Keynote Speaker

Professor Jonathan Doh – Villanova University, USA

Jonathan Doh is Associate Dean of Research and Global Engagement, Rammrath Chair in International Business, Co-Faculty Director of the Center for Global Leadership, and Professor of Management at the Villanova School of Business. He teaches and does research at the intersection of international business, strategic management, and corporate sustainability. Previously, he was on the faculty of American and Georgetown Universities and a trade official with the U.S. Government. He is author or co-author of more than 90 refereed articles, 35 chapters, a dozen teaching cases and simulations, and eight books. His articles have appeared in AMR, JIBS, JOM, JMS, MISQ, OS, and SMJ, among others, his books have been published by Cambridge, Oxford, and Yale University presses, and he is co-author of the best-selling international management text. He was Editor-in-Chief of Journal of World Business from 2014-2018 and General Editor for Journal of Management Studies from 2020-2022. He is currently Editor (Sustainability) at JIBS. He is a fellow of AOM and AIB, and ranked 298 out of 44,945 business scholars globally, placing him among the top .65%. He holds a Ph.D. from George Washington University.

Local Organising Committee:

Dr. Olga Muzychenko (Chair) – The University of Adelaide

Prof. Hussain Rammal – The University of Adelaide

Dr. Sharif Rasel – Flinders University

Dr. Chanaka Wijewardena – The University of Adelaide

Conference Tracks and Track Chairs:

Track 1: International HRM, leadership and managing across cultures

Parth Patel – Australian Institute of Business, Australia and Paresha Sinha– Waikato University, New Zealand

Track 2: Internationalization process and international entrepreneurship

Pavlina Jasovska – University of Technology Sydney, Australia and Ryan Tang – University of South Australia, Australia

Track 3: Strategy, organization, value chains and innovation

Mariano (Pitòsh) Heyden – Monash University, Australia and Lili Mi – Griffith University, Australia

Track 4: Institutional Complexity, CSR, Diversity and Resilience to social change

Ashokkumar Manoharan – Flinders University, Australia and Matt Raskovic – Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Track 5: Emerging markets and emerging markets’ international enterprise

Anna Earl – University of Canterbury, New Zealand and Yifan Zhong – University of Western Australia, Australia,

Paper Development Workshop Track

Omid Aliasghar – University of Auckland, New Zealand and Chanaka Wijewardena – The University of Adelaide, Australia

The PDW faculty mentors include leading professors in the field of International Business, Management and Strategy

Prof. Jonathan Doh (Villanova U.), Prof. Peter Buckley (U. Leeds), Prof. Siah Hwee Ang (Victoria U. Wellington), Prof. Snejina Michailova (U. Auckland), Prof. Vikas Kumar (U. Sydney), Prof. Colin Higgins (Deakin U.), Prof. Sara McGaughey (QUT), Prof. Douglas Dow (U. Melbourne), Prof. Vijay Pereira (NEOMA Business School), Prof. Gokhan Ertug (U. Adelaide), Prof. William Newburry (Florida International U. tentative), Prof. Hari Bapuji (U. Melbourne tentative), Prof. Fuming Jiang (RMIT tentative)

Registration Fee*:

Earlybird (until 6 October 2023) US$90 per person

Regular (7 October 2023 onwards) US$130 per person

*For AIB members.

Non-AIB delegates: In addition to the registration fee, non-AIB delegates need to become members of the Academy of International Business. The annual membership rate is US$120 for regular membership, and US$40 for student members.

Registration fee includes the welcome reception on 22 November, luncheons and coffee breaks on 23 and 24 November, and the Symposium Dinner at the Adelaide Oval on 23 November.


Methods workshops (22 November):

1 workshop: A$10, 2 workshops: A$15

Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) Workshop with Prof. Bo Nielsen – The University of Sydney, Australia

Critical and Systematic Literature Review Workshop with Prof. Snejina Michailova – The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Adelaide Oval tour: A$19 (subject to the minimum number of required ppl)

Additional Dinner guest: US$75

Indicative Schedule:

Key Dates:

Symposium Submission Deadline: 31 August 2023 (abstracts)

Paper Development Workshop Deadline: 31 August 2023 (abstracts). 10 October 2023 (full papers for accepted abstracts)

Wednesday, 22 November:

• Workshops

• Industry- Government- Academia panel

• Welcome reception

Thursday, 23 November:

• Keynote address

• Parallel sessions

• Dinner

Friday, 24 November:

• Parallel sessions

• PDW and panels

• Annual General Meeting

LOCATION: The University of Adelaide, Australia

Host Institution: The University of Adelaide, Business School

Partner Institution: Flinders University


Please contact the AIB-Oceania 2023 Research Symposium and PDW committee by emailing Prof. Hussain Rammal (

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