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Journal of International Business Studies

1970 - 2022

Current editor(s): John Cantwell

Palgrave Macmillan
Academy of International Business
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Volume 53, issue 9, 2022

Actionable guidelines to improve ‘theory-related’ contributions to international business research pp. 1843-1855 Downloads
Grazia D. Santangelo and Alain Verbeke
The 2020 AIB curriculum survey: The state of internationalizing students, faculty, and programs pp. 1856-1879 Downloads
Chuck C. Y. Kwok, Robert Grosse, Carl F. Fey and Marjorie A. Lyles
Towards integrating country- and firm-level perspectives on intellectual property rights pp. 1880-1894 Downloads
Victor Cui, Rajneesh Narula, Dana Minbaeva and Ilan Vertinsky
Relational assets or liabilities? Competition, collaboration, and firm intellectual property breakthrough in the Chinese high-speed train sector pp. 1895-1923 Downloads
Aurora Liu Genin, Justin Tan and Juan Song
Protecting intellectual property in foreign subsidiaries: An internal network defense perspective pp. 1924-1944 Downloads
Yan Yan, Jiatao Li and Jingjing Zhang
Multinationals, innovation, and institutional context: IPR protection and distance effects pp. 1945-1970 Downloads
Randolph Luca Bruno, Riccardo Crescenzi, Saul Estrin and Sergio Petralia
How does offshore outsourcing of knowledge-intensive activities affect the exports and financial performance of emerging market firms? pp. 1971-1996 Downloads
Peter J Buckley, Surender Munjal and Ignacio Requejo
Organizational identity work in MNE subsidiaries: Managing dual embeddedness pp. 1997-2022 Downloads
Helene Loe Colman, Birgitte Grøgaard and Inger G. Stensaker
International business studies: Are we really so uniquely complex? pp. 2023-2036 Downloads
Herman Aguinis and Kelly P. Gabriel
Complexity in international business: The implications for theory pp. 2037-2049 Downloads
Mark Casson and Yutong Li
Capitalizing on the uniqueness of international business: Towards a theory of place, space, and organization pp. 2050-2067 Downloads
Sjoerd Beugelsdijk
International business research: The real challenges are data and theory pp. 2068-2087 Downloads
Jean-François Hennart and Dylan Sutherland
Charting new courses to enter foreign markets: Conceptualization, theoretical framework, and research directions on non-traditional entry modes pp. 2088-2115 Downloads
Keith D. Brouthers, Liang Chen, Sali Li and Noman Shaheer
How much is new in Brouthers et al.’s new foreign entry modes, and do they challenge the transaction cost theory of entry mode choice? pp. 2116-2132 Downloads
Jean-François Hennart
Developing theoretically informed typologies in international business: Why we need them, and how to do it pp. 2133-2146 Downloads
Matthew Allen, Geoffrey Wood and Mehmet Demirbag
Something borrowed, something new: Challenges in using qualitative methods to study under-researched international business phenomena pp. 2147-2166 Downloads
A Rebecca Reuber, Sophie Alkhaled, Helena Barnard, Carole Couper and Innan Sasaki
Business lobbying in the European Union pp. 2167-2170 Downloads
Thomas C. Lawton

Volume 53, issue 8, 2022

Actionable and enduring implications of Oliver Williamson’s transaction cost theory pp. 1557-1575 Downloads
Jean-François Hennart and Alain Verbeke
Competition laws, ownership, and corporate social responsibility pp. 1576-1602 Downloads
Wenzhi Ding, Ross Levine, Chen Lin and Wensi Xie
The dark side of globalization: Evidence from the impact of COVID-19 on multinational companies pp. 1603-1640 Downloads
Omrane Guedhami, April Knill, William L. Megginson and Lemma W. Senbet
Governance tensions in MNCs’ accounting quality pp. 1641-1669 Downloads
Tiemei Li, Michel Magnan and Yaqi Shi
Shopping as locals: A study of conduit acquisition by multinational enterprises pp. 1670-1694 Downloads
Shixiang Wang, Jiang Wei and Minyuan Zhao
Customer satisfaction and international business: A multidisciplinary review and avenues for research pp. 1695-1733 Downloads
G. Tomas M. Hult, Forrest V. Morgeson, Udit Sharma and Claes Fornell
Controlling without owning – owning without controlling: A critical note on two extensions of internalization theory pp. 1734-1746 Downloads
Mats Forsgren and Ulf Holm
Quasi-internalization, recombination advantages, and global value chains: Clarifying the role of ownership and control pp. 1747-1765 Downloads
Christian Asmussen, Tailan Chi and Rajneesh Narula
Political corporate social responsibility: The role of deliberative capacity pp. 1766-1784 Downloads
Richard W. Carney, Sadok El Ghoul, Omrane Guedhami, Jane W. Lu and He Wang
Tracing the connections between international business and communicable diseases pp. 1785-1804 Downloads
Ivan Montiel, Junghoon Park, Bryan W. Husted and Andres Velez-Calle
Externalization in the platform economy: Social platforms and institutions pp. 1805-1816 Downloads
Liang Chen, Sali Li, Jiang Wei and Yang Yang
Digital platform attention and international sales: An attention-based view pp. 1817-1835 Downloads
Jingyu Li, Yigang Pan, Yi Yang and Caleb H. Tse
The contest for value in global value chains: Correcting for distorted distribution in the global apparel industry pp. 1836-1840 Downloads
Constantin Blome, Stephan Manning and Martin C. Schleper
Correction: Subsidiary operations in offshore financial centers and bank risk-taking: International evidence pp. 1841-1841 Downloads
Wenxia Ge, Jeong-Bon Kim, Tiemei Li and Jing Zhang

Volume 53, issue 7, 2022

Beyond addressing multicollinearity: Robust quantitative analysis and machine learning in international business research pp. 1307-1314 Downloads
Thomas Lindner, Jonas Puck and Alain Verbeke
The influence of culture on the relationship between women directors and corporate social performance pp. 1315-1342 Downloads
Valentina Marano, Steve Sauerwald and Marc Essen
Transporting transparency: Director foreign experience and corporate information environment pp. 1343-1369 Downloads
Guanmin Liao, Mark (Shuai) Ma and Xiaoyun Yu
Do foreign firms help make local firms greener? Evidence of environmental spillovers in China pp. 1370-1393 Downloads
Nahyun Kim, Junxiu Sun, Haitao Yin and Jon Jungbien Moon
How does successive inpatriation contribute to subsidiary capability building and subsidiary evolution? An organizational knowledge creation perspective pp. 1394-1419 Downloads
Heejin Kim, B. Sebastian Reiche and Anne-Wil Harzing
How do MNEs invent? An invention-based perspective of MNE profitability pp. 1420-1448 Downloads
Mario Kafouros, Niron Hashai, Janja Annabel Tardios and Elizabeth Yi Wang
Beyond “Doing as the Romans Do”: A review of research on countercultural business practices pp. 1449-1483 Downloads
Dan V. Caprar, Sunghoon Kim, Benjamin W. Walker and Paula Caligiuri
Neglected elements: What we should cover more of in international business research pp. 1484-1507 Downloads
Ilgaz Arikan and Oded Shenkar
What merits greater scholarly attention in international business? pp. 1508-1518 Downloads
Birgitte Grøgaard, Michael A. Sartor and Linda Rademaker
Home-market economic development as a moderator of the self-selection and learning-by-exporting effects pp. 1519-1535 Downloads
Ferran Vendrell-Herrero, Christian K. Darko, Emanuel Gomes and David W. Lehman
When does multicollinearity bias coefficients and cause type 1 errors? A reconciliation of Lindner, Puck, and Verbeke (2020) with Kalnins (2018) pp. 1536-1548 Downloads
Arturs Kalnins
Human behavior and judgment: A critical nano-foundation for the Uppsala model and international business studies pp. 1549-1555 Downloads
Jan-Erik Vahlne and Roger Schweizer

Volume 53, issue 6, 2022

Informal institutions and international business: Toward an integrative research agenda pp. 985-1010 Downloads
Luis Alfonso Dau, Aya S. Chacar, Marjorie A. Lyles and Jiatao Li
Does social trust affect international contracting? Evidence from foreign bond covenants pp. 1011-1044 Downloads
Paul Brockman, Sadok El Ghoul, Omrane Guedhami and Ying Zheng
Societal trust, formal institutions, and foreign subsidiary staffing pp. 1045-1061 Downloads
Ajai Gaur, Chinmay Pattnaik, Deeksha Singh and Jeoung Yul Lee
Informal institutions, entrepreneurs’ political participation, and venture internationalization pp. 1062-1090 Downloads
Dan Li, Li-Qun Wei, Qing Cao and Deqiu Chen
Informal institutions and absorptive capacity: A cross-country meta-analytic study pp. 1091-1109 Downloads
Fiona Kun Yao, Kaifeng Jiang, Danielle R. Combs and Song Chang
Understanding the unwritten rules of the game: Government work experience and salary premiums in foreign MNC subsidiaries pp. 1110-1132 Downloads
Wolfgang Sofka, Christoph Grimpe and Ulrich Kaiser
The impact of multinational enterprises on community informal institutions and rural poverty pp. 1133-1152 Downloads
Kristin Brandl, Elizabeth Moore, Camille Meyer and Jonathan Doh
Impact of informal institutions on the prevalence, strategy, and performance of family firms: A meta-analysis pp. 1153-1177 Downloads
Pascual Berrone, Patricio Duran, Luis Gómez-Mejía, Pursey P M A R Heugens, Tatiana Kostova and Marc Essen
MNC response to superstitious practice in Myanmar IJVs: Understanding contested legitimacy, formal–informal legitimacy thresholds, and institutional disguise pp. 1178-1201 Downloads
Tim G. Andrews, Khongphu Nimanandh, Khin Thi Htun and Orapin Santidhirakul
Public sentiment is everything: Host-country public sentiment toward home country and acquisition ownership during institutional transition pp. 1202-1227 Downloads
Daphne W. Yiu, William P. Wan, Kelly Xing Chen and Xiaocong Tian
Formal and informal institutional legacies and inward foreign direct investment into firms: Evidence from China pp. 1228-1256 Downloads
Chenjian Zhang
Informal institutions and the international strategy of MNEs: Effects of institutional effectiveness, convergence, and distance pp. 1257-1281 Downloads
Luis Alfonso Dau, Jiatao Li, Marjorie A. Lyles and Aya S. Chacar
Beyond the nation-state: Anchoring supranational institutions in international business research pp. 1282-1306 Downloads
Simon Hartmann, Thomas Lindner, Jakob Müllner and Jonas Puck

Volume 53, issue 5, 2022

The event study in international business research: Opportunities, challenges, and practical solutions pp. 803-817 Downloads
Lorraine Eden, Stewart R. Miller, Sarfraz Khan, Robert J. Weiner and Dan Li
A dynamic long-term approach to internationalization: Spanish publishing firms’ expansion and emigrants in Mexico (1939–1977) pp. 818-849 Downloads
Caterina Moschieri and Maria Fernandez-Moya
Complexity in a multinational enterprise’s global supply chain and its international business performance: A bane or a boon? pp. 850-878 Downloads
Amalesh Sharma, V. Kumar, Sourav Bikash Borah and Anirban Adhikary
The impact of initial public offerings on SMEs’ foreign investment decisions pp. 879-901 Downloads
Guoliang Frank Jiang, Jeffrey J. Reuer, Colette Southam and Paul W. Beamish
Foreign direct investment along the Belt and Road: A political economy perspective pp. 902-919 Downloads
Jiatao Li, Ari Van Assche, Lee Li and Gongming Qian
Family-owned multinational enterprises in the post-pandemic global economy pp. 920-935 Downloads
Andrea Calabrò, James J. Chrisman and Liena Kano
Leaving the multinational: The likelihood and nature of employee mobility from MNEs pp. 936-949 Downloads
Martin Andersson, Davide Castellani, Claudio Fassio and Viroj Jienwatcharamongkhol
The local roots of global entrepreneurship: Insights from Stephen Young pp. 950-961 Downloads
Shameen Prashantham and Julian Birkinshaw
New connectivity in the fragmented world pp. 962-980 Downloads
Yadong Luo
The power of creative destruction: Economic upheaval and the wealth of nations pp. 981-983 Downloads
Peter J. Buckley

Volume 53, issue 4, 2022

Three simple guidelines to make the dynamic capabilities paradigm actionable in international business research pp. 573-582 Downloads
Alain Verbeke
Toward an action-based view of dynamic capabilities for international business pp. 583-600 Downloads
Shaker A. Zahra, Olga Petricevic and Yadong Luo
Dynamic capabilities and internationalization of authentic firms: Role of heritage assets, administrative heritage, and signature processes pp. 601-635 Downloads
Ilgaz Arikan, Ipek Koparan, Asli M Arikan and Oded Shenkar
Legitimizing, leveraging, and launching: Developing dynamic capabilities in the MNE pp. 636-656 Downloads
Birgitte Grøgaard, Helene Loe Colman and Inger G Stensaker
Dynamic capabilities for hire – How former host-country entrepreneurs as MNC subsidiary managers affect performance pp. 657-688 Downloads
Andreas P. Distel, Wolfgang Sofka, Pedro de Faria, Miguel Torres Preto and António Sérgio Ribeiro
The role of global dynamic managerial capability in the pursuit of international strategy and superior performance pp. 689-708 Downloads
Sabina Tasheva and Bo Bernhard Nielsen
“Outside in”: Global demand heterogeneity and dynamic capabilities of multinational enterprises pp. 709-722 Downloads
Xiao Zhang, Luqun Xie, Jiatao Li and Li Cheng
Global connectedness and dynamic green capabilities in MNEs pp. 723-740 Downloads
Vladislav Maksimov, Stephanie Lu Wang and Shipeng Yan
Dynamic capabilities, the new multinational enterprise and business model innovation: A de/re-constructive commentary pp. 741-753 Downloads
Chris N. Pitelis
Compositional springboarding and EMNE evolution pp. 754-766 Downloads
Peter Ping Li, Shameen Prashantham, Abby Jingzi Zhou and Steven Shijin Zhou
Springboard MNEs under de-globalization pp. 767-780 Downloads
Yadong Luo and Michael A. Witt
Revisiting emerging market multinational enterprise views: The Goldilocks story restated pp. 781-802 Downloads
Ilgaz Arikan, Asli M. Arikan and Oded Shenkar

Volume 53, issue 3, 2022

Uneven regulatory playing field and bank transparency abroad pp. 379-404 Downloads
Tai-Yuan Chen, Yi-Chun Chen and Mingyi Hung
Pride and prejudice: Unraveling and mitigating domestic country bias pp. 405-433 Downloads
Peter Mathias Fischer, Katharina Petra Zeugner-Roth, Constantine S. Katsikeas and Mario Pandelaere
Knowledge sourcing by the multinational enterprise: An individual creativity-based model pp. 434-448 Downloads
Grazia D. Santangelo and Anupama Phene
Foreignness research in international business: Major streams and future directions pp. 449-480 Downloads
Jane W. Lu, Hao Ma and Xuanli Xie
Top management teams in international business research: A review and suggestions for future research pp. 481-515 Downloads
Ilya R. P. Cuypers, Charmi Patel, Gokhan Ertug, Jiatao Li and Youtha Cuypers
National culture and international business: A path forward pp. 516-533 Downloads
Oded Shenkar, Stephen B Tallman, Hao Wang and Jie Wu
Unintended signals: Why companies with a history of offshoring have to pay wage penalties for new hires pp. 534-549 Downloads
Alina Grecu, Wolfgang Sofka, Marcus M. Larsen and Torben Pedersen
Illusions of techno-nationalism pp. 550-567 Downloads
Yadong Luo
The Sage handbook of contemporary cross-cultural management pp. 568-571 Downloads
Yih-Teen Lee and Nana Yaa A. Gyamfi

Volume 53, issue 2, 2022

Replication studies in international business pp. 215-230 Downloads
Luis Alfonso Dau, Grazia D. Santangelo and Arjen Witteloostuijn
Multinational enterprises and natural disasters: Challenges and opportunities for IB research pp. 231-254 Downloads
Chang Hoon Oh and Jennifer Oetzel
Terrorism-induced uncertainty and firm R&D investment: A real options view pp. 255-267 Downloads
Daitian Li, Tony W Tong, Yangao Xiao and Feida Zhang
Subsidiary operations in offshore financial centers and bank risk-taking: International evidence pp. 268-301 Downloads
Wenxia Ge, Jeong-Bon Kim, Tiemei Li and Jing Zhang
Taking chances? The effect of CEO risk propensity on firms’ risky internationalization decisions pp. 302-325 Downloads
Hamid Boustanifar, Edward J. Zajac and Flladina Zilja
Kicking back against kickbacks: An examination of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and US foreign investment pp. 326-343 Downloads
Weishi Jia, Shuo Li and Jingran Zhao
A general framework of digitization risks in international business pp. 344-361 Downloads
Yadong Luo
The last frontier of globalization: Trade and foreign direct investment in healthcare pp. 362-374 Downloads
Oded Shenkar, Guoyong Liang and Rakefet Shenkar
Correction to: Running out of steam? A political incentive perspective of FDI inflows in China pp. 375-376 Downloads
Danqing Wang, Zhitao Zhu, Shuo Chen and Xiaowei Rose Luo
Correction to: What’s so special about born globals, their entrepreneurs or their business model? pp. 377-377 Downloads
Jean-Francois Hennart, Antonio Majocchi and Birgit Hagen

Volume 53, issue 1, 2022

The JIBS 2021 Decade Award: Theorising from case studies: Towards a pluralist future for international business research pp. 1-3 Downloads
Alain Verbeke
Reconciling theory and context: How the case study can set a new agenda for international business research pp. 4-26 Downloads
Catherine Welch, Eriikka Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Rebecca Piekkari and Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki
Putting qualitative international business research in context(s) pp. 27-38 Downloads
A. Rebecca Reuber and Eileen Fischer
Methodological fit for empirical research in international business: A contingency framework pp. 39-52 Downloads
Gary Knight, Agnieszka Chidlow and Dana Minbaeva
Alternative typologies of case study theorizing: Causal explanation versus theory development as a classification dimension pp. 53-63 Downloads
Eric W. K. Tsang
From a distance to up close and contextual: Moving beyond the inductive/deductive binary pp. 64-71 Downloads
Mary Yoko Brannen
Foreign ownership and corporate excess perks pp. 72-93 Downloads
Lifang Chen, Minghui Han, Yong Li, William L. Megginson and Hao Zhang
Correction to: Foreign ownership and corporate excess perks pp. 94-94 Downloads
Lifang Chen, Minghui Han, Yong Li, William L. Megginson and Hao Zhang
Multiculturals as strategic human capital resources in multinational enterprises pp. 95-125 Downloads
Hae-Jung Hong and Dana Minbaeva
MNCs as dispersed structures of power: Performance and management implications of power distribution in the subsidiary portfolio pp. 126-155 Downloads
Jong Min Lee
The world economy will need even more globalization in the post-pandemic 2021 decade pp. 156-171 Downloads
Farok J. Contractor
Why the world economy needs, but will not get, more globalization in the post-COVID-19 decade pp. 172-186 Downloads
Luciano Ciravegna and Snejina Michailova
The impact of corruption on market reactions to international strategic alliances pp. 187-202 Downloads
Chengguang Li and Jeffrey J. Reuer
Whither national subsidiaries? The need to refocus international management research on structures and processes that matter pp. 203-210 Downloads
Tony Edwards, Luda Svystunova, Phil Almond, Philipp Kern, Kyoungmi Kim and Olga Tregaskis
The Oxford handbook of international business strategy pp. 211-214 Downloads
Peter J. Williamson
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