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[cid:[log in to unmask]]As a member of the IB community, you need insights you can use to keep improving your teaching and research. Fortunately, we've got a fresh collection of short, applied articles that provide "Actionable International Business Insights".

A table of contents for our newly published edition of AIB Insights is available below—Volume 20, Issue 2<> is a special issue, focused on “Investigating Modern Slavery: How IB Scholarship Can Contribute”.

We hope you find these articles helpful. For all the latest AIB Insights news, be sure to visit the publication's new website<>.


Letter from the Editors: Special Issue on “Investigating Modern Slavery: How IB Scholarship Can Contribute”<>
Snejina Michailova (Guest Editor), Christina Stringer (Guest Editor), John Mezias (Editor)

Modern Slavery Responses Need International Business Scholarship<>
Alexander Trautrims

Toward Ethical Commitment: Avoiding MNC Entanglement in Modern Slavery<>
Harry J. Van Buren III, Judith Schrempf-Stirling, Michelle Westermann-Behaylo

Can Blockchain Help Resolve Modern Slavery in Supply Chains?<>
Martijn Boersma, Justine Nolan

Addressing Modern Slavery in the IB Classroom: Are We Doing Enough?<>
Swati Nagar, Fiona Hurd

The submission deadline for AIB Insights's next special issue, "Engaging With Oceania" is almost here: October 15, 2020. Read our official Call for Papers<> for submission instructions and to see if your work would make a good fit.

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