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|A JOINT EIASM - CBS COLLABORATION
|PROGRAMME COORDINATOR & FACULTY
- Christian Geisler Asmussen, King’s College London & Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com
- Jean-Francois Hennart, Tilburg University & Politecnico di Milano, J.F.Hennart@uvt.nl
- Marcus Møller Larsen, Copenhagen Business School, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com
- Rajneesh Narula, Henley Business School, University of Reading, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bo Nielsen, University of Sydney & Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com
- Peter Ørberg Jensen, Copenhagen Business School, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bent Petersen, Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com
- Grazia Santangelo, Copenhagen Business School, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wolfgang Sofka, Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com
- Caroline Witte, Copenhagen Business School, firstname.lastname@example.org
The course is designed for students coming from different backgrounds with an interest in international business and its applications to different fields and topics. Although a basic knowledge of management, strategy, and economics is helpful, no specific prerequisites are required. Students are expected to attend the entire course and take the final exam.
The course aims to offer a systematic foundational knowledge of the theoretical building blocks of international business research, the most updated debates on theories and methods, and an overview of topics and areas of research in the field to ultimately develop an ability to identify opportunities for future research.
The course is organized into two parts. The first part focuses on different theoretical perspectives and also addresses methodological challenges specific to international business research. In the second part, state-of-the-art research on specific topics and areas is discussed. During the course, additional seminars and activities will be organized to enrich the discussion. Although these are not part of the course students are warmly encouraged to participate.
Lectures and workshops where students are expected to present and discuss pre-assigned readings.
After completion of the course, students will be able
- to demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of theories, methods, and topics relevant to international business literature.
- to demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of key concepts, assumptions, causal relationships and processes relevant to international business literature.
- to critically review assigned readings.
- to develop new ideas and approaches that advance some portion of theory and research.
At the end of the course, each student is requested to hand in a 3-5-page proposal, which will be assessed on a pass/no-pass basis.
6 ECTS are assigned to the course
|APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS
Interested doctoral students should submit their applications no later than December 16, 2019.
The number of participants will be limited to 20 students (with a minimum number of 14) to create a stimulating environment. The selection among the applicants will be conducted by the Programme Coordinator and Faculty on a first-come first-serve basis among the qualified applicants.. They will review the following documents which should necessarily complement each application form:
- the applicant’s curriculum vitae demonstrating his/her capabilities of doing research ;
- a letter of recommendation of his/her local faculty supporting the application ;
- a two-page description of his/her doctoral research, indicating the general objectives.
To apply, please send an e-mail with you application package to Bente Ramovic - e-mail: email@example.com by December 16, 2019
The participation fee is 1050 €. This fee includes participation to the seminar, the documents, coffee break
The Institute offers a limited number of discounted fee of 850 € each. Scholarships are strictly limited to students coming from an EIASM Institutional Member (the Academic Council), including CBS.. Allocation of the scholarships is entirely at the discretion of the European Institute. Please indicate in your application if your institute is an EIASM Institutional Member (the Academic Council)
Applications are binding after the expiry of the application deadline. The course fee will be collected after the expiry of the application deadline. No reimbursement will be possible after this date.
TIME AND LOCATION
The seminar will be held at the
Copenhagen Business School
Kileveij 14 A, Room K2.53
The programme will start on January 27, 2020 and is scheduled to end February 5, 2020
Morning session: 09.00 - 12.00
Afternoon session: 14.30 - 17.30
You are requested to make your own hotel arrangement.
A list of recommended hotels will be posted shortly
Contact at CBS
For questions regarding the content of the course: Grazia Santangelo - firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions regarding the administration of the course: Bente S. Ramovic - email@example.com
Contact at EIASM
Nina Payen - firstname.lastname@example.org