Two new "Frontline IB" interviews are released this week:
Charles Dhanaraj, and Sumit Kundu
Here is the link for accessing the Frontline IB videos. https://www.aib.world/community/frontline-ib/
Next week we will be releasing interviews with:
Nicole Coviello, and Shaker Zahra
You can still access previously released interviews on the Frontline IB site:
Week #1: Peter Buckley, and John Cantwell
Week #2: David Teece, and Ram Mudambi
Week #3: Jean Francois Hennart, and Mary Yoko Brannen
Week #4: Tarun Khanna, and Marjorie Lyles
Week #5: Oded Shenkar, and Srilata Zaheer
Week #6: Sarianna Lundan, and Mike Peng
Week #7: Anil Gupta, and Bernard Yeung
Week #8: Mark Casson, and Myles Shaver
Week #9: John Child, and Mary Teagarden
Week #10: Herman Aguinis, and Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra
Week #11: Kathleen Eisenhardt, and Michael Hitt
Week #12: Donald Lessard, and Farok Contractor
Please join us in the "Frontline IB: Conversations with IB Scholars" series. This is a video series with prominent international business scholars where we showcase them as a person, as a thought leader and researcher, and finally, as a mentor.
Most of us read and extensively cite these top IB scholars. Their groundbreaking and seminal papers inspire us, and yet, many of us rarely get to know the "person" behind the scholarly accomplishments. These esteemed colleagues generously share with us how different facets of their lives have influenced their academic work. The recordings are not about particular papers or specific empirical methods. Each researcher has unique perspectives yet exhibit a shared ethos that centers on finding and solving substantive puzzles in IB. These semi-structured interviews are in three parts. First, the guests talk about their journey on how they got into the profession, what else they could or would have pursued, their passions, interests, etc. Second, the scholars talk about promising IB topics, under-explored, not-well-understood, and over-emphasized topics. Third, the scholars share the best advice they received, their advice to young scholars on what to do and what not to do for a successful career. There is much value in learning from their experiences and hindsight. Each session is practically a 'masterclass' with a top mind in our field. We hope these dynamic segments will keep on inspiring generations of scholars. The recordings are housed in AIB's video library, and public access is made possible by courtesy of AIB.
Looking forward to sharing many great interviews with you.
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