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.”
RM-SIG Webinar: Writing a Qualitative PhD dissertation: Insights from the Winner of the 2022 Buckley and Casson AIB Best Dissertation AwardHosts: AIB Research Methods SIG
Time: 6 October 2022, 15:00 UTC (View Local Time)
Registration Deadline: 5 October 2022
Register HereOverview: Hear from Katherine Tatarinov, this year’s AIB best dissertation award winner, in conversation with Hanna Gajewska-De Mattos. They will discuss how she crafted her award-winning research project and dissertation. They will cover topics such as how Katherine
- decided on her research methodology,
- selected resources to guide and justify her methodological choices
- went about her fieldwork and data analysis, overcoming challenges along the way
- approached the processes of writing up and publishing from her dissertation
- obtained and used advice and guidance along the way
ModeratorCatherine Welch is Chair of Strategic Management at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. She was previously at the University of Sydney, Australia. She has also been Distinguished Visiting Professor at Aalto University, Finland (2019-2022). She has a track record of launching new disciplinary conversations and advocating methodological and theoretical pluralism. Catherine’s research has concentrated on two areas: qualitative research methodology and process approaches to studying firm internationalization. Her work has appeared in leading journals in international business and management, including the full range of major international business journals. She was the first author on a paper which won the 2021 Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) Decade Award. Catherine is the current Book Review Editor of JIBS and is a member of the journal’s Research Methods Advisory Committee 2023-2025. She is Vice-President, Communications, and Newsletter Editor for the Academy of International Business (AIB) Research Methods Shared Interest Group (RM-SIG), of which she was a founding member. From 2022-2025 she will serve on the AIB’s board as Vice President Programs. She also serves on the AIB’s Buckley and Casson AIB Dissertation Award Committee.
Research Methods WorkshopsFollowing AIB-Oceania Annual Research Symposium and PDW
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):