CLICK HERE for a full list of the Accepted Papers & Authors
After 2002 in Växjö, Sweden, 2004 in Edinburgh, UK and 2005 in Vienna, Austria, this will be the fourth EIASM “Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management”.
The workshop invites both theoretical and empirical contributions in either International Strategy or Cross-Cultural Management. We are particularly interested in papers that may help us to enhance the dialogue between these two related, yet somewhat distinct subject areas.
The workshop is organised on the basis of a call for papers, coupled with keynote addresses by invited speakers and the authors of the best papers (one best overall paper and one best paper written by a junior scholar).
Professor Cordula Barzantny (Groupe ESC Toulouse Business School)
Professor Chris Carr (University of Edinburgh Management School)
Professor Christian Lechner (Groupe ESC Toulouse Business School)
Dr Markus Pudelko (University of Edinburgh Management School)
Professor Anne-Wil Harzing
Associate Professor in International Management
University of Melbourne
PRESENTATION: Current Research in International Strategy & Cross-Cultural Management
Vice President Human Resources,
Training, Skills & Culture Development
Please CLICK HERE for the Workshop Program.
|EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (EMJ)
The European Management Journal (EMJ), a highly ranked international management journal which aims to present the latest thinking and research on major management topics, has agreed to consider selected workshop papers for inclusion in one of their editions.
Therefore we suggest that all authors who wish their workshop submission to be considered for publication in EMJ follow closely the formatting details of the EMJ in their own interest (see the included extract EMJ - Guide for Authors).
Please see for more information about the journal:
EMJ - Guide for Authors - (extract)
“Best Practice” Diffusion in Chinese MNCs: Motivation, Facilitation and Limitations"
Miao Zhang and Christine Edwards
"The World’s Top Family Firms: Just How Distinctive Are Their International Strategies And How Well Do They Perform?"
Chris Carr and Suzanne Bateman
‘Ethnocentric Organisations: How hosts perceive MNCs using HR policies as a means of domination’
Wes Harry & Chizu Nakajima
"Partnership Strategies in the Telecom Industry A case of success"
Sonia Dahab & José Nazário
"The Value Honest in Former Soviet Bloc Countries: Some Hints for Ethics"
Maaja Vadi & Krista Jaakson
"International Joint Venture (IJV) Directors' Contribution to Board Effectiveness: Learning from Practice"
"International Commitment of Spanish Family Firms: Some Influential Factors"
Laura Rienda & Enrique Claver & Diego Quer
"International Market Entry Strategies: Location- and Firm-Specific factors in the hotel industry”
Diego Quer & Enrique Claver & Laura Rienda & Rosario Andreu
"Challenges for the Management of Global Innovations teams"
Marc Shaffu & R. Gleich
"Distributed Decision making in Cross-Border Networks: an Accounting Approach"
"Will the ”Scandinavian leadership model” survive the forces of Globalization? A SWOT analysis"
"Alliances and the excess bagage of Transaction Cost Economics (TCE)"
"Management Practices of the International Company"
Best Paper Award: Best Student Paper:
Contributions are invited for the following four tracks:
Internationalisation Strategies of Companies
(e.g.: Global Strategy, International Market Entry, Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions, Innovation Management, Knowledge Management, Strategic Alliances, Greenfields…)
Track chair: Professor Christian Lechner
Management Practices of the Multinational Company
(e.g.: Knowledge Transfer, Corporate Control, Mobility Policies, Corporate Governance and Cross-Cultural Management, Shareholder Value vs. Stakeholder Approach, Corporate Finance, Performance Management Practices, International Organisation…)
Track chair: Professor Cordula Barzantny
Convergence and Divergence in Management Practices
(e.g. in the following areas: Investment Strategy and Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Organisation, Research & Development and Innovation Management, Manufacturing and Supply Chain, …)
Track chair: Professor Chris Carr
Managing the Human Factor across Cultures
(e.g.: Motivation, Training and Development, Communication and Decision Making, International Mobility, Career Planning, Appraisal Systems)
Track chair: Dr Markus Pudelko
Please submit full papers (maximum of 25 pages) and clearly indicate on the cover of your paper the track to which you are submitting it, by JULY 15, 2006.
BEST PAPER AWARDS:
"THE PRIMACY OF PRIMARY SOCIALIZATION: A STUDY OF LEADERSHIP PREFERENCES, TENURE, AND NATIONALITY IN THE MNC"
LENA ZANDER & CIARA SUTTON
Best Student Paper:
"EXPLORING KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN MULTICULTURAL TEAMS: HOW DOES CULTURE AFFECT INTERNAL STICKNESS?"
Groupe ESC Toulouse Business School,
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ARRIVAL & ACCOMODATION
How to go to the ESC Toulouse? Where to Stay in Toulouse? CLICK HERE!!!!
20 rooms have been reserved for participants at the l’Hôtel de Brienne, particpants are asked to contact the hotel DIRECTLY mentioning "EIASM Workshop" by 4 SEPTEMBER.
€82 per room per night & €10 for breakfast.
THE TOUR IS NOW FULL
Visit of Airbus aircraft manufacturing site on Thursday afternoon, 28 Sept 2006 15:45-18:30
We plan to offer an organised visit of the Airbus integration site in Toulouse where the Airbus families are build (320, 340 and 380) on the afternoon of Thursday 28 September.
If you are interested, please accomodate your travel schedule to be able to meet at Toulouse Business School at 15:45.
We need also the following personal information for getting the security clearance for each attendee:
Name, First Name, date of birth, place of birth, Passport No., passport issue date & place, end of passport validity date, nationality
Please send this information to Christelle PERET by Friday 22nd September!!
Thursday 28th September
*There will be a "pre-workshop buffet dinner" on Thursday 28th at the Hotel ATRIA Mercure.
*If you wish to attend this organised dinner please let Christelle PERET know by Tuesday 19th September!!
*Drinks will start at 19h00 and dinner will start at 19h30.
CLICK HERE for a map of the area.
Friday 29th September
*The workshop will begin with REGISTRATION on Friday morning from 08h30 - 09h30.
*The Workshop dinner will be held at the Palais Consulaire (CCIT): 2 rue Alsace Lorraine at 20h00 that evening.
CLICK HERE for an interactive map of how to get there, and CLICK HERE for a map of the area!
* The workshop will continue until Saturday afternoon.
*In case of any special dietary requirements (e.g. vegetarian), please contact the workshop organiser Audrey O'Connor
by Tuesday 19th September.
PRESENTATIONS & IT
There are video and OverHead projectors available in the presentation rooms.
Participants can use the multi-media room to check email.
Sessions are made up of 3 papers.
Each author has 20 minutes to present and 10 minutes for Q&A.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday 19 September
|For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
|For participants coming from another academic institution
Cancellations made before September 15, 2006 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.
Payments should be made by :
- The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access
Ms. Audrey O'Connor - EIASM Conference Manager
PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: - Fax: +32 2 512 19 29