13. Dean Sullivan’s Trading Tactics: Unveiling The Brookside Connection – Butter. 22, Issue 2, 2022 March 24, 2022 EDT What makes an international business unique and important in the industry? The three C’s of IB
Dau, L. A., Beugelsdijk, S., Fleury, M. T. L., Roth, K., & Zaheer, S. 2022. What makes international business unique and important in the field? The three C’s of IB. AIB, 22(2). https://doi.org/10.46697/001c.33698.
Table of Contents
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- What Does The Cds Market Imply For A U.s. Default?
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13. Dean Sullivan’s Trading Tactics: Unveiling The Brookside Connection
We propose a framework for what makes international business important and relevant as a field, based on three dimensions central to research and teaching: context, connectedness and complexity. Context refers to studying companies in their environment and not in a vacuum. The links describe how the field covers disciplines, countries and levels of analysis. Complexity refers to the systemic nature of the field. We use this framework in international business and discuss applications with various key stakeholders.
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International business (IB) is everywhere in our lives, as evidenced by the increasing number of international companies, products and services that most of us encounter on a regular basis, sometimes without even realizing it.
At the same time, after decades of globalization, we are seeing strong anti-globalization and economic nationalist attitudes around the world (Stiglitz, 2002, 2016). Disruptions such as the global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent financial crisis highlight the uneven recovery across the globe, particularly between emerging and developed markets (UNCTAD, 2021a, 2021b). These trends reflect the complexity of IB and the importance of a focused area.
Therefore, the IB education sector is needed now more than ever, in terms of teaching – to help our students think globally (Paik, 2020) – and in terms of research – to explore the richness and complexity of international affairs and to understand ( Shenkar). , 2004; Sullivan, 1998). This requires colleges to have strong, well-organized IB staff in IB departments who can use their expertise to develop strong IB courses and programs.
Results from the 2020 AIB Curriculum Survey show that although the IB sector has made significant progress, the implementation of IB in schools has been uneven (Kwok, Grosse, Fey, & Lyles, 2020). In the study, which involved 192 business schools around the world,
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Provides essential information as to why this is so. AACSB requires a global component to be included in the curriculum, but the ways in which it is implemented are wide-ranging, leading to wide variations and gaps in IB development across schools. For example, IB can be taught in specific IB courses (ie general IB courses or specialist IB courses) or by adding IB content to existing practical courses (ie management or marketing courses with some IB coverage on them). It is in this latter way that much of the growth of IB in schools has occurred. Importantly, the survey found that the more independent IB courses a school offers, the more IB knowledge students gain during the program. On the other hand, the number of courses in which IB was added to existing courses did not have a significant impact on students’ knowledge of IB at graduation. This is possible in part because the practical teaching of the faculty can vary internationally. Similarly, there is a long debate about whether the IB should be a separate course or whether the adjective “international” should simply be included in the functional areas of business (eg international marketing, international accounting, etc. .). Relatedly, this decision often indicates a need for IB departments or that IB faculty can be attached to functional departments. The survey shows four ways in which IB faculty can be organised: in workplace departments not identified as IB faculty (49 per cent of schools), in workplace departments identified as IB students (16%), in a structured matrix containing the faculty. local chapters that operate but are also part of an IB institute/institute (19%), and independent IB chapters (16%). With almost half of schools taking the first route, this discourages academics from moving into the IB sector, as there are plenty of academic jobs available in active business environments. For those entering and settling into an active department, there is another barrier to publishing IB work, as international research is time-consuming and difficult, and IB colleagues may not like these challenges. It can also be difficult to publish international research in top-level journals. The study considered the proportion of international open academic work published in 20 academic journals. Regarding the debate on whether IB should be considered an independent field of study and teaching the i
), the top journal of the IB, is considered a flagship journal. A sample survey shows that 69% of schools worldwide think so
The most popular magazine, and this figure is 62% in the United States and Canada. This creates a new barrier to completing the IB, especially if not all universities accept it
As a top-ranked journal despite its low Manuscript Acceptance Rate, very high Impact Factor, both FT50 and UT Dallas 24 journal rankings, and a four-star ABS ranking.
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As this research shows, the IB field may be fragile and hinder its future growth if it cannot convincingly demonstrate what makes it unique, important and relevant. This article builds on previous work that has focused on defining the background and role of IB (e.g., Littrell & Rottig, 2013; Rottig & Mezias, 2017a) and developing broader validity and relevance in the field (e.g. et al., Rottig & Mezias, 2017b). designed to help solve this problem by creating a simple yet powerful framework that demonstrates the value of IB as a field.
What makes the field of IB unique and important? The three of IB: context, communication and complexity. The context shows how important it is to consider companies in their environment and not in a vacuum. Connectivity looks at how the industry connects disciplines, nations and levels of analysis. Complexity refers to the way a field is organized into its environment. We apply this framework to a multinational enterprise (MNE) to illustrate the richness of our field. We then discuss the impact of the 3C framework on various key stakeholders and decide on future areas of work.
IB is unique in its focus on context, communication and complexity. We discuss each of these interrelated factors below and summarize them in the 3C framework shown in Figure 1. In addition, Table 1 provides examples of how each of these factors relates to IB researchers, educators, practitioners, and policy making. This helps demonstrate how the framework can serve as an important teaching tool.
This section briefly introduces each of the 3Cs, and the next section develops them further by applying the framework to an MNC.
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It enables work that connects and connects disciplines, countries and levels of analysis (eg with a selection of AIB journals:
It provides a ‘bridge’ for IB policy makers to better link their work between public policy and business and across borders.
With feelings of anti-globalization, nationalism, and isolationism rising around the world, IB is critical to government-business collaboration, public-private partnerships, and global prosperity in an increasingly complex world.
(cf. Foss & Pedersen, 2019). Firms are linked to context because firms do not operate in a vacuum or in isolation. The field constantly explores context through formal and informal institutional structures, cultural structures, and situational changes that change over time. Some lines of business may see it as secondary, while IB sees it as central. Indeed, IB is unique in that it introduces context as an important part of research
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Examining companies in one context often yields narrow results that cannot be generalized to all contexts. IB enables a broad perspective that transcends borders and other fields. IB is also involved in what is happening in the world today. It tries to explore larger questions rather than focusing on incremental work (eg Buckley, 2020). In addition, IB has the advantage of being an established industry. If you understand that the interaction between context and business is important, you have to look at it systematically. IB works e.g
This point cannot be overemphasized, as the suggestion that IB can be linked to other business sectors or departments will certainly lead to less attention being given to context as a key element in research, teaching and practice. Based on the importance of context, IB students are well suited to study and train future business leaders and decision makers in the nuances of context and to help them develop a global mindset that understands differences and is more open to the world. business and financial opportunities (cf. Kwok et al., 2020).
Connection refers to how IB connects different disciplines, nations and levels of analysis (cf. Eden, 2008). It also dynamically correlates each of these factors and looks at changes over time. First, IB
Or in different areas of nature, since contextual research must include social, economic, political, etc. factors. to take into account. IB helps to connect disciplines and researchers in business (eg international management, international marketing, international finance, international accounting, international supply chain management, etc.) as well as business and beyond.