10 episodes

The objective of this Podcast is to interview the International Management (IM) Division's Scholars to understand their work, their research, and motivations, to engage the IM community into the Division's Initiatives.

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The objective of this Podcast is to interview the International Management (IM) Division's Scholars to understand their work, their research, and motivations, to engage the IM community into the Division's Initiatives.

    Episode 10 - Impactful Management Research, Professor Len Treviño

    Episode 10 - Impactful Management Research, Professor Len Treviño

    In this episode, Dr. Patricion Duran, Assistant Professor in International Business at the Saint Louis University, interviews Professor Len Treviño, SBA Communications Distinguished Professor in International Business and IB Program Director at Florida Atlantic University. Len received his MBA and Ph.D. in International Business from Indiana University and, currently, he is the President of the Ibero-American Academy of Management.

    In this insightful interview, Professors Len Treviño and Patricio Duran discuss the impact of management research from a cross-cultural analysis of Covid-19 to power and diversity in the academy. It is a great discussion on how management research can inform public policy and the processes of article's authorship and endowment position selection and their implications for young and senior scholars, and diversity in management schools. Len also talks about the Ibero-American Academy of Management (IAAM) and how scholars that do research and teaching in Ibero-America can contribute and engage in the IAAM.

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    • 24 min
    Episode 9 - Innovation in IM , Professor Anu Phene

    Episode 9 - Innovation in IM , Professor Anu Phene

    In this episode, Dr. Tanvi Kothari, Associate Professor at Lucas College and Graduate School of Business at San José State University, interviews Professor Anu Phene, Professor of International Business, and Phillip Grub Distinguished Scholar at the School of Business at George Washington (GW) University. Before joining GW, she was an Associate Professor of Strategy at the University of Utah. She received her Ph.D. in international management from the University of Texas and her MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Among several positions in the IM division, Professor Anu Phene is a member of the Executive Committee and immediate-past Chair of our division.

    In this fascinating interview, Professor Anu Phene talks about the opportunities of studying innovation in IM and shares several pieces of advice for Ph.D. students and junior faculty alike regarding how to progress in the academic career and how to make stronger contributions to our field of research.

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    • 37 min
    Episode 8 - Testing of Theory in IB , Professor Timothy Devinney

    Episode 8 - Testing of Theory in IB , Professor Timothy Devinney

    In this episode, Dr. Luiz Ricardo Kabbach, Clinical Assistant Professor at Warrington College of Business, University of Florida, interviews Professor Timothy M. Devinney, Chair and Professor of International Business, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester.

    Professor Timothy talks about his recent article on the principles of philosophy of science in International Management research, co-authored with Professors Elizabeth Rose (University of Leeds) and Karishma Nagre (University of Leeds). Timothy shares his valuable knowledge and experience to discuss the challenges that IM researchers face when testing theory and present recommendations and important implications for the nature of research in international business.

    This episode offers great value for our community as it provides an opportunity to reflect upon the state of the art in IB research and how to improve our discipline, especially, regarding the way we test a theory.

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    • 50 min
    Episode 7 - Research on the Globalization of Enterprises in China and Other Emerging Markets, with Professors Ilan Alon and Alfred Presbitero

    Episode 7 - Research on the Globalization of Enterprises in China and Other Emerging Markets, with Professors Ilan Alon and Alfred Presbitero

    In this seventh episode of the AOM IM Global, Dr. Alfred Presbitero, Assistant Professor of International Management at Deakin Business School, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, interviews Professor Ilan Alon, Professor of Strategy and Marketing at the University of Agder Norway and Editor-in-Chief of (a) International Journal of Emerging Markets and (b) European Journal of International Management.

    Professor Alon talks about Research on the Globalization of Enterprises in China and Other Emerging Markets specifically sharing his wealth of knowledge and experience mainly on Chinese multinationals, the impact of the global pandemic as well as new avenues for research on international business and emerging markets. This episode offers great value particularly for Ph.D. students and young scholars who are interested in doing research on China and other emerging markets.

    • 36 min
    Episode 6 – The Future of IM Scholarship, Professors Bill Newburry and Patricio Duran.

    Episode 6 – The Future of IM Scholarship, Professors Bill Newburry and Patricio Duran.

    In this episode of IM Global, Professor Patricio Duran, Assistant Professor in International Business at the Saint Louis University, interviews Professor William “Bill” Newbury, Chair, Department of International Business and Ryder Eminent Scholar of Global Business at the Florida International University about the present and future of IM scholarship. Bill shares his profound knowledge and experience about the challenges and opportunities of the academic careers in IM, scholarly impact, and the world of IM academia as a whole.

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    • 38 min
    Episode 5 - Multilevel Modelling in IM REsearch, Professor Bo Nielsen (University of Sydney)

    Episode 5 - Multilevel Modelling in IM REsearch, Professor Bo Nielsen (University of Sydney)

    In this fifth episode of IM Global, Iris Saittakari (Post-doctoral researcher at the Aalto University School of Business) interviews Professor Bo Nielsen, Professor of Strategy at the University of Sydney, and Adjunct Professor at Copenhagen Business School, about his experience and knowledge of multilevel modeling for IM research. Prof. Nielsen provides a masterclass and new insights on how to approach multilevel modeling in an international business context,  giving useful pieces of advice for newcomers to this methodology. Enjoy the show!

    • 46 min

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