Study of Practices Adopted by the Boards (ID# 354)

Lindenberg Araujo Aragao, Universidade de Fortaleza

Marcelle Colares Oliveira, Universidade de Fortaleza

Vera Maria Rodrigues Ponte, Universidade Federal do Ceará

Marcia Martins Mendes De Luca, Universidade Federal do Ceará

Board Composition, Concentrated Ownership and the Impact of the State: Russian Evidence (ID# 613)

Dmitri Melkumov, Hanken School of Economics

Corporate Governance and Performance of Listed Commercial Banks during Financial Crisis: Evidence from China’s Banking Industry (ID# 1027)

Jie Zhang, Renmin University of China and George Washington University

"Early Adapters" and Radical Regulatory Reform in India: First in Line for Trade Protection (ID# 412)

Susan E. Feinberg, Rutgers University

Catherine L. Magelssen, Rutgers University

Matthew G. Smith, Rutgers University

 
Session 1.5.12 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Product Issues in Global Markets (Session# 100209)

Chair: Deli Yang, Trinity University


MNC Marketing Innovation in New Product Development: A Study in Brazilian Subsidiaries (ID# 96)

Thelma Valeria Rocha, ESPM

Felipe Mendes Borini, ESPM

Eduardo Eugenio Spers, ESPM

What Is a Brand Worth in Exporting? Explorations on the OEM versus OBM Strategies of Chinese Exporting Firms (ID# 726)

Xi Chen, Tsinghua University

Yi Qian, Northwestern University

Zuohao Hu, Tsinghua University

The Relationship-Marketing versus the Product-Differentiation Paradigms: Implications for Strategies of International Alliances and Cooperation (ID# 770)

Hugh M Cannon, Wayne State University

Attila Yaprak, Wayne State University

Standardizing Corporate Brand Management Internationally - Consumers' Brand Perception and Product Response Across Five Countries (ID# 800)

Markus Meierer, University of Zurich

Margot Löwenberg, University of Trier

Bernhard Swoboda, University of Trier

Open Source Strategy Against Software Piracy (ID# 1117)

Timo Pykäläinen, University of Joensuu

Deli Yang, Trinity University

Tony Fang, Stockholm University

Brand Management in Times of Terror (ID# 1261)

Melodena Stephens Balakrishnan, University of Wollongong in Dubai

 
Session 1.5.13 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

International Joint Venture Strategies (Session# 100414)

Chair: Anoop Madhok, York University


The Characteristics and Stock-Market Performance of International Joint Ventures across Three Host-Country Environments: An Extension and Empirical Validation (ID# 43)

Hemant Merchant, Florida Atlantic University

Shareholder Value of International Joint Ventures, Industrial Diversification and Partner Relatedness (ID# 369)

Lanyue Zhou, University of International Business and Economics

Kin-Yip Ho, Australian National University

Equity Ownership as Means of Incentive and Control: A Study of Cross-Border Knowledge Collaboration in the Chinese Automotive Industry (ID# 509)

Zheng Jane Zhao, University of Kansas

Tailan Chi, University of Kansas

Impacts of External Sources of Knowledge on the Performance of IT Services Providers in India (ID# 512)

Doren Chadee, University of Southern Queensland

Revti Raman, Victoria University of Wellington

Equity Joint Ventures and Share Distribution Between the Partners (ID# 849)

Shih-Fen S. Chen, University of Western Ontario

Overcoming Trust Failure in the Post-formation Stage of International Joint Ventures: The Role of Ex Post Governance Mechanisms (ID# 929)

Linda Hsiu-Yun Hsieh, University of Birmingham

Suzana Braga Rodrigues, Erasmus University

Academic Linkages Worldwide: A Strategic Cross-Border Intellectual Capital Allocation (ID# 962)

Harvey Arbelaez, Monterey Institute of International Studies

 
Session 1.5.14 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

New Perspective on Performance and Multicultural Teams (Session# 100812)

Chair: Hugh Scullion, National University of Ireland


Reflections of a Virtual Global Research Team: A Two-Phase Introspective Study (ID# 886)

Suzy Fox, Loyola University Chicago

Jo Ann Duffy, Sam Houston State University

Terri Lituchy, Concordia University

Neusa Maria Bastos F. Santos, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo

Workgroup Cultural Composition, Communication Networks, and Performance (ID# 63)

Davina Vora, SUNY New Paltz

Sigrid Khorram, German University of Cairo

Mourad Dakhli, American University of Kuwait

Building Status as an Outsider: A Model of Cross-Cultural Impression Management (ID# 14)

Anna-Katherine Ward, University of South Carolina

Elizabeth C. Ravlin, University of South Carolina

Differences between TMT and Board International Experience (ID# 438)

Jose Luis Rivas, ITAM

Adverse Effect of TMT Loss on the Performance of the Incumbent Firm in Pharmaceutical Industry (ID# 505)

Tariq Malik, University of London

Hamidah Salleh, National University of Singapore

Understanding the Use of Variable Pay Practices across Cultures and Its Effect on Firm Performance (ID# 350)

Maya K. Kroumova, New York Institute of Technology

Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University

Emotional Labor in the International Service Industry (ID# 1057)

Watcharaphong Leartsurawat, Florida International University

Sunday, June 27 - 18:00-19:00

 
Time: 18:00-19:00

WAIB Reception (Session# 101518)


The reception will be held at the Hallway on the 1st Floor, immediately after the WAIB Panel Session on “How to Find Co-authors.” The reception is jointly sponsored by the E. Desmond Lee Professorship for Developing Women Leaders and Entrepreneurs in International Business, College of Business Administration, University of Missouri-St. Louis, and the Academy of International Business. Current and prospective WAIB members are invited to attend the reception. A short program and awards will take place during the reception.

Sunday, June 27 - 20:00-22:00

 
Time: 20:00-22:00

AIB Fellows' Dinner (Session# 101514)


The Fellows Dinner will be held offsite. Transportation will be provided from the Windsor Barra Hotel.
AIB Fellows and invited guests only. The Fellows Dinner is sponsored by the Florida International University College of Business Administration.

Monday, June 28

Monday, June 28 - 08:15-09:00

 
Session 2.0.1 Time: 08:15-09:00

Fellows Café

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University


Start the day with a set of small group discussions hosted by an AIB Fellow, focused on an IB topic of current and mutual interest. The Fellows Café is sponsored by the Schulich School of Business, York University.
Are MNCs leaders or laggards in management innovations? (Room: Queluz III)

Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School

Do we know why some MNEs are more successful in emerging markets than others? (Room: Queluz IV)

Jean-François Hennart, Tilburg University

How can we in IB build on and contribute to the research on organizational learning and absorptive capacity? (Room: Queluz V)

Marjorie Lyles, Indiana University

Is there an innate incompatibility between MNEs/globalization and trade/industrial unionism? (Room: Queluz VI)

Duane Kujawa, University of Miami

What future contributions can IB make to the theory and practice of strategic management and vice versa? (Room: Queluz VII)

Steve Tallman, University of Richmond

Monday, June 28 - 09:00-10:15

 
Session 2.1.1 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Offshoring and Outsourcing Strategies (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100404)

Chair: Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School


Creating Value from Global Offshoring Network: Insights from a Software Giant (ID# 68)

Debmalya Mukherjee, University of Akron

Ajay Bhalla, City University of London

Does Offshoring Intensity Impact Firm Performance? The Moderating Effect of Firm Strategy (ID# 153)

Shirish C Srivastava, HEC Paris

The Impact of Management Capability on the Firm Resource-Performance Relationship: Evidence from Indian Offshore Outsourcing Service Providers (ID# 132)

Somnath Lahiri, Illinois State University

Ben L. Kedia, University of Memphis

Debmalya Mukherjee, University of Akron

Hybrid Competitive Strategies for Achieving Superior Performance during Global Expansion: Empirical Evidence of ICT Firms from Small and Open Economies (ID# 819)

Mika Gabrielsson, Aalto University

Tomi Seppälä, Aalto University

Peter Gabrielsson, University of Vaasa

 
Session 2.1.2 - Panel Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

The Past, Present and Future of International Business and Management (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100901)

Chair: Timothy Michael Devinney, University of Technology, Sydney

Co-Chair: Laszlo Tihanyi, Texas A&M University

Discussant: Torben Pedersen, Copenhagen Business School


Panelists: (ID# 292)

Timothy Michael Devinney, University of Technology, Sydney

Torben Pedersen, Copenhagen Business School

Laszlo Tihanyi, Texas A&M University

Yair Aharoni, Tel Aviv University

Greg Bell, University of Dallas

Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School

Masud Chand, Wichita State University

Susan P. Douglas, New York University

Rian Drogendijk, Tilburg University and Uppsala University

Igor Filatotchev, City University London

Roberto Gamarra, Lewis University

Ajai S. Gaur, Rutgers University

Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney

John Mezias, University of Miami

Ram Mudambi, Temple University

Rene Olie, Erasmus University

Abdul A. Rasheed, University of Texas, Arlington

Brent Smith, St. Joseph’s University

David C. Thomas, Simon Fraser University

Rob Van Tulder, Erasmus University

Luis Vives, ESADE - Ramon Llull University

Lena Zander, Uppsala University

 
Session 2.1.3 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Managing Multicultural Teams (Session# 100803)

Chair: Chris Markus Baumann, Macquarie University


Development of Transactive Memory Systems in Multicultural Teams (ID# 778)

Aycan Kara, Florida Atlantic University

Dynamics of Cross-Cultural Interactions in Multinational Teams: Studying Multinational Teams beyond the Comparison of Cultural Value Dimensions (ID# 814)

Aida Hajro, Brunel University

Markus Pudelko, Tübingen University

Cultural Differences and Similarities between Canadian and U.S. Managers (ID# 945)

Tomasz Lenartowicz, Florida Atlantic University

Mark F. Peterson, Florida Atlantic University

Maria Petrescu, Florida Atlantic University

 
Session 2.1.4 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Internationalization of R&D (Session# 100607)

Chair: Annique Un, University of South Carolina


How Global is R&D? Determinants of the Home Country Bias in R&D Investments (ID# 783)

Rene Belderbos, K.U. Leuven

Bart Leten, K.U. Leuven

Shinya Suzuki, K.U. Leuven

Institutional Influences on the Choice of Export Markets for International Licensing and R&D Outsourcing (ID# 940)

Suma Athreye, Brunel University

Tomasz Mickiewicz, University College London

Yong Yang, Brunel University & Queen Mary, University of London

Exploiting Knowledge Externalities in the Global Economy: The Role of International Depth and Breadth (ID# 125)

Mario I. Kafouros, University of Leeds

L. Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds

How Openness of the Local System Impacts on the MNC Sub-unit Exploratory Activity (ID# 857)

John Cantwell, Rutgers University

Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano

 
Session 2.1.5 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Internationalization and the Small Firm (Session# 101004)

Chair: Erkko Autio, Imperial College London


Revealing Internationalisation Practices of the Small Firm (ID# 495)

Peter Lamb, La Trobe University

Jorgen Sandberg, University of Queensland

Peter Liesch, University of Queensland

Relationship between Speed of Internationalization and International Performance (ID# 22)

Sylvie Chetty, Massey University

Jan Johanson, Uppsala University

Martin Johanson, Uppsala University

Oscar Martín Martín, Public University of Navarre

SME Networks for Internationalization: A Systematic Review of Evidence from the Software Sector (ID# 574)

Loren M. Stangl, Massey University

Giving Meaning to Internationalization: Purposes, Interpretation and Choice in the International Involvement of Brazilian Small Business Entrepreneurs (ID# 605)

Rene Seifert Jr., University of Birmingham

John Child, University of Birmingham

Suzana Braga Rodrigues, Erasmus University

 
Session 2.1.6 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Geography of FDI (Session# 100306)

Chair: Alan M. Rugman, University of Reading


ICT Development and the Regional vs. Global Strategies of Multinational Enterprises (ID# 36)

Linghui Tang, College of New Jersey

Len Trevino, Loyola University New Orleans

Can Country Continuously Compete on Cheap Labor Cost? A System Dynamics Approach to FDI Policy Analysis (ID# 197)

Massood Samii, Southern New Hampshire University

Pard Teekasap, Southern New Hampshire University

Global Cities: Beachheads, Supply Points, and Multinational Enterprise Location Decisions (ID# 448)

Anthony Goerzen, University of Victoria

Christian Asmussen, Copenhagen Business School

Leaders Follow the Followers: Multinationality and Domestic Competitive Position among Japanese Firms (ID# 141)

Kiyohiko Ito, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Elizabeth L Rose, Aalto University

Eun-Bum Cho, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 
Session 2.1.7 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Government and Politics (Session# 100109)

Chair: Richard W. Carney, Nanyang Technological University


Corporate Political Activity of Multinationals from Newly Developed Countries in Emerging Economies: Spanish Multinational Corporations in Chile, 1990-2005 (ID# 189)

Marcelo Bucheli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Erica Salvaj, Universidad de los Andes

Politically Shaped IPOs: The Case of Privatization (ID# 877)

Narjess Boubakri, HEC Montreal

Walid Saffar, American University of Beirut

Why Some Countries Trade More, Some Trade Less, Some Trade Almost Nothing: The Effect of the Governance Environment on Trade Flows (ID# 232)

Jun Wu, Old Dominion University

Shaomin Li, Old Dominion University

Darryl Samsell, Guilford College

 
Session 2.1.8 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Strategic Marketing Decisions (Session# 100204)

Chair: David Griffith, Michigan State University


Marketing Strategy Making Process: An Empirical Analysis of Intended and Realised Strategies (ID# 840)

Simos Chari, University of Leeds

Strategic Choices and Global Chains from an Operations-based Perspective: A Multiple Cases Study (ID# 233)

Ely Laureano Paiva, EAESP - FGV

Luciana Marques Vieira, UNISINOS PPG ADM

Outsourcing Strategies of Emerging Country Firms : Are they Different from Developed Country Multinationals? (ID# 790)

Afonso Fleury, University of Sao Paulo

Rebecca Arkader, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Andreas Groessler, Radboud University Nijmegen

Bjorge Laugen, University of Stavanger

Market Withdrawal, International Orientation and Marketing Resources: Effects on SME International Performance (ID# 920)

Pavlos Dimitratos, Athens University of Economics and Business

Panagiota Sapouna, Athens University of Economics and Business

Jorma Larimo, University of Vaasa

Ralph Lehmann, HTW Chur

Antonella Zucchella, University of Pavia

 
Session 2.1.9 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Joint Ventures and Networks (Session# 100405)

Chair: Hemant Merchant, Florida Atlantic University


Accumulation of Rare International Experience and the Evolution of Domestic Network Structure in German Board Interlocks (ID# 214)

Exequiel Hernandez, University of Minnesota

Wm. Gerard Sanders, Rice University

Anja Tuschke, University of Munich

Partner Resource Asymmetry, Ownership Asymmetry and IJV Survival (ID# 86)

Jane Lu, National University of Singapore

Assets Characteristics and Cultural Influences on Share Ownership by Foreign Partners in Cross-Border Joint Ventures (ID# 277)

Sougand Golesorkhi, Manchester Metropolitan University

Mike Bowe, University of Manchester

Mo Yamin, University of Manchester

Performance benefits of cross border transfers of explicit and tacit knowledge to international joint ventures (IJVs): The moderating effects of age (ID# 1011)

Chan-Soo Park, University of British Columbia

Ilan Vertinsky, University of British Columbia

Chol Lee, Sogang University

 
Session 2.1.10 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Knowledge Sharing in Business Networks (Session# 100609)

Chair: Susan M. Mudambi, Temple University


An Empirical Study of the Fit Between Knowledge Sharing Routines of International Supply Chain Partners and Relational Performance (ID# 827)

Marcel Zondag, University of Tennessee

Matthew Myers, University of Tennessee

Mee-Shew Cheung, Xavier University

Brokerage-Based Strategy for Enhancing Value from the MNE‘s Knowledge Exchange Network: A Social Network Analysis (ID# 361)

Yvonne Ho, Tamkang University

The Impact of Hierarchical and Network Level Mechanisms on Knowledge Transfer Effectiveness (ID# 262)

Ulf Andersson, Copenhagen Business School

Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds

Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University

Are Social Networks Overrated in Explaining Knowledge Search across Borders? (ID# 428)

James Nebus, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Kendall Roth, University of South Carolina

 
Session 2.1.11 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutions, Governance and Strategy (Session# 100508)

Chair: Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas


Multinational Enterprises and Product Recalls - Do Institutions Matter? (ID# 487)

Etayankara (Murli) Muralidharan, University of Manitoba

Strategizing in Pluralistic Settings of Multinational Enterprises: Strategizing Practices as Dynamic Capabilities (ID# 525)

Ali Taleb, HEC Montreal

Can we learn from CEE? Diffusion of People Management Practices from Central and Eastern Europe. (ID# 938)

Michal Lemanski, WU Vienna

A Focus on a Stakeholder View of the Firm to Compete Globally (ID# 1262)

O.C. Ferrell, University of New Mexico

Linda Ferrell, University of New Mexico

 
Session 2.1.12 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Outward FDI from Emerging Economies (Session# 100314)

Chair: Denise R. Dunlap-Hinkler, Northeastern University


Chinese Firms’ Outward FDI Mode Choices: The Effects Of Joint Venture Experience in Inward FDI (ID# 28)

Qunyong Xie, University of Agder

Global Players from Brazil: Drivers and Challenges of Internationalization of Brazilian Firms (ID# 690)

Flavia Carvalho, UNU-MERIT, The Netherlands and Fundação Dom Cabral

Alvaro Bruno Cyrino, Fundacao Dom Cabral

Determinants of the FDI from Developing Countries: A Panel Data Analysis (ID# 741)

Mohamed Amal, Blumenau Regional University

Henrique Raboch, Blumenau Regional Unviersity

Trends, Advantages and Disadvantages: The Location Key-Concept in the Internationalization Process of Brazilian Northeastern Companies (ID# 860)

Erica Piros Kovacs, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco - UFRPE

Walter Fernando Araújo de Moraes, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - UFPE

Brigitte Renata Bezerra de Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco - UNIVASF

The Internationalization of Brazilian Banks (ID# 892)

Sérgio Henrique Arruda Cavalcante Forte, Universidade de Fortaleza

José Mauricio Galli Geleilate, Universidade de Fortaleza

Outward FDI as Strategic Flipping: Case Studies of Global Acquisitions by Chinese Machine Tool Companies (ID# 1100)

Changhui Zhou, Peking University

Chunfen Wang, Peking University

Jing Li, Simon Fraser University

Home Country Macro-Economic Determinants of East Asian Outward Direct Investment (ID# 661)

Ling Liu, University of Edinburgh

Won Kyung Min, University of Edinburgh

 
Session 2.1.13 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Structure, Institutions and Organizations (Session# 100907)

Chair: David Reeb, Temple University


Legal Regime, Size, and Liquidity Factors in Asset Pricing (ID# 57)

Bruce Hearn, University of Leicester

Jenifer Piesse, King's College London

Culture, Institutions, and National Accounting: Evaluating Gray’s Cultural Framework (ID# 514)

Joshua K. Cieslewicz, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Tunneling, Dividends, and Business Groups: Evidence from Japan (ID# 1005)

Sandra Dow, Monterey Institute of International Studies

Raj Aggarwal, University of Akron

Measurement of National Culture: A Multiple Source Latent Variable Approach (ID# 1013)

Joshua Devin Shackman, TUI University

Factors Influencing Responses towards Adoption of the Fair Value Accounting Option; a Survey of CFOs of US-based Companies (ID# 560)

Hamid Pourjalali, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Eric Wen, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Shirley J. Daniel, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Boo chun Jung, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 
Session 2.1.14 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

New Insights on Culture and Cultural Understanding (Session# 100813)

Chair: Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Giving Feedback in Multicultural Organizations: The Moderating Role of Regulatory Focus, Feedback Sign, and Framing (ID# 556)

Yuan Liao, Simon Fraser University

The Path toward Greater Polycontextual Sensitivity in International Business Studies: A Road Not (Yet) Well-Traveled (ID# 1018)

Moriah Aurora Meyskens, Florida International University

Linda D. Clarke, University of Florida

Debra L. Shapiro, University of Maryland

Mary Ann Von Glinow, Florida International University

Convergence and Divergence Can Be Two Faces of the Same Coin: The Emergence of a Global Managerial Culture and Its Impact on Managerial Dynamics in Developing Countries (ID# 965)

Arif Nazir Butt, Lahore University of Management Sciences

Alfred M. Jaeger, McGill University

Sung Soo Kim, McGill University

Employment of Returnees in Multinational Subsidiaries in China (ID# 506)

Huanglin Wang, University of Western Ontario

Jean-Louis Schaan, University of Western Ontario

An Interdisciplinary Review of ‘Cultural Encounters’ to Expand the Research on International Assignment and Intercultural Competencies (ID# 472)

Guilherme Azevedo, McGill University

'Glocal' Ba Management Theory (ID# 97)

Motofusa Murayama, Seattle University

Understanding Propensity to Initiate Negotiations: An Examination of the Effects of Culture and Personality (ID# 114)

Roger James Volkema, American University and IAG PUC-Rio

Denise Fleck, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Monday, June 28 - 10:15-10:45

 
Time: 10:15-10:45
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Coffee Break (Session# 101506)


Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).

Monday, June 28 - 10:45-12:15

 
Session 2.2 - Plenary Time: 10:45-12:15
Room: Alhambra (2nd Floor)

Corporate Brazil’s Lessons for the World

Chair: Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School


Organized by Tarun Khanna in collaboration with Betania Tanure. This event will bring together distinguished Brazilian leaders. They will discuss Brazil’s political economy and institutional environment, the global competitiveness of Brazilian industries and companies, and suggest some lessons for the rest of the world from Brazil’s experiences.
Presenters:

Andre Bier Gerdau Johannpeter, CEO, Gerdau SA

Pedro Parente, President and CEO, Bunge

Decio da Silva, Chairman of the Board, Weg SA

Monday, June 28 - 12:15-13:30

 
Time: 12:15-13:30
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Light Lunch


A light lunch will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).
 
Time: 12:15-13:30
Room: Windsor (17th Floor)

JIBS Editors & Editorial Boards Meeting

Chair: Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M University


Board Meeting and Presentation of the JIBS 2009-2010 Best Reviewer Awards.
Participation is limited to the current JIBS Editors, JIBS Editorial Staff, JIBS Consulting Editors Board Members, and JIBS Editorial Review Board Members.

Monday, June 28 - 13:30-14:45

 
Session 2.3.1 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 12 - Methods in International Business Research Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Conducting High Quality Interdisciplinary Research in International Business: Conceptual and Methodological Considerations (Session# 101201)

Chair: Joseph L. C. Cheng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Discussant: Yves Doz, INSEAD


An Interdisciplinary View of Context in International Business Research (ID# 1201)

John Child, University of Birmingham

Missing Relations: Lessons from a Psychologist’s Collaborations with Sociologists (ID# 1202)

Michael W. Morris, Columbia Business School

 
Session 2.3.2 - Panel Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Developing-Country Multinational Companies: How Can They Help Develop New Theory? (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100703)

Chair: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina


Panelists: (ID# 855)

Preet S. Aulakh, York University

Jean-François Hennart, Tilburg University

Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School

Klaus E. Meyer, University of Bath

Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina

 
Session 2.3.3 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Is it Institutions, Information or Incentives? (Session# 100505)

Chair: Sea Jin Chang, National University of Singapore


The Effect of Institutional Factors on M&As: Evidence from the European Market (ID# 9)

Caterina Moschieri, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Jose Manuel Campa, IESE

Firm- and Country-level Determinants of Individual Corporate Reputation Assessments (ID# 894)

M Abrahim Soleimani, Florida International University

William Newburry, Florida International University

Sebastian Taciak, Reputation Institute

Leonard Ponzi, Reputation Institute

Characteristics of Overseas R&D Centers in Charge of Exploratory Research: Evidence from Japanese Multinationals (ID# 272)

Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University

 
Session 2.3.4 - Panel Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Women in Business: Challenges and Opportunities (Panel Sponsored by WAIB, Women in the Academy of International Business) (Session# 101002)

Chair: Betania Tanure, Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais

Co-Chair: Janet Y. Murray, University of Missouri St. Louis


Panelists: (ID# 714)

Chieko Aoki, Blue Tree Hotels

Eduardo Bom Angelo, LAZAM MDS

Françoise Trapenard , Telefonica

Antônio Carvalho Neto, Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais

 
Session 2.3.5 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Role of International Entrepreneurship (Session# 101007)

Chair: Gary Knight, Florida State University


An Institutional Perspective on Macro-Level Entrepreneurship Activity across 35 Countries (ID# 1055)

Michael E. Valdez, Seton Hall University

James E. Richardson, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Linking Actual and Normative Cross-National Cultural Values with Entrepreneurship (ID# 422)

Miri Lerner, Academic College of Tel Aviv-Jaffa

Amir Shoham, College of Management Academic Studies

Ilan Alon, Rollins College

Knowledge Exploration and Exploitation, and International Entry Strategies of Small Emerging Economy High-tech Firms (ID# 624)

Xufei Ma, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Huan Zou, Loughborough University

The Entry of SMEs in Complex Markets (ID# 602)

Antonella Zucchella, University of Pavia

Roger Strange, University of Sussex

 
Session 2.3.6 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Institutional Distance and the Strategies of Foreign Entry (Session# 100309)

Chair: Vikas Kumar, University of Sydney


Institutions, International Experience, and Ownership Structure for Foreign Subsidiaries (ID# 49)

Naoki Ando, Hosei University

Nobuya Fukugawa, Tohoku University

Distance, Subsidiary Autonomy, and the Moderating Effect of Ownership Mode: A Transaction-Cost Perspective on Foreign Subsidiaries in China (ID# 263)

Jonas F. Puck, WU Vienna

Markus K. Hödl, WU Vienna

Hans-Georg Wolff, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Organizational Learning and Performance of International Acquisitions: The Moderating Role of Institutional Distance (ID# 426)

Desislava Dikova, University of Groningen

Paul Bakker, University of Groningen

Institutional Distance in the Emerging Market Entry Process - A Study of Managerial Perceptions (ID# 764)

Susanne Sandberg, Linnaeus University

Mikael Hilmersson, Linnaeus University

 
Session 2.3.7 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Rethinking Traditional IB Concepts and Constructs (Session# 100108)

Chair: Jose R. de la Torre, Florida International University


Cross-border Nonmarket Environments: Conceptualization and Strategic Implications (ID# 445)

Rafel Lucea, George Washington University

A New Approach to Cross-National Distance (ID# 389)

Heather Berry, University of Pennsylvania

Mauro Guillen, University of Pennsylvania

Nan Zhou, University of Pennsylvania

International Diversification and Managerial Ownership: Investigating the Incentive Alignment Perspective in the International Context (ID# 494)

Todd Alessandri, Northeastern University

Anju Seth, Virginia Tech

An Explanation of the European Paradox: The Impact of R&D Investment on Economic Growth (ID# 1075)

I-Chen K. Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Hanko K. Zeitzmann, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 
Session 2.3.8 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Cross-Cultural Adjustment (Session# 100809)

Chair: Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales


Cultural Intelligence, Self-Monitoring, and Cultural Distance as Predictors of Expatriate Adjustment (ID# 664)

Anna-Katherine Ward, University of South Carolina

Cultural Bumps on the Side of the Head: A Longitudinal Panel Study of Expatriate Cognitive Changes (ID# 226)

Anthony Fee, University of Sydney

Steven Lu, University of Sydney

Sidney J. Gray, University of Sydney

Cultural Intelligence and Self-deception (ID# 159)

Valerie Rosenblatt, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Effects of Expatriate Social Network Composition: A Multi-Level Model Based on Empirical Investigations of the Moderating Role of Country-Level Culture Distance (ID# 614)

AAhad Osman-Gani, IIUM University

Thomas Rockstuhl, Nanyang Technological University

 
Session 2.3.9 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Cross Border Financial and Macroeconomic Impact (Session# 100905)

Chair: Raj Aggarwal, University of Akron


Learning-by-Exporting and Firm Productivity: Do Macroeconomic Factors Matter? (ID# 707)

Yong Yang, Brunel University & Queen Mary, University of London

Sushanta Mallick, Queen Mary, University of London

Dealing with Information Asymmetry in Cross-border Acquisitions (ID# 436)

Protiti Dastidar, Temple University

Srilata Zaheer, University of Minnesota

Spillover effect of U.S. Monetary Policy on Banks Outside the United States (ID# 847)

Haiyan Yin, Indiana University - South Bend

Jiawen Yang, George Washington University

Is Cross-Listing a Commitment Mechanism? Evidence from Cross-Listings around the World (ID# 607)

Hyejin Cho, Korea University

Jaiho Chung, Korea University

Woojin Kim, Korea University

 
Session 2.3.10 - Competitive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Economic Effects of Knowledge Diffusion (Session# 100611)

Chair: Rene Belderbos, K.U. Leuven


International Trade, Technology Diffusion, and the Role of Diffusion Barriers (ID# 862)

Yao Li, University of Western Ontario

The Influence of International Dispersed and Home-Based R&D on Innovation Performance (ID# 659)

Anja Schmiele, ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research

Bettina Peters, ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research

Tacit Knowledge Perspective: Relationship between Internationalization and Top Executive’s Job Prospect (ID# 725)

Rimi Zakaria, Florida International University

Paul Tanyi, Florida International University

Innovation’s Causal Ambiguity, Competitive Advantage and Transfer Worthiness (ID# 325)

Francesco Ciabuschi, Uppsala University

Oscar Martín Martín, Public University of Navarre

 
Session 2.3.11 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutions and the Multinational Firm (Session# 100118)

Chair: Daniel Van den Bulcke, University of Antwerp


Institutional Dissimilarity of Prior Experience and MNC Subsidiary Performance (ID# 118)

Sungjin J. Hong, University of Texas at Dallas

Multinational Corporations, Technology Spillovers and Human Rights’ Impacts on Developing Countries (ID# 803)

Elisa Giuliani, University of Pisa

Trust, Reliance on Control Mechanisms and Performance of Subordinates (ID# 644)

Samson Ekanayake, Deakin University

The Private Benefit of Control and the Sub-Location Decision by Firms Entering China (ID# 691)

Ming-Sung Kao, Fu Jen Catholic University

Yi-Chieh Chang, St. John's University

Chih-Fang Chiu, National Taiwan University

The Influence of Pro-Social Policies & NGOs on FDI in Developing Countries (ID# 238)

Candace Agrella Martinez, Saint Louis University

Gayle Allard, IE Business School

Global Supply Chains and Human Rights: A Research Agenda (ID# 330)

Lin Lerpold, Stockholm School of Economics

Emma Sjöström, Stockholm School of Economics

Björn Axelsson, Stockholm School of Economics

Sara Nordbrand, Stockholm School of Economics

 
Session 2.3.12 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

International Business-to-Business Relationships (Session# 100208)

Chair: Saeed Samiee, University of Tulsa


International Buyer Behaviour-Commitment Relationship: An Investigation of the Empirical Link in Importing (ID# 144)

Mohammed Abu Saleh, Rajshahi University

M. Yunus Ali, Monash University Malaysia

Craig Julian, Southern Cross University

How Do Firm Capabilities Influence Foreign Market Entry? (ID# 507)

Helena Fenikova Allman, University of South Carolina

Intangible Assets, Dynamic Marketing Capability and the Speed and Success of Export Expansion (ID# 658)

Saba Khalid, University of Vaasa

Pervez Ghauri, King's College London

Value Creation and Value Appropriation of Relationship-Specific Investment (ID# 772)

Min-Ping Kang, Shih Hsin University

 
Session 2.3.13 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Entry Mode Strategy (Session# 100413)

Chair: Stewart Miller, University of Texas - San Antonio


The Impact of Cultural Distance Framework on Foreign Establishment Mode Decision (ID# 346)

Jorma Larimo, University of Vaasa

Douglas Dow, University of Melbourne

Selecting an Appropriate Offshoring Mode: The Effect of Strategic Importance of the Service, Managerial Motives and Concerns (ID# 424)

Anand Pore, Emporia State University

Farok Contractor, Rutgers University

Countering the Centripetal Force of Agglomeration: Interclusteral Cross-border Alliances (ID# 449)

Anthony Goerzen, University of Victoria

Exploring Home-Regionalisation: The Case of Cross-Border M&A (ID# 567)

Andre Sammartino, University of Melbourne

Thomas Osegowitsch, University of Melbourne

Towards a Composite Theory of Entry Mode Choice: The Case of Service MNCs in China (ID# 978)

Hannah Xia Han, University College Dublin

Zengyu Huang, University College Dublin

John Cassidy, University College Dublin

A Dyadic Perspective on Determinants of Entry Choices in the Global Hospitality Industry (ID# 1050)

Kun Yang, Florida International University

John Buschman, Florida International University

 
Session 2.3.14 - Interactive Time: 13:30-14:45
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

FDI and Trade Involving Emerging Economies (Session# 100720)

Chair: Susan E. Feinberg, Rutgers University


The United States’ Direct Investment and Intra-Industry Trade with Japan, the Four Tigers, and China (ID# 95)

William Xiaojun Wei, Grant MacEwan University

Jin Zhang, University of Alberta

Geographical Proximity as a Driver of M&A Decisions: Evidence from Cross-border Deals (2000-2009). (ID# 373)

Emmanuel Metais, EDHEC Business School

Philippe Very, EDHEC Business School

Pierre-Guy Hourquet, EDHEC Business School

Foreign Market Selection by Russian MNEs (ID# 566)

Olga E. Annushkina, Bocconi University

Renata Trinca Colonel, Bocconi University

The Geography of Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Mid-Point for the UN Millennium Goals of 2000 (ID# 818)

Joel Ian Deichmann, Bentley University

From Blind Spots to Hotspots: How Knowledge Service Clusters Develop and Attract Foreign Investment (ID# 901)

Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts Boston

Joan E. Ricart, University of Navarra

Maria Soledad Rosatti Rique, University of Navarra

Arie Y. Lewin, Duke University

Choices over Levels of Exports in Two Primary Goods: A Brazil-Argentina Competition Game for USA-Germany Destinations (ID# 985)

Marcos Carvalho Sena, University of Forlaleza

Núbio Vidal Gomes Filho, University of Fortaleza

Liabilities of Regionalization and the Emerging Market Firm (ID# 1061)

Keith James Kelley, Florida International University

Monday, June 28 - 14:45-15:00

 
Time: 14:45-15:00

Break (Session# 101509)


Monday, June 28 - 15:00-16:15

 
Session 2.4.1 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

New Directions in CCM/HRM Research (Session# 100807)

Chair: Pawan Budhwar, Aston University


Bicultural Identity and Trade Facilitation: The Indian Diaspora in North America (ID# 486)

Masud Chand, Wichita State University

The Moderating Role of Decision Latitude in a Cross-Cultural Model of Organizational Stress: A Nine Country Study. (ID# 243)

Rabi S. Bhagat, University of Memphis

Tejinder K. Billing, Rowan University

Opposite Ends of the Same Stick: Multi-Method Test of Independence of Individualism and Collectivism (ID# 908)

Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Riikka Sarala, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Individualism-Collectivism in Hofstede and GLOBE (ID# 78)

Sunil Venaik, University of Queensland

Paul Brewer, University of Queensland

 
Session 2.4.2 - Panel Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

International Entrepreneurship and Emerging Markets: The Perspectives of Entrepreneurs and Academicians (Session# 101001)

Chair: Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)


Panelists: (ID# 1099)

Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Alexandre Menezes, Ivia

Alexandre Moura, Light Infocon Tecnologia

Gary Knight, Florida State University

Vitor Corado Simões, ISEG, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

Hsiu Ching Wang, Sebrae

 
Session 2.4.3 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Host Institutions and the Choice of Entry Mode (Session# 100311)

Chair: Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University


The Effect of Long Term Orientation on Subsidiary Ownership, Expatriate Staffing, and Subsidiary Survival (ID# 127)

George Z. Peng, University of Regina

Paul W. Beamish, University of Western Ontario

The Impact of Intellectual Property Rights Protection on the Choice between International Affiliate and Non-Affiliate Licensing by U.S. Firms: A Panel Data Study (ID# 571)

Nikolaos P Papageorgiadis, Uppsala University

Adam R Cross, University of Leeds

Constantinos Alexiou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The Internalization of Societal Institutions (ID# 867)

Jean J. Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY

Choice of Market Entry Modes of International Operating Retailers – An Institutional and Contingency Perspective (ID# 942)

Stefan Elsner, University of Trier

Eva Schneider, University of Trier

Margot Löwenberg, University of Trier

Bernhard Swoboda, University of Trier

 
Session 2.4.4 - Panel Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Chinese Business Presence in Africa New Opportunities for Development or History Revisited (Session# 100705)


Panelists: (ID# 895)

Sammy K. Bonsu, York University

Aloysius Marcus Newenham-Kahindi, University of Saskatchewan

Pia Polsa, Fudan University

Ijeoma C. Ezeasor, University of Nigeria

 
Session 2.4.5 - Panel Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Adaptation in Times of Crisis and Uncertainty: New Forms of Innovation and Learning in Emerging Markets (Session# 100701)

Chair: Carlo Pietrobelli, Inter-American Development Bank

Discussant: Carlo Pietrobelli, Inter-American Development Bank


Industry Evolution and the Sustainability of Competitive Advantage in Conditions of Macroeconomic Turbulence (ID# 1243)

Luiz Mesquita, Arizona State University

Public-Private Institutions as Responses to Crisis and Catalysts of Innovation in Emerging Markets (ID# 1244)

Gerald A. McDermott, University of South Carolina

The Dynamics of Cluster Knowledge Systems and the Persistence of Technological Gatekeepers: A Longitudinal Study of a Chilean Wine Cluster (ID# 1245)

Elisa Giuliani, University of Pisa

 
Session 2.4.6 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 12 - Methods in International Business Research Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Advances in Research Design for IB Research (Session# 101205)


Applications of Experimental Methods to International Business Research: It is more than you think (ID# 1206)

Timothy Michael Devinney, University of Technology, Sydney

Multi-Level Research Design (ID# 1207)

Mark Gavin, Oklahoma State University

Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong

 
Session 2.4.7 - Panel Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Academic Mentors for Women – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. How do the Relationships Differ for Women? (Panel Sponsored by WAIB, Women in the Academy of International Business) (Session# 101108)

Chair: Joan P Mileski, Texas A & M University at Galveston


My Views on Academic Mentoring (ID# 1238)

Hildy Teegen, University of South Carolina

How to Balance your Career with Your Personal Life (ID# 1239)

Maria Tereza Fleury, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Dean's Perspective in Mentoring and Encouraging International Business Faculty (ID# 1240)

Raj Aggarwal, University of Akron

Grateful to Good Mentors (ID# 1241)

Crystal X. Jiang, Bryant University

Mentoring: A Two-Way Street (ID# 1242)

Denise R. Dunlap-Hinkler, Northeastern University

 
Session 2.4.8 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Product and Promotion Issues (Session# 100205)

Chair: Johny K. Johansson, Georgetown University


Cross-Cultural Creativity: A Conceptualization for Global New Product Development (ID# 446)

Esi Abbam Elliot, University of Illinois at Chicago

Cheryl Nakata, University of Illinois at Chicago

Reinforcing or Undermining Anti-Counterfeiting Success Examining the Interactive Role of Consumer Discrimination & Global Brand Positioning in China (ID# 464)

Deli Yang, Trinity University

Gerald Fryxell, China Europe International Business School

Environment-International Promotion Strategy Coalignment: An Examination of Subsidiary-Level Performance (ID# 163)

Saeed Samiee, University of Tulsa

Marios Theodosiou, University of Cyprus

Constantine S. Katsikeas, University of Leeds

The Influence of Information Search Tendency and Uncertainty Avoidance on Word-of-Mouth Actvitiy in Consumer Service Selection (ID# 548)

Bruce Money, Brigham Young University

Vasilis Theoharakis, ALBA Graduate School

Chad Allred, Brigham Young University

 
Session 2.4.9 - Panel Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Regional Strategies by Multinational Corporations: Past Research, Present Findings, and Future Directions (Session# 100401)

Chair: Luis Vives, ESADE - Ramon Llull University

Co-Chair: Rafel Lucea, George Washington University

Discussant: Silviya Svejenova, ESADE - Ramon Llull University


Critical Review of the Regionalization Literature (ID# 1221)

Thomas Osegowitsch, University of Melbourne

The Quest for Regional Advantage (ID# 1222)

Luis Vives, ESADE - Ramon Llull University

A Simulated Annealing Approach to Understanding the Impact of Regional Grouping Schemes in International Business Research (ID# 1223)

Ruth V. Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Do Regional Strategies Require Regional Managerial Mindsets? (ID# 1224)

Rafel Lucea, George Washington University

 
Session 2.4.10 - Competitive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

How Institutions Affect Innovations in MNCs (Session# 100608)

Chair: Anupama Phene, George Washington University


When a Good Science Base Is Not Enough to Create Competitive Industries: Lock-In and Inertia in Russian Systems of Innovation (ID# 963)

Rajneesh Narula, University of Reading

Irina Jormanainen, Aalto University

"Springboard Country" and "Springboard Subsidiary": A New Perspective on Internationalization in Latin America (ID# 293)

José Pla-Barber, University of Valencia

Joaquin Camps, University of Valencia

Anoop Madhok, York University

National, Industrial and Firm-Level Determinants of International Technology Diffusion: Electronic Ticketing among Airlines (ID# 313)

Roberto Nolan Galang, IESE

 
Session 2.4.11 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Risk in International Business (Session# 100115)

Chair: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina


Using a Dyadic Level Approach to Analyze International Interdependencies Country Risk Implications (ID# 1051)

Jean-Samuel Cloutier, Université Laval

James William Campbell, Université Laval

Zhan Su, Université Laval

Relation between Perception of Political Risk in a Country and Perception of Its Adequacy for FDI: A Sample of Brazilian Businesspeople (ID# 65)

Antonio Gelis Filho, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Institutional Interactions during Global Crisis: Implications of the Varieties of Capitalism on Firm Strategy and Performance (ID# 1103)

Kurt Norder, University of South Carolina

Reflections on the Evolving Terrorist Threat to Luxury Hotels: A Case Study on Marriott International (ID# 817)

David A. Wernick, Florida International University

Mary Ann Von Glinow, Florida International University

 
Session 2.4.12 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Process Perspectives in Multinational Enterprises (Session# 100318)

Chair: Sylvie Chetty, Massey University


Internationalization Processes in Unstable Markets: A Model to Deal with Crisis Environments (ID# 417)

Francisco Figueira de Lemos, Uppsala University

Amjad Hadjikhani, Uppsala University

Towards a Theory of International Production of Infrastructure Services (ID# 484)

Frederico Araujo Turolla, ESPM

Welfare-Seeking: FDI’s Unacknowledged Motive (ID# 606)

Brent Malcolm Burmester, University of Auckland

Liability of "Homeness": Friction, Institutions, and Firms’ Disadvantages Abroad (ID# 758)

Charles Edward Stevens, Ohio State University

Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University

 
Session 2.4.13 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Design of MNC Knowledge Strategies (Session# 100618)

Chair: Andreas P.J. Schotter, Thunderbird School of Global Management


The Implementation of Knowledge Initiatives in MNC Units: Reception and Agency (ID# 684)

Randi Lunnan, BI Norwegian School of Management

Managing Knowledge in Emerging Markets: A Study about Innovation Practices of Multinational Subsidiaries in Brazil and India (ID# 593)

Eliane Franco, University of New South Wales

Sangeeta Ray, University of Sydney

Pradeep Kanta Ray, University of New South Wales

Does Professional Knowledge Management Improve Innovation Performance at the Firm Level? (ID# 368)

Dirk Czarnitzki, K.U. Leuven

Annelies Wastyn, K.U. Leuven

Managing Entrepreneurial Processes in MNCs: Connecting the Dots (ID# 873)

Monica Masucci, Bocconi University

Markus Venzin, Bocconi University

General Purpose Technologies (GPTs) and the Re-Structuring of International Innovation Networks of Multinational Corporations (ID# 960)

Ranfeng Qiu, Rutgers University

Borders and Distance in Knowledge Spillovers: Dying over Time or Dying with Age? - Evidence from Patent Citations (ID# 1112)

Yao Li, University of Western Ontario

Not Invented Here: Domestic Bias in Biotechnology Industry Scanning (ID# 476)

Amanda Budde-Sung, University of Sydney

 
Session 2.4.14 - Interactive Time: 15:00-16:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Bridging the Headquarters-Subsidiary Divide (Session# 100814)

Chair: Markus Pudelko, Tübingen University


Institutional Environment and HRM Practices: An Analysis of Four European Multinational Subsidiaries in Bangladesh (ID# 26)

Shamsud D. Chowdhury, Dalhousie University

Monowar H. Mahmood, East West University

Investment Escalation in Foreign Subsidiaries: Expatriate Managers’ Career Incentive Structure and Cultural Values (ID# 248)

Sungjin J. Hong, University of Texas at Dallas

Cultural Intelligence’s Influence on International Business Travelers’ Ability to Deal with the Strain Caused by Institutional Distance (ID# 175)

Jordan Nassif Leonel, Fundação Dom Cabral

Plinio Rafael Reis Monteiro, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Geovana Zoccal Gomes, Fundação Dom Cabral

Management and Cultural Adaptation in a Globalized World: The Value of Countercultural Practices (ID# 638)

Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales

Sunghoon Kim, University of New South Wales

Sara L. Rynes, University of Iowa

Extending Job Embeddedness across Cultures: An Exploratory Study in Japan (ID# 392)

Vesa Peltokorpi, HEC Paris

Examining the Effects of HRM Model "Fits" on Job Attitudes (ID# 636)

Aegean Leung, University of Victoria

Sankalp Chaturvedi, Imperial College London

Career Management and Social Capital in MNCs (ID# 1017)

Sully Taylor, Portland State University

Mila B. Lazarova, Simon Fraser University

Monday, June 28 - 16:15-16:45

 
Time: 16:15-16:45
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Coffee Break (Session# 101508)


Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).

Monday, June 28 - 16:45-18:00

 
Session 2.5.1 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Knowledge Transfer from MNC Subsidiaries (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100606)

Chair: Vitor Corado Simões, ISEG, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa


Knowledge Flows and Subsidiary’s Strategic Role: Using Configuration Theory to Extend Gupta and Govidarajan’s Typology (ID# 673)

Zhaleh Najafi Tavani, University of Manchester

Ghasem Zaefarian, University of Manchester

Peter Naudé, University of Manchester

Stephan C. Henneberg, University of Manchester

Axele Giroud, University of Manchester

Enhancing Knowledge Creation Capability in MNC Subsidiaries: The Role of Global and Local Learning Practices (ID# 47)

Saba Colakoglu, Berry College

Underlying Conditions of Global Innovation at Overseas R&D Centers: The Case of Japanese Multinationals (ID# 271)

Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University

Factors affecting Reverse Transfer of Organizational Practices of Hong Kong Firms' Affiliates in China (ID# 353)

Leanne Chung, Cardiff Business School

 
Session 2.5.2 - Panel Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Corporate Governance in Comparative Perspective (Session# 100103)

Chair: Ruth V. Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Co-Chair: Michael A. Witt, INSEAD


The Influence of Ownership and Control Structures on Firm Performance: Evidence from Brazil (ID# 1208)

Dante Mendes Aldrighi, Universidade de São Paulo

Aquiles Elie Guimarães Kalatzis, Universidade de São Paulo

The Domestic Political Origins of Global Financial Standards: Agrarian Influence and the Creation of U.S. Securities Regulations (ID# 1209)

Richard W. Carney, Nanyang Technological University

The Cross-national Diversity of Corporate Governance Codes: An Actor-Centered Institutional Perspective (ID# 1210)

Ilir Haxhi, University of Amsterdam

Understanding the Determinants of Ownership Structure: A Latin America Perspective (ID# 1211)

Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Rafel Crespi-Cladera, Universitat de les Illes Balears

The Spirits of East Asian Capitalism: Hong Kong and South Korean Senior Executive Perceptions of Why Firms Exist (ID# 1212)

Michael A. Witt, INSEAD

 
Session 2.5.3 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Institutional Effects Within Emerging Economies (Session# 100711)

Chair: Witold Jerzy Henisz, University of Pennsylvania


The Impact of the Institutional Environment on the Strategic Posture of SMEs in the Philippines (ID# 299)

Hernan "Banjo" Roxas, University of Southern Queensland

Val Lindsay, Victoria University of Wellington

Nicholas Ashill, Victoria University of Wellington

Antong Victorio, Victoria University of Wellington

Institutions and Performance of Nonmarket Strategies: Evidence from China (ID# 310)

Yi Sun, Peking University

Managerial Responses to Achieving Competitiveness in Local vs. Global Contexts: An Institutional Perspective on the Role that Favors and Bribery Play in Emerging Markets (ID# 473)

Daniel J. McCarthy, Northeastern University

Sheila M. Puffer, Northeastern University

Denise R. Dunlap-Hinkler, Northeastern University

Alfred M. Jaeger, McGill University

Institutional Environment and Technology Import Trajectory: A Longitudinal Study of Emerging Economy Firms (ID# 786)

Indrajit Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

Sougata Ray, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

 
Session 2.5.4 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Impact of Business Group Affiliation in Emerging Economies (Session# 100707)

Chair: Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University


The Business Group as an Information Resource: An Investigation of Business Group Affiliation in the Indian Software Services Industry (ID# 489)

Anna Lamin, Northeastern University

Slack, Acquired Group Resource and Affiliate Growth through Diversification (ID# 492)

Weiwei Xu, National University of Singapore

Emerging Markets and Business Group Effects: An Empirical Analysis of Corporate Acquisitions in India (ID# 522)

Vijaya B. Marisetty, Monash University

Anju Seth, Virginia Tech

How Does the Stock Market React to Foreign Investment? The Effects of Investment Purpose, Stock Market Characteristics, and Business Group Affiliation (ID# 631)

ByoungYoup Lee, King's College London

Jenifer Piesse, King's College London

Roger Strange, University of Sussex

 
Session 2.5.5 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

The Performance of MNEs (Session# 100310)

Chair: Ahmet H. Kirca, Michigan State University


Does Internationalization Impact on Performance Differently in an Organizational vs. an Investor’s View? (ID# 212)

Jan Hendrik Fisch, University of Augsburg

Michael-Jörg Oesterle, University of Mainz

Katharina Kertels, University of Augsburg

Investor Involvement and the Impact on Firm Internationalization: A Conceptual Framework (ID# 258)

Jakob Müllner, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration

Multinationality-Performance Relationship: A Meta-Analysis (ID# 398)

Yong Yang, Brunel University & Queen Mary, University of London

Multinationality and Downside Risk: An Option Portfolio Perspective (ID# 1070)

Rene Belderbos, K.U. Leuven

Tony Tong, University of Colorado

Shubin Wu, K.U. Leuven

 
Session 2.5.6 - Panel Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Corporate Governance, Institutional Reforms, and Strategic Responses of BOVESPA Listed Firms (Session# 100101)

Chair: Susan Perkins, Northwestern University


Innocents Abroad: The Hazards of Joint Ventures with Pyramidal Group Firms (ID# 1246)

Susan Perkins, Northwestern University

Signal or Symbol? Interpreting Firms' Strategic Response to Institutional Change in the Brazilian Stock Market (ID# 1247)

Edward Zajac, Northwestern University

Regulatory Reforms of the Comissão de Valores Mobiliários (CVM) (ID# 1254)

José Luiz Osório, Jardim Botânico Partners

Corporate Governance and Value in Brazil (and Chile) (ID# 1248)

Ricardo Leal, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Regulatory Environment in Brazil,the Results of Reform, and Corporate Governance in Brazil (ID# 1255)

Mauro Rodrigues da Cunha, Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC)

 
Session 2.5.7 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Using Internet, Role Play, and Web Conferencing Resources to Teach International Business (Session# 101105)

Chair: Lee Howard Radebaugh, Brigham Young University


Experiential Teaching in International Business: Research & Education Praxis (ID# 634)

Meena Chavan, Macquarie University

Annibal José Scavarda, American University

Using Skill Development Exercises in Teaching International Business (ID# 71)

Anatoly Zhuplev, Loyola Marymount University

A Model for Teaching Intercultural Management through a Virtual and International Environment (ID# 997)

Lee Howard Radebaugh, Brigham Young University

Mariella Olivos Rossini, ESAN

Antonio Robalo, ISCTE

 
Session 2.5.8 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Exporting and Importing (Session# 100203)

Chair: Constantine S. Katsikeas, University of Leeds


Export Performance Conceptualization and Measurement: Contrasting and Integrating Academicians’ and Managers’ Viewpoints (ID# 44)

Jorge Carneiro, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Isabel Farias, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Jorge Ferreira Da Silva, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Foreignness-Induced Cognitive Disorientation: The Case of Exporters (ID# 146)

Claude Obadia, Advancia-Negocia, Paris

Irena Vida, University of Ljubljana

Nathalie Prime, ESCP Europe

Towards Relationship Success in Service Exports: A Study of Determinants and Consequences of Contractual-Based Governance Mechanisms (ID# 1086)

Vinh Nhat Lu, University of Adelaide

Drivers and Outcomes of Importer Adaptive Behavior in International Business Relationships (ID# 952)

Leonidas C. Leonidou, University of Cyprus

Dayananda Palihawadana, University of Leeds

Simos Chari, University of Leeds

Constantinos N. Leonidou, University of Leeds

 
Session 2.5.9 - Special Session Time: 16:45-18:00
Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Strategies of Latin American Firms in the Financial Crisis (BALAS Special Session) (Session# 101306)

Chair: Robert Grosse, EGADE, Tec de Monterrey


Global Financial Crisis: Perfect Storm to Test Multilatinas' Rise to Stardom (ID# 1294)

Joseph Ganitsky, University of Miami

Remittances and Global Financial Crisis: Impact on Latin American Firms (ID# 1295)

Xavier Ordeñana, ESPOL

The Global Financial Crisis and Latin American Company Responses (ID# 1296)

Robert Grosse, EGADE, Tec de Monterrey

 
Session 2.5.10 - Competitive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Knowledge Governance Mechanism (Session# 100613)

Chair: Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School


Enriching Absorptive Capacity through Social Interaction (ID# 702)

Jasper Hotho, Copenhagen Business School

Florian Becker-Ritterspach, University of Groningen

Ayse Saka-Helmhout, University of Surrey

Human Mobility, Global Networks and International Knowledge Spillovers: Evidence from High-Tech Small and Medium Enterprises in an Emerging Market (ID# 148)

Xiaohui Liu, Loughborough University

Mike Wright, University of Nottingham

Igor Filatotchev, City University London

Ou Dai, Loughborough University

Jiangyong Lu, Peking University

International Scientist Mobility and the Locus of Knowledge and Technology Transfer (ID# 254)

Jakob Edler, Manchester Business School

Heide Fier, ZEW Centre for European Economic Research

Christoph Grimpe, ZEW Centre for European Economic Research

Subsidiary Capital and Knowledge Flows in the MNC: Moderating Effects of HRM Practices (ID# 149)

Christopher Williams, University of Amsterdam

Soo Hee Lee, University of London

 
Session 2.5.11 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Location Choice of FDI (Session# 100317)

Chair: Christine M. Chan, University of Hong Kong


Collocation Patterns of Foreign Owned Firms in a Small Open Economy (ID# 213)

Cosmina Lelia Voinea, Radboud University Nijmegen

Hans van Kranenburg, Radboud University Nijmegen

The Role of Environmental Risk in Determining FDI Flows into the Middle East and North Africa region (ID# 307)

Tim Jan Rogmans, Nyenrode University, the Netherlands and Zayed University

Re-Examination of FDI Location Determinants: Evidence on Sequential Investments of Taiwanese MNEs in China (ID# 742)

Chin-I Chen, National Chi Nan University

Ching-Hsuan Yeh, National Chi Nan University

Hsu-Jen Yang, National Chi Nan University

Chinese Acquiring Japanese: Motives and Pattern of Chinese Outward M&A to Japan (ID# 440)

H. Richard Nakamura, Linnaeus University

Patrik Ström, University of Gothenburg

 
Session 2.5.12 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Competitive Strategies of Emerging Economy Firms (Session# 100717)

Chair: Jean-François Hennart, Tilburg University


Firm Size Distribution and Market Participation in India’s Information Technology Industry (ID# 53)

Sumit Majumdar, University of Texas at Dallas

Ashok Nag, Reserve Bank of India and Riskraft Consulting Limited

Davina Vora, SUNY New Paltz

Organizational Re-Design and Performance (ID# 219)

Ashok Som, ESSEC Business School

Constraints of Learning through JVs in Russian Parent Firms: A Grounded Theory Approach (ID# 609)

Irina Jormanainen, Aalto University

Does Ownership Matter? The Contingent Role of Parent Company in Business Groups (ID# 655)

Zheng Yan, National University of Singapore

Scaling Social Innovations: The Case of Gram Vikas (ID# 704)

Imran Chowdhury, ESSEC Business School

Filipe Santos, INSEAD

Searching for Successful Competitive Strategies of Local Firms in Central and Eastern Europe (ID# 872)

Arnold Schuh, WU Vienna

Claudia Schalk, WU Vienna

Using Organization Structure to Manage Political Ties: The Salim Business Group in Indonesia (ID# 989)

Marleen Dieleman, NUS Business School

Jean J. Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY

 
Session 2.5.13 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Empirical & Case Study in Global Strategy (Session# 100409)

Chair: Jerry Haar, Florida International University


Creative Climate, Innovativeness and Competitiveness of Qatari Firms (ID# 15)

Mohamed Zain, Qatar University

Norizan Mohd Kassim, Qatar University

Upgrading Internationalizing Business Strategies for Reinventing the Company's Fortunes a case of TATA Motors (ID# 336)

Prashant Salwan, Indian Institute of Management Indore

Strategic Evolution of Firm’s Core Activities: Case Study Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Industry (ID# 467)

Pooja Thakur, Rutgers University

How Does International Diversification Affect Operating Efficiency? U.S based Evidence (ID# 515)

Lei Li, Nottingham University Business School China

The Evolution of Lean Manufacturing Practices in Asia: A Comparison of Management Attitudes in Japan, Korea and China (ID# 555)

Shirley J. Daniel, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Carmencita Cheung, City University of Hong Kong

DongYoung Lee, University of Utah

Nate Staheli, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Wolf D. Reitsperger, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Internationalization Strategies of Retail Chains - An Empirical Study (ID# 910)

Bernhard Swoboda, University of Trier

Edith Olejnik, University of Trier

Hanna Schramm-Klein, University of Siegen

Dirk Morschett, University of Fribourg

The Impact of the Parent Firm’s Degree of Internationalization on Its Subsidiaries’ Size: The Case of the US MNCs (ID# 1000)

Marcelo J. Alvarado-Vargas, Florida International University

 
Session 2.5.14 - Interactive Time: 16:45-18:00
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Expatiations on Expatriation (Session# 100811)

Chair: Paula Caligiuri, Rutgers University - SMLR


Individual and Organizational Outcomes of Global Mobility in an Inter-Governmental Organization (ID# 239)

Jean-Luc Emile Cerdin, ESSEC Business School

Michael Dickmann, Cranfield University

Influence of Cross Cultural Adjustment on International Commuters and Their Families: A Spillover and Crossover Model of Work Family Conflict (ID# 717)

Dora M. Luk, City University of Hong Kong

Mihaela Nikolaeva Dimitrova, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Rebecca Wyland, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Cultural Distance and Willingness to Expatriate (ID# 583)

Kyle David Coble, Saint Louis University

Developing Global Mindset: The Power of Study Abroad Program (ID# 227)

Gordana Pesakovic, Argosy University

Too Short to Care About – Revisiting Intercultural Support for Short-Term Assignments (ID# 1006)

Leoni Verboven, Erasmus University

Betina Szkudlarek, Erasmus University

Repatriation: Human Resource Policies and Practices in Multinational Companies In Brazil (ID# 870)

Beatriz Maria Braga, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Mariana Barbosa Lima, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Monday, June 28 - 20:00-23:00

 
Time: 20:00-23:00

AIB Gala Dinner (Session# 101515)


The Gala Dinner will take place at the Windsor Barra Hotel, Ground Floor, rooms Louvre and Versailles. Business Casual attire is recommended.
The Gala Dinner is hosted by our local host institutions: Brazilian Academy of Management - ANPAD, Fundação Getulio Vargas - EAESP, Universidade de São Paulo, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro, Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais, and COPPEAD - UFRJ.

Tuesday, June 29

Tuesday, June 29 - 08:15-09:00

 
Session: 3.0.1 Time: 08:15-09:00

Fellows Café

Chair: Eleanor Westney, York University


Start the day with a set of small group discussions hosted by an AIB Fellow, focused on an IB topic of current and mutual interest. The Fellows Café is sponsored by the Schulich School of Business, York University.
What is the contribution of comparisons of national legal systems to our understanding of international business? (Room: Queluz III)

Jean J. Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY

How should JIBS position itself, to consolidate and build upon its high current standing as a journal? (Room: Queluz IV)

John Cantwell, Rutgers University

What are the implications of the rebalancing of global power away from the West and from established democracies? ((Room: Queluz V)

Timothy Michael Devinney, University of Technology, Sydney

What are the next steps in research on regional MNEs? (Room: Queluz VI)

Alan M. Rugman, University of Reading

Are China's investments in Africa a new form of colonialism? (Room: Queluz VII)

Daniel Van den Bulcke, University of Antwerp

Tuesday, June 29 - 09:00-10:15

 
Session 3.1.1 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Impact of Pro-Market Reforms in Emerging Economies (Session# 100712)

Chair: Wade M Danis, Georgia State University


How Pro-Market Reforms Change: The Impact of Diversification and Internationalization on the Performance of Developing Country Firms (ID# 73)

Elitsa R. Banalieva, Northeastern University

Helena Barnard, Gordon Institute of Business Science

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina

The Influence of Pro-Business Reforms and Corruption on Entrepreneurship (ID# 241)

Candace Agrella Martinez, Saint Louis University

Gayle Allard, IE Business School

Reforms, Multinationalization, and Profitability (ID# 469)

Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

The Political Economy of Residual State Ownership in Privatized Firms: Evidence from Emerging Markets (ID# 868)

Narjess Boubakri, HEC Montreal

Jean-Claude Cosset, HEC Montreal

Walid Saffar, American University of Beirut

 
Session 3.1.2 - Panel Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

A Multilevel Examination of Positive Organizational Constructs across Cultures (Session# 100801)

Chair: Dana M. McDaniel, University of California, Irvine

Discussant: Nancy R. Buchan, University of South Carolina


Cultural Positive Psychological Capital and Its Role in Global Mindset Development (ID# 1234)

Mary Sully de Luque, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Positive in One Culture, Negative in Another? Investigating Varying Outcomes of Comparative Energy Expressions (ID# 1235)

Dana M. McDaniel, University of California, Irvine

An Examination of Trust in Global Outsourcing Teams (ID# 1236)

Alaka N. Rao, San Jose State University

Organizational Legitimacy as a Positive Organizational Construct (ID# 1237)

Matthew Mitchell, University of South Carolina

 
Session 3.1.3 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Embeddedness and All That (Session# 100503)

Chair: Duane Kujawa, University of Miami


An Embeddedness Perspective on the Value Creation of MNC Parents - Evidence from European Manufacturing Subsidiaries (ID# 134)

Phillip C. Nell, Copenhagen Business School

Ambos Björn, WU Vienna

Explaining Subsidiaries’ Local Embeddedness and Knowledge Outflows: A Social Network Perspective (ID# 621)

Zaidah Mustaffa, University of Auckland

Multi-level Social Capital and Knowledge Transfer within MNCs (ID# 642)

Sachiko Yamao, University of Melbourne

Kate Hutchings, Griffith University

Helen De Cieri, Monash University

Organization-Culture Fit: An Insight into MNC Subsidiary's Culture Dimensions (ID# 1012)

Xiaoyu Pu, Rutgers University

 
Session 3.1.4 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Globalization by Emerging Economy Firms - 2 (Session# 100714)

Chair: Afonso Fleury, University of Sao Paulo


Avoiding the Liability of Foreignness: Exploiting Foreign Affiliate Networks at Home (ID# 88)

Dirk Michael Boehe, Insper Institute of Education and Research

The Internationalization of Brazilian Firms as a Product of Distinctive Organizational Competences and Proper Management Style (ID# 842)

Afonso Fleury, University of Sao Paulo

Maria Tereza Fleury, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Germano Glufke Reis, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Felipe Mendes Borini, ESPM

Host Country’s Information Environment and International Acquisition Performance: Do Information Institutions Matter? (ID# 914)

Qi Zhou, Southern Methodist University

Jiewei Yu, Southern Methodist University

 
Session 3.1.5 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Econometric Analysis of Multinational Enterprises (Session# 100305)

Chair: Luigi Benfratello, University of Turin and Ceris-CNR


Export and Firm Performance: A Market- and Resource-Based View (ID# 268)

Tonia Ruppenthal, Jacobs University Bremen

Nathaniel Lupton, University of Western Ontario

Cultural Distance and the Value Effects of Global Diversification (ID# 343)

Jens Hagendorff, University of Leeds

Hinrich Voss, University of Leeds

In the Long Run We’re All Dead: Exploring MNEs Short-term Responses to Financial Crises (ID# 888)

Desislava Dikova, University of Groningen

Harry Garretsen, University of Groningen

Roger Smeets, University of Groningen

Hans van Ees, University of Groningen

 
Session 3.1.6 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

The Impact of Foreign Investors on the Local Economy (Session# 100302)

Chair: Klaus E. Meyer, University of Bath


The Impact of FDI on Firm Survival in Italy (ID# 342)

Filippo Reganati, University of Rome La Sapienza

Rosanna Pittiglio, University of Foggia

Anna Maria Ferragina, University of Salerno

Foreign Firms, Competition and Crowding Out (ID# 463)

Evis Sinani, Copenhagen Business School

Bersant Hobdari, Copenhagen Business School

Inward FDI and Economic Growth: The Role of Home and Host Country Institutions (ID# 672)

Fabienne Fortanier, University of Amsterdam

Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen

 
Session 3.1.7 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Frameworks to Aid in Understanding the Global Expansion Process (Session# 101104)

Chair: Harvey Arbelaez, Monterey Institute of International Studies


Soft Landing Curriculum of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets (ID# 204)

Ye-Sho Chen, Louisiana State University

Edward Watson, Louisiana State University

Chuanlan Liu, Louisiana State University

Edgard Cornachione, University of São Paulo

Soushan Wu, Chang-Gung University

The Use of Critical Thinking Through Writing to Teach International Business (ID# 845)

Pedro Carrillo, Georgia State University

A Humanities Approach to Aid in Understanding the Global Expansion Process (ID# 964)

Harvey Arbelaez, Monterey Institute of International Studies

Teaching International Business to MBA’s: A Comprehensive Class Project to Plan for Global Expansion (ID# 1063)

Janell D. Townsend, Oakland University

 
Session 3.1.8 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

International Supply Chains (Session# 100206)

Chair: Masaaki "Mike" Kotabe, Temple University


An Exploratory Analysis of Sustainability and Supply Chain Logistics for Emerging Markets (ID# 1111)

Cornelia Droge, Michigan State University

Hamieda Parker, University of Capetown

Anthony Ross, Michigan State University

What is Offshorable? Can Activities Close to the Core Be Offshored? (ID# 206)

Torben Pedersen, Copenhagen Business School

Esmeralda Linares-Navarro, University of Valencia

José Pla-Barber, University of Valencia

Offshoring of Remote Services - International Investigation on Perception and Adoption in a B2B-Setting (ID# 689)

Stefanie Paluch, TU Dortmund University

Thomas Wittkop, Business and Information Technology School

Export Channel Integration and Performance Implications: A Contingency Approach (ID# 954)

Fernando Robles, George Washington University

 
Session 3.1.9 - Competitive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Innovation and Internationalization (Session# 101009)

Chair: John Mezias, University of Miami


Innovation in the Family Enterprise: Characteristics Affecting Exploration versus Exploitation Decisions (ID# 654)

Irem Demirkan, Northeastern University

Denise R. Dunlap-Hinkler, Northeastern University

Ravi Sarathy, Northeastern University

DAVID L. Deeds, University of St. Thomas

Small and Family Businesses in the Time of Economic Downturns: A Global Strategic Perspective (ID# 210)

Nini Yang, San Francisco State University

Upgrading Trajectories: Impact of Strategic Orientation and Intra- and Extra-Industry Ties on Process and Intra-Chain Upgrading among SMEs (ID# 194)

Poh-Lin Yeoh, Bentley University

Understanding Pre-export Behaviour among Small and Medium-sized Firms in New Zealand: Towards a Model of Export Readiness (ID# 311)

Stephan Gerschewski, Victoria University of Wellington

Elizabeth L Rose, Aalto University

Joanna Scott-Kennel, Victoria University of Wellington

 
Session 3.1.10 - Panel Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Modularization, Integration Capabilities and Innovation (Session# 100601)

Chair: Ronaldo Couto Parente, Rutgers University

Co-Chair: Ram Mudambi, Temple University


Introduction: Modularization, Integration Capabilities and Innovation (ID# 245)

Ronaldo Couto Parente, Rutgers University

Modularization amid Integrality (ID# 1250)

John Paul MacDuffie, University of Pennsylvania

Institutional Anchors in Recombining Knowledge Networks in Emerging Markets (ID# 1251)

Gerald A. McDermott, University of South Carolina

Modularization from a European Perspective (ID# 1252)

Arnaldo Camuffo, Bocconi University

Modularization, knowledge-intensive activities and the organization of the firm (ID# 1253)

Ram Mudambi, Temple University

 
Session 3.1.11 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutions and Institutional Logics in IB (Session# 100116)

Chair: Heather Berry, University of Pennsylvania


The Effects of Foreign MNC Investment on Informal Environmental Institutional Change in Developing Countries (ID# 982)

Trevor Hunter, University of Western Ontario

Andreas P.J. Schotter, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Do Home-Country Characteristics Matter for FDI Performance? An Institutional Theory Perspective (ID# 715)

Korcan Kavusan, Singapore Management University

Burkhard N. Schrage, Singapore Management University

Institutional Logics and Organizational Performance (ID# 1042)

Jack Clampit, University of Memphis

Ben L. Kedia, University of Memphis

Nolan T. Gaffney, University of Memphis

The Challenges of Conceptualising, Measuring and Theorising the Effect of Institutions on Economic Actors: The Case of Intellectual Property Rights (ID# 577)

Nikolaos P Papageorgiadis, Uppsala University

Adam R Cross, University of Leeds

Corporate Hybrids and the Co-evolution of Institutions and Enterprise in China (ID# 287)

Simon Collinson, Warwick Business School

Institutional Environment in Oil and Gas Dependent Countries (ID# 81)

Karlygash Dairabayeva, George Washington University

Scheherazade Rehman, George Washington University

A Measure of Comparative Institutional Distance (ID# 794)

Jasper Hotho, Copenhagen Business School

 
Session 3.1.12 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Early Internationalization (Session# 101013)

Chair: Susan Freeman, University of Adelaide


The Role of Founders’ Immigrant Status in the Internationalization and Survival of New Ventures in High Technology Industries (ID# 452)

R. Isil Yavuz, University of Minnesota

Effectual Logic in Entrepreneurial Decision Making: Timing as a Contingent Effect (ID# 371)

Qian Gu, National University of Singapore

Virginia Cha, National University of Singapore

Foreign Partnerships with Chinese SMEs: How Much Do They Help (ID# 531)

Michael Louis Troilo, University of Tulsa

Innovation and Market Orientation in China’s Transitional Economy (ID# 61)

Li Cai, Jilin University

Qing Liu, Jilin University

William H.A. Johnson, Penn State University - Erie

Global Capabilities and International Agent Performance (ID# 123)

Huiping Li, Ramapo College of New Jersey

An Empirical Examination of the Levels of Innovativeness, Proactiveness and Risk-Taking Required for SME International Scope (ID# 131)

Vladislav Maksimov, Georgia State University

Li Dai, Texas A&M University

Brett Anitra Gilbert, Texas A&M University

Stephanie Fernhaber, Iowa State University

Founder Prior Employer’s Industrial Network Position and International New Venture’s Learning Capability (ID# 869)

Kangyong Sun, University of Minnesota

R. Isil Yavuz, University of Minnesota

 
Session 3.1.13 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Knowledge Transfer in the MNC (Session# 100615)

Chair: Ulf Andersson, Copenhagen Business School


How Parent-Subsidiary Relationship Encourages Subsidiary-Driven Innovation and Performance in Korea (ID# 709)

Yun-Ah Song, Yonsei University

Young-Ryeol Park, Yonsei University

Jung-Min Park, University of Ulsan

Innovation Initiatives by MNE Subsidiaries: An Integrated Research Framework (ID# 280)

Vitor Corado Simões, ISEG, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

Subsidiary Transfer Competence and Rent-Seeking Behaviour (ID# 685)

Francesco Ciabuschi, Uppsala University

Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University

Philip Kappen, Uppsala University

Cross-Border Knowledge Transfer of MNCs in China: Moderating Roles of Power Distance and Uncertainty Avoidance (ID# 479)

Xiaojun Xu, Fudan University

Isabel W. Ng, Fudan University

The Critical Role for Knowledge Brokerage: Knowledge Transfer between the Parent and Subsidiaries with Social Network Analysis (ID# 365)

Yvonne Ho, Tamkang University

Superstar Subsidiaries of the MNC - In Search of Origins and Underlying Drivers (ID# 813)

Katarina Blomkvist, Uppsala University

Philip Kappen, Uppsala University

Ivo Zander, Uppsala University

Organizational Values and Knowledge Sharing in a Multinational Corporation (ID# 1093)

Snejina Michailova, University of Auckland

Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School

Contextual Influences on Reverse Knowledge Transfer: A Multiple Case Study on Disparate Contexts (ID# 948)

Peder Veng Søberg, Linnaeus University

Niklas Åkerman, Linnaeus University

 
Session 3.1.14 - Interactive Time: 09:00-10:15
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Managing in Emerging Markets (Session# 100810)

Chair: Fabian Jintae Froese, Korea University


Human Resource Management - Differences from National and Multinational Companies in Brazil (ID# 363)

Betania Tanure, Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais

Paul Evans, INSEAD

Vera L. Cançado, Faculdades Pedro Leopoldo

A study on the Impact of culture on work motivation between Indian and Korean employees (ID# 328)

Hyeong-Deug Kim, Simon Fraser University

T.J. Kamalanabhan, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Globalization and the Rise of Work-Family/Family Work Conflict in India (ID# 178)

Grishma Shah, Manhattan College

A Cross-Cultural Examination of the Relationship between Mentor-Protégé Similarity and Mentoring Relationship Quality in India and the U.S. (ID# 755)

Aarti Ramaswami, ESSEC Business School

George Dreher, Indiana University

Human Resource Management: A Conceptual Study in Indian Context (ID# 981)

Roli Nigam, Université Laval

Zhan Su, Université Laval

Doing Business in the Great China Area: The Roles of Guanxi and Renqing (ID# 339)

Lung-Tan Lu, Fo Guang University

Employee Motivation and Employee Differentiation in Continuous Improvement: An Empirical Study in China (ID# 735)

Roh Pin Lee, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Michael Nippa, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Andreas Klossek, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Tuesday, June 29 - 10:15-10:45

 
Time: 10:15-10:45
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Coffee Break (Session# 101510)


Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).

Tuesday, June 29 - 10:45-12:00

 
Session 3.2.1 - Special Session Time: 10:45-12:00
Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

2010 JIBS Decade Award (Session# 101302)

Chair: Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M University


The 2010 JIBS Decade Award, sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan, honors the most influential paper published in the 2000 volume of the Journal of International Business Studies.
Honoree:
"The Determinants of Trust in Supplier-Automaker Relationships in the U.S., Japan and Korea", JIBS, 31(2): 259-285. (ID# 1269)

Jeffrey H. Dyer, Brigham Young University

Wujin Chu, Seoul National University

Commentators: (ID# 1270)

John Paul MacDuffie, University of Pennsylvania

Bill McEvily, University of Toronto

Harbir Singh, University of Pennsylvania

Aks Zaheer, University of Minnesota

 
Session 3.2.2 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

R&D Outsourcing and Offshoring (Session# 100605)

Chair: Rajneesh Narula, University of Reading


Factors Determining Offshore R&D Project Location Choice: Nearshoring versus Farshoring (ID# 378)

Mehmet Demirbag, University of Sheffield

Keith Glaister, University of Sheffield

Why do Firms Locate R&D Outsourcing Agreeements Offshore? The Role of Ownership, Location, and Externalization Advantages (ID# 623)

Andrea Martinez-Noya, University of Oviedo

Esteban Garcia-Canal, University of Oviedo

Mauro Guillen, University of Pennsylvania

Technological Capabilities and the Selection between Technology Offshore and Onshore Outsourcing (ID# 731)

Annique Un, University of South Carolina

 
Session 3.2.3 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

What's new on the HQ-Subsidiary Front? (Session# 100504)

Chair: Joe Cheng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Subsidiary Controls, Strategy, Type and Autonomy (ID# 599)

Christina Cregan, University of Melbourne

Stewart Johnston, University of Melbourne

Dependence and Mutual Dependence in MNE/Subsidiary Relationships: The Effect of Subsidiary Role on Control (ID# 425)

Yves Plourde, University of Western Ontario

Michael Joseph Dominic Roberts, University of Western Ontario

Jean-Louis Schaan, University of Western Ontario

Specialized Subsidiaries: When Offshoring Does Not Make Sense (ID# 1034)

Carlos A. Rodriguez, McGill University

A Dynamic Perspective on Subsidiary Autonomy (ID# 320)

Bjorn Ambos, WU Vienna

Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University

Tina Ambos, Johannes Kepler University Linz

 
Session 3.2.4 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Industry Evolution Within Emerging Economies (Session# 100710)

Chair: Gerald A. McDermott, University of South Carolina


Are Social Networks more Important for New Business Development in Emerging Than Developed Economies? An Empirical Test (ID# 180)

Wade M Danis, Georgia State University

Dirk De Clercq, Brock University

Olga Petricevic, Georgia State University

Industrial Development through Tacit Knowledge Seeding: Evidence from the Bangladesh Garment Industry (ID# 312)

Romel Mostafa, Washington University in St. Louis

Steven Klepper, Carnegie Mellon University

The 3G Wireless Technology Standard in China: A Game Theoretical Perspective (ID# 1046)

Minyuan Zhao, University of Michigan

The Competitive Challenge of Emerging Markets: The Case of Medical Tourism (ID# 225)

Peter Enderwick, Auckland University of Technology

Swati Nagar, Auckland University of Technology

 
Session 3.2.5 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Eclectic Studies of Emerging Economy Phenomena (Session# 100716)

Chair: Bernard Wolf, York University


What Is the Effect of Job and Demographic Factors, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment on Turnover Intention in China? (ID# 749)

Sow Hup Chan, University of Macau

Lu Jun Li, Songshan Shaolin Wushu Vocational College

Management Studies in Emerging Economies and Their Integration with the International Mainstream: Their Evolution in Brazil with Comparisons to China (ID# 750)

Suzana Braga Rodrigues, Erasmus University

Roberto Gonzales Duarte, Federal University of Minas Gerais

Alexandre Carrieri, Federal University of Minas Gerais

How Firms from Transition Economies Grow: Growth Strategies of Spanish Firms (1986-2005) (ID# 973)

Patrick Reinmoeller, Cranfield University

 
Session 3.2.6 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Comparative Corporate Governance (Session# 100106)

Chair: Elizabeth Lim, The University of Texas at Dallas


Does Bank Loan Debt affect R&D Investment Differently in Bank-based and Market-based Corporate Governance Systems? Yes (ID# 874)

Barclay E. James, Louisiana State University

Jean B. McGuire, Louisiana State University

The Determinants of the Quality of Governance and Its Relation with Firm Performance: A Time-Series Perspective (ID# 534)

Eloisa Toledo Perez, Grant MacEwan University

Evandro Bocatto, Grant MacEwan University

Cross-Country Evidence on the Importance of Big Four Auditors to Equity Pricing: The Mediating Role of Legal Institutions (ID# 1080)

Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta

Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina

Jeffrey Pittman, Memorial University of Newfoundland

State Owned Enterprises: Competing in a Liberalised and Globalised World (ID# 723)

Anubha Shekhar Sinha, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

Sougata Ray, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

 
Session 3.2.7 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Experiential Learning - Virtual Teams and Problem-Based Learning (Session# 101107)

Chair: Svjetlana Madzar, University of Minnesota


Teaching International Business with Global Virtual Teams: Applying an Inquiry Learning Approach (ID# 166)

Peter Zettinig, University of Turku

Audra I. Mockaitis, Victoria University of Wellington

Lena Zander, Uppsala University

Preparing Managers for Success on Virtual Multicultural Teams: A Pedagogical Response (ID# 367)

Svjetlana Madzar, University of Minnesota

Authentic Problem-Based Learning in International Business: An Application to a Global EMBA (ID# 533)

Chris Styles, University of Sydney

Richard Seymour, University of Sydney

 
Session 3.2.8 - Competitive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Structure, Standards and Performance (Session# 100904)

Chair: Harvey Arbelaez, Monterey Institute of International Studies


Diversification and Firm’s Cost of Capital (ID# 34)

Yong Wang, Western New England College

Elyas Elyasiani, Temple University

Value Premium in the Chinese Stock Market (ID# 935)

Yujia Huang, Renmin University of China

Jiawen Yang, George Washington University

Securities Laws, Control of Corruption, and Corporate Liquidity: International Evidence (ID# 80)

Naiwei Chen, National Chung Cheng University

The Comparative International Impact of IFRS on Income and Equity: An International Financial Analysis Perspective (ID# 251)

Niclas Hellman, Stockholm School of Economics

Sidney J. Gray, University of Sydney

Richard Donald Morris, University of New South Wales

Axel Haller, University of Regensburg

 
Session 3.2.11 - Interactive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Governance Practices and Governance Actors in the Multinational Firm (Session# 100117)

Chair: Rafel Crespi-Cladera, Universitat de les Illes Balears


Are CEOs Stewards or Agents? Empirical Evidence from Chinese Listed Firms (ID# 554)

Helen Wei Hu, University of Melbourne

Julius Ng, University of Melbourne

Ilan Alon, Rollins College

Firm Specific and Environmental Determinants of Board Structure (ID# 397)

Deeksha A Singh, National University of Singapore

Andrew Delios, National University of Singapore

The "Real World Out There": Cognition and Nonmarket Strategy (ID# 447)

Rafel Lucea, George Washington University

Dividends, Foreign Ownership, and the Substitution Hypothesis (ID# 748)

Dominic Chai, Manchester Business School

Fit to be Tied: Using Contracts Strategically to Ensure Partner Performance (ID# 1071)

Susan Perkins, Northwestern University

Mary-Hunter Morris, Northwestern University

Edward Zajac, Northwestern University

Emerging Standards Markets: Multiplicity and Reciprocal Positioning of Sustainability Standards in the Global Coffee Industry (ID# 891)

Juliane Reinecke, University of Cambridge

Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts Boston

Oliver von Hagen, International Trade Centre

Auditors’ Governance Role in Emerging Markets: Evidence from China (ID# 1038)

Xiyou Liu, Renmin University of China

Jie Zhang, Renmin University of China and George Washington University

 
Session 3.2.12 - Interactive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Strategies of Foreign Direct Investors (Session# 100315)

Chair: Desislava Dikova, University of Groningen


Monitoring or Resources Provision Mechanisms? The Entry Mode Choice of Business Group Affiliation in Emerging Markets (ID# 703)

Syu-Eei Hsu, National Taiwan University

Yi-Chieh Chang, St. John's University

Chih-Fang Chiu, National Taiwan University

Do Entry and Chinesenization Strategies Matter to Taiwanese FDI in China? (ID# 724)

Chang-Yen Tsai, National Taiwan Normal University

Chengli Tien, National Taiwan Normal University

The Effects of Situational Influences and a Global Strategic Factor on Firms’ Choice of Foreign Market Development Strategy (ID# 880)

Nancy Jean Higginson, Fort Lewis College

Wade McKenzie, University of the West Indies

Exploring Determinants of International Sourcing: Captive Offshoring vs. Offshore Outsourcing (ID# 975)

Burger Anze, University of Ljubljana

Jelena Cirjakovic, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia

Andreja Jaklic, University of Ljubljana

Knowledge Access and Knowledge Held in Cross-border Acquisitions. Does the Strategy Influence the Degree of Equity? (ID# 498)

Manuel Portugal Ferreira, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria

Fernando Ribeiro Serra, Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina

Overseas Strategic Approaches of International Franchisers and Their Impact on Competitiveness (ID# 767)

Yong Suhk Pak, Yonsei University

Sam Beldona, Bryant University

 
Session 3.2.13 - Interactive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutions and Strategy (Session# 100412)

Chair: Anna Lamin, Northeastern University


The Strategy Tripod of Resources, Industry, and Institutions: Shaping Competition between International Firms and Local Advertising Agencies in Hungary (ID# 23)

Rick T. Wilson, Hofstra University

Implications of Global Crisis: Integrate Sustainability with Organizational Culture (ID# 626)

Indu Rao Kaveti, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

Terrorism and IB: New Directions for Theory and Practice (ID# 774)

David A. Wernick, Florida International University

William Schneper, Florida International University

Market-Environment Effects on First-Mover Advantages in Emerging Markets (ID# 864)

Peter Magnusson, Northern Illinois University

Stanford A. Westjohn, University of Toledo

Geoffrey L. Gordon, Northern Illinois University

Performance Implications of Marketing, Technological, and Production Capabilities: An Institutional Perspective (ID# 896)

Min Ju, St. Louis University

Kevin Zheng Zhou, University of Hong Kong

Gerald Yong Gao, University of Missouri-St. Louis

The Demographic Black Hole in the European Union (ID# 974)

Aaron W. Andreason, University of Montana

Douglas R. Miller, Washington State University

Effect of Macro-Environmental Conditions on the Internationalization Strategies of Emerging Market Multinationals: A Managerial Discretion Perspective (ID# 1044)

Yannick Thams, Florida International University

Keith James Kelley, Florida International University

Nathan Hiller, Florida International University

Karl Kroeck, Florida International University

Industry, Country, and Firm Effects: An Empirical Investigation (ID# 1076)

Venkat Subramanian, Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School/University of Hong Kong

Michael Enright, University of Hong Kong

 
Session 3.2.14 - Interactive Time: 10:45-12:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Corporate Social Responsibility in International Management (Session# 100113)

Chair: Monica Cavalcanti Sa Abreu, Federal University of Ceara


Does the Stakeholder Theory of CSR Fit the Russian Reality? (ID# 66)

Andrei Kuznetsov, University of Central Lancashire

Olga Kuznetsova, Mancheter Metropolitan University

Corporate Social Responsibility as a Major Lever for Increasing the Impact of Marketing on Performance in Highly Competitive Markets (ID# 31)

Jan Kemper, RWTH Aachen University

Malte Brettel, RWTH Aachen University

Multilevel Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility: Towards a Theory of Role Management (ID# 836)

Arno Eerikki Kourula, Aalto University

Markus Pietari Paukku, Aalto University

Mikko Sakari Koria, Aalto University

Top Management Support to Climate Change (ID# 934)

Siqueira Morais Neto, Federal University of Santa Catarina

Maurício Fernandes Pereira, Federal University of Santa Catarina

Alexandre Marino Costa, Federal University of Santa Catarina

Marcos Dalmau, Federal University of Santa Catarina

Gilberto de Oliveira Moritz, Federal University of Santa Catarina

A Critical Understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility (ID# 1009)

Ana Guedes, EBAPE-FGV

Alex Faria, EBAPE-FGV

Social Responsibility Networks (SRN) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Latin America (ID# 797)

Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT

Franz Xaver Riegler, Universidad EAFIT

Stephanie Riegler, Universidad EAFIT

Maria Natalia Suarez Vallejo, Universidad EAFIT

Corporate Social Responsibility in Japan: An Analysis of the Determinants for Success (ID# 176)

Carri Reisdorf Tolmie, Saint Louis University

Tuesday, June 29 - 12:00-13:15

 
Time: 12:00-13:15
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Light Lunch


A light lunch will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia).
 
Time: 12:00-13:15
Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

JIBS Incoming Area Editors Meeting

Chair: John Cantwell, Rutgers University


Tuesday, June 29 - 13:15-14:30

 
Session 3.3.1 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Managing Cross-national vs. Intra-national Diversity (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100804)

Chair: Mark F. Peterson, Florida Atlantic University


Managing Cross-national vis-a-vis Intra-national Diversity: The Roles of Ethnicity, Religious Affiliation and Levels of Income in Affecting Attitudes toward Money and Investment Decisions (ID# 303)

Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University

Chris Markus Baumann, Macquarie University

Hamin Hamin, Macquarie University

Cultural and Personal Values in China: A Validation of Schwartz’s Value Types and Higher Order Dimensions (ID# 747)

Johannes Schaaper, Bordeaux Management School (BEM) and Centre de Recherche et d'Etudes en Gestion (CREG), University of Pau et des Pays de l'Adour (UPPA)

Zhen Jiao,

Manager Collaboration with Subordinates and Colleagues across North America (ID# 383)

Mark F. Peterson, Florida Atlantic University

Aycan Kara, Florida Atlantic University

Tomasz Lenartowicz, Florida Atlantic University

Lorena R. Perez-Floriano, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

Todd J. Weber, University of Nebraska

Work and Family Role Salience: Comparison of Individual Differences across and within Geographical Clusters (ID# 478)

Mihaela Nikolaeva Dimitrova, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Doan E. Winkel, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Janice R.W. Joplin, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Anne Marie Francesco, Hong Kong Baptist University

Theresa Lau, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 
Session 3.3.2 - Panel Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Cross Sector Partnerships in International Business (Session# 100102)

Chair: Rob Van Tulder, Erasmus University


Introduction: The Importance of Cross Sector Partnerships for International Business - An Evolving Research Agenda (ID# 601)

Rob Van Tulder, Erasmus University

Panelists/Discussants: (ID# 1249)

Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen

Hafiz Mirza, UNCTAD

Hildy Teegen, University of South Carolina

Patricia Almeida Ashley , Universidade Federal Fluminense

 
Session 3.3.3 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Strategic Alliances and the International Environment (Session# 100112)

Chair: Paul W. Beamish, University of Western Ontario


Institutional Arbitrage and the Strategic Choices of Multinational Firms: Assessing the Foreign Location Choices of U.S. MNCs’ International Joint Ventures (ID# 853)

Ricardo Gabriel Flores, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

MNE/NGO Strategic Alliances and the Legitimacy of the Firm (ID# 407)

Valentina Marano, University of South Carolina

Pete Tashman, George Washington University

Agency Problems and Foreign Market Exit (ID# 432)

Heather Berry, University of Pennsylvania

Aseem Kaul, University of Minnesota

Ram Ranganathan, University of Pennsylvania

Past or Present? Drivers of Managerial International Business Decisions (ID# 1015)

Sokol Celo, Florida International University

Aya Chacar, Florida International University

 
Session 3.3.4 - Panel Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

Reverse Takeovers: Emerging Economy Companies Acquiring in Advanced Economies (Session# 100702)

Chair: Peter James Williamson, University of Cambridge

Discussant: Jose F.P. Santos, INSEAD


Panelists: (ID# 524)

Peter James Williamson, University of Cambridge

Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University

Afonso Fleury, University of Sao Paulo

Jose F.P. Santos, INSEAD

 
Session 3.3.5 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

The Process of Developing International Operations (Session# 100304)

Chair: Peter Liesch, University of Queensland


The Internationalization of Family Businesses: A Review of Extant Research (ID# 19)

Tanja Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä

Arto Ojala, University of Jyväskylä

The Internationalisation of Immigrant Ethnic Entrepreneurs (ID# 319)

Melanie Smans, University of Adelaide

Susan Freeman, University of Adelaide

Learning to Carry the Cat by the Tail: Firm Experience, Discontinuous Risk, and Multinational Subsidiary Entry and Expansion (ID# 348)

Jennifer M Oetzel, American University

Chang Hoon Oh, Brock University

Services Exporting or Services FDI? The Role of Knowledge Intensity and Interactiveness (ID# 550)

Runjuan Liu, University of Alberta

Barry Scholnick, University of Alberta

 
Session 3.3.6 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

Governance, Transparency and Management Quality (Session# 100110)

Chair: Susan Perkins, Northwestern University


Difference in Corporate Transparency between Multinational Corporation (MNC) Subsidiaries and Domestic Corporations (DCs): Empirical Evidence from India (ID# 713)

Chinmay Pattnaik, University of Sydney

Home Field Advantage: The Implications of Local Embeddedness on the Adoption of International Standards of Transparency and Disclosure (ID# 879)

Jean B. McGuire, Louisiana State University

The Impact of Corporate Reputation on Firm Internationalization and Foreign Market Profitability: A Longitudinal Analysis (ID# 24)

Deepak K. Datta, University of Texas Arlington

Martina Musteen, San Diego State University

 
Session 3.3.8 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 12 - Methods in International Business Research Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Text Analysis and Longitudinal Qualitative Analysis (Session# 101204)

Chair: Ian Alam, State University of New York


Mixed Methods in International Business (ID# 754)

Leila Tellervo Hurmerinta, Turku School of Economics

Niina Nummela, Turku School of Economics

Qualitative Data Analysis with GABEK-WinRelan - A Qualitative Model of Intercultural Competences of German Expatriates in China (ID# 686)

Stefanie Paluch, TU Dortmund University

Thomas Wittkop, Business and Information Technology School

The Integration Responsiveness Model from a Linguistic Textual Perspective as Cited in JIBS 25 Most Cited Openly Available Papers (ID# 971)

Brian Hilton, Nottingham University Business School

John McKenny, Nottingham University

A Longitudinal Analysis of Customer Interaction in New Service Development in Emerging Markets (ID# 878)

Ian Alam, State University of New York

 
Session 3.3.9 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

M&A, Institutions and Uncertainty (Session# 100403)

Chair: William Newburry, Florida International University


What should I do next? CEO Succession, M&A deals, and company performance (ID# 933)

Maria Carapeto, City University London

Scott Moeller, City University London

Anna Faelten, City University London

Equity Participation in Cross Border Acquisitions: The Impact of Target Country Uncertainty and Acquirer Tactics (ID# 861)

Shavin Malhotra, Ryerson University

Xiaohua Lin, Ryerson University

Carlyle Farrell, Ryerson University

Environmental Uncertainty and the Relationship between Formal Contracts and Relational Governance in International Alliances (ID# 890)

Majid Abdi, York University

Anoop Madhok, York University

Developing a Market Orientation in a Global Context: The role of Host Country Institutional Environment and Intra-organizational Context (ID# 913)

Ahmet H. Kirca, Michigan State University

William O. Bearden, University of South Carolina

Kendall Roth, University of South Carolina

 
Session 3.3.10 - Competitive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Knowledge Strategies in MNCs (Session# 100610)

Chair: Randi Lunnan, BI Norwegian School of Management


Tracking a Moving Arrow Core: Replication-As-Strategy In IKEA (ID# 171)

Anna Jonsson, Lund University

Nicolai Foss, Copenhagen Business School

Organizing for Knowledge Sharing: The Case of Percy Barnevik’s Matrix Management at ABB (ID# 273)

C Lakshman, BEM Management School

A Resource Dependence Perspective on MNC Subsidiary Knowledge Protection - Do Mandates and Reciprocity Matter? (ID# 656)

Wolfgang Sofka, Tilburg University

Edlira Shehu, University of Hamburg

Pedro de Faria, University of Groningen

Foreign Technology Licensing and Payment Modes: Evidence from Taiwan (ID# 516)

Peter J. Sher, National Chi Nan University

Hsinyu Shih, National Chi Nan University

Beryl L. Kuo, National Chi Nan University

Yi-Chen Lu, National Taiwan University

Chien-Hsin Lin, Yu Da University

 
Session 3.3.11 - Interactive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 4 - Global Strategy, Alliances, and Competitiveness Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Strategic Alliance - Characteristics and Performance (Session# 100410)

Chair: Anju Seth, Virginia Tech


Horizontal Alliances in International Business and Firm Performance: Should Inter-firm Dependence Matter? (ID# 250)

Ji Li, Hong Kong Baptist University

Yuanyi Chen, Hong Kong Baptist University

Gongming Qian, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Guiyao Tang, Hong Kong Baptist University

The Role of Partnering Factors in International Learning Alliance Success (ID# 529)

Jeffrey L. Cummings, Loyola University Maryland

Stevan R. Holmberg, American University

Cooperative Strategy in Cross Border Business: Partners´ conflict and Strategic Control by Foreign Parent Firms (ID# 826)

Huu Le Nguyen, University of Vaasa

The Relational Architecture of the Business Group: A Distinct Form of Governance Structure for Strategic Alliances (ID# 884)

Bice Della Piana, University of Salerno

Alessandra Vecchi, University of London Arts

Claudia Cacia, University of Salerno

Alliance Intensity and Parent Performance: A Three-Stage Model and the Moderating Effect of Firm Diversification (ID# 995)

Chiung-Hui Tseng, National Cheng Kung University

Shih-Fen S. Chen, University of Western Ontario

International Strategic Alliance Formations of International New Ventures: A Signaling Theory Perspective (ID# 1022)

Yu-Kai Wang, Florida International University

Strategic Group and International Alliance Forming - An Exploratory Model (ID# 1056)

Wei He, Florida International University

 
Session 3.3.12 - Interactive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 2 - International Marketing Management and Supply Chain Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Consumer Behavior in Global Markets (Session# 100207)

Chair: Bruce Money, Brigham Young University


The Effect of Country-of-Origin Image and Ethnocentric Bias in Consumers' Perception of Ingredient Branding (ID# 1113)

Subramanian Sivaramakrishnan, University of Manitoba

Sergio W. Carvalho, University of Manitoba

Culturally Customizing Websites for Immigrant Communities: An Application of Levels of Acculturation Differences (ID# 1077)

Daniel W. Baack, University of Denver

Nitish Singh, Saint Louis University

Direct Sales, Gender and Micro-Entrepreneurship in Amazonian Brazil (ID# 1054)

Jessica Chelekis, Indiana University

Susan M. Mudambi, Temple University

The Impact of Negative Information on Perceptions of Own Country Products: A New Perspective on Country of Origin and Its Influence on Consumer Behavior (ID# 815)

Mike Chen-ho Chao, Baruch College, CUNY

Rania Semaan, Baruch College, CUNY

Andreas Grein, Baruch College, CUNY

Explicit and Implicit Ethnocentric Bias and Product Typicality (ID# 712)

Ting-Hsiang Tseng, Feng Chia University

George Balabanis, City University London

Organizational Response to Product Failure Complaints: -The Moderating Influence of Consumer Cultural Value Orientation on Perceptions of Justice (ID# 488)

Etayankara (Murli) Muralidharan, University of Manitoba

Black Marketing: Diffusion and Glocalization of Telephone Scams (ID# 223)

D'Arcy Caskey, National Taiwan University

Homin Chen, National Taiwan University

Retail Opportunity in Luxury Brands: An Empirical Study from a Gulf Country Perspective (ID# 126)

Norizan Mohd Kassim, Qatar University

Noor Fauziah Sulaiman, Qatar University

 
Session 3.3.13 - Interactive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

The Role of Clusters and Local Innovation Systems (Session# 100617)

Chair: Elizabeth L Rose, Aalto University


Growth and Renewal in Innovation Systems (ID# 324)

Niklas Arvidsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Ulf Mannervik, Templeton College, Oxford University

Effect of International Linkages and Government Policy on National Innovation (ID# 331)

Srividya Jandhyala, George Washington University

Anupama Phene, George Washington University

Systems of Innovation and Value Chains: An Empirical Assessment of MNC Location Strategies in the European Regions (ID# 290)

Roberta Rabellotti, Università del piemonte Orientale

Carlo Pietrobelli, Inter-American Development Bank

Riccardo Crescenzi, London School of Economics

Policy-Driven Clusters and Internationalization: The Missing Link (ID# 100)

Christopher Richardson, University of Manchester

Mo Yamin, University of Manchester

The Interaction Between Technological Resources and Host Country`s Factors: The Impact on the Number, Location and Survival of Subsidiaries (ID# 1110)

Armando Juan Borda, Florida International University

Evolution of a Global Cluster through Local and Diaspora Ties: A Case Study of Bangalore Information Technology Cluster (ID# 759)

Florian A. Täube, European Business School

Petra Sonderegger, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Amit Karna, European Business School

Beyond a Knowledge Competitive Advantage: Knowledge Sharing in Clusters and Clustering as a Parity Strategy (ID# 493)

Manuel Portugal Ferreira, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria

Fernando Ribeiro Serra, Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina

 
Session 3.3.14 - Interactive Time: 13:15-14:30
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

MNE Strategies for Emerging Economies (Session# 100721)

Chair: Ram Mudambi, Temple University


Dutch MNE Foreign Expansion into Developed and Emerging Economies (ID# 150)

Christopher Williams, University of Amsterdam

Lars Galesloot, University of Amsterdam

Elwin Gastelaars, University of Amsterdam

Dante van de Kerke, University of Amsterdam

When to Move Fast? Pace and Performance of Foreign Expansion (ID# 240)

Ruihua Joy Jiang, Oakland University

Ravi Parameswaran, Oakland University

Yuan Ding, Hohail University

Change of Subsidiary Mandates in Emerging Markets: The Case of Danish MNCs in India (ID# 340)

Michael W. Hansen, Copenhagen Business School

Peter Wad, Copenhagen Business School

Bent Petersen, Copenhagen Business School

TMT Diversity and Firm Performance: Testing an Integrative Model in China (ID# 545)

Li-Qun Wei, Hong Kong Baptist University

Longzeng Wu, Hong Kong Baptist University

Kun J. Qiao, Dalian University of Technology

Emergent Strategies in Emerging Economies: From Investment Motives to Subsidiary Strategy (ID# 588)

Grazia D. Santangelo, University of Catania

Klaus E. Meyer, University of Bath

Japanese Business in the Bottom Market: Sources, High Potential and Some Issues (ID# 711)

Hideyuki Sugawara, Hokkai-Gakuen University

Evolution of an OEM Firm’s Power: The Influence of Emerging Markets (ID# 773)

Angeline, Te-Yi Lin, National ChengChi University

Tom, Cheng-Wen Yao, Yuan Ze University

Business Process Offshoring in an Emerging Market: Unique Properties and Operational Modes (ID# 804)

Yadong Luo, University of Miami

Vaidyanathan Jayaraman, University of Miami

Stephanie C. Lu, University of Miami

Strategy of Multinational Companies (MNC) for the Brazilian Bottom of the Pyramid Market (ID# 805)

Silvia Novaes Zilber, UNINOVE

Francisco Lourenço da Silva, UNINOVE

Tuesday, June 29 - 14:30-14:45

 
Time: 14:30-14:45

Break (Session# 101511)


Tuesday, June 29 - 14:45-16:00

 
Session 3.4.1 - Special Session Time: 14:45-16:00
Room: El Pardo II (2nd Floor)

Farmer Dissertation Award Presentations (Session# 101303)

Chair: Shige Makino, Chinese University of Hong Kong


Presentations by the 2010 AIB Richard N. Farmer Dissertation Award Finalists. The finalists are listed alphabetically. The Farmer Dissertation Award is sponsored by the Indiana University CIBER.
Foreign Acquisition of Banks (Ph.D. Awarded by University of Michigan) (ID# 1266)

Hein Bogaard, George Washington University

Essays on Equity Joint Ventures, Uncertainty and Experience (Ph.D. Awarded by Tilburg University) (ID# 1268)

Ilya Cuypers, Singapore Management University

The Paradox of Foreignness: Norm-Breaking MNEs in the Japanese Banking Industry (Ph.D. Awarded by Stockholm School of Economics) (ID# 1265)

Jesper Edman, Stockholm School of Economics

International Investment Regimes: De Jure Policies, De Facto Practices, and MNC Strategic Choices (Ph.D. Awarded by University of Pennsylvania) (ID# 1267)

Srividya Jandhyala, George Washington University

 
Session 3.4.2 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 1 - Institutions, Governance, and CSR Room: El Pardo I (2nd Floor)

Current Research on Boards of Directors and Compensation (State-of-the-Art Session) (Session# 100111)

Chair: Ruth V. Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Executive Directors Pay and Networks: The Governance of Spanish Listed Corporations (ID# 380)

Rafel Crespi-Cladera, Universitat de les Illes Balears

Bartolome Pascual-Fuster, Universitat de les Illes Balears

Board of Directors and Firm Diversification in Business Group Affiliates (ID# 491)

Weiwei Xu, National University of Singapore

Nordic Board Diversity and Company Economic Performance (ID# 628)

Steen Thomsen, Copenhagen Business School

Aleksandra Gregoric, Copenhagen Business School

Trond Randoy, Agder University

Lars Oxelheim, Lund University

The Effects of Managing MNE’s Institutional Complexity on Top Executives Compensation (ID# 1020)

Yu-Kai Wang, Florida International University

Aya Chacar, Florida International University

 
Session 3.4.3 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 12 - Methods in International Business Research Room: Itamaraty (1st Floor)

Structural Equation Approaches for Cross-Cultural Comparisons (Session# 101202)

Chair: Tomas Hult, Michigan State University


Developing Intermediate Constructs for International Comparative Research: Measurement and Methodological Problems and Remedies (ID# 521)

Jagdip Singh, Case Western Reserve University

An Assessment of the Use of SEM in IB Research (ID# 1203)

Tomas Hult, Michigan State University

 
Session 3.4.4 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Alvorada I (1st Floor)

International Trade and Emerging Economies (Session# 100715)

Chair: L. Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds


CAFTA-DR effects on FDI Inflows, Growth and Distribution of the Workforce: A System Dynamics Approach (ID# 284)

Dinorah Frutos, Southern New Hampshire University

Pard Teekasap, Southern New Hampshire University

Massood Samii, Southern New Hampshire University

Absorptive Capacity, Firm Capabilities & Destination in Learning by Exporting: New Evidence from Indian Pharmaceutical Producers, 1994-2007 (ID# 435)

Chirantan Chatterjee, Carnegie Mellon University

Anand Nandkumar, Indian School of Business

Trade from Emerging Markets: The Effects of Aspirations, Slacks and Inertia (ID# 592)

Hongyan Qu, Peking University

 
Session 3.4.5 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Alvorada II (1st Floor)

Theoretical Perspectives on International Ventures (Session# 101008)

Chair: Martina Musteen, San Diego State University


The Impacts of Export Market and Entrepreneurial Orientations on Export Performance: The Mediating Effects of Resource Reconfiguration Strategy (ID# 611)

Nathaniel Boso, Loughborough University

John Cadogan, Loughborough University

Vicky Story, University of Nottingham

The International Expansion of New Ventures: Reconciling Different Theories (ID# 876)

Renato Cotta de Mello, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Angela Da Rocha, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Anne-Marie Maculan, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Beyond International New Ventures: Evidence from International Entrepreneurial Small Firms (ID# 986)

Pavlos Dimitratos, Athens University of Economics and Business

Jeffrey E. Johnson, St. Mary's University

Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Stephen Young, University of Glasgow

A Theoretical Framework of International New Venture Learning Capabilities and Growth: From a Multilevel Domestic Social Embeddedness Perspective (ID# 1016)

Fiona Xiaoying Ji, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Hanko K. Zeitzmann, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 
Session 3.4.6 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Imperial (1st Floor)

The Geography of FDI (Session# 100303)

Chair: Pervez Ghauri, King's College London


Variaties of Capitalism: A Firm-Level Test of the Complementarity Hypothesis (ID# 89)

Andrei Kuznetsov, University of Central Lancashire

Marcus Jacob, Harvard University

An Institutional Perspective of Foreign Affiliate Performance (ID# 203)

Christine M. Chan, University of Hong Kong

Caught in the Crossfire: Multinational Enterprises in Warring Host Countries (ID# 304)

Li Dai, Texas A&M University

Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M University

Agglomeration Externalities, Sub-national Institutional Constraints, and Foreign Firm Performance (ID# 903)

Xiaoying Li, University of St Andrews

Laixiang Sun, University of London

 
Session 3.4.7 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 11 - Teaching International Business Room: Liberdade (1st Floor)

Experiential Learning - Short-Term Study Abroad (Session# 101106)

Chair: James M. Hagen, Hamline University


Using Experiential Learning Projects to Teach International Business Principles and International Human Resources and Build Social Responsibility Awareness (ID# 155)

Eileen Kwesiga, Bryant University

Madan Annavarjula, Bryant University

Diya Das, Bryant University

Marshall Pattie, James Madison University

Internationalization of Business Curriculum: The Role of Short-Term Study Abroad Program (ID# 228)

Gordana Pesakovic, Argosy University

Short Term International Study Trips for Business Students: The Ultimate Experiential Learning Tool (ID# 1019)

James M. Hagen, Hamline University

David M. Berg, Hamline University

 
Session 3.4.8 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 8 - Cross-cultural Management and International HRM Room: Bandeirantes (1st Floor)

Cross-Cultural Studies of HRM (Session# 100808)

Chair: Alfred M. Jaeger, McGill University


Leadership Effectiveness across Thailand and Germany: A Dyadic Study on Employee and Corporate Level (ID# 779)

Bastian Winkenbach, RWTH Aachen University

Culture and Satisfaction: A Meta-Analytic Review (ID# 916)

Rebecca S Merkin, City University of New York

Vas Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Piers Steel, University of Calgary

National Differences or Sector Effects? HRM in Japanese and UK Retail Multinationals in China (ID# 338)

Jos Gamble, University of London

Qihai Huang, Manchester Metropolitan University

Studying the Whole Organisation: Ethnography as a Tool for Integrated and Embedded Perspectives on Cross-Cultural Management in MNCs (ID# 674)

Fiona Moore, University of London

 
Session 3.4.9 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 9 - International Economics, Finance and Accounting Room: Queluz II (Lower 1 Floor)

Environment, Networks and Performance (Session# 100903)

Chair: Shirley J. Daniel, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Markets and Networks in International Trade: On the Role of Distances in Globalization (ID# 527)

Lars Hakanson, University of Queensland

Douglas Dow, University of Melbourne

National Culture and Debt Maturity (ID# 915)

Xiaolan Zheng, University of South Carolina

Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta

Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina

Chuck C. Y. Kwok, University of South Carolina

Natural Disasters and Corporate Cash Holdings (ID# 1084)

Andres Ramirez, Bryant University

Nezih Altay, DePaul University

 
Session 3.4.10 - Competitive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 6 - Innovation and Knowledge Management Room: Queluz III (Lower 1 Floor)

Learning Across Borders (Session# 100612)

Chair: Torben Pedersen, Copenhagen Business School


Accumulative & Assimilative Learning, Institutional Infrastructure and Innovation Orientation of Developing Economy Firms (ID# 544)

Raveendra Chittoor, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

Preet S. Aulakh, York University

Sougata Ray, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

Institutional Knowledge in Ongoing International Business Relationships (ID# 949)

Kent Eriksson, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology

Angelika Lindstrand, Stockholm School of Economics

Deo Sharma, Stockholm School of Economics

Jessica Lindbergh, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology

Avoiding Context Traps: Making ‘Invisible’ Context Salient (ID# 418)

James Nebus, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Kah Hin Chai, Natiional University of Singapore

Toward a Better Understanding of the Dynamics of Cross-Border Inter-Unit Learning: Insights from a Young Subsidiary in China (ID# 620)

Nora Ramadan, University of Birmingham

John Child, University of Birmingham

 
Session 3.4.11 - Interactive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 5 - MNC Management and Organization Room: Queluz IV (Lower 1 Floor)

Networks, Social Capital & Embeddedness (Session# 100506)

Chair: Bill McEvily, University of Toronto


How Individual-Level Social Capital Leads to Superior Marketing Capabilities: A Cross-Cultural Comparison (ID# 32)

Jan Kemper, RWTH Aachen University

Strategic Relevance in Subsidiary: Social Networks Analysis of Patents in a Brazilian MNC (ID# 780)

Belmiro N. João, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP)

Matheus I. Oshikiri, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP)

Alexandre K. Ligo, EAESP - FGV

The Mutual Effect on Knowledge Flow and Social Network Theory of MNE?s Performance in the Semiconductor Industry (ID# 360)

Yvonne Ho, Tamkang University

Managing the Embedded MNC: Exploring the Shared Value Approach (ID# 683)

Johanna Kristiina Raitis, University of Turku

Subsidiary Embeddedness as a Determinant of Divisional Headquarters Involvement in Innovation Transfer Processes (ID# 885)

Henrik Dellestrand, Uppsala University

Complexity within Business Networks and Its Influence on Relation-Specific Investments (ID# 84)

Phillip C. Nell, Copenhagen Business School

Ulf Andersson, Copenhagen Business School

 
Session 3.4.12 - Interactive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 3 - IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode Room: Queluz V (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutions, Institutional Distance and the Liability of Foreignness (Session# 100320)

Chair: Shige Makino, Chinese University of Hong Kong


Exploring the Complementarity between Home and Host Country Linkages with the Eclectic Paradigm (ID# 706)

Peter J. Buckley, University of Leeds

Nicolas Forsans, University of Leeds

Surender Munjal, University of Leeds

Firm-Specific Advantages of High-Technology Multinational Enterprises as a Means to Overcome Liabilities of Inter-Regional Foreignness and the Moderating Role of Top Management Team Experiences (ID# 732)

Lars Matysiak, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Michael Hunoldt, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Andreas Bausch, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Foreign Direct Investment Growth in China: Implications for Politics, the Economy and Culture (ID# 766)

Yingtao Xiao, Wayne State University

Attila Yaprak, Wayne State University

Formal and Informal Institutions and the Entry Strategies of Multinationals (ID# 832)

Arash Amirkhany, Concordia University

Mehdi Farashahi, Concordia University

Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Foreigners Liability (ID# 859)

Jörg Zimmermann, Max Planck Institute of Economics

Diemo Urbig, University of Antwerp

Cultural Distance and its effect on future entry mode preferences: an application of the Globe Project (ID# 939)

Livia Barakat, Fundação Dom Cabral

Jase Ryan Ramsey, Fundação Dom Cabral

Plinio Rafael Reis Monteiro, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Patricia Oliveira, Fundação Dom Cabral

A Social Capital Perspective on Liabilities of Foreignness (ID# 1007)

Daniel Rottig, Florida Gulf Coast University

John Mezias, University of Miami

 
Session 3.4.13 - Interactive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 10 - SMEs, Entrepreneurship, and Born Global Room: Queluz VI (Lower 1 Floor)

International Entrepreneurship (Session# 101010)

Chair: Huan Zou, Loughborough University


Entrepreneurial Opportunity in Emerging Economies: Applying a Discovery versus Creation Framework (ID# 1049)

Susan Young, Ohio State University

Effectuation and International Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Italian SMEs (ID# 649)

Igor Kalinic, University of Padova

Saras D. Sarasvathy, University of Virginia

Cipriano Forza, University of Padova

A Qualitative Assessment of Culture and Opportunity Recognition in Sweden and Russia (ID# 911)

Alice J. de Koning, Salem State College

Rachel Doern, University of London

Carl F. Fey, Stockholm School of Economics

Institutions and International Entrepreneurship (ID# 475)

Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University

International Opportunity Recognition among Small and Medium-Sized Family Firms (ID# 18)

Arto Ojala, University of Jyväskylä

Tanja Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä

Entrepreneurship in Socioeconomic and Political Instability (ID# 40)

Newton M Campos, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

 
Session 3.4.14 - Interactive Time: 14:45-16:00
Track: 7 - Emerging, Transition, and Developing Economies Room: Queluz VII (Lower 1 Floor)

Institutional Context and Corporate Governance - 2 (Session# 100719)

Chair: Wade M Danis, Georgia State University


University-Industry Relationships in Taiwan: The Perspective of Firms (ID# 405)

Sheng-Hsien Lee, Yu Da University

Shihmin Lo, National Chi Nan University

Peter J. Sher, National Chi Nan University

Hsiao Chen Mei, National Chi Nan University

Joseph Che, Christ's College

Business Groups and High-Tech Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets (ID# 415)

Santiago Mingo, University of Miami

The Emergence of the Informal Sector Firms in International Business: A Study of the Globally Distributed Diamond Industry (ID# 589)

Indu Rao Kaveti, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

Mary Ann Von Glinow, Florida International University

Shareholder Base Management: Depicting the Companies’ Practices in Bovespa Stock Market (ID# 645)

Bruno Cals de Oliveira, University of Sao Paulo

Marcelle Colares Oliveira, Universidade de Fortaleza

Vinício de Souza e Almeida, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Internationalization Agents: Wolves or Sheep? (ID# 657)

Erica Piros Kovacs, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco - UFRPE

Walter Fernando Araújo de Moraes, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - UFPE

Brigitte Renata Bezerra de Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco - UNIVASF

Rodrigo Bandeira-de-Mello, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

Institutional Distance and the Emerging Markets Multinational Corporation (ID# 1001)

Yannick Thams, Florida International University

Sumit Kundu, Florida International University

Understanding Training and Networking Needs of the Female Chinese Executive: An Exploratory Look at Management Issues (ID# 1096)

Carol Carter, Louisiana State University

Tuesday, June 29 - 16:00-16:30

 
Time: 16:00-16:30
Room: Segovia (2nd Floor)

Coffee Break


Refreshments will be provided for conference participants at the Exhibit Hall (Segovia). This coffee break is sponsored by Bryant University in honor of the winner of the Best Paper Award in the Emerging Economies Track.

Tuesday, June 29 - 16:30-18:00

 
Session 3.5 - Plenary Time: 16:30-18:00
Room: Alhambra (2nd Floor)

AIB Awards Ceremony and Business Meeting

Chair: Yves Doz, INSEAD


The Awards Ceremony will consist of the announcement of winners of the Temple/AIB Best Paper Award, the Haynes Prize for Most Promising Scholar, the Farmer Dissertation Award, and the AIB Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Award, as well as other conference recognitions.
The Business Meeting will feature a presentation of the 2011 AIB Meeting in Nagoya, Japan, a review of the state of AIB and JIBS. The floor will then be open for questions and comments from the membership.

Tuesday, June 29 - 18:00-18:45

 
Time: 18:00-18:45

AIB Awards/Farewell Reception


The 2010 AIB Annual Meeting will come to a close with a reception immediately following the AIB General Business Meeting.
The reception is sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan, publishers of JIBS, in honor of all the winners of awards being given out at AIB.