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Danny Van Den Bulcke Best Paper Prize
The Danny Van Den Bulcke Best Paper Prize was established by the EIBA Fellows with the support of the EIBA Board, and was awarded for the first time at the 40th EIBA Annual Conference in Uppsala, Sweden (December 2014). This commemorative prize is intended as a reward of excellence for the best overall IB paper presented at the EIBA Annual Conference – regardless of the age(s) of the author(s). The winners each receive a certificate, and the award-winning paper is granted a money prize of €1,000. The inaugural DVDB Prize was sponsored by the EIBA Fellows. An esteemed selection committee reviews the papers and selects the winner(s) from amongst the finalists each year (announced at the award ceremony).
NOTE: To be eligible for this presitgious prize, papers must be duly submitted, accepted and presented at the EIBA Annual Conference by registered participants.
Olga VENGER, Jakob MÜLLNER & Harald PUHR (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria)
Corporate Isolation vs. Global Immunity – MNE Internationalization and Resiliencies to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Sarah EDRIS & John CANTWELL (Rutgers University, US)
Organizational and Geographic Sources of MNE Networks in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Roger MONGONG-FON (University of Manchester, UK), Fragkiskos FILIPPAIOS & Carmen STOIAN (University of Kent, UK)
Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Institutional Development in Africa?
Irina MINDORA SURDU (University of Reading, UK), Kamel MELLAHI & Keith GLAISTER (University of Warwick, UK)
Back so fast? Empirical evidence on the speed of foreign market re-entry after initial entry and exit.
Palitha KONARA (University of Huddersfield, UK) & Vikrant SHIRODKAR (University of Sussex, UK)
Institutional Distance and Subsidiary Performance: Climbing up vs. Climbing down the Institutional Ladder.
Stefan SCHMID & Dennis WURSTER (ESCP Europe, Germany)
Taking the long way: How international work experience affects managers' time to the top.
Elisa GIULIANI, Davide FIASCHI & Federica NIERI (University of Pisa, Italy)
BRIC companies seeking legitimacy through corporate social responsibility.