Session Schedule

Conference Panels

Panel 1: Publishing in Top Journals
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 9:45 – 11:00

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Publishing in Top Journals Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra Northeastern University USA
John Mezias University of Miami USA
Daniel Rottig Florida Gulf Coast University USA
Daniel Shapiro Simon Fraser University Canada

Panel 2: How to Write a Good Paper
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 13:45 – 15:00

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
How to write a good paper: theoretical contribution and contextual relevancy Ruth Aguilera Northeastern University USA
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra Northeastern University USA
Anoop Madhok York University Canada

Panel 3: EMNC Strategic Capabilities
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 11:00 – 12:15

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
EMNC Strategic Capabilities William Newburry Florida International University USA
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra Northeastern University USA
Armando Borda Universidad ESAN Peru
Maria Tereza Fleury Fundação Getulio Vargas Brazil
Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Miguel Angel Montoya   Monterrey Tec Guadalajara Mexico

Panel 4: Governance and Organizational Capabilities in Latin America
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 15:00 – 16:15

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Changing Patterns of Governance and Organizational Capabilities in Latin America: Implications for Multinationals and Entrepreneurial Ventures Veneta Andonova Universidad de los Andes Colombia
Fernanda R. Cahen Centro Universitario FEI Brazil
Lourdes Casanova Cornell University USA
Anabella Davila Tecnologico de Monterrey Mexico
Juana Catalina Garcia Universidad de los Andes Colombia
Anne Miroux Cornell University USA
Moacir de Miranda Oliveira Junior University of São Paulo Brazil

 


 

Competitive Sessions

COMP 1: Internationalization Networks & Competitiveness
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 9:45 – 11:00
Track Chair: Diana Bank Weinberg

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Chief Marketing Officers and Firm Performance: A Multinational Perpsective on The Value Relevance of the Chief Marketer Atanas Nik Nikolov Washington State University USA
Plamen Peev Towson University USA
Mihail Miletkov University of New Hampshire USA
Performance of international strategic alliance in the emerging market context: A project-level analysis Somnath Lahiri Illinois State University USA
Karthik Dhandapani Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli India
A Knowledge Difference Perspective on Cross-Border Alliances and Acquisitions Rimi Zakaria University of Wisconsin - Whitewater USA

COMP 2: Institutions & International Expansion in Emerging Economies
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 11:15 – 12:30
Track Chair: Patricio Duran

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Legitimation and Internationalization: Reflections on the Impact of Accrediting Agencies Gislaine Cristina dos Santos Teixeira Fundação Getulio Vargas / Uninove Brazil
Emerson Antonio Maccari Uninove Brazil
Latin American firm’s mimetic behavior and their influence on the ownership in cross-border acquisitions Cláudia Sofia Frias Pinto Fundação Getulio Vargas Brazil
Maria Tereza Fleury Fundação Getulio Vargas Brazil
Manuel Portugal Ferreira Universidade Nove de Julho Brazil
Christian Falaster Universidade Regional de Blumenau Brazil
Clashing with Institutions: A Lesson From Uber’s Business Model Cyntia Vilasboas Calixto Fundação Getulio Vargas Brazil
Maria Tereza Fleury Fundação Getúlio Vargas Brazil
Strategies for MNCs to Overcome Formal and Informal Institutional Barriers   to Build Legitimacy when Entering Brazil: A Qualitative Analysis Jason Hoop Florida Gulf Coast University USA
Daniel Rottig Florida Gulf Coast University USA
Nicholas Cid Florida Gulf Coast University USA
David Peterson Florida Gulf Coast University USA

COMP 3: Global Value Chains and Knowledge Spillovers in Emerging Markets
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 11:15 – 12:30
Track Chair: Afonso Fleury

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Global and Local Innovation and the Relationship with Outsourcing of Advanced and Basic Activities Leandro Lima dos Santos University of São Paulo Brazil
Rafael Morais Pereira University of São Paulo Brazil
Batista Salgado Gigliotti University of São Paulo Brazil
Felipe M. Borini Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing Brazil
Moacir de Miranda Oliveira Junior University of São Paulo Brazil
Contributions of Brazilian Subnational Environment for Creation of Local and Global Innovation in Foreign Subsidiary Companies Cristina Doritta Rodrigues Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing Brazil
Felipe M. Borini Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing Brazil
Global Value Chain Versus Global Supply Chain: A Ten-year Retrospective on Top-Journals Publications Renan Lucas Ferraz Fundação Getulio Vargas (EAESP/FGV) Brazil
Luciana Marques Vieira Fundação Getulio Vargas Brazil

COMP 4: Political Uncertainty and International Business
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 13:45 – 15:00
Track Chair: Jorge Carneiro

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Terrorism and Multinationality:   The Creation of New Firm Specific Advantages in the Age of Political Violence Elizabeth Moore Northeastern University USA
Luis Alfonso Dau Northeastern University USA
Max Abrahms Northeastern University USA
Impact of Home Country Instability on the Competitiveness of Emerging Country Multinationals Afonso Fleury Universidade de São Paulo Brazil
Flavio Fisch Universidade de São Paulo Brazil
Felipe Borini ESPM Brazil
Maria Tereza Fleury Fundação Getúlio Vargas Brazil
Political Uncertainty and Innovation: The Moderating Effect of Regime System and National Leaders’ Characteristics on Patent Applications Julio Pertuze Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Chile
Tomas Reyes Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Chile
Roberto Vassolo IAE Business Chile
Nicolas Olivares Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Chile
The impact of the political resource factor on MNC business failure in the context of Latin America Andrei Panibratov St. Petersburg State University Russia

COMP 5: Competitive Implications of International New Ventures and Family Firm Internationalization
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 8:45 – 10:00
Track Chair: Mario Ogasavara

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Corporate Strategy and Internationalization of Business Groups.  A Comparative Analysis of 4 Argentine Cases Diego Finchelstein Universidad de San Andres Argentina
Better Together: Multinational Corporations and Domestic Business Groups in Times of Economic and Political Transitions – Evidence from Chile Marcelo Bucheli University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign USA
Erica Salvaj Universidad del Desarrollo Chile
Minyoung Kim University of Kansas USA
How developing country multinational enterprises address institutional voids trough CSR practices? Johanan Zamilpa University of Guanajuato Mexico
Jorge Alcaraz Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) Mexico
Luis Torres Georgia Gwinnett College USA

COMP 6: Dealing with Institutional Changes
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 8:45 – 10:00
Track Chair: Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
On the Use of Multi-Stakeholder Governance in Institutional Crises Luciana Marques Vieira Fundação Getulio Vargas Brazil
Domenico Dentoni Wageningen University Netherlands
Luis Carlos Schneider UNISINOS Brazil
Foreign direct investment and agglomeration economies: Analyzing the choice between industry clusters and country of origin clusters Francisco Puig University of Valencia Spain
Anoop Madhok York University Canada
Zhi Shen CIIE China
Death and Taxes: How do Inheritance Tax and Shareholder Protection Affect the Market Value of Family Firms? Patricio Duran Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Chile
Matias Braun Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Chile
Micahel Carney Concordia University Canada
Marcelo Ortiz Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Chile
Julio Riutort Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Chile
The Effect of SPS Agreements on the contractual choice in international fruit supply chains Iciar Pavez Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) France
Jean-Marie Codron Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) France
Pasquale Lubello SupAgro Montpellier France
Maria Cecilia Florêncio SupAgro Montpellier Brazil

COMP 7: Cross-Cultural influences and Internationalization
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 11:00 – 12:15
Track Chair: Juan Carlos Sosa

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Drivers of Local Food Consumption in Latin America Constanza Bianchi Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Chile
Expressivity, Instrumentality and Trust:   Logics and Symbolism of Business Gift-giving in the East and the West Long Wang City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Gender equality and MNEs: A cross-country analysis Abby Peters Nevada State College USA
Maria Fernanda Wagstaff The University of Texas at El Paso USA

COMP 8: International Expansion and Firm Capabilities in Emerging Market Firms
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 15:00 – 16:15
Track Chair: Pablo Zegarra

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Internationalization of Higher Education Institutions: the role of the faculty under the light of Social Exchange Theory Marcello Romani-Dias Foundation Getulio Vargas Brazil
Jorge Manuel Teixeira Carneiro Foundation Getulio Vargas Brazil
Aline dos Santos Barbosa Foundation Getulio Vargas Brazil
Organizational Creativity as a High-Order Resource to Achieve International Performance Silvio Luis De Vasconcello Universidade do Vale do Itajai Brazil
Claudio Reis Gonçalo Universidade do Vale do Itajai Brazil
Ivan Lapuente Garrido Universidade do Vale do Itajai Brazil
Are SMEs with immigrant owners exceptional exporters? Horatio Morgan Ryerson University Canada
Sui Sui Ryerson University Canada
Matthias Baum University of Kaiserslautern Germany

 


 

Interactive Sessions

INT 1: International HRM, Expatriates & Cross-cultural Adjustment
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 9:45 – 11:00
Track Chair: Michel Hermans

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Shared-value Through the Eyes of IHRM-CSR: Latin America Maria Beamond Pennsylvania State University USA
Hiring of employees by State-owned Enterprises Elias Pereira Lopes Junior Universidade Federal do Cariri Brazil
Dilson Alexandre Mendonça Bruno Centro Universitário 7 de Setembro - UNI7 Brazil
Are emerging markets similar enough? Investigating talent management practices and their relation to the absorptive capacity and performance of firms in Russia and Brazil Marina Latukha St. Petersburg State University Russia
Maria Laura Maclennan Centro Universitario Fei Brazil
Andrei Panibratov St. Petersburg State University Russia
Svetla Marinova Aalborg University Denmark
Time Perspective and Occupational Self-efficacy:  A   Cross-Cultural Study among Mexican and U.S. MBA students Daniel Arturo Cernas Ortiz Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México Mexico
Mark A. Davis University of North Texas USA
Patricia Mercado Salgado Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México Mexico
The expatriation strategy of multinational enterprises’ subsidiaries in Latin America during post-2008 economic crisis Marcia Zabdiele Moreira Universidade Federal do Ceara Brazil
Mario Henrique Ogasavara ESPM Sao Paulo Brazil
Elano Ferreira Arruda Universidade Federal do Ceara Brazil
  Exploring Human Resources in Chile: Preliminary findings from the first wave of Cranet data collection. Leonardo Liberman Universidad de los Andes Chile
Lukas Hermann-Mayenberger Christiansen Universidad de los Andes Chile

INT 2: Institutional Environments and Firm Strategic Responses
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 11:15 – 12:30
Track Chair: Rimi Zakaria

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Capturing the value of the internationalization option Max Liegler WU Vienna Austria
Thomas Lindner WU Vienna Austria
Moritz Putzhammer WU Vienna Austria
The effects of foreignness and distance on firm reputation in Latin America William Newburry Florida International University USA
Mohan Song Florida International University USA
Daniel Andrews Florida International University USA
Overcoming Country of Origin Liabilities to Become a High Flyer in Domestic and Global Markets Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Ana Maria Gomez-Trujillo CEIPA Business School Colombia
Eva Cristina Manotas Universidad Nacional de Colombia Colombia
Camilo Pérez Restrepo Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Maria Teresa Uribe-Jaramillo Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Juan Velez-Ocampo Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Verónica Duque-Ruiz Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Determinants of Foreign Subsidiaries Performance in Latin America Henrique Correa da Cunha University of Blumenau Brazil
Mohamed Amal University of Blumenau Brazil
Dinorá Eliete Floriani University of Vale do Itajaí Brazil
The Impact of Institutional Distance on Location Choice in Russian Cross-Border Acquisitions Anna Veselova St. Petersburg State University Russia
Andrei Panibratov St. Petersburg State University Russia
Desislava Dikova Vienna University of Economics and Business Austria

INT 3: Global Capabilities and Rapid Internationalization in Emerging Market Firms
Date: Friday, March 9th
Time: 13:45 – 15:00
Track Chair: Maria Alejandra

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
How fast is rapid? Questioning the rapid internationalization approaches Larissa Marchiori Pacheco FGV/EAESP Brazil
Pablo Leão FGV/EAESP Brazil
Renato Souza Santos FGV/EAESP Brazil
Internationalization Process in a Latin State Firm: The Case of Pemex Jose Satsumi Lopez-Morales Instituto Tecnologico de Veracruz Mexico
Karla María Nava- Aguirre Universidad de Monterrey Mexico
Celal Topkul Universidad de Monterrey Mexico
The influence of Relationship Networks on the Internationalization Process in Emerging Markets: a Case Study with a Brazilian Franchisor Thelma Valeria Rocha ESPM/SP Brazil
Vanessa Pilla Bretas ESPM/SP Brazil
Renata Fernandes Galhanone ESPM/SP Brazil
George Bedinelli Rossi ESPM/SP Brazil
Internationalization of State Owned Banks: A Case Study of Banco do Brasil, Bank of China and WestLB Jorge Ferreira dos Santos Filho Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing - ESPM Brazil
Frederico Araujo Turolla Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing - ESPM Brazil
The Manifestation of Embeddedness in the Subsidiary Networks of MNCs Mariana Cristina Betti Cury Lorca ESPM Brazil
Vanessa Bretas ESPM Brazil
Felipe Mendes Borini ESPM Brazil
George Bedinelli Rossi ESPM Brazil

INT 4: International New Ventures, Family Business & SME's
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 8:45 – 10:00
Track Chair: Miguel Angel Montoya

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Competitiveness and the aim for global markets from their inception of emerging-markets SMEs Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez Universidad EAFIT Colombia
Eva Cristina Manotas Universidad Nacional de Colombia Colombia
The Influence of the Manager and His Attitude Towards Risk in the Internationalization Process: A Meta-Synthesis Gabrielle Ribeiro Rodrigues da Silva Federal University of Paraná Brazil
Adriana Roseli Wunsch Takahashi Federal University of Paraná Brazil
Gustavo Abib Federal University of Paraná Brazil
Export Development of SMEs:  Do Manager’s Traits Affect Export Initiation and Growth? Helder Silva IF Sudeste MG Brazil
Jorge Carneiro FGV - São Paulo School of Business Administration Brazil
Explaining Internet Companies' Internationalization: an approach of competences Fernanda R. Cahen Centro Universitario FEI Brazil
Felipe M. Borini ESPM Brazil
Non-Governmental Organizations Fundraising Performance: A Matter of Professional Management or Entrepreneurial Orientation? Mariana Cristina Betti Cury Lorca ESPM Brazil
Ilan Avrichir ESPM Brazil

INT 5: Innovation and Global Value Chains
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 11:00 – 12:15
Track Chair: Ronaldo Parente

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Sustainable Ambidexterity: Creating Shared Value through Engaging Paradox Larissa Marchiori Pacheco FGV/EAESP Brazil
Marlon Fernandes Rodrigues Alves USP/FEA-RP Brazil
A Theoretical Approach to Investigate Internationalization and the Need of Business Model Innovation Moema Pereira Nunes Feevale University Brazil
Fernanda Kalil Steinbruch Feevale University Brazil
Open Innovation as a Relevant Factor for Reverse Innovation Pedro Cortonesi Centro Universitario FEI Brazil
Fernanda R. Cahen Centro Universitario FEI Brazil
Felipe M. Borini ESPM Brazil
Turning Disadvantages into Advantages: Lessons from an Argentine Multinational in Brazil Daniel Joseph Friel Universidad de San Andrés Argentina
Prospects for the Development of New Drug Products in Emerging Economies – The Case of Brazil Ricardo Toshio Yugue University of Sao Paulo Brazil
Antonio Cesar Amaru Maximiano University of Sao Paulo Brazil
Roberto Sbragia University of Sao Paulo Brazil
Connectivity South of the Río Grande:  Patenting and Innovation Collaboration in Latin America Marcelo Cano-Kollmann Ohio University USA

INT 6: FDI, Internationalization & Institutions
Date: Saturday, March 10th
Time: 15:00 – 16:15
Track Chair: Diego Finchelstein

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
The Entry Mode of Foreign Infrastructure Players in Brazil – Understanding the Case of Airports Walter Caballero ESPM Brazil
Nidi Andreia da Cruz ESPM Brazil
Frederico Araújo Turolla ESPM Brazil
Mario Henrique Ogasavara ESPM Brazil
The Eclectic Paradigm as an Holistic Approach to Study Institutional Determinants of FDI at Subnational Level. Claudia Beatriz Batschauer da Cruz University of Vale do Itajaí Brazil
Dinorá Eliete Floriani University of Vale do Itajaí Brazil
Mohamed Amal Regional University of Blumenau Brazil
Does Entrepreneurial Activity Help Everyone Win? The Effects of Formal and Informal Entrepreneurship on Economic Growth and Inequality Elizabeth Moore Northeastern University USA
Luis Alfonso Dau Northeastern University USA
Is There an Institutional Void in Risk Mitigation in the Brazilian Electricity Sector? The Case of Surety Bonds Tulio Henrique Marques ESPM Brazil
Frederico Araújo Turolla ESPM Brazil
The Corruption Environment and State-Owned Enterprises Elias Pereira Lopes Junir Universidade Federal do Carira Brazil
Samuel Façanha Câmara Universidade Estadual do Ceará Brazil
Leonino Gomes Rocha Controladoria-Geral da União Brazil
Marcos Alexander Brasil Ferreira Universidade Estadual do Ceará Brazil
Political risk and financial strategies in infrastructure investments Christoph Riedler WU Vienna Austria

 


 

Poster Sessions

POST 1: Internationalization Networks & Competitiveness
Date: TBA
Time: TBA

Submission Title First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
Retailer’s Internationalization: The Importance of Regional Markets in Latin America Brenda Joyce Sternquist Michigan State University USA
Institutional Theory as a Basis for Market Selection and Segmentation in Latin America Desislava G Budeva Ramapo College of New Jersey USA
Institutional Theory as a Basis for Market Selection and Segmentation in Latin America Gladys Torres-Baumgarten Ramapo College of New Jersey USA
From an Emerging Market to Another: Influencing Factors in the Internationalization Decision of a Brazilian State-owned Bank for the Argentine Market Monique Fernandes dos S Aragão ESPM Brazil
Frederico Araujo Turolla ESPM Brazil
Water and Sanitation Sector Financing Ligianne Carvalho da Silva Dâmaso Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo Brazil
Frederico Araújo Turolla ESPM Brazil
Lucas de Vasconcelos Teixeira ESPM Brazil
The Influence of the Use of Strategic Alliances in Internationalization: A Case Study of Stefanini IT Solutions Ana Paula Lopes Marinho ESPM Brazil
Ana Carolinne Barata de  Lima ESPM Brazil
Mario Henrique Ogasavara ESPM Brazil
Segmenting the U.S. Consumer Market Based on Consumer Ethnocentrism: Implications for Foreign Marketers Piotr Chelminski Providence College USA
Political Restrictions and State-Owned Enterprise Investments Elias Pereira Lopes Junior Universidade Federal do Cariri Brazil