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  • MESSAGE FROM THE 2022 STR DIVISION CHAIR Heather Berry, STR Division Chair George Washington University ( ) Do you remember when the main AOM event was the annual in-person August conference each year? It seems like ages ago, ...

  • MESSAGE FROM THE STR ASSISTANT PROGRAM CHAIR Deepak Somaya, STR Assistant Program Chair ( ) This year marks our return to an in-person Academy of Management conference, even as we are (barely) coming out of the ...

  • MESSAGE FROM THE STR PROGRAM CHAIR Marie Louise Mors ( ) It is with great excitement that I present to you some of the highlights of the STR program for the annual conference in Seattle. Like in the past two years, we will continue ...

  • Dear Colleagues, Join us for our next Entrepreneurship and Innovation Policy virtual research seminar. Register here or on our website . Supradeep Dutta (Rutgers) and Jenna Rodrigues (UConn) will present on June 29 ...

  • Dear colleagues, Please join us in an exciting panel on 'Digital globalization'. The world has fundamentally shaped by uncertainties and disruptions, such as global supply chain breakdown and coronavirus pandemic. But the patten of globalization ...

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  • Sharon Oster passing

    The STR Leadership is saddened to learn of the death of Professor Sharon Oster.  Sharon was an economist who was the first woman to gain tenure and the first female Dean at the Yale School of Management.  Her research focused on business strategy, non-profit organization management, microeconomic theory and the economics of regulation and antitrust policies.  She was the recipient of the 2018 STR Irwin Outstanding Educator Award for Excellence in MBA/Executive Education.  Many of Sharon’s students have shared stories about the influence of her teaching on their lives, decades after taking her course.  She also received several teaching awards from Yale, in addition to receiving the 2011 American Economic Association's Carolyn Shaw Bell Award for furthering the status of women in the economics profession.  Our thoughts are with her family.  

  • STR Upcoming Virtual Events in June, 2022

    Leading up to the annual August AOM conference, the STR Division has coordinated a number of virtual social hours.  These are open to all STR members – whether you are attending the AOM annual meeting or not (and please let us know if you are interested in hosting a virtual social hour in July around a theme you identify).  We also have an exciting debate scheduled for the end of June.  Please follow the links below to register for these events.

    June Virtual Social Hours:

    June 7:  Italian Virtual Social Hour, starting at 17:00 CET

    June 17:  Bulgarian Virtual Social Hour, starting at 16:00 CET

    June 21:  Job Market and Strategy Trends – Brazil, starting at 11am BRT

    June 21:  French Virtual Social Hour, starting at 14:00 CET

    June 22:  Scandinavian/Nordic Virtual Social Hour, starting at 16:00 CET

    June 23:  Iranian Virtual Social Hour, starting at 17:00 GMT  

    June 24:  Turkey Virtual Social Hour, starting at 3pm Turkish time (TRT, GMT+3)

    June 29: Baltics Virtual Social Hour, starting at 15:00 CET


    Friday, June 24, 2022: 

    STR Debate:  Do we need a new theory of the “international firm”? – June 24th starting at 12pm (noon) ET.

    Please join us for an exciting Oxford/Cambridge style debate will consider whether we need a new theory of the “international firm,” given all of the major changes in the world.  The “for” side include Peter Buckley (University of Leeds) and Alain Verbeke (University of Calgary) and the “against” side includes David Teece (University of California, Berkeley) and Jay Barney (University of Utah).  This debate is organized and moderated by Ilgaz Arikan (Kent State University).   

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