GSJ Workshop

Global Strategy and Skepticism about Globalization

Global Strategy Journal Special Issue Workshop

 Hosted by the editors of the special issue:

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra (Northeastern U.), Yves Doz (Insead), and Ajai Gaur (Rutgers U.)

Saturday, March 23, 2019

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Program

(All times are EST. UK add 4 hours, Continental Europe add 5 hours, China add 12 hours)

8:45-9:00. Connecting and welcome

9:00-9:55. The Institutional and Firm-Level Determinants of Anti-Globalization: Popular backlash, policy reversal, and firm strategies. Fuller, Douglas; Butzbach, Olivier; Schnyder, Gerhard

9:55-10:00. Break.

10:00-10:55. Changing the Rules of the Game: The Rise of Populism and the Challenge for Global Business Strategy. Devinney, Timothy; Hartwell, Christopher

10:55-11:00. Break

11:00-11:55 Scepticism towards Globalization, International Knowledge Flows and the Emergence of a New Global System. Hashai, Niron; Buckley, Peter

11:55-12:35. Snack/Lunch/Dinner Break

12:35-13:30. Globalization Skeptics or Supporters? Understanding the Internationalization Preferences of Ethnic Minority-Owned SMEs. Joshi, Amol; Inouye, Todd; Robinson, Jeffrey; Hemmatian, Iman

13:30-13:35. Break

13:35-14:30. The Liability of Disruption: An Assessment of the Global Legitimacy Challenges of Firms with Disruptive Business Models. Marano, Valentina; Tallman, Stephen; Teegen, Hildy J.

14:30-14:45. Conclusions

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