Journal of International Management SI Paper
¡°MNEs and Sustainable Business in
This is an opportunity to discuss your paper and receive feedback during a 2-day workshop before submitting the paper to the special issue.
Participation in the PDW is highly encouraged although it is not a condition for the paper acceptance.
Workshop date: January 10th¨C11th,
Business School Suzhou (IBSS), Xi¡¯an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China.
The places are limited
up to 26 participants. (In case
of travel restrictions of due to COVID-19, the PDW may be held in a hybrid mode.)
Deadline for submission to the PDW: November
Please note that the deadline for the special issue is
1 March 2022. Please see the following link for more details about the special issue;
Who is this PDW for?
This workshop is for those who are planning to
submit a paper to JIM-SI ¡°MNEs and
Sustainable Business in Emerging Markets¡±. Scholars who are
working on the theme are also welcome to submit their works in progress.
How much does it cost?
There is no registration fee for invited authors.
The invited authors who physically attend the PDW will be provided with lunches and dinners during the 2-day PDW, as well as with IBSS¡¯ accommodation near the venue for two nights. Domestic flights and public transport (train/bus) expenses within China can
also be claimed for reimbursement after the PDW. If you have questions regarding logistics, please contact Dr. Yameng Zhang at IBSS ([log in to unmask]).
How can you submit a paper?
The PDW organizers plan to invite two keynote
speakers who are leading experts in the research field.
JIM-SI Guest Editors:
Maoliang Bu (Nanjing University, China, [log in to unmask])
¨C Managing guest editor
Faith Hatani (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, [log in to unmask])
Dirk Holtbruegge (Friedrich-Alexander-University
Erlangen-N¨¹rnberg, Germany, [log in to unmask])
Ari Van Assche (HEC Montr¨¦al, Canada, [log in to unmask])