William (Bill) Newburry is Chair of the Department of International Business and the Ryder Eminent Scholar of Global Business at Florida International University. Dr. Newburry is also a Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB) and a Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow at the Nanyang Business School Center for Emerging Markets. His research focuses on how multinational corporations manage and relate to subsidiaries and other local stakeholders when they invest in foreign countries, with a particular emphasis on reputation issues.
Dr. Newburry is currently serving a five-year term (2019-2024) on the Academy of Management International Management Division Executive Committee. He is also the President of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE, 2020-2024) and served as the Local Host Chair for the 2022 AIB Meeting in Miami. He served as Chapter Chair of the Academy of International Business Latin America (AIB-LAC) Chapter (2012-2018), and previously chaired (2008-2009) the Global Strategy Interest Group of the Strategic Management Society after serving in multiple other Interest Group positions.
Bill was awarded a Silver Medal for his cumulative publications in the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) in 2019. He serves as Associate Editor of AIB Insights and Series Editor for Research in Global Strategic Management. He serves on the Senior Advisory Board of the Review of International Business and Strategy, and on the editorial review boards of the JIBS, Journal of World Business, Journal of Management Studies, Global Strategy Journal, Journal of International Management, Thunderbird International Business Review, and Cross Cultural and Strategic Management. Bill has published 45+ articles in top-tier journals, along with three books and another 20 chapters in edited books.
Before joining FIU, Dr. Newburry was employed at Rutgers Business School in the Department of Management and Global Business. He received his Ph.D. in 2000 from New York University’s Stern School of Business, with co-majors in the fields of international business and management. Prior to pursuing an academic career, he worked six years at McDonnell Douglas Corporation.
Reputation and other Stakeholder Perceptions of Global Firms; Emerging Market Multinationals; Managing International Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures