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🚨DEADLINE EXTENDED🚨 AIB-UKI 2024 (Birmingham) Submissions Due 31st of January 2024

  • 1.  🚨DEADLINE EXTENDED🚨 AIB-UKI 2024 (Birmingham) Submissions Due 31st of January 2024

    Posted 01-17-2024 05:59

    The deadline for a contribution to AIB-UKI has been extended!

    Please ensure your submission is received no later than the 31st of January!

    Are you interested in showcasing your research at the prestigious International Business Conference? The chance is right in front of you - submissions for AIB-UKI 2024 are officially being accepted until the 31st of January 2024.


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    Professor Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser University, Canada (Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies)

    Professor S. Tamer Cavusgil, Georgia State University, USA

    ​Professor Peter BuckleyUniversity of Manchester, United Kingdom

    Professor Mark Casson, Reading University, United Kingdom

    Professor Gary Knight, Willamette University, USA

    Professor Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

    ​Professor Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

    ​Professor Marina Papanastasiou, University of Leeds, United Kingdom


    Unsure of how to commence your submission? Here are some brief guidelines to help you get started:

    • Identify the most suitable conference track for your work. Our AIB-UKI 2024 Call for Papers offers comprehensive descriptions of all 12 conference tracks, assisting you in finding the ideal category for your research.
    • Familiarise yourself with our submission requirements. You can access detailed information on session types, file formatting prerequisites, and general guidelines for all presenters on our Submission Guide page. 
    • Explore opportunities for further development. Take advantage of our Methods Workshops and Paper and Career Development Workshops, designed to enhance your research skills and career prospects.
    • Engage with WAIB Speed Mentoring: Elevate your professional journey by participating in the Women in AIB (WAIB) Speed Mentoring programme.
    • Consider the Doctoral Colloquium: If you are a doctoral student looking for valuable insights and guidance in your research journey, don't miss the Doctoral Colloquium at AIB-UKI 2024. This specialised programme provides a platform for doctoral students to present and discuss their work with experienced scholars and peers.
    • Gain recognition for your research. Your submission might qualify for one of our esteemed awards. For comprehensive information, visit our AIB-UKI 2024 Awards Page.

    We appreciate your forthcoming contributions to our AIB-UKI conference. We eagerly anticipate your presence in Birmingham in spring!

    Best wishes, Vahid

    Vahid Jafari-Sadeghi (PhD, SFHEA)
    ​Director of PhD Programme, College of Business and Social Sciences
    Chair of 50th AIB UK & Ireland Conference (2024)
    Senior Lecturer in International Business
    Aston Business School, Aston University, UK
    e: v.jafari-sadeghi@aston.ac.uk
    t: +44 (0) 121 204 5848