IM Division Doctoral Student Consortium (DSC) 2023
Co-Chairs: Stephanie Wang (Indiana University) and Luis Ballesteros (Boston University)
The International Management (IM) Division is offering a Doctoral Student Consortium (DSC) at this year's Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management on Sunday, August 6, 2023. The Consortium will be a full-day in-person event hosted by Northeastern University. In addition, the IM Division is offering each Ph.D. student who has been admitted to the DSC a stipend, covering their AoM conference registration fee. Places in the DSC are limited; the deadline to apply is June 10, 2023.
The Doctoral Student Consortium 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.
Confirmed panelists include (in alphabetical order):
Gabriel R.G. Benito, BI Norwegian Business School
Donal Crilly, London Business School
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Northeastern U.
Mercedes Delgado, Copenhagen Business School and MIT
Andrew Delios, National U. of Singapore
Ajai Singh Gaur, Rutgers U.
Olga Hawn, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Exequiel Hernandez, U. of Pennsylvania
Dan Li, Indiana U.
Nan Jia, U. of Southern California
Mona V Makhija, Ohio State U.
Jordan Siegel, U. of Michigan, Ross School of Business
Rosalie L. Tung, Simon Fraser U.
Margarethe F Wiersema, U. of California, Irvine
Shaker A. Zahra, U. of Minnesota
Anthea (Yan) Zhang, Rice U.
The Consortium offers structured and informal discussions 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. Participants will also be invited to a "Meet-the-Editors" session later on the same day.
Your application should include the following in a single pdf file:
- 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 3 pages); and
- Curriculum Vitae (Maximum 2 pages)