Date & Location:
October 20 – 21, 2017
Fox School of Business, Temple University – Philadelphia, PA.
Global-Local Connections and Their Rising Challenges.
Submission Deadlines: July 31st, 2017 for proposal abstracts and September 1st, 2017, for posters.
Conference Chair: Bertrand Guillotin, Temple University (bertrand).
Program Chair: Marcelo Cano-Kollmann, Ohio University (canokoll).
Conference Advisor: Ram Mudambi, Temple University (ram.mudambi).
Plenary Speakers (by alphabetical order):
Professor John Cantwell, Rutgers Business School, Distinguished Professor and Former Editor-in-Chief of Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS); Fellow of AIB.
Professor Jonathan Doh, Villanova University. Herbert G. Rammrath Endowed Chair in International Business; Faculty Director, Center for Global Leadership; Fellow of AIB.
Professor Charles Dhanaraj, Temple University. Fellow of AIB.
Professor Ram Mudambi, Temple University. Frank M. Speakman Professor of Strategy and Perelman Senior Research Fellow. Editor, Global Strategy Journal; Fellow of AIB.
Program Tracks & Chairs:
Track 1: Conference Theme: Global-Local Connections.
Track chair: Dr. Annique Un, Northeastern University (c.un).
Track 2: Strategy.
Track chair: Dr. Murali Chari, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (charim2).
Track 3: Entrepreneurship.
Track co-chairs: Dr. David Deeds, University of St. Thomas (deed3803) and Dr. Donna De Carolis, Drexel University.
Track 4: HRM & Organizational Behavior.
Track chair: Dr. Mary Teagarden, Arizona State University (mary.teagarden).
Track 5: Economics, Finance, and Accounting.
Track chair: Dr. Roberto Curci, Dominican University (rcurci).
Track 6: Marketing.
Track chair: Dr. Susan Mudambi, Temple University (susan.mudambi).
Track 7: International Business.
Track chair: Dr. J. Michael Geringer, Ohio University (geringer).
Submission guidelines, registration, and travel arrangements: See attached.
More information about the conference can be obtained from the Chairs, Bertrand Guillotin (bertrand) and Marcelo Cano-Kollmann (canokoll).
Marcelo Cano-Kollmann, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Strategy and International Business
College of Business, Ohio University
536 Copeland Hall