The SIG Co-Chair oversees all Shared Interest Group functions, including member outreach, event coordination, and financial management.
Dr. Dilyard is the Director of St. Francis College’s Honors Program, co-director of the Environmental Studies Minor, and is an Associate Professor of the Management & Information Technology Department. Professional memberships include the Academy of International Business and the Academy of Management, and he is the principal contact at St. Francis College for the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UNSDSN), of which the College is a member.
His areas of expertise include climate change, poverty alleviation programs, sustainable development and international business.
Dr. Dilyard is a regular reviewer of papers for the Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business, as well as such journals as The Journal of International Business, the Thunderbird International Business Review, the Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Studies, and the International Journal of Emerging Markets. He has published and presented numerous papers on, as well as organized panels addressing the relationships between international business, climate change and poverty alleviation. He is actively involved with the Columbia Center for Sustainable International Investment and the UNSDSN.
The Vice Chair of Events, in conjunction with the Chapter Executive Board, is responsible for all chapter events, including at least one major conference, to be organized annually.
Dr. Zhao is Associate Professor of International Business and Innovation in the Department of Strategy and International Business, Surrey University Business School. She is an Associate of Centre for International Business and Development at Sussex University, UK. She was a Visiting Research Fellow at Sussex University Business School (01/2020-04/2020). She previously held positions at University of London, Plymouth University and Middlesex University London. Her research focuses on global innovation strategy and knowledge management of multinationals in and from emerging economies, as well as their innovation impact on local sustainable development.
Dr. Zhao is Associate Editor of Asian Business and Management and Senior Editor of European Journal of International Management as well as on the editorial board of Management International Review. She has published in various elite journals, including Journal of World Business,International Business Review, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Human Resource Management Journal, International Marketing Review, Critical Perspectives on International Business, and Thunderbird International Business Review. She has also published book chapters including in AIB UKI Palgrave Best Paper Book Series. She was the Best Paper Award Winner at Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA) Annual Meeting, 2019.
Dr. Zhao is the Co-Founder and Co-Chair of Academy of International Business Sustainability Shared Interest Group (S-SIG). She is also a long-standing organizing committee member of CYGNA – a global women academics support network with over 200 members.
The SIG Executive Advisor provides advice and guidance to the SIG team.
Jeremy Clegg is Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration and International Business Management at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. He was Head of the Division of International Business, Leeds University Business School, from 2000 to 2008, Director of the Centre for International Business University of Leeds (CIBUL) from 2009-15 and has been an AIB member since the mid-1980s. His PhD in Economics, awarded by the University of Reading, UK, jointly won the 1985 AIB International Competition for Best PhD Thesis in International Business (now the Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award). In 2007 he received the AIB President’s Award (now the John H. Dunning President’s Award) for his work with the UK & Ireland Chapter.
He is an area editor of the JIBP and has served as a member of the editorial review board of the JIBS. His research, employing both quantitative and qualitative methods, encompasses the determinants of foreign direct investment, FDI and regional integration, outward FDI by emerging economies, particularly China, and also human factors within international business. His research has been published in all of the major journals in International Business.
Professor Clegg was elected UK chapter chair in 2001, and re-elected in 2004. He served as Vice-President Administration on the AIB Board from 2013-16. Professor Clegg served as AIB President (2019-2020) and is currently Immediate past President at the AIB Executive board.
Dr. Alain Verbeke is a Professor of International Business Strategy and holds the McCaig Research Chair in Management at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. He is also the Area Chair of the Strategy and Global Management Area at the Haskayne School of Business. In 2014, Dr. Verbeke was elected as the Inaugural Alan M. Rugman Memorial Fellow at the Henley Business School, University of Reading (UK). He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies (2017 – 2022).
Dr. Verbeke is an elected Fellow of the Academy of International Business, and has served as Secretary and Treasurer of the Fellows.
Dr. Verbeke has been a member of the European Science and Technology Assembly (ESTA), the highest advisory body to the European Commission on the future of European scientific and innovation policy and has served on the board of directors of various educational and scientific research institutions.
Dr. Verbeke has authored or edited more than 35 books and more than 200 refereed publications, including many articles in leading scholarly journals such as the Journal of International Business Studies, the Strategic Management Journal and the Journal of Management Studies, as well as many other outlets in the ecosystem of IB journals.
Rob van Tulder is a professor of International Business-Society Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Professor van Tulder has published extensively on topics of multinational enterprise strategies, high-tech industries, corporate social responsibility, issues management, skills, network strategies, smaller industrial countries (welfare states) and European Community/Union policies. He has received numerous accolades for his intellectual and societal contributions. Professor van Tulder is co-founder of RSM’s Department of Business-Society Management, a world-leading department on the global issues surrounding sustainability. The department offers a highly successful master’s specialising in sustainability. He is founder and academic director of The Partnerships Resource Centre, an expert centre bringing together leading NGOs, firms and governments in the study and management of cross-sector partnerships for the social good. He supports the creation of other expert centres around the world that try to help companies improve their sustainability strategy together with other societal stakeholders. Professor van Tulder consults for international organisations, ministries and companies. He teaches executive courses for managers and academics on international strategic management and has been a visiting professor at several international universities.
Pervez Ghauri completed his PhD at Uppsala University (Sweden) where he also taught for several years. Pervez has worked as Professor at University of Groningen, (NL), Manchester Business and King’s College London (UK). Currently Pervez is Professor of International Business at University of Birmingham (U.K.).
Recently, he was awarded Honorary Doctor of Economics, by Turku School of Economics and Management and University of Vaasa (Finland). Pervez has been the founding Editor-in-Chief of the International Business Review, has been Editor (Europe) for the Journal of World Business for the period 2007 – 2014 and is Consulting Editor for Journal of International Business Studies. Pervez is a Fellow for both the European International Business Academy (EIBA) and the Academy of International Business (AIB), where he was also Vice President between 2008 and 2010.
Pervez has published around 30 books and hundreds of articles in journals such as; Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Journal of Organizational Behavior, British Journal of Management, International Marketing Review, Management International Review, Journal of Business Research, Long Range Planning and Industrial Marketing Management.
Lorraine Eden holds the title of Professor Emerita of Management and a joint appointment as Research Professor of Law in the TAMU School of Law.
Eden’s research lies at the intersection of economics, international business, and public policy. She is considered one of the founders of the field of transfer pricing economics and is best known for her transfer pricing publications. Her research appears in more than 200 scholarly publications. Her current research focuses on transfer pricing and the strategies and structures of MNEs in the digital economy.
For many years, Eden’s professional service home has been the Academy of International Business (AIB). She was elected to two terms on the AIB Executive Board, including AIB President 2017-2018. She was also 2008-2010 Editor-in-Chief of AIB’s Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), the top-ranked international business journal, after many years as a JIBS Area Editor. In 2004, she was elected an AIB Fellow; in 2012, she received the AIB President’s Award; and in 2016, WAIB (Women in the AIB) awarded her its inaugural Woman of the Year award. In 2019, she received JIBS 50th Anniversary Gold Medals for Scholarship and Scholarly Service. Currently, she is the 2020-2023 Dean of the AIB Fellows. She was the lead author of AIB’s three codes of ethics and their updates.
Rosalie L. Tung is the Ming and Stella Wong Professor of International Business at Simon Fraser University (Canada). She has served as the 2017-2020 Dean of the Fellows, Academy of International Business, the 2015-2016 President of the Academy of International Business, and the 2003-2004 President of the Academy of Management. She is an elected Fellow of: the Academy of Management; the British Academy of Management; the International Academy for Intercultural Research; and the Royal Society of Canada.
In 2021, Rosalie was awarded the John H. Dunning Academy of International Business President’s Award. She is one of sixteen International Business scholars to be awarded a Gold Medal for “most substantive contributions” in the JIBS in that journal’s first 50 years (1970-2019) of publication. In addition, she is the recipient of: the 2019 Academy of Management’s Distinguished Service award; the 2020 Academy of Management, International Management Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award; and the 2021 Academy of Management, International Management Division Eminent Scholar Award.
Rosalie is a past Editor of CCSM and has also served as Area Editor of IHR, CCCM, JIBS and as Senior Editor, IHRM for the JWB. In addition, she also serves on the editorial boards of numerous academic journals.
Dana Minbaeva is a Professor of Human Resource Management at King’s Business School. Her research on strategic international HRM has appeared in such top international journals as Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management, and many others. Dana has published over 50 articles in international peer reviewed journals, numerous book chapters and reports. She received several national and international awards to research achievements, including the prestigious JIBS Decade Award 2013. She is the Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB).
Dana is actively involved in the MBA and executive teaching at various European business schools. Previously, she has taught in Denmark, Kazakhstan, Russia, Lithuania, Kyrgyzstan, Finland and Germany as well as having held visiting research positions in the UK, Ireland, Australia and Canada. Dana is a founder and research partner of Nordic Human Capital Advisory ApS.
Dana has extensive editorial experience. Currently she serves as Journal of International Business Studies’ Area Editor. She is also on the Editorial Boards for top international journals such as Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of World Business, among others. She currently serves as a Board member at the EIASM, a Vice-President Administration at the AIB Executive Board, President of Women in AIB, and the Ombudsperson at the Strategic Management Society.
Ans Kolk is full professor at the University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Business School, The Netherlands. Her areas of expertise are in corporate social responsibility, sustainable development and sustainability, especially in relation to international business. In 2009, she received the EABIS/Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer European Award (Lifetime Achievement Award), which recognises exceptional faculty who are leaders in integrating environmental and social issues into their research and teaching both on- and off-campus. In 2016, she received the Elsevier-wide Atlas award for social impact.
Professor Kolk has published in a range of international journals, including JIBS, JWB, RP, JMS, AMP, MIR, IBR, IMR, CMR, HBR, JPIM, JBR, among others. Professor Kolk is currently senior editor of Journal of World Business and consulting editor of Journal of International Business Policy. At the University of Amsterdam Business School, Ans has held several managerial roles over the years, including research director and chair of the international strategy & marketing department.
Professor Kolk has participated in several international projects on strategy, organisation and disclosure related to social and environmental issues, in cooperation with different private, public and societal organisations.
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.
Jonathan Doh has published more than 90 refereed articles, 40 chapters, a dozen teaching cases, and nine books. Recent articles appear in AMR, AMP, AMLE, BEQ, JIBS, JOM, JMS, MISQ, OS, and SMJ. He has served as Associate Editor and Special Issue Editor of several journals, including JIBS, was Editor- in-Chief of Journal of World Business from 2014-2018, and is currently General Editor of the Journal of Management Studies. He was ranked the 12th most prolific IB scholar for the period 2001-2009 (Lahiri & Kumar, 2012) and among the top one percent of scholars in business and management globally (325 out of 36,319). He holds a Ph.D. in strategic and international management from George Washington. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management in 2021, only a handful of scholars to serve as both AOM and AIB Fellows.
Luis Alfonso Dau is Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University. His research and teaching interests include global strategy, emerging market firms, institutional changes, pro-market reforms, business groups, family firms, firm performance, international corporate social responsibility, sustainability, formal and informal entrepreneurship, and the implications of culture on international strategy. His work has received numerous awards and has been published in the leading academic journals in the field, including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Global Strategy Journal, Journal of International Management, Management International Review, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Journal of Business Venturing. He has conducted field research in several Latin American countries, including Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico. He currently serves as VP of Administration of the Academy of International Business. He is also a John H. Dunning Visiting Fellow at Henley Business School, University of Reading, as well as a Peter J. Buckley International Visiting Fellow at University of Leeds Business School.
Rudolf R. Sinkovics (PhD, WU-Vienna, Austria) is Professor of International Business (Management) at The University of Glasgow, the United Kingdom. He is Visiting Professor at LUT University, Finland.
His research writing covers issues of inter-organizational governance, the role of ICT, and research methods in international business. Current work focuses on advanced technologies and responsible business.
His work has been published in journals such as Journal of International Business Studies, Management International Review, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, Journal of International Management, Journal of Business Research, Journal of International Marketing and International Marketing Review.
He is co-editor-in-chief for critical perspectives on international business, Consulting editor for Journal of World Business and Associate editor for Transnational Corporations and serves on a number of editorial boards.
Geoffrey Jones is the Isidor Straus Professor of Business History, and Faculty Chair of the School’s Business History Initiative. He holds degrees of BA, MA and PhD from Cambridge University, UK. He has an honorary Doctorate in Economics and Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, and an honorary PhD from the University of Helsinki, Finland. He taught previously at the London School of Economics, and Cambridge and Reading Universities in the UK, and at Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands. He has held Visiting Professorships at Gakushuin University, Tokyo, and Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, and is an Affiliate Professor of Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto. Elsewhere at Harvard, he serves on the Executive Committee of the Harvard Center for African Studies, the Faculty Committee of the Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, and on the Policy Committee of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies.