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*Erratum: in the previous e-mail sent on Friday the subject refer as
AIB-LAT Lima. The conference will be held in Buenos Aires. Sorry about this
mistake.*

 *Political Uncertainty and the Future of International Business*

*in Latin America*



*8th Annual AIB-LAT Conference – March 8–10, 2018*

*Buenos Aires**, Argentina*



Due to the hurricane Irma and its severe impact on the Caribbean and
Florida, we have received several requests to extend the AIB-LAT conference
deadline. As a response, the organizing committee has decided to offer a
short extension for submissions until September 30th, 2017.



To submit your manuscript, please go to http://meetings.aib.msu.edu
/lat/2018/submit.php



For more information, please visit our website at http://aiblat2018.org/#
<http://aiblat2018.org/>



*Additional Scholarly Activities:* The AIB-LAT conference in Buenos Aires
will also feature three events specifically designed for Ph.D. students and
young scholars who want to receive developmental feedback from experienced
researchers on their current research projects. Accordingly,* Pre-Conference
Chair Jorge Carneiro* (FGV-São Paulo) will be coordinating several
activities including a *Doctoral Consortium (José Ernesto Amorós*, EGADE,
Mexico), a *JIBS PDW (Stav Fainshmidt*, FIU), and a *Research Methods
Workshop* (TBD). Application procedures for these activities will be
provided at a later date. *Conference Proceedings of Paper Abstracts along
with other publication opportunities will be available.*


Established in 1978, the* IAE Business School* at the Universidad Austral
is one of the top business schools in Latin America, consistently ranked
among the global top 50 business schools for executive education and top 10
in Latin America for MBA programs. In 1991, the school contributed to the
creation of Austral University, one of the world’s top 30 private
universities less than 50 years old in QS’ 2014 World University Rankings.
IAE Business School is accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.


*Buenos Aires* is both the capital and largest city within Argentina. It is
frequently labeled the “Paris of South America”, and is one of the most
popular tourist sites in Latin America, known for its European
architecture, rich cultural influences such as the tango, and a great
appreciation of football, beef and wine.


*Conference Host Chair*: Michel Hermans (IAE-Austral, Argentina).

*Chapter Chair*: William Newburry (FIU, USA).



For more questions, please do not hesitate to submit your questions to
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-- 
Armando Borda, Ph.D.
International MBA - Director
Graduate Student Exchange Office - Head
ESAN - Graduate School of Business
Alonso de Molina 1652 Monterrico Chico Surco
Phone Number: (511) 317-7200 ext: 4338

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