WMS research seminar: 'Publishing systematic reviews in top journals'
|Date||Friday 13 September 2019|
|Time||11am - 12pm|
|Location||S.G.02, University of Waikato, Hamilton|
|Presenter||Dr Eldrede Kahiya|
Waikato Management School will host a research seminar on the topic of ‘Publishing systematic reviews in top journals’ on Friday, 13 September, starting at 11am. All staff and students are welcome.
The guest speaker is Dr Eldrede Kahiya, a senior lecturer in international business and programme director for the Master of Global Management/Marketing at Victoria University of Wellington. Prior to joining academia, he worked in imports/exports operations and retail management.
The rapid expansion of academic literature and the rise of evidence-based management have magnified the importance of systematic reviews.
Systematic reviews organise, analyse and synthesise past research with a view to creating taxonomy, integrating findings, or developing frameworks and propositions.
While all researchers conduct literature reviews to inform their models, research questions, and hypotheses, the systematic approach (planning, searching, mapping, analysis, and synthesis) differs in its method and focus.
This seminar will discuss the cornerstones of systematic reviews (i.e. systematicity, rigour, and audit trail) against the backdrop of two recently published systematic reviews and two work-in-process papers.
The papers cover export barriers, entrepreneurial internationalisation from a small open economy, capabilities of early-rapidly internationalising firms, and informal cross border trade (as a substratum marketing system).
Dr Kahiya’s research is focused on export development and export promotion, spanning international business and international entrepreneurship. His interests encompass stage models of internationalisation, international new ventures/born globals, export barriers, and export performance.
Dr Kahiya has published in the International Business Review, the Journal of International Entrepreneurship, the European Business Review, and the Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, among others.
His current projects focus on the entrepreneurial internationalisation of firms from small open economies, and informal cross border trade. He is a member of the International Entrepreneurs (IE)’ research network, and serves as the IE Ambassador for the Australia-New Zealand region.
No RSVP required, just come along on the day.