Mega-cities have long been favored by multinational enterprises—but what impact has this "romance" had on society as a whole?

This relationship between massive metropolitan areas and MNEs will be the subject of a free webinar, featuring expert perspectives from the latest issues of the Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of International Business Policy

Anyone can register to take part in this live conversation, but time is running out! Online sign-up for this event closes this Wednesday, August 26.

As always, everyone who registers for this webinar will be provided with a copy of each of the articles being discussed. Once you've signed up, be sure to keep an eye on your email inbox: That's where you'll receive your livestream access link, approximately 24 hours before the event.

Full details and a registration link for this session are available below. We look forward to seeing you online soon!



Why Do MNEs Love Mega-Cities and What Does That Imply for Society?

Time: August 27, 11am New York, 3pm GMT, 5pm Berlin, 11pm Hong Kong




Location strategy in cluster networks
Pengfei Li & Harald Bathelt
Presented by: Pengfei Li, HEC Montréal

Expanding the international trade and investment policy agenda: The role of cities and services
Christine Côté, Saul Estrin, & Daniel Shapiro
Presented by: Christine Côté, London School of Economics

International connectedness and local disconnectedness: MNE strategy, city-regions and disruption
Mark Lorenzen, Ram Mudambi, & Andreas Schotter
Presented by: Ram Mudambi, Temple University

Sarianna Lundan, University of Bremen
Klaus Meyer, Western University




Weren't able to catch our previous webinars during the live broadcast? Never fear! AIB members can access recordings of these events directly from our login portal. As an exclusive members-only bonus, we've also included downloadable copies of each presenters' slideshow presentations.


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