May 11 at 11:00: Salle Nancy et Michel-Gaucher, Mingyuan Zhao, Department of Management, Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania
Reaching Through the Fog: Institutional Environment and Cross-Border Giving of Corporate Foundations
March 31 at 13:00, classroom Quebecor: Kristin Brandl, Henley Business School, University of Reading
Client Co-production in Offshored Knowledge-intensive Business Services
March 10 at 13:00, classroom Hélène-Desmarais: Jean-Michel Marcoux, Department of Law, University of Victoria (UVIC)
The Fragmented Consideration of Foreign Investors’ Responsibilities in International Investment Arbitration
February 17 at 14:00, classroom Hélène-Desmarais: Harald Bathelt,Professor, University of Toronto
Geographies of Temporary Markets and Temporary Clusters: An Anatomy of the Canton Fair
November 25 at 13:00, classroom KPMG: José Carlos Marques, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa
A Strategic Management Perspective on Transnational Private Regulatory Coalitions: Theory and Evidence from the Global Apparel Industry
May 13 at 10:00, classroom Quebecor: Lena Surzhko-Harned, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Mercyhurst University, Pennsylvania.
Generation Why?: Post-Soviet legacies and conflicting values in Europe
April 25 at 10:00, classroom Louis-Laberge: William Newburry, Chair, Department of Management and International Business, SunTrust Bank Professor, Florida International University
A Multi-level Conceptualization and Empirical Examination of Reputation Risk
April 7 at 10:00, classroom Béton-Grilli: Catherine Magelssen, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, London Business School
Allocation of Property Rights and Innovation within Multinational Firms
February 11 at 10:00, classroom Rona: Peter Magnusson, Associate Professor of International Marketing, University of Alabama
The Role of Decision-Maker Personality on International Market Entry Mode Decisions
October 30 at 14:00, classroom Groupe Cholette: Anahit Armenakyan, Associate Professor, School of Business, Nipissing University
International Business Collaboration: The effects of country-of-origin on partners’ perception of trustworthiness
May 7 at 10:00, classroom CPA du Québec: John M. Mezias, Associate Professor, School of Business Administration, University of Miami
Effects of Country Level Corruption on Subsidiary Staffing, Incentive, and Control Strategies
April 2 at 10:00, classroom Paris: Raja Kali, Professor of Economics, ConocoPhillips Chair in International Economics & Business, Department of Economics, Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas
Divergence of Fortune: The Unequal Effects of Economic Liberalization in India
March 10 at 10:00, classroom Béton-Grilli: Sui Sui, Global Management Studies Department, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University.
The Influence of Entry Density on the Survivability of SMEs in International Markets
Bathelt Harald, University of Toronto
November 21 at 15:00, classroom Lausanne: Aurélia Durand, HEC Montréal.
Retour sur une formation à la méthode des cas: des pistes pour conduire davantage de projets supervisés de M. Sc. sous la forme de cas
November 14 at 15:00, classroom Nancy: Ari Van-Assche et Ekatrina Turkina, HEC Montréal.
Global Conectedness and the Flattening of Clusters
October 10: Pierre-Olivier Tremblay, Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management.
Political Embeddedness and Corporate Governance: Heterogeneity and Hybridization in China
Zahra, Shaker, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
Suder, Gabriele, SKEMA Business School
Ramamurti, Ravi, Northeastern University
Koch, James, Old Dominion University
October 20: Hein Bogaard, George Washington University, School of Business.
Executives as agents: Expatriate managers in subsidiaries of multinational banks
October 6: Luc Wathieu, Georgetown University.
Cosmopolitan identity and expatriate adjustment
April 15: Jordan Siegel, Harvard Business School.
Multinational firms, labor market discrimination, and the capture of competitive advantage by exploiting the social divide
April 12: Lourdes Casanova, INSEAD.
September 15: Leticia Arroyo Abad, Middlebury College.
Between conquest and independence: Real wages and demographic change in Spanish America, 1530-1820
August 10: Bruce Kogut, Columbia University.
Financial innovations for investments in social capital markets
May 5: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business.
What can crises tell us about advantages and disadvantages of forgiveness?
March 10: Keith Perks, University of Brighton Business School.
Crystallising the relationship between managerial cognition and international strategic decision speed in the pre-implementation phase
February 3: Walid Saffar, American University of Beirut, Lebanon.
The political economy of residual state ownership in privatized firms: Evidence from emerging markets
September 23: Reid Click, George Washington University, School of Business.
Resource nationalism meets the market: Political risk and the value of petroleum reserves
September 18: Jean-Luc Gaffard, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, IUF, CNRS, OFCE.
Mondialisation, conflits d’intérêt et politique économique : une mise en perspective de la crise actuelle
May 26: Earl Fry, Brigham Young University.
The decline of the American superpower
April 3: Usha R. Mittoo, University of Manitoba, Asper School of Business.
Cross-listing and the long-term performance of ADRs: Revisiting European evidence
March 27: Matthieu Chemin, UQAM.
Can a warm glow make microfinance grow?
March 4: Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business.
Auditor choice in privatized firms: Empirical evidence on the role of State and foreign owners
June 12: John Cantwell, Rutgers Business School.
Blurred boundaries between firms, and new boundaries within (large multinational) firms: The impact of decentralized networks for innovation
5th Conference on International Research
May 5, 2017
8h45 -10h00 Anthony Goerzen (Queen’s University)
Keynote Address: Key Challenges and Opportunities in International Business Research
10h05 – 11h05 Rajshree Prakash & Jisun Yun (Concordia University)
Changing the Rules of the Game: A Study of the Indian Government’s Implementation of the CSR Mandate Law
11h10 – 12h10 Yves Plourde (HEC Montréal)
Becoming a More Effective Global Influence: A Study of Greenpeace’s Search for Greater Impact (1986-2001)
13h30 – 14h30 Mallika Banerjee (McGill University)
When Does Spatial Proximity Substitute for Cultural Proximity? The Effects of Within-Industry Firm Clustering on the Survival of Nascent Ethnic Firms in the IT Industry
14h35 – 15h35 Pamela Lirio (Université de Montréal)
Towards Sustainable Global Careers: Balancing Presence and Availability Through Travel, Technology and Global Boundary Work Tactics
4th Conference on International Research
April 15, 2016
09:15 — 10:45 Jonathan Doh (Villanova University, Pennsylvania)
Why we Need Phenomenon-Based Research in International Business
11:00 — 12:00 Aurelia Durand & Ekaterina Turkina (HEC Montréal)
Vertical Integration and Relational Exchange Orientation: An Examination of Seller and Buyer Differences in International Channels, (co-author: Matthew Robson, University of Leeds)
13:15 — 14:15 Rajshree Prakash (Concordia University)
Realizing Value in Marginal Communities — A Critical Look at Institutional Voids, (co-author: Winston Kwon, University of Edinburgh)
14:15 — 15:15 Dongyoung Lee (McGill University)
Financial Analyst Coverage for U.S. Firms Following Trade Liberalization, (co-author: He Wen, University of Missouri-St.Louis)
3rd Conference on International Research
April 23, 2015
09:00 — 10:00 Stewart Miller (University of Texas, S. Antonio)
The Role of Institutional Distance in FDI Decisions: A Polycentric Perspective
10:00 — 11:00 Lorenzo Frangi (UQAM)
Ex Ante and ex Post Institutional Influence. A Comparison between Italian and Brazilian Subsidiaries of Two Multinational Corporations
11:15 — 12:15 Elena Obukhova (McGill University)
Changing Nature of Guanxi: Evidence on Job Referrals from China’s General Social Survey
13:15 — 14:15 Nebojsa Radojevic (HEC Montréal)
External Leverages of Reverse Innovation versus Managerial Self-Perception
14:15 — 15:15 Rob Nason (Concordia University)
The Impact of Family Household Health on Entrepreneurial Activity in an Impoverished Context
November 25, 2016
Presentation: A Strategic Management Perspective on Transnational Private Regulatory Coalitions: Theory and Evidence from the Global Apparel Industry
Abstract and biography (in French)
Novembre 18, 2016
Presentation : Double-Impact Case Research in International Business
Abstract and biography (in French)
February 3, 2016
Alain Batty, HEC Montréal.
Presentation : Réflexion sur l’internationalisation à HEC Montréal