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Welcome to the AIB RM-SIG.

 

Mission:

“To advance the quality, diversity and understanding of research methodologies in international business, and to promote innovation in research methodologies.”

WHAT’S NEW

AIB SIG Webinar: An Introduction to Simulation for IB Research

Time: 16 November 2022, 17:00 UTC (View Local Time)

Registration Deadline: 15 November 2022

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Overview

This webinar will focus on an introduction to simulations while conducting international business research.  Facilitated by the AIB’s Research Methods Shared Interest Group (RM-SIG), this webinar will include an overview of simulations.

Organizational scholars have used simulations to better understand the properties of statistical techniques. In addition to describing the benefits of simulations, this webinar will also include an example of a simulation using Stata. Finally, this webinar will offer potential applications to IB research.


Speakers

 

Dr. Trevis Certo is the Jerry and Mary Anne Chapman Professor of Business at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He obtained his PhD from Indiana University.  Professor Certo studies how corporate governance structures and top management teams influence firm performance. His research explores these topics extensively in the context of firms undertaking initial public offerings. He also focuses on statistical techniques that help to isolate relationships of interest within large datasets. Dr. Certo has a reputation as a world-class methodologist. His work also included articles on prospectus data; panel data issues; as well various analytical techniques such as difference-in-difference models; sample selection bias and Heckman models; mediation models. Interestingly, Dr. Certo has used simulations in many of these methods articles. His research has appeared in the top journals in the discipline, including the Strategic Management Journal, the Academy of Management Journal, and the Academy of Management Review.

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Dr. Stewart Miller is Professor of Management at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Also, he is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at UT Health San Antonio. His research interests include: liability of foreignness, internationalization, CSR, and research methods.  He has over 50 publications including scholarly articles, cases, teaching notes, book chapters. His articles have appeared in AMJ, SMJ, JIBS, Journal of Management, Organization Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, GSJ, MIR, and IBR among others.  Also, he is a co-author (with H. Deresky) of the textbook, International Management (10th edition).  He is President and a Co-Founder of the AIB Research Methods SIG (RM-SIG). He was the 2020 Chapter Chair for the AIB – Southeast US Chapter Annual Conference. He is a Consulting Editor for Journal of International Business Studies.

Research Methods Workshops

Following AIB-Oceania Annual Research Symposium and PDW

Hosts:  AIB-Oceania Annual Research Symposium

Time: 26 November 2022

Registration Deadline: 24 October 2022 (midnight AEST)

Join us in person on 26 November 2022 for Research Workshops with outstanding instructors – Tine Köhler, Bo Nielsen and Noemi Sinkovics – visiting from interstate and overseas and hosted by QUT Faculty of Business and Law, Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane Australia.

These workshops are organised in collaboration between AIB Oceania, QUT Faculty of Business and Law, the AIB Research Methods Shared Interest Group,Critical Perspectives on International Businessand Organizational Research Methods. The workshops are especially suited to higher degree research students, early career researchers, or those looking to extend their expertise in research methods. Discounted rates apply when attending and registering as an AIB member.

Choose from morning and afternoon workshops on offer, each of approx. 3 hours duration (including break):

  • Different Qualitative Coding Approaches: Choosing Methods with Purpose, with Tine Köhler
  • Multi-level Theory and Modelling, with Bo Nielsen
  • Literature Reviews in the Age of Information Overload, with Noemi Sinkovics

Registration

AIB members can register for the Workshops at a reduced rate using the AIB Member Registration link below. Those without AIB membership can either join AIB by using the AIB Member link below (you will be redirected to a Membership Subscription page) or choose to register via the Non-member Registration link below. Registration Prices for AIB members are US$18 (approx. Au$25) for one workshop and US$25 (approx. Au$35) for two workshops (1 in morning, 1 in afternoon). Prices for non-members are Au$50 for one workshop and Au$75 for two. Registration includes light refreshments.

AIB MEMBERS: REGISTER HERE
NON-AIB MEMBERS: REGISTER HERE
Location: QUT Gardens Point Campus (P Block), Brisbane, Queensland Australia – next to the beautiful Botanic Gardens, South Bank Cultural Precinct and dining, and extensive river walks.

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AIB 2022:

We would like to thank everyone who participated in our workshops, masterclasses and clinics which took place as part of the 2022 AIB Annual meeting in Miami.