AIB 2010-2012 Executive Board
The following biographies are for the 2010-2012 AIB Executive Board. The board served from August 1, 2010 to July 31, 2012.
- Mary Ann Von Glinow
- Vice President for Meetings:
- Shige Makino (2011 Program Chair)
- Susan Feinberg (2012 Program Chair)
- Vice President for Administration:
- Peter Liesch
- Immediate Past President:
- Yves Doz
- Executive Director:
- G. Tomas M. Hult (appointed position)
Duties: The AIB President presides over all meetings of the AIB Executive Board, appoints and instructs all committees, is responsible for the administrative direction of the Academy, and supervises the functions of other officers and the Executive Secretary.
Mary Ann Von Glinow
Dr. Von Glinow is the Knight Ridder Eminent Scholar Chair in International Management and Director of the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at Florida International University. She is the 2007 Program Chair of the Academy of International Business' (AIB) prestigious Frontiers Conference, editor of JIBS and in 2006, Vice President of AIB. Previously on the Marshall School faculty of the University of Southern California, she has an MBA and Ph. D in Management Science from The Ohio State University. Dr. Von Glinow was the 1994-95 President of the Academy of Management, the world's largest association of academicians in management and is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, and the Pan Pacific Business Association. She sits on eleven editorial review boards and numerous international panels. She teaches in executive programs in Latin America, Central America, the Caribbean region, Europe, Asia and the U.S. and is Program Co-Chair for the 2007 2nd Annual International Conference on Global Distribution of Work, Bangalore, India.
Dr. Von Glinow has authored over 100 journal articles and eleven books. Her most recent include Managing Multinational Teams, by Elsevier 2005; Organizational Learning Capability by Oxford University Press, 1999 (in Chinese and Spanish translation) which won a Gold Book Award from the Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan in 2002. She also has a popular textbook: Organizational Behavior, 2007, McGraw-Hill/Irwin and a recently published OB Essentials (2007). She heads an international consortium of researchers delving into "Best International Human Resource Management Practices;" her research in this arena won an award from the American Society for Competitiveness' Board of Trustees. She also received an NSF grant to study globally-distributed work. Dr. Von Glinow is the 2005 Academy of Management recipient of the Distinguished Service Award, one of the Academy's 3 highest honors bestowed.
Mary Ann consults to a number of domestic and multinational enterprises, and serves as a mayoral appointee to the Shanghai Institute of Human Resources in China. Her clients have included Asia Development Bank, American Express, Diageo, G.E., Knight Ridder, Burger King, Pillsbury, Westinghouse, Southern California Edison, The Aetna, State of Florida, Kaiser Permanente, TRW, Rockwell Int'l, Motorola, N.Y. Life, Amoco, Lucent, and Joe's Stone Crabs, to name a few. She is on the Board of Friends of WLRN, Fielding University, Friends of Bay Oaks, Pan-Pacific Business Association, Sanctuary Animal Refuge and Animal Alliance in Los Angeles. She is actively involved in several animal welfare organizations and received the 1996 Humanitarian Award of the Year from Miami's Adopt-a-Pet.
Vice President for Meetings - 2011
Duties: The Vice Presidents for Meetings serves as Program Chair for the Annual Meeting during one year of the two-year term. During the alternate year, he or she performs the duties of the President, in case of his or her absence.
Shige Makino is Professor of Management at the Faculty of Business Administration in the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Chairman of the Department of Management. He has LLB and MBA degrees from Keio University, and PhD from the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario.
Shige's current research focuses on strategies and performance of multinational corporations. He is especially interested in exploring non-economic based motivations on economic activities and their performance consequences in international business. His research has appeared in such journals as Academy of Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal, among others.
Shige has served as the President of the Association of Japanese Business Studies (2007-2009) and as an editorial and advisory board member in a number of local and international journals. He has received several major research awards, including the Samsung Distinguished Paper Award (2008) in the Academy of Management, the Best Paper Award (2004 & 2006) in Asia Academy of Management, the Eldridge Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar(s) (2002) in Academy of International Business, the Barry M. Richman Best Dissertation Award (finalist, 1996) in Academy of Management, and the Best Canadian PhD Dissertation Award in Administrative Sciences (finalist, 1996) in the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. In 2005, he was ranked by a journal among top 15 most prolific international strategic management researchers worldwide. He has also received many research and teaching awards at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, including the Vice Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award, the Young Researcher Award, and the Research Excellence Award.
Shige is a Japanese citizen and has been at the Chinese University of Hong Kong since 1995.
Vice President for Meetings - 2012
Duties: The Vice Presidents for Meetings serve as Program Chair for the Annual Meeting during one year of the two-year term. During the alternate year, he or she performs the duties of the President, in case of his or her absence.
Susan Feinberg is an Associate Professor of International Business at Rutgers Business School. Her academic research focuses on how changes in countries' economic and policy environments affect the location and operating decisions of U.S. multinational firms. Much of her research has examined the intra-firm trade of U.S. multinational firms. Feinberg's research has been published in diverse journals including the Academy of Management Journal, American Economic Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Canadian Journal of Economics and Journal of Industrial Economics.
She has presented her work at top economics, IB, management and finance conferences, as well as dozens of national and international universities and numerous government and research organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the International Trade Commission, the United States Department of Commerce, the United States Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies, the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Institute for International Economics, and the Centre for Economic and Policy Research. Feinberg discussed her research on the international trade of U.S. multinational firms in testimony before the United States Trade Deficit Review Commission. She served as an informal advisor to the Kerry-Edwards campaign and the Obama campaign.
Susan is a past VP-Admin of the AIB and a past Editorial Review Board member of JIBs. Feinberg is also a member of the American Economic Association and the Academy of Management. Prior to earning her PhD at the University of Minnesota, she worked in advertising in France for several years.
Vice President for Administration
Duties: The Vice President for Administration is responsible for overseeing the finances, accounting, membership, and chapter relations and supervising the work of the Executive Secretary, including reviewing financial statements and approving major expenditures.
Peter Liesch is Professor of International Business and Chair of the Strategy Cluster, UQ Business School at The University of Queensland, Australia. He has been Head of the School of Management at both the University of Tasmania and The University of Queensland. He is a Professional Member of the Economic Society of Australia (Qld. Inc) and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. His Ph.D. in Economics, written on the topic of government mandated-countertrade, was awarded by The University of Queensland. Professor Liesch has served on many university committees across several campuses, institutional review panels, tenure and promotion committees, and he has served terms on The University of Queensland Standing Committee of its Academic Board. His teaching commitments are mainly in the UQ Business School's MBA Program, alongside doctoral thesis supervision. He is a Vice-President of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy.
His primary research interests include: internationalisation of the firm, alternative systems of inter-firm exchange, and international business operations in their diversity, both their strategies and organisational forms. Recent research projects completed include international terrorism and its effects on international firm decision-taking, offshoring of economic activity, and conceptions of time in internationalising firms. Professor Liesch has recently completed, with co-authors, an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant researching the pre-internationalisation phase of early and rapidly internationalising firms. He has an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant on a project titled 'Through the Eyes of the Chinese: Attitudes to and Opinions of Australia and their Influence on Sino-Australian Business Exchange'. He was funded recently by the Australian Business Foundation for a study on platforming and value appropriation in early internationalising firms. In 2009, with colleagues, he was awarded a four-year Australian Research Council Linkage Grant to research institutional logics in the healthcare sector.
He has published in the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of World Business, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Management Studies, Management International Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Management Decision, International Journal of Technology Management, Industrial Marketing Management, European Journal of Marketing, International Marketing Review and others. With Dowling, Gray and Hill, he recently published with McGraw-Hill an Asia-Pacific Edition of the textbook, International Business. He is Editor of the Management & Entrepreneurship Department at the Journal of World Business and serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of International Management.
Immediate Past President
Yves Doz is the Timken Chaired Professor of Global Technology and Innovation at INSEAD and Visiting Professor at the Helsinki School of Economics. He was Dean of Executive Education (1998-2002) and Associate Dean for Research and Development (1990-1995) at INSEAD. Professor Doz also was Director of the Management of Technology and Innovation programme at INSEAD, a multi-disciplinary effort involving about 20 faculty members and researchers that ran from 1987 to 1994. Yves Doz received his Doctoral degree from Harvard University and is a graduate of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Jouy-en-Josas, France). He has also taught at the Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Seoul National University, and Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo.
His research on the strategy and organization of multinational companies, examining specifically high-technology industries, led to numerous publications, including several books, in particular The Multinational Mission: Balancing Local Demands and Global Vision, co-authored with CK. Prahalad (1987) and From Global to Metanational: How Companies Win in the Knowledge Economy co-authored with José Santos and Peter Williamson, two INSEAD colleagues (Harvard Business School Press, 2001) which shows how companies can mobilize dispersed knowledge to learn from the world. His research on strategic alliances has been summarized in Alliance Advantage, published in 1998. His research work won numerous awards: a Distinguished Scholar Award from the Academy of Management (2003) and an election as "Inaugural Fellow of the Strategic Management Society" (2005). Prof. Doz was most recently elected Fellow of the Academy of Management (2006), and was also nominated by The Economist as one of a handful of European 'Management Gurus'. He is a frequent speaker at management conferences and corporate events. He has been a Fellow of the Academy of International Business since and served as Program Chair for the Quebec meeting in 2005.
Professor Doz currently carries out research on strategic partnerships, on global competition in the knowledge economy, and on the competitive revitalization of international companies. Yves Doz is also investigating on how companies can achieve strategic agility, with Dr Mikko Kosonen, formerly CIO at Nokia. Their book on Fast Strategy came out in 2008.
Prof. Doz' business experience includes work on multinational aircraft programs; he has consulted for many major multinational corporations and taught in their internal development programs. His recent assignments have included advising multinationals on the development of new growth platforms and designing and implementing competitive revitalization programs.
G. Tomas M. Hult
Dr. Hult is Associate Dean for Global Initiatives, Director of the Center for International Business Education and Research (MSU-CIBER), and Professor of Marketing, International Business, and Strategic Management in the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University. MSU-CIBER is the developer of globalEDGE.msu.edu – the world's leading online source for international business information (Google). Hult is the founding Editor of the globalEDGE Business Review and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.
Professor Hult has served as Executive Director of the Academy of International Business since January 2004, and has been Deputy Editor-in-Chief (2006-2007) and Department Editor (2002-2006) of the Journal of International Business Studies. He is Associate Editor of Decision Sciences and has been Associate Editor of the Journal of Operations Management. He also serves on numerous review boards (e.g., Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Marketing). His research has been cited more than 4,000 times (per Google Scholar). A dual citizen of Sweden and the U.S., Dr. Hult has been in the U.S since 1987 and at Michigan State University since January 2001.