aiblat2017@esan.edu.pe

BEST PAPER SELECTION COMMITTE & BEST PAPER FINALISTS

Documento sin título

AIB-LAT 2017 AWARDS
BEST PAPER AWARDS

1. BEST PAPER AWARD: OVERALL CONFERENCE
The Track Chairs indicated the best paper in their respective track. A special jury selected the winner. The members
of the jury are:

  • Diana Bank Weinberg (Berlin Scholl of Economics and Law (BESL), Germany)
  • Jeremy Clegg (University of Leeds, United Kingdom)
  • Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil)

NOMINEES

PAPER PRESENTED AT:
Does global integration make firms more socially responsible? The effect of national
trade networks on state and private firm CSR

• Elizabeth Marie Moor, Northeastern University (USA);
• Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University (USA);
• Margaret Alyce Soto, Northeastern University (USA)
Thursday 9th,
12:00-13:15,
Esan A-503
We grow it, we benefit! Cooperative business models creating shared value in the
chocolate industry
  • Peter Gallo, Creighton University (USA);
  • Raquel Antolin-Lopez, University of Almeria (Spain);
  • Ivan Montiel, CUNY - Baruch College (USA)
Thursday 9th,
12:00-13:15,
Esan A-503
Boundary-spanning and boundary-buffering in global markets: A German perspective
on the internationalization of family firms
  • Lehrer, M., Suffolk University (USA);
  • Celo, S., Suffolk University (USA)
Thursday 9th,
15:30-16:45,
ESAN A-508
The Messier Reality of Changes in Foreign Operation Modes: Knowledge-based and
Institutional Perspectives
  • Paul Moritz Putzhammer , WU Vienna (Austria) ;
  • Stav Fainshmidt, Florida International University (USA)
Friday 10th,
08:45-10:00,
JW Marriot
Room San Martin D
Foreigners in the Board Room: Attention to Firms’ Local Socio-Cultural Context
  • Yannick Thams, Suffolk University (USA);
  • Keith Kelley, University of Michigan Flint (USA)
Friday 10th,
08:45-10:00,
JW Marriot
Room San Martin D
Do Negotiation Styles Change for Mexicans and Americans? A Study of Salary
Negotiation Styles for Hispanic-American Multiculturals and American Monoculturals
  • Davina Vora, State University of New York at New Paltz (USA);
  • Napatsorn Jiraporn, State University of New York at Oswego (USA);
  • Wendy Casper, University of Texas at Arlington (USA)
Thursday 9th,
15:30-16:45,
ESAN A-311
Institutional distance and Performance of Foreign Subsidiaries: Evidences from Brazil
  • Jonas Fernando Petry, Fundação Universidade Regional de Blumenau - FURB
    (Brazil)
  • Mohamed Amal, Fundação Universidade Regional de Blumenau - FURB (Brazil)
  • Dinorá Eliete Floriani, Universidade do Vale do Itajaí, UNIVALI (Brazil)
Friday 10th,
08:45-10:00,
JW Marriot
Room San Martin E

BEST PAPER AWARDS

2. BEST PAPER AWARD: BEST FIT CONFERENCE THEME
Prof. Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez indicated the best paper that fit the conference theme. A special jury selected
the winner. The members of the jury are:

  • Diana Bank Weinberg (Berlin Scholl of Economics and Law (BESL), Germany)
  • Jeremy Clegg (University of Leeds, United Kingdom)
  • Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil)

NOMINEES

PAPER PRESENTED AT:
Degree of internationalization and corporate sustainability as an influence on performance:
a literature review.
  • Ana Claudia Bansi, Universidade de São Paulo and Instituto Federal de São Paulo
    (Brazil);
  • Simone Vasconcelos Ribeiro Galina, Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil)
Thursday 9th,
15:30-16:45,
Esan A-507
Does global integration make firms more socially responsible? The effect of national
trade networks on state and private firm CSR.
  • Elizabeth Marie Moore, Northeastern University (USA);
  • Luis Alfonso Dau, Northeastern University (USA);
  • Margaret Alyce Soto, Northeastern University (USA)
Thursday 9th,
12:00-13:15,
Esan A-503
We grow it, we benefit! Cooperative business models creating shared value in the
chocolate industry.
  • Peter Gallo, Creighton University (USA);
  • Raquel Antolin-Lopez, University of Almeria (Spain);
  • Ivan Montiel, CUNY - Baruch College (USA)
Thursday 9th,
12:00-13:15,
Esan A-503
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainable Competitive Advantage:
A study on Brazilian multinationals.
  • Linda Jessica De Montreuil Carmona, Fundação Universidade Regional de
    Blumenau - FURB (Brazil);
  • Edilson Bacinello, Fundação Universidade Regional de Blumenau - FURB (Brazil);
  • Mohamed Amal, Fundação Universidade Regional de Blumenau - FURB (Brazil)
Friday 10th,
14:30-15:45,
JW Marriott,
San Martín D
Corporate Social Responsibility, Country Reputation, and Firm Reputation: A perspective
on the creation of shared value in emerging markets
  • Keith J. Kelley, University of Michigan-Flint (USA);
  • Thomas A. Hemphill, University of Michigan-Flint (USA)
Thursday 9th,
12:00-13:15,
Esan A-503

AIB-LAT 2017 AWARDS
BEST REVIEWER AWARD

AIB-LAT recognizes the voluntary work of the reviewers, who diligently indicated the strengths and weaknesses of papers submitted to the conference. Among the outstanding reviewers – as indicated by the Track Chairs – presented below (in alphabetical order of first name), one will be announced at the Gala Dinner as the recipient of the AIB-LAT 2017 Best Reviewer Award.

NOMINEES

  • Abraham Soleimani (Eastern Washington University, USA)
  • Ali Taleb, McEwan University (Canada)
  • Arkangel Cordero, University of Texas at San Antonio (USA)
  • Flavio Battistuzzo, ESPM (Brazil)
  • Gislaine Cristina dos Santos Teixeira, UNINOVE (Brazil)
  • Jonas Fernando Petry, Fundação Universidade Regional de Blumenau -
  • FURB (Brazil)
  • José Mauricio Geilelate (University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA)
  • Long Wang, City University of Hong Kong (China)
  • Mario Henrique Ogasavara, ESPM (Brazil)
  • Peter Gallo, Creighton University (USA)
  • Pietro Carlos De Souza Rodrigues, King’s College London & University of
  • Sao Paulo (UK)
  • Sokol Celo, Suffolk University (United States of America)