AIB-MENA Conference 2010 Award Winners

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International Journal of Emerging Markets (Emerald Group Publishing) Best Overall Business Case Study

Golam, M. Khan (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman) & Darwish Al Moharby (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman), Entry of Foreign Operators and growing competition force a domestic telephone company to venture overseas: The Case of Saudi Telecom Company.

International Journal of Emerging Markets (Emerald Group Publishing) Best Overall Best Paper and AIB-MENA Best Paper: Finance, Economics & Accounting

Bruce Budd (Al Faisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), Investigating MENA Banks' efficiency performances using website traffic.

AIB-MENA Best Paper: Management, People, Knowledge & Organisations

Manjit Singh Sandhu (Business School, Monash University, Sunway Campus Malaysia) & See Kwong Goh; Wai Ling Poon (Business School Monash University Sunway Campus Malaysia, Malaysia), Organisational climate, trust and knowledge sharing: insights from selected multinational firms in Malaysia.

AIB-MENA Best Paper: International Business

Lilach Nachum (City University New York, Baruch College, U.S.A), But How Does Distance Affect FDI? And why does it Matter?

AIB-MENA Best Paper: Global Marketing Management & the Value Chain

Rajmohan Panneerselvam (Skyline University College, U.A.E) &  Sael Roshdi Nimer Sabha (Skyline University College, U.A.E), B2C e-commerce adoption possibilities in UAE: an empirical study on E-Readiness of consumers.

AIB-MENA Best Reviewer

Syed Tariq Anwar (West Texas A&M University, USA)

AIB-MENA Best Student Paper

Mariam Al Hallami (Zayed University, UAE), From idea to innovation: a case study of an R&D process from the UAE.

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