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How do Foreign Investors Engage with the Informal Rules and Norms Present in 
Many Developing Economies?

Tuesday, April 6
9am New York/EST, 1pm London/GMT, 9pm Beijing/CST



Interested in how foreign investors adapt their policies and practices to meet the expectations of local business partners?

You'll want to save yourself a spot in our next free webinar, featuring expert insights from the latest issues of the Journal of International Business Studies. Act fast, though—
registration closes Monday, April 5




An institutional logics approach to liability of foreignness: The case of mining MNEs in Sub-Saharan Africa
Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, Charles Stevens
Presented by: Charles Stevens, Lehigh University

The impact of multinational enterprises on community informal institutions and rural poverty
Kristin Brandl, Elizabeth Moore, Camille Meyer, Jonathan Doh 
Presented by: Kristin Brandl, University of Victoria

MNC response to superstitious practice in Myanmar IJVs: Understanding contested legitimacy, formal–informal legitimacy thresholds, and institutional disguise
Tim Andrews, Khongphu Nimanandh, Khin Thi Htun, Orapin Santidhirakul 
Presented by: Tim Andrews, Chiang Mai University

Helena Barnard, University of Pretoria
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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