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Showcase Symposium at AOM2024: Frontier in the Research of Nationalism in Organization, Strategy, and International Business

  • 1.  Showcase Symposium at AOM2024: Frontier in the Research of Nationalism in Organization, Strategy, and International Business

    Posted 29 days ago
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    Dear colleagues, 

    We cordially invite you to attend our showcase symposium on "Frontier in the Research of Nationalism in Organization, Strategy, and International Business", on Sunday, Aug 11 2024, 5:45PM - 7:15PM CT (GMT-5/UTC-5) at Sheraton in Superior A.

    This symposium aims to highlight cutting-edge research on nationalism within the fields of organizational theory, strategy, and international business. We will explore a range of topics including civic, economic, and techno-nationalism, nationalist movement, and organizational outcomes. By bringing together the latest theoretical frameworks and analytical methodologies, this symposium seeks to inspire further studies on this increasingly important subject. Thanks to our discussant Ari Van Assche, presenters, and coauthors for their support and brilliant work:
    1. Christina Ahmadjian, Jesper Edman, and Tetsuya Aoki: National Organizational Identity
    2. Srividya Jandhyala, Quan Li, and Himanshu Bhatt: Economic Nationalism and Geopolitical Risk: Evidence from India's Investment Screening Policy
    3. Yilang Feng and Yusaku Takeda: Nationalism and Moral Differentiation in Marketplace: A Study of the Buy American Movement, 1997-2023
    4. Stephanie Wang, Xuchang Chen, and Yadong Luo: A Shifting Paradigm? The Impact of Foreign IP Litigation in the Era of Techno-Nationalism
    5. Lori Yue, Jiexin ZHENG, Kaixian Mao, and Tiantian Yang: Customer Influences on Corporate Side-Taking in Controversial Nationalist Movement: Chinese Firms' Endorsement of Xinjiang Cotton and Its Consequences

    We look forward to seeing many of you there, and please don't hesitate to contact the organizers: Lori Yue (qy2103@columbia.edu), Stephanie Wang (slwang@indiana.edu), Yusaku Takeda (ytakeda@illinois.edu) and Yilang Feng (ylfeng@illinois.edu).

    Yilang Feng

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Business Administration

    Gies College of Business

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign