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Emac distinguished marketing scholar award 2023.

Els Gijsbrechts has won the EMAC Distinguished Marketing Scholar Award 2023. One of the highest honors that a marketing scholar can receive. The European Marketing Academy (EMAC) praises her for her innovative and leading research, substantial contributions to EMAC, and her exceptional service to the marketing community at large.

2023 ACR Fellow Award

At the Association for Consumer Research (ACR) conference held in Denver, Rik Pieters was awarded the 2023 ACR Fellow Award!

Rik has been appointed by the ACR Board of Directors as a new ACR Fellow. This is ACR's highest honor for scholarship. According to Rajiv Vaidyanathan, the executive director of ACR, this recognition was awarded to Rik for his ‘incredible contributions to our field’. As an ACR Fellow, Rik is now a lifetime member of ACR.

2022 AMA Global Marketing Best Conference Paper Award

At the AMA Global Marketing conference in Greece, Samuel Stäbler won the 2022 AMA Global Marketing Best Conference Paper Award for his work (together with Prachi Gala) on: “Breaking the News: How Does CEO Media Coverage Influence Consumer and Investor Evaluations?”

IJRM Best Paper Award 2022

At the EMAC conference, the finalists of the IJRM Best Paper Award 2022 have been announced. No less than 2 of the 5 finalist papers were from Tilburg (and former Tilburg) members:

  • Bies, Suzanne M.T.A., Bart J. Bronnenberg, Els Gijsbrechts (2021) for their publication: How push messaging impacts consumer spending and reward redemption in store-loyalty programs. International Journal of Research in Marketing 38 (4), 877-899.
  • van Ewijk, Bernadette J., Astrid Stubbe, Els Gijsbrechts, Marnik G. Dekimpe (2021) for their publication: Online display advertising for CPG brands: (When) does it work? International Journal of Research in Marketing 38 (2), 271- 289.

2021 NWO Open Competition grant

Bart Bronnenberg has been awarded one of the 2021 Open Competition grants from the NWO for his project: “Getting consumers to switch to sustainable and healthier food.”

2021 Robert D. Buzzell MSI Best Paper Award

Bart Bronnenberg was one of the 4 finalists for the 2021 Robert D. Buzzell MSI Best Paper Award with his paper on “Consumer Misinformation and the Brand Premium: A Private Label Blind Taste Test” (co-authored with Jean-Pierre Dubé from Chicago Booth and Robert Sanders from the University of California in San Diego).

2021 Emerging Scholar Award AMA Retail and Pricing SIG

The 2020 publication at the Journal of Marketing Research by our former Ph.D. candidate Kristopher Keller (currently working at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill), together with his two advisors, Inge Geyskens and Marnik Dekimp e on: “Opening the Umbrella: The Effects of Rebranding Multiple Category-Specific Private-Label Brands to One Umbrella Brand” has received the 2021 Emerging Scholar Award from the AMA’s Retail and Pricing SIG. 

The award acknowledges emerging scholars (who received Ph.D. no more than 6 years prior) who have made significant contributions to research in Retailing and/or Pricing.

2021 AMA-MRSIG Don Lehmann Award

The dissertation-based article of our former Ph.D. Kristopher Keller (currently an Assistant Professor at The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill) together with his two advisors, Inge Geyskens and Marnik Dekimpe on Keller,  has been a finalist for the 2021 AMA-MRSIG Don Lehmann Award. Kristopher O., Inge Geyskens, and Marnik G. Dekimpe (2020), “Opening the Umbrella: The Effects of Rebranding Multiple Category-Specific Private-Label Brands to One Umbrella Brand,” Journal of Marketing Research, 57 (4), 677-94.

This award recognizes the best dissertation-based article published in the Journal of Marketing or Journal of Marketing Research. [ MRSIG Lehmann Award | American Marketing Association (ama.org) ]

2021 AMA-MSI Root Award

Samuel Stäbler has been a runner-up for the prestigious AMA-MSI-Root Award for his 2020 Journal of Marketing publication (co-authored by Marc Fischer from the University of Cologne) entitled: “When Does Corporate Social Irresponsibility Become News? Evidence from More Than 1,000 Brand Transgressions Across Five Countries”.

The AMA-MSI-Root Award recognizes the 2020 Journal of Marketing article judged to make the most significant contribution to the advancement of the practice of marketing. More information about the award and the winners/finalists can be found through the following link: https://www.ama.org/listings/2021/04/21/ama-msi-root-award-winners/?mc_cid=fc916ea8fb&mc_eid=853af9a16a

Overall Best Conference Paper Award and Best Paper Award in the Marketing Strategy

At the (virtual) Atlantic Marketing Association conference, Samuel Stäbler received the Best Paper Award in the Marketing Strategy track and, even more impressive, he was the recipient of the Overall Best Conference Paper Award for his paper presented on: “Breaking the News: How does CEO Media Coverage Influence Consumers and Shareholder Perceptions?” (study co-authored with Prachi Gala from Elon University).

AMA Marketing Research SIG’s 2020 Lehmann award

Samuel Stäbler has been one of the finalists for the AMA Marketing Research SIG’s 2020 Lehmann award for his recent publication: Stäbler, S., & Fischer, M. (2020). When Does Corporate Social Irresponsibility Become News? Evidence from More Than 1,000 Brand Transgressions Across Five Countries. Journal of Marketing, 84(3), 46–67.

The Lehmann Award, established in 1997 in honor of Prof. Donald R. Lehmann at Columbia University, recognizes the Best Dissertation-based Article published in the Journal of Marketing or Journal of Marketing Research. This annual award is nominated by the academic community members and voted on by the Marketing Research SIG Awards Committee. This year’s committee received a number of excellent nominations, resulting in a tough competitive pool. The winners and runners-up will be recognized at the 2020 Summer AMA Conference, which will be virtual this year. More information on the award as well as on other finalists and winners can be found on this link:  https://www.ama.org/listings/2020/06/24/mr-sig-lehmann-award-4/

Long Term Impact Award INFORMS Society

Bart Bronnenberg has been awarded the Long Term Impact Award from the INFORMS Society for his impactful 2010 publication in Marketing Science: Kim, Jun B., Paulo Albuquerque, and Bart J. Bronnenberg (2010), “Online Demand under Limited Consumer Search,” Marketing Science, 29:6 (November-December), 1001-1023.

The INFORMS Society for Marketing Science Long Term Impact Award (LTI Award) is given annually to a marketing paper published in Marketing Science or Management Science, or another INFORMS journal that has made a significant long-run impact on the field of Marketing.

Appointment Academic Fellow Marketing Science Institute (MSI) Boston

Bart Bronnenberg has been appointed as an Academic Fellow at the prestigious Marketing Science Institute (MSI) in Boston, the highest honor at this institute.

Academic Fellows serve as advisors to MSI’s research efforts and represent the academic community to MSI’s business constituency. Their role is designed to help identify the elite academic experts in each of the core research domains and methodologies to ensure that MSI research funding, publications, and content decisions are optimally informed.

Finalist for the 2020 AMS Mary Kay Dissertation Proposal Award

The dissertation proposal submitted by our Ph.D. Nick Bombaij titled “When do loyalty programs work?” has been selected as one of three finalists for the 2020 AMS Mary Kay Dissertation Proposal Award.

Nick is still running for the final award, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all finalist presentations and defense during the 2020 AMS Annual Conference have been postponed till December.

2019 GAMMA / KSMS dissertation competition award

Samuel Stäbler won the 2019 GAMMA / KSMS dissertation competition award from the Global Alliance of Marketing and Management Associations and the Korean Society for Marketing Scholars.

Amélia de Mello Foundation Visiting Chair of Marketing

Rik Pieters has been awarded the prestigious “Amélia de Mello Foundation Visiting Chair of Marketing” by the Catolica University of Lisbon.

EMAC Best Paper Award based on Doctoral Work at the EMAC Annual Conference

Ph.D. candidate Astrid Stubbe received the Award for the Best Paper of the Conference based on a Doctoral Work during the 48th annual EMAC conference in Hamburg.

Her paper, co-authored with her advisors Marnik Dekimpe and Els Gijsbrechts , is titled: “Online Display Advertising for CPG Brands: (When) Does it Work?”

IMU Research for Practise Award 2019

Former Tilburg Marketing Ph.D.  Kristopher Keller (currently Assistant Professor at UNC in Chapel Hill, North Carolina) has been the winner of the Research for Practice Dissertation Award 2019  for his dissertation “Private labels: The brands of the future,” supervised by Inge Geyskens and Marnik Dekimpe .

The prize is awarded by the Institute for Market-Oriented Management (IMU) at the University of Mannheim (Germany) in collaboration with an industry sponsor. The IMU is a forum for dialogue between academia and practice and it intends to foster research and generate scientific findings relevant for market-oriented management. It aims to honor scientifically and methodically excellent marketing, sales, and market-oriented management dissertations which derive highly relevant managerial implications.

MSI Young Scholar (class of 2019)

Hannes Datta has been selected as one of the MSI young scholars for the 2019 program. Every year, the Marketing Science Institute (MSI) selects promising young marketing scholars that are approximately 3-6 years out from receipt of their Ph.D. (graduation years 2012-2015) to be part of the MSI’s Young Scholars program. They are recognized as the ‘potential leaders of the “next generation” of marketing academics’.

2019 CBSIG Consumer Behavior Research in Practice Award

The 2017 JCR paper by Rik Pieters together with Femke van Horen (a former Tilburg marketing Ph.D.): “Out-of-category Brand imitation: product categorization determines copycat evaluation,” has been selected as the winner of the 2019 CBSIG Consumer Behavior Research in Practice Award. 

This AMA Consumer Behavior SIG (CBSIG) recognizes a scholarly research article that contributes significantly to marketing practice. The 2019 award is based on articles that appeared in a refereed journal, including but not limited to the Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, and Journal of Consumer Psychology, in the calendar year 2017.

Honorary doctorate Faculty of Business Administration of the University of Hamburg

Prof. dr. Marnik Dekimpe has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the Faculty of Business Administration of the University of Hamburg.

With this award, the University of Hamburg would like to honor his outstanding research as well as his great contributions to the scientific community. The ceremony will take place on 24 October 2018.

2017 MSI / H. Paul Root Award

Hannes Datta has won the 2017 MSI / H. Paul Root Award for his paper published in the Journal of Marketing in May 2017: “How Well Does Consumer-Based Brand Equity Align with Sales-Based Brand Equity and Marketing-Mix Response?” (co-authored with Kusum Ailawadi and Harald van Heerde).

The award is given by members of the Journal of Marketing editorial review board to a paper that has made a significant contribution to the advancement of the practice of marketing and is co-sponsored by the American Marketing Association and the Marketing Science Institute.

Dutch Marketing Thesis Award 2018

Alumna Manon Struijs has won the prestigious Dutch Marketing Thesis Award (DMTA) with her thesis entitled “Has Choice Overload Retired? The Brand-Level Sales Effects of Sub-Brand and SKU Proliferation”.

2017 IJRM-EMAC Steenkamp Long-Term Impact Award

J orna Leenheer has been the winner of the 2017 Steenkamp Long-Term Impact Award for her dissertation paper published in the International Journal of Research in Marketing in 2007: “Do loyalty programs really enhance behavioral loyalty? An empirical analysis accounting for self-selecting members.” (co-authored with Harald van Heerde, Tammo Bijmolt, and Ale Smidts). Jorna wrote this paper when she was a Ph.D. in Tilburg.

AMA Marketing Strategy SIG 2017 Mahajan Award

Marnik Dekimpe has won the AMA Marketing Strategy SIG 2017 Mahajan Award for Lifetime Contributions to Marketing Strategy Research.

A three-member panel of past winners and/or editors of the Journal of Marketing and Journal of Marketing Research found Prof. Dekimpe’s research accomplishments to be highly remarkable and deserving of this year’s award.

JCR 2016 Best Article Award

The JCR Policy Board selected Rik Pieters as the winner of the prestigious JCR 2016 Best Article Award for his single-authored study: "Bidirectional Dynamics of Materialism and Loneliness: Not Just a Vicious Cycle" (published in the Journal of Consumer Research in 2013).

Sheth Foundation ISMS Doctoral Dissertation Award for Emerging Markets Research

Ph.D. Candidate Bernadette van Ewijk has been awarded the Sheth Foundation ISMS Doctoral Dissertation Award for Emerging Markets Research for her Ph.D. proposal: “Purchase Behavior of Consumers in Emerging Markets.” (advisors: Els Gijsbrechts and Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp)

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Menlo Supports Best Thesis Award for Tilburg University’s Supply Chain Management Masters Course

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Menlo recently took part in judging and presenting the Award for the “Menlo Best Thesis”, written by graduate students as part of their course, to Lotte Diepenmaat for her paper entitled, ‘Make Sustainable Sourcing Part of a Buyer’s DNA’.

The awards jury, under the direction of Professor Vos, judged Lotte’s thesis as the winner.  “The student formulated a well-defined research question based on the academic literature. Her thesis contains a highly-critical analysis of the literature. The benchmark study was carried out in a structured way and presented clearly. The thesis provided an extremely useful tool for application in practice and the client (a European-wide producer of consumer goods) has already implemented a number of aspects.

In presenting the award to Lotte, Jeroen Tempels Menlo’s General Manager, Central Europe commented, “We intend our sponsorship of this best thesis award to benefit a generation of talented students and reward excellence in their course work.  Central to Menlo’s business philosophy is the concept of continuous improvement and we believe our investment in academic research and education at two major universities in the USA, as well as Tilburg and others around the world is in keeping with this philosophy.  Menlo will continue to recognize and reward outstanding performance wherever it is encountered within the logistics field”.

Placed second in the award standings was Rutger Soffers, whose topic was ‘Towards modular residential care’ and third place went to Sanne Jansen, who produced a thesis entitled ‘Information sharing to reduce supplier’s delivery times’.  

About Menlo Worldwide Logistics Europe  

In Europe Menlo Worldwide Logistics maintains seventeen dedicated and multi-client logistics  and transportation control towers located in the Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and the United Kingdom. This warehouse and transportation network can serve as a pan-European distribution solution using one or several facilities.

3PL warehousing and distribution services, as well as 4PL supply chain and LLP transport management solutions are offered to a variety of vertical industry sectors including: fashion & apparel; healthcare and medical equipment; hi-tech electronic and data network equipment; automotive & heavy industry; defence and government services and retail e-fulfilment.

The European headquarters is located at the multi-client Amsterdam Distribution Center in the Netherlands.

About Menlo Worldwide Logistics

Menlo Worldwide Logistics, LLC, is a US$1.6 billion global provider of logistics, transportation management and supply chain services with operations in five continents, including North America. As a third-party logistics provider, San Mateo, Calif.-based Menlo Worldwide Logistics’ services range from dedicated contract logistics to warehouse and distribution management, transportation management, supply chain reengineering and other value-added services including packaging, kitting, order fulfillment and light assembly through a strategic network of multi-client and dedicated facilities. With more than 17 million square feet of dedicated warehouse space in North America, the Asia Pacific, Europe and Latin America, and industry-leading technologies, Menlo Worldwide Logistics creates effective, integrated solutions for the transportation and distribution needs of leading businesses around the world.

Menlo Worldwide Logistics, LLC, is a subsidiary of Con-way Inc. (NYSE: CNW), a $5.3 billion diversified freight transportation and logistics company. For more information, please visit us on the Web at www.con-way.com .

Follow Menlo Worldwide Logistics on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ MenloLogistics 

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Menlo Supports Best Thesis Award for Tilburg University’s Supply Chain Management Masters Course

Menlo Worldwide Logistics (Menlo), the global logistics subsidiary of Con-way Inc. (NYSE: CNW), is committed to the academic advancement of supply chain and logistics management; the Company is an advocate of professional training in the field throughout the world and invests in education.  Its on-going support of the Supply Chain Management Masters Degree programme at Tilburg University, the Netherlands is testimony to this commitment.  The award is designed to inspire students to excel in this area of study.   Menlo recently took part in judging and presenting the Award for the “Menlo Best Thesis”, written by graduate students as part of their course, to Lotte Diepenmaat for her paper entitled, ‚Make Sustainable Sourcing Part of a Buyer’s DNA‘.     The awards jury, under the direction of Professor Vos, judged Lotte’s thesis as the winner.  "The student formulated a well-defined research question based on the academic literature. Her thesis contains a highly-critical analysis of the literature. The benchmark study was carried out in a structured way and presented clearly. The thesis provided an extremely useful tool for application in practice and the client (a European-wide producer of consumer goods) has already implemented a number of aspects.    In presenting the award to Lotte, Jeroen Tempels Menlo’s General Manager, Central Europe commented, “We intend our sponsorship of this best thesis award to benefit a generation of talented students and reward excellence in their course work.  Central to Menlo’s business philosophy is the concept of continuous improvement and we believe our investment in academic research and education at two major universities in the USA, as well as Tilburg and others around the world is in keeping with this philosophy.  Menlo will continue to recognize and reward outstanding performance wherever it is encountered within the logistics field”.   Placed second in the award standings was Rutger Soffers, whose topic was ‚Towards modular residential care‘ and third place went to Sanne Jansen, who produced a thesis entitled ‚Information sharing to reduce supplier’s delivery times‘. Source: Con-Way  

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Menlo supports best thesis award for tilburg university’s supply chain management masters course.

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Menlo Worldwide Logistics (Menlo), the global logistics subsidiary of Con-way Inc. (NYSE: CNW), is committed to the academic advancement of supply chain and logistics management; the Company is an advocate of professional training in the field throughout the world and invests in education.  Its on-going support of the Supply Chain Management Masters Degree programme at Tilburg University, the Netherlands is testimony to this commitment.  The award is designed to inspire students to excel in this area of study.

Menlo recently took part in judging and presenting the Award for the “Menlo Best Thesis”, written by graduate students as part of their course, to Lotte Diepenmaat for her paper entitled, ‘Make Sustainable Sourcing Part of a Buyer’s DNA’.

The awards jury, under the direction of Professor Vos, judged Lotte’s thesis as the winner.  “The student formulated a well-defined research question based on the academic literature. Her thesis contains a highly-critical analysis of the literature. The benchmark study was carried out in a structured way and presented clearly. The thesis provided an extremely useful tool for application in practice and the client (a European-wide producer of consumer goods) has already implemented a number of aspects.

In presenting the award to Lotte, Jeroen Tempels Menlo’s General Manager, Central Europe commented, “We intend our sponsorship of this best thesis award to benefit a generation of talented students and reward excellence in their course work.  Central to Menlo’s business philosophy is the concept of continuous improvement and we believe our investment in academic research and education at two major universities in the USA, as well as Tilburg and others around the world is in keeping with this philosophy.  Menlo will continue to recognize and reward outstanding performance wherever it is encountered within the logistics field”.

Placed second in the award standings was Rutger Soffers, whose topic was ‘Towards modular residential care’ and third place went to Sanne Jansen, who produced a thesis entitled ‘Information sharing to reduce supplier’s delivery times’.

About Menlo Worldwide Logistics Europe

In Europe Menlo Worldwide Logistics maintains seventeen dedicated and multi-client logistics  and transportation control towers located in the Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and the United Kingdom. This warehouse and transportation network can serve as a pan-European distribution solution using one or several facilities.

3PL warehousing and distribution services, as well as 4PL supply chain and LLP transport management solutions are offered to a variety of vertical industry sectors including: fashion & apparel; healthcare and medical equipment; hi-tech electronic and data network equipment; automotive & heavy industry; defence and government services and retail e-fulfilment.

The European headquarters is located at the multi-client Amsterdam Distribution Center in the Netherlands.

About Menlo Worldwide Logistics

Menlo Worldwide Logistics, LLC, is a US$1.6 billion global provider of logistics, transportation management and supply chain services with operations in five continents, including North America. As a third-party logistics provider, San Mateo, Calif.-based Menlo Worldwide Logistics’ services range from dedicated contract logistics to warehouse and distribution management, transportation management, supply chain reengineering and other value-added services including packaging, kitting, order fulfillment and light assembly through a strategic network of multi-client and dedicated facilities. With more than 17 million square feet of dedicated warehouse space in North America, the Asia Pacific, Europe and Latin America, and industry-leading technologies, Menlo Worldwide Logistics creates effective, integrated solutions for the transportation and distribution needs of leading businesses around the world.

Menlo Worldwide Logistics, LLC, is a subsidiary of Con-way Inc. (NYSE: CNW), a $5.3 billion diversified freight transportation and logistics company. For more information, please visit us on the Web at www.con-way.com .

Follow Menlo Worldwide Logistics on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MenloLogistics

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EIBA Best Doctoral Thesis Proposal in International Business Award

The most promising thesis proposal presented at the John H. Dunning Doctoral Tutorial in International Business (JHD-DT) – a doctoral event held each year prior to the start of the EIBA Annual Conference – is awarded the EIBA Best Doctoral Thesis Proposal in International Business Award consisting of a certificate and a €1,000 money prize. (Winners are announced at the EIBA Annual Conference award ceremony.)

NOTE: To be eligible for this prize, papers must be duly submitted, accepted, and presented at the JHD-DT by registered participants of the EIBA Annual Conference.

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2022 Laurenz TINHOF (WU Vienna, Austria) Foreign Direct Investment Location Choice: A Matching Perspective.

2021 Michael WOLFESBERGER (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) Configuring and Restructuring the Foreign Investment Portfolio.

2020 Rico KREMER (University of Erfurt, Germany) The effect of Geographical Distance on Multinational Downsizing Decisions: A Socio Cognitive Perspective.

2019 Michael Juergen MULLER (Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands) Strangers in a Strange Land: Essays on Migration in Management.

2018 Johannes KLEINHEMPEL (University of Groningen, Netherlands) Essays in Comparative Entrepreneurship Research.

2017 Florian KLEIN (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) Institutional Dynamism in International Business: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Firm Strategies .

2016 Renate KRATOCHVIL (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) Managers in MNCs Receiving Knowledge from Geographically Distant Individuals: The Moderating Effects of Cognitive, Social and Organizational Proximity.

2015 Rilana RIIKKINEN (Aalto University School of Business, Finland) What Drives Sustainability in Multinational Corporations? An Examination of the Purchasing Function .

2014 Ziad ELSAHN (University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand) Making Sense of Foreign Direct Investment: Towards a Process Model of MNE Decision-Making.

2013 Liudmyla SVYSTUNOVA (Bath University, UK) Managing institutional complexity in global professional service firms: Subsidiary responses to conflicting institutional logic.

2012 Wolfgang GLEICH (Universität Augsburg, Germany) Retaliatory Foothold Expansion in Attackers Home Markets.

2011 Sebastian Schrapp (Georg August University, Göttingen, Germany) R&D Spending during the Financial Crisis: The Impact of Country-Specific Mechanisms and Financial Incentives.

2010 Andreja BANDELJ (Bocconi University, Italy) Should Banks Be Diversified Geographically? Evidence From Europe.

2009 Alessandra PERRI (LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy) Firm-Level Heterogeneity and FDI-Mediated Knowledge Spillovers: Some Insights on the Role of MNCs’ and Subsidiaries’ Characteristics. & Harun Emre YILDIZ (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden) Fostering Successful Transfer of Organisational Practices in Cross Border M&As.

2008 Pooja THAKUR (Rutgers University, USA) Externalisation of Core Activities and their Geographical Coverage: In-House versus Offshoring versus Outsourcing of Clinical Trials.

2007 Sergey FILIPPOV (University of Maastricht, Netherlands) Multinational Subsidiary Evolution & Regional Economic Integration. & Nikolaos PAPAGEORGIADIS (Leeds University, UK) The Effect of International Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Enforcement on International Business: The Case of Licensing.

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2003 Chelsea FREER (Monash University, USA) Before and After the Ink Dries! The Implications of Resources, Structure and Relations on Alliance Outcomes. & Sabina TACHEVA (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) Process Implications of International Top Management Teams.

2002 Arjen SLANGEN (Tilburg University, Netherlands) Cultural Distance and Foreign Direct Investment: The Impact of National Cultural Differences on Entry Mode Choice and Subsidiary Performance.

2001 Rekha KRISHNAN (Tilburg University, Netherlands) International Alliance Outcomes: The Moderating Effect of Process.

2000 Olivier IRRMANN (University of Vaasa, Finland) International negotiations in cross-border acquisitions: an analysis of intercultural communication during the post-acquisition integration process.

1999 Jan Hendrik FISCH (Hohenheim University, Germany) International Distribution of R&D in Multinational Corporations.

1998 Elvira HAEZENDONCK (University of Antwerp-RUCA, Belgium) The International Competitiveness of Maritime Industrial Development Area (MIDA) based Clusters. & Jeffrey E. JOHNSON (University of Strathclyde, UK) Firm-Specific Determinants of Success for Small Global Start-ups: A Performance Study of US & UK Firms.

1997 Andreas GAST (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Role of Corporate Headquarters and Cooperation among Subsidiaries during Global Product Launches.

1996 Odile JANNE ( University of Reading, UK) The Geographical Spread of Corporate Technological Activity in Europe. & Georgine KRYDA (University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA) Modeling the Bargaining Game between Multinational Firms and Britain’s Monopolies and Mergers Commission.

1995 Tomaso PEREZ (University of Ancona, Italy) Multinational Enterprises and Technological Spill-overs. & Omar TOULAN (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Market Liberalization, Competitive Behaviour and the Internationalization Strategies of Firms: The Case of Argentina.

1994 Anne-Wil HARZING (University of Maastricht, Netherlands) Organizational Bumble-Bees: International Transfers as a Control Mechanism in Multinational Companies.

1993 Thomas PUETZ (University of Strasbourg, France) Decision Processes in Research and Technology Management: A Comparative Study between France and Germany.

1992 Monika WEBER-FAHR (University of Trier, Germany) Segmentation of European Labour Markets : A Consequence of Multinational Firms’ Investment?

1991 David PARKINSON (Wharton School, UK) Innovation Processes and International Competition: A Comparative Study of the US and Japan Machine Tool Industry. & Dorothee FEILS (University of South Carolina, USA) Shareholder Wealth Effects of International Mergers and Acquisitions.

1990 Jeannette CAPEL (Tinbergen Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands) Exchange Rates and Foreign Direct Investments. & Ivo ZANDER (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden) Technology and Technological Change in Swedish Firms: 1965-1990.

1989 Karin FLADMOE-LINDQUIST (University of Minnesota, USA) Ownership and Control Patterns of International Service Companies.

1988 Jorma LARIMO (University of Vaasa, Finland) The Impact of Firm’s Characteristics and Strategy on Foreign Direct Investment Decision Behaviour and Performance. & Christine WEISFELDER (University of Michigan, USA) When Do Taxes Matter? An Empirical Analysis of Taxation of Foreign Source Income and Corporate Competition in Foreign Markets.

1987 Andreas ZIELKE (University of Dortmund, Germany) Success Factors of International Ventures – The German Experience in the US.

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First Call for AMTA Best Thesis Award Submissions

To be presented at AMTA 2024, a three-day event under the auspices of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas

Monday, 30 Sept 2024 through Wednesday, 2 Oct 2024

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Chicago, Illinois, USA 

The Board of Directors of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas is pleased to announce the first call submissions for the first edition of the AMTA Best Thesis Award, which will be presented at AMTA 2024, the 16th biennial AMTA conference, a three-day hybrid event to be held from Monday, 30 September 2024 through Wednesday, 2 October 2024 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

The AMTA Best Thesis Award aims to highlight the achievements of a recent PhD graduate whose thesis has focused on a topic or topics related to machine translation. Submissions will be evaluated on three primary dimensions: relevance (to the area of machine translation), impact (of the thesis and student’s related published works in the field), and difficulty of the challenge addressed in the thesis. The submissions will be reviewed by a committee of experts and the winner confirmed by the AMTA Board. We invite students to nominate themselves for consideration and encourage faculty to share this call with eligible and interested students.

Eligibility and Requirements

Completed a PhD dissertation/thesis on or after June 1st, 2023 and before June 1st, 2024 on a relevant topic (see below) at an institution in the Americas

Have not previously won an international award for the thesis

  • If the winning student goes on to publish their thesis, the published version must carry the note that it received this award from AMTA. The submitter also gives AMTA the right to publicize the granting of the award.

Scope and Topics

The topic of the thesis should be related to machine translation, but this can take many forms, including but not limited to: technical advancements in machine translation, research into the use of machine translation, and commercial or other aspects of machine translation.

Possible areas include:

  • Machine translation or computer-aided translation technologies, methods, software, or resources
  • Work on less-resourced languages, including topics related to corpora or less compute-intensive approaches
  • Use of machine translation in professional environments, such as by translators, translation agencies, localisation, etc.
  • Use and impact of machine translation more broadly, e.g., by non-professionals
  • Speech translation, sign language translation, or other multimodal or non-text translation
  • Evaluation of machine translation
  • The incorporation of machine translation into other technologies, or interactions between machine translation and other language technologies
  • … and more!
  • $1000 USD prize
  • Invitation to present dissertation work at the 2024 AMTA Conference as an invited talk
  • Summary of the dissertation included in the 2024 AMTA proceedings
  • Free 2024 AMTA Conference registration
  • Free AMTA membership for the upcoming membership period

Important dates  

Note: all deadlines are 23:59 Anywhere on Earth (UTC-12)

  • Submission deadline: 6 June 2024
  • Notification of award: 31 July 2024
  • Final “camera-ready” short description for winning submission: 16 August 2024

Submission Instructions

A link to the submission site and full instructions for submitting your thesis will be provided here as soon as they become available. The submission will include:

  • A 2-page summary of the thesis (summary written in English)
  • Student name and contact details
  • Name and contact details of student’s supervisor(s) or dissertation/thesis advisor(s)
  • Date of thesis completion (according to your institution’s definition; if your university has several dates that may constitute thesis completion and they fall on different sides of the deadline you may select one, noting that any thesis is only eligible for submission to the AMTA Thesis Prize once ; i.e., it cannot be submitted for consideration in two different years’ competitions); thesis must be the final version (e.g., signed off by thesis advisor/committee, successfully defended, submitted to library, etc.) and not a draft version of the thesis
  • A copy of student’s CV (two pages maximum, in English)
  • A complete list of publications directly related to the thesis (preferably with links)
  • An electronic copy of the thesis (the thesis is not required to be in English)
  • Optional: an appendix with any other relevant information on the thesis

Publication and recording

The proceedings, which will include all papers and presentations given at the conference, will be published on the ACL Anthology website. A brief summary of the winning thesis will be included in the proceedings.

Submission of a proposal will be understood by the Organizing Committee as the author’s tacit permission for AMTA to create an audio and video recording of the presentation and make it available to conference attendees and, through archiving on the association’s website, to members of AMTA.

Please direct any questions you may have to [email protected] .

We look forward to receiving your submission!

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As we already noted – in the 1800s expediency of slavery was disputed. While industrial North almost abandoned bondage, by the early 19th century, slavery was almost exclusively confined to the South, home to more than 90 percent of American blacks (Barney W., p. 61). Agrarian South needed free labor force in order to stimulate economic growth. In particular, whites exploited blacks in textile production. This conditioned the differences in economic and social development of the North and South, and opposing viewpoints on the social structure. “Northerners now saw slavery as a barbaric relic from the past, a barrier to secular and Christian progress that contradicted the ideals of the Declaration of Independence and degraded the free-labor aspirations of Northern society” (Barney W., p. 63).

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The Civil War was caused by many several pressures, principles, and prejudices, fueled by sectional differences, and was finally set into motion by a most unlikely set of political events. From economic differences to political differences all the way up to cultural differences, the North and the South opposed each other. These tensions were further increased after the western expansion of the United States. By the early 1850’s a civil war was known to be likely coming soon.

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The little children are freezing to death. My people, some of them, have run away to the hills, and have no blankets, no food. No one knows where they are -- perhaps freezing to death. I want to have time to look for my children, and see how many of them I can find. Maybe I shall find them among the dead. Hear me, my chiefs! I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands I will fight no more forever."

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In 1861, the American Civil War commenced after many years of tension building between the Northern and Southern states. The main reason of the tension was said to be the debate of slavery between the North and South, and although some documents support this claim, it is false. The war had been brewing since 1607, before slavery was even introduced to the colonies that would become the United States of America. The debate of slavery did play a major part in the civil war; however it did so in supporting the true cause of the civil war. The main cause of the American Civil War was not the debate of slavery, but rather Europe’s role in the American economy.

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The American Civil War, which began in 1861 to 1865, has gone down in history as the one of the most significant events to have ever occurred in the United States of America, thus far. At that time, questions had arose wondering how the United States ever got so close to hitting rock bottom, especially being that it was a conflict within the country itself. Hostility steadily grew through the years dividing the nation further and further, and finally leading to the twelfth day in April 1861 in Fort Sumter, North Carolina. The American Civil War was an irrepressible battle and aside from the obvious physical effects of the war, the disagreement over states rights, the act of slavery, and the raising of tariffs played crucial roles in the

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Civil war, as a type of internal conflict within a country, presents a plethora of socio-political and humanitarian issues for examination. Essays could delve into the myriad causes of civil wars, such as political power struggles, ethnic tensions, economic disparities, and ideological divides. The discourse might extend to the examination of notable civil wars throughout history, exploring the dynamics, key actors, and international involvement in such conflicts. Discussions could also focus on the human cost of civil wars, including displacement, loss of life, and long-term psychological trauma. Moreover, essays could delve into the efforts towards conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and reconciliation in post-conflict societies. The broader implications of civil wars on state stability, regional security, and international law could also provide a rich framework for discussion, alongside the examination of the lessons learned from past civil wars in preventing future internal conflicts. We have collected a large number of free essay examples about Civil War you can find at PapersOwl Website. You can use our samples for inspiration to write your own essay, research paper, or just to explore a new topic for yourself.

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Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War is a documentary aired on history channel on TV. The movie was directed by David Padrusch in the year 2006. The documentary is segmented into various series that describe the history of the time of the civil war in America. During that time, there was a deadly conflict between various races represented in America. The southern part of America was experiencing angry rebellion from the people. The Aftershock documentary is mainly focused on broadcasting the […]

Civil War was the Westward

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The Minie Ball Shaped

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The Civil War was the Deadliest

The Civil War was the deadliest and most brutal war ever fought. How did everything stir up between the states in the first place? Southerners had an Agricultural economy and mainly focused on the way they lived their lives to make profit for their well being; this included slaves for more hands to get more work done in less time. On the opposite side of things the northerners had an Industrial economy and wanted to abolish slavery. The north and […]

Technologies of the Civil War

Technologies of the Civil War During the Civil War, many technological advances were created to defeat enemies. Several of the technologies that were created during the Civil War are used today and have become more and more advanced over the years. The Civil War was between northern and southern United States from 1861 to 1865. Northern states were known as the Union and the southern states were the Confederacy. The Confederacy wanted to become a separate nation because they believed […]

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One of the most Important Events

The Civil War is one of the most important events in the history of the United States of America. It had many important repercussions which went on to have a deep and long lasting impact on the nation. After four years of a cruel battle, from 1861-1865, between a divided nation of the North and South, more than 600,000 people were killed. These lives, however, were not given in vain. Had it not been for the American Civil War where […]

Many Causes of the Civil War

During the 1860s, the North and South of the United States had many disputes and conflicts. The South succeeded from the North, eventually leading to the civil war. The Civil War was the most destructive war ever fought in the western hemisphere and lasted from 1861 to 1865. The Civil War led to the end of the Confederacy and helped America to grow economically and socially as a nation. Today, America faces an issue with immigrants and their policies on […]

The Civil War was a War Fought

The Civil War was a war fought between the states. It was fought between the Union and the Confederate States of America. Civil War spies played a major part in how the Confederate (North) won the Civil War (History.com Editors). Spies let generals know when they should attack, where, and whether they should withdraw or not (Mark). The armies of America had been tracked by spies during the Civil War. The spies gathered information on them and in return would […]

Longstreet First Fought

James Longstreet was a government official, a U.S Army officer, and a famous lieutenant general in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He was one of Robert E. Lee's most trusted generals and known as "Lee's War Horse." James Longstreet was born on January 8, 1821, in Edgefield District, South Carolina to James and Mary Anne Dent Longstreet. He was the son of a prosperous farmer and mostly raised in Augusta, Georgia and Somerville, Alabama. While he was in […]

Role of Technology in the American Civil War

The American Civil War is the first real modern war in America. Most of the technology and weaponry used in the Civil War can be traced back to the Industrial Revolution era. The Industrial Revolution was a time of profound transformation that resulted in new manufacturing processes. It was a time of profound transformation that resulted in new manufacturing processes. By the mid-19th century, mass production industries have been developed mainly in the North, which led them to control a […]

The Civil War Ended

The Civil War ended up being a turning point for many women. Women were required to remain at home to cook, clean and take care of their families, while their spouses went to the front line. Even though, women were prohibited from battling in the war, regardless they had critical roles to satisfy. Various women went up against the roles of medical caretakers, spies, promoters of ladies' suffrage, a supporter of social equality, and so forth. But a few women […]

Moral Conflictions and Economic Debates

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The Civil War is Considered

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The Civil War Presented

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Americans Think of African-Americans

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The Civil War and Its Real Causes The Civil War of 1861-1865 has been a turning point in the history of the United States. The nation has risen to the opportunity of changing their lives for the better as it was full of oppression, slavery, and economic instability. However, writing an essay on The Civil War might not be that simple as there are some hidden causes to it that not everyone knows about. Slavery has only triggered the discussion about inequality in society, but the American Civil War was rather a product of the nation’s desire to simply exist. One may easily claim that when writing a research paper on the Civil War, slavery and economic scarcity should be defined as the pivotal causes of the Civil War. Nonetheless, if a person wants his or her writing to be perceived as a genuine persuasive essay, there is a need for mentioning the fact the United States could not have existed in the way it was before the war. The abundance of the essay examples that you can find on our website disclose the hidden truth that the outline of American history was almost written till the end when all of a sudden Abraham Lincoln was elected as a President. There is a lot of topics to talk about when writing a DBQ essay on The Civil War, but it is a rare occasion that an author would mention the fact The Civil War has become the period of nation’s formation. Indeed, there was no American nation when the country was divided into slaves and owners. As a matter of fact, any historiographical essay that you can find on our website makes a solid emphasis on the fact that the Civil War has helped the American nation to rise like a phoenix from the debris of inequality.

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THESIS STATEMENTS: Civil War Research Report

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The American Civil War – Beginnings

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Civil War Thesis Statement

Topic Statement: The Civil War, the bloodiest war fought in America for different reasons Mission Statement: The Civil War was a war fought between the the North and South in 1861. The Civil War happen because of hard tensions between the North and South over whether or not slavery rights follows with them in the new states in the westward expansion. The presidential election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860 caused seven Southern states to secede from the Union and form the Confederate States of America, four more states later on joined them. The Civil War had many battles and the South had to go against the North and Confederate States which also made it hard for them. The Civil War ended in the …show more content…

The turning point of the war was reached in less than a year later(1863), this would cause the North to win the war. General Lee advanced into the North again, and this time him and his Confederate forces were defeated at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, in July 1863. The Confederate forces were hard to win against because they won many of the war battle that they fought in, so with this win the North was definite to win. More than 50,000 troops were injured or killed in the Gettysburg battle, Lincoln honored union losses in his famous Gettysburg Address, to let the people know those who fought in the war sacrifice their life for a better future for us. The day after the Battle of Gettysburg ended, General Ulysses S. Grant took Vicksburg, father to the west, giving the North control over the Mississippi River valley. During Sherman’s “March to the sea,” his forces destroyed all Confederate sources of supplies and they even burned the city of Atlanta to the ground. Lincoln won his second election in 1864 and by 1865 Confederate forces were finally winding down. With the winding down of the Confederate forces, this allowed general Grant to advance on the Confederate capital of Richmond. Confederate forces were surrounded and forced to retreat leaving Richmond vulnerable to attack. On April 9, 1865 general Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox(town in Virginia), virtually ending the civil war. Less than one week later, President Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes

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  • Explains that the civil war was the bloodiest war fought in america because of hard tensions between the north and south in 1861.
  • Explains that the civil war started in 1861 for different reasons. the south agreed with slavery, while the north disagreed with the south. seven southern states seceded and formed the confederate states of america.
  • Explains that lincoln's election caused the formation of the confederate states, which left lincoln in a tight situation. lincoln knew the advantages and disadvantages of signing the emancipation proclamation.
  • Explains that lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation in 1863, which changed the game for the south. lincoln was reluctant to sign it because he didn't want to lose the support of the border states.
  • Analyzes how the civil war changed the life of the south by losing the war and freedom of many slaves. general lee and his confederate forces were defeated at gettysburg in july 1863.
  • Concludes that the civil war had many pros to it, such as "ending" slavery, re-affirming the existence of the union, but this all cost the loss of 600,000 lives and destruction of property.

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Summary: Why The North Won The Civil War

The Civil War, beginning in 1861 and ending in 1865, was a notorious event in American history for many influential reasons. Among them was the war 's conclusive role in determining a united or divided American nation, its efforts to successfully abolish the slavery institution and bring victory to the northern states. This Civil War was first inspired by the unsettling differences that divided the northern and southern states over the power that resided in the hands of the national government to constrain slavery from taking place within the territories. There was only one victor in the Civil War. Due to the lack of resources, plethora of weaknesses, and disorganized leadership the Southern States possessed in comparison to the Northern States,

Blacks in Civil War Portrayed in The Movie Glory

The American Civil War was a major war in the United States between the Union and eleven Southern states which declared that they had a right to secession and formed the Confederate States of America. They were led by Jefferson Davis who was elected as their president. The Union, led by President Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Party, opposed the expansion of slavery into territories owned by the United States and rejected any right of secession. The United States Civil War began as an effort to save the Union but it ended in a fight to abolish slavery. Tens of thousands of soldiers on each side, in battle after battle, had the courage to march in regular order against the withering fire of the defenders, while those around them fell with hideous and usually fatal wounds for many different reasons. Southerners fought for their rights and their way of life. Blacks for on another and for the end of slavery. Northerners fought to keep the Union together and latter on the end of slavery. Blacks fought for Religion, to demonstrate to all that blacks are just as capable as whites in battle and to show Gods righteousness.

Essay On The Battle Of Gettysburg A Turning Point Dbq

According to (Doc D) what Abraham Lincoln said “ We have to come to dedicate a portion of the battlefield as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives so the nation might have freedom and can live.” During the Gettysburg address, Abraham Lincoln is telling the north that they have a chance for beating the south because General Robert E. Lee gave up on invading the north and gave up on being general. This connects back to why the Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point because everyone who tried their best on the battlefield knew that what they were doing would help their country gain their independence, and have a better future as a

Civil War DBQ Essay

On April 12, 1861, Abraham Lincoln declared to the South that, the only reason that separate the country is the idea of slavery, if people could solve that problem then there will be no war. Was that the main reason that started the Civil war? or it was just a small goal that hides the real big reason to start the war behind it. Yet, until this day, people are still debating whether slavery is the main reason of the Civil war. However, there are a lot of facts that help to state the fact that slavery was the main reason of the war. These evidences can relate to many things in history, but they all connect to the idea of slavery.

Essay On The Causes Of The Civil War Dbq

In the spring 1861, years of building tensions between the northern states and southern states resulted in the American Civil War. In 1680 an anti-slavery Republican, Abraham Lincoln was elected president causing seven southern states to secede from the union. These seven states included--Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Texas--. These seven states formed the Confederate States of America. The American Civil War lasted from April 12, 1861 to May 9, 1865 and claimed more than roughly 620,000 lives. So what caused the Civil War? The three main causes of the Civil War were differences between the north and the south in economies, disagreements in abolishing slavery, and whether the State or Federal

Mary Surratt and the Death Penalty

The Civil War was when the United States split because of the injustice of slavery. The North insisted to free the slaves, but the South refused (Wulf et al). After four years of fighting, the south surrendered at the Appomattox court house on April 9, 1865. By that time, over 680,000 americans had died. Even though the war was over, there was still tension between the North and the South, and their anger was directed at Abraham Lincoln, which eventually lead to a story that changed the United States forever (O’Reilly and Zimmerman 33-37).

The Decleration Of Independance: The Declaration Of Independence

The Civil War took place from 1861-1865. And this war was caused over the dispute of slaves. The U.S was continuing to add states and the south wanted the states to become slave states, but the North wanted the states to be free states. This is when we realized we had many problems with our country and we needed to fix them. And the end of the war came with a great outcome. The ending of this war ended slavery for the whole U.S. Meaning that all African Americans in the U.S. were free. And they no longer had to be under slavery. This war was the one to end the 245 years of slavery we had in the U.S. And that changed our country

The Four Causes of the Civil War

The Civil War was a hard fought battle between the North and the South. The Civil War was caused by four main things: sectionalism, lifestyle differences, secession, and slavery (Wise). Slavery was the ultimate cause of the Civil War. The different leaders from the North and South had a large impact on what happened during the Civil War and how the battles were fought. The battles of the Civil War brought turning points and tragic moments in American History. In the end the North won and took control of the country and tried to bring it back together as quickly as possible. The Reconstruction Era after the war lasted for 12 years as the Presidents tried to reunite the split country (Reconstruction). The Civil War was a long hard fought war that ultimately changed the U.S. forever.

Dred Scott Decision: The Cause Of The Civil War

The Civil War started when the confederate warships shot at the union soldiers at Fort Sumter, in South Carolina on April 12, in 1861. It ended in the spring of, 1865 because General Robert E. Lee had surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9. But it still wasn’t over until the last battle at Palmito Ranch in Texas on May 13. But before there was a civil war there was slavery and events that would attempt to end it.

Persuasive Essay On The Confederate Flag

The Civil War was a battle between the northern states and the southern states. The southern states wanted to secede

Lessons To Be Learned From the Civil War

The American Civil War was a war fought in the United States between northern states (union) and southern states (confederacy) from 1861 to 1865, in which the Confederacy determined to secede from the country as an independent nation. The differentiation between the social structure and economy of North and South, most notably over slavery; were the root of the conflicts between the colonies that dates back almost 100 years from the Civil War, generations of political plans had been unable to triumph over these differences.

Economic and Moral Issues Causing The American Civil War

The American Civil War fought from 1861 to 1865 is described as “the bloodiest conflict in the history of North America” (Feature Causes Of The Civil War). The Civil war or war between the states was fought for many economic, political and moral reasons tracing back to the very start of America. The civil war fought between the Northern and Southern states is truly a significant event in the history of the United States because it involved American citizens fighting against each other. The American civil war was initiated through the controversy over slave labor, unfair actions toward Southern states and the vast division between the Northern and Southern states.

Essay On The Civil War

The American Civil War is a conflict that started in the years of 1861 through 1865, during the times Northern & Southern states seceded from the Union. In the South dealing with the war throughout the states was also labelled as War of the Rebellion, the war of secession also the war for southern independence. During the time of Civil War, although it had much criticized as inexact they most widely accepted. Not only that the economy of the American civil war was also not a class struggle as many thought. Also throughout the civil war soldiers were dropping like fly and other needed some type of help due to their injury. There was an totally amount of 644,000 soldiers in different types of conflict.

Abraham Lincoln's Greatest Accomplishments

The Civil War officially began on April 12th, 1861, when Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard shot at the Union Troops currently occupying Fort Sumter. While this specific event may have marked the beginning of actual warfare, it was not the only event to spark the beginning of the Civil War in general. One of the most well-known causes of the Civil War is the conflict over slavery. The Southern states were very dependent on agriculture and the slave labor that was required to maintain healthy crops. On the other hand, the Northern states were more focused on factories and industrial work, and did not want slavery to expand as the country grew. As if this disagreement didn't cause enough tension, Southern states were seceding from the Union because they felt that the government (which at the time was run mostly by people from the North) was gaining too much power, and soon would have complete control over the Southern states. Starting with South Carolina, a total of eleven states seceded from the Union during this time period. The third cause of the Civil War was the taxes that were placed on many parts of the South. Taxes such as those placed on European goods imported to the South proved to be quite a burden for the people that lived down there, and this only further encouraged them to separate themselves from the Unio...

Civil War Essay Outline

The American Civil War, also known as the War Between the States, or simply the Civil War in the United States, was a civil war fought from 1861 to 1865, after seven Southern slave states declared their secession and formed the Confederate States of America . The states that remained in the Union were known as the "Union" or the "North". The war had its origin in the fractious issue of slavery, especially the extension of slavery into the western territories. Foreign powers did not intervene. After four years of bloody combat that left over 600,000 soldiers dead and destroyed much of the South's infrastructure, the Confederacy collapsed, slavery was abolished, and the difficult Reconstruction process of restoring national unity and guaranteeing rights to the freed slaves began.

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Slavery has only triggered the discussion about inequality in society, but the American Civil War was rather a product of the nation's desire to simply exist.

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Thesis 1. Slavery was the central, and virtually the only cause of the war. · Thesis 2. The clash between different cultures and ideologies

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