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Finance in international business—how can modern practice inform new theories and vice versa?

This dynamic will be the subject of our next free webinar, featuring expert perspectives from the latest issues of the Journal of International Business Studies<> and Journal of International Business Policy<>.

This live conversation is open to the entire IB community, but you need to move quickly to save your spot: Online sign-up closes Wednesday, October 28.

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!

Finance in International Business: Theory and Practice
Time: October 29, 9am New York, 1pm GMT, 3pm Berlin, 9pm Hong Kong


Angel investors around the world<>
Douglas Cumming & Minjie Zhang
Presented by: Douglas Cumming, Florida Atlantic University
Do venture capital firms benefit from international syndicates?<>
Arif Khurshed, Abdulkadir Mohamed, Armin Schwienbacher & Fan Wang
Presented by: Abdulkadir Mohamed, Leeds University Business School
Foreign ownership, bank information environments, and the international mobility of corporate governance<>
Yiwei Fang, Iftekhar Hasan, Woon Sau Leung & Qingwei Wang
Presented by: Woon Sau Leung, University of Edinburgh
David M. Reeb, National University of Singapore
Timothy M. Devinney, Alliance Manchester Business School

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