The International Management (IM) Division is offering a Doctoral Student Consortium (DSC) at this year's virtual Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management on Wed, August 4, 2021.
The DSC is designed for current PhD students, who have an interest in international management, as either their primary or secondary field of inquiry. We welcome participants from all stages of the PhD program, regardless of whether you have only just recently joined, or are close to finishing.
The Consortium offers structured and informal discussion between participants and faculty panelists on research, job opportunities, and early-stage career strategies. A substantial amount of time is also set-aside for dissertation development, featuring one-on-one feedback from faculty in small groups. This is an excellent opportunity to receive valuable feedback on your work, as well as a chance to network and get to know your fellow doctoral students and leading scholars in the International Management field.
On the same day as the Consortium, participants will be invited to a "Meet the Editors" session. This session will provide an invaluable opportunity to hear directly from Editors at some of the leading journals in the field of International Management.
To apply, please submit your application materials to Elizabeth Maitland, DSC Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 15, 2021.
Your application should include the following:
- 1-page nomination letter from your advisor/chair
- A description of your dissertation idea, including your research question, relevant literature, research design, and methods (Maximum 2 pages)
- Curriculum Vitae, including relevant contact information (Maximum 2 pages)
If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth (email@example.com).
Please note: Those who have completed their dissertations and are getting ready to start faculty positions in 2021 should apply to the IM Division's Junior Faculty Consortium instead.
DSC Faculty Panelists
Ruth Aguilera (D'Amore-McKim School of Business Northeastern University)
Keith Brouthers (King's Business School, King's College London)
Ilya Cuypers (Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University)
Stav Fainshmidt (School of Business, Florida International University)
Pedro de Faria (Department of Innovation Management and Strategy, University of Groningen)
Anne-Wil Harzing (Business School, Middlesex University London)
Jane Lu (Department of Management, City University of Hong Kong)
Sabina Nielsen (Copenhagen Business School and University of Sydney)
Rebecca Reuber (Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto)
Andreas Schotter (Ivey Business School, Western University)
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