Deadline approaching for the AIB-UKI doctoral colloquium!

Paper submission to the AIB – UKI Doctoral Colloquium

On 25 April 2019, as part of the AIB-UKI 2019 conference, we are organising the Doctoral Colloquium for PhD students doing research in the area of International Business. The Doctoral Colloquium provides doctoral researchers in international business with the opportunity to present and discuss their research with a panel of distinguished scholars in interactive sessions that are open to all conference delegates. Deadline: Friday, 15 February 2019

Prizes:

  • The Michael Z. Brooke Doctoral Prize (£200 and a certificate): for the best doctoral paper.
  • The Neil Hood and Stephen Young Prize (£200 and a certificate): for the most original new work.

 

AIB-UKI – Adam Smith Best Doctoral Dissertation Award

In addition, there is a competition for candidates who have obtained their doctoral degrees from a UK or Ireland based institution. To be eligible candidates must have successfully graduated within the last two academic years, i.e. after 31st August 2016. Deadline: Friday, 15th February 2018

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to make presentations at the 46th AIB-UKI conference to be hosted by the University of Sussex Business School on 25-27 April 2019.

Prize:

  • The Adam Smith Best Doctoral Dissertation Award (£500 and a certificate)

For more details about the AIB-UKI 2019 conference, please visit: https://www.aib-uki.org/conference.html

Any additional queries can be sent by email to the Convenor of Doctoral Colloquium, Dr Surender Munjal (S.Munjal@lubs.leeds.ac.uk)

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