In a few weeks, we will have our final meeting in Nürnberg. From July 22 to July 24, our network will meet at the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg to discuss the progress of our respective work. The Extended Abstracts that were discussed in Vienna now have emerged to full papers in a first draft and are on a very good way to be included in the edited book.
During our meeting, we once again will have support from external guests. This time, Professor John D. Daniels and Professor Fabian J. Froese will join us. John D. Daniels is Professor Emeritus of the Samuel N. Friedland Chair at the University of Miami. He won the Academy of International Business (AIB) annual dissertation competition and has served as AIB President and Dean of its Fellows. John is also former Chair of the International Division of the Academy of Management. He has published thirteen books, of which his co-authored textbook,International Business: Environments and Operations, has been published in its 15th edition by now. His numerous articles were published in leading journals, such as Academy of Management Journal, International Business Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Management International Review, and many others.
Fabian J. Froese is Chair of Human Resources Management and Asian Business at the University of Göttingen. He was also invited as visiting research scholar by the Universities of Tokyo and Kobe. Into the bargain, he worked for banks and consultancy firms in Singapore, Shanghai and Tokyo, won numerous research awards and is referee for several different international scientific journals. His work has been published in leading international journals, such as Asia Pacific Journal of Management, International Business Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior and many others.
We are happy to have the opportunity to get first hand insights from such outstanding scholars who will contribute to improving our work and are very much looking forward to the meeting in Nürnberg.