Activities at AIB 2017

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Session 1.1 (9:00 – 10:15, July 3)

Logistical and Multiple Regression – Douglas Dow
Multi-Level Analysis – Bo Nielsen
Qualitative Methods / Survey Data – Agnieszka Chidlow
Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) – Larry Williams

Session 1.2 (10:45 – 12:00, July 3)

Mixed Methods – Tomas Hult
Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) – Thomas Lindner
Panel Data / Logistical Regression – Stewart Miller

Session 3.1 (9:00 – 10:15, July 5)

Qualitative Methods – Igor Kalinic
Categorical Data / Survey Design – Elizabeth Rose
Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) – Bo Nielsen
Multi-Stage (Heckman) Models – Stewart Miller

Session 3.2 (10:45 – 12:00, July 5)

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) – Larry Williams
Multivariate Analysis / Covariate Effects / Model Specifications – Andrew Delios
Longitudinal Data / Multi-Level Analysis – Thomas Lindner
Qualitative Methods – Igor Kalinic

Best Paper Award in Research Methods

(Award Presentation on July 4, 15:45-16:15, Emirates

Sponsored by University of Sydney Business School

Sponsored by the University of Sydney Business School,
this award is given to the best paper (as selected by
a committee) accepted to a competitive session at
the AIB Annual Meeting that develops and/or utilizes
innovative and non-traditional methodological approaches
to investigate pertinent IB phenomena, advances IB
methodology, provides creative methodological solutions
to important IB problems, and informs scholars in IB and
beyond about methodological advancements. The winner
will be announced at the Coffee Break sponsored by the
University of Sydney Business School.

The finalists for this year’s award are as follows:

Winner: “When Near is Far and Far is Near: A Quantile
Regression Model of FDI, Geographic Location
and Connectivity” by Lilac Nachum, City University
New York; Grace Hong Hyokyoung, Michigan State
University; Grigorios Livanis, Northeastern University
Presented: Session 2.1.7, Tuesday, July 4, 9:00-10:15

“Myths about Collinearity and Clusters in International
Business Research: Identification, Consequences, and
Remedies” by Thomas Lindner, WU Vienna
Presented: Session 2.1.9, Tuesday, July 4, 9:00-10:15

“Perceptions of Psychic Distance in the Context of
International Business: An Experimental Approach”
by James F. Nebus, Suffolk University; Sokol Celo,
Suffolk University
Presented: Session 2.1.10, Tuesday, July 4, 9:00-10:15

“From an Imperialist to a Responsible Agenda: Going
beyond the Limitations of Cross-Cultural Training
Models” by Betina Szkudlarek, University of Sydney
Business School; Laurence Romani, Stockholm School
of Economics
Presented: Session 2.5.5, Tuesday, July 4, 16:15-17:30