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Journal of International Business Studies

1970 - 2021

Current editor(s): John Cantwell

Palgrave Macmillan
Academy of International Business
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Volume 51, issue 9, 2020

Unraveling the MNE wage premium pp. 1355-1390 Downloads
Khadija Straaten, Niccolò Pisani and Ans Kolk
Foreign influence, control, and indirect ownership: Implications for productivity spillovers pp. 1391-1412 Downloads
Sara L. McGaughey, Pascalis Raimondos and Lisbeth Cour
Taxes, institutions, and innovation: Theory and international evidence pp. 1413-1442 Downloads
Amar Gande, Kose John, Vinay Nair and Lemma W. Senbet
The effect of international takeover laws on corporate resource adjustments: Market discipline and/or managerial myopia? pp. 1443-1477 Downloads
James N Cannon, Bingbing Hu, Jay Junghun Lee and Daoguang Yang
Fifty years of methodological trends in JIBS: Why future IB research needs more triangulation pp. 1478-1499 Downloads
Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Catherine Welch, Agnieszka Chidlow, Stewart Robert Miller, Roberta Aguzzoli, Emma Gardner, Maria Karafyllia and Diletta Pegoraro
Catching up by hiring: The case of Huawei pp. 1500-1515 Downloads
Kerstin J. Schaefer
The local co-evolution of firms and governments in the Information Age pp. 1516-1528 Downloads
Sarianna Lundan and John Cantwell
Learning in context: Grateful reflections on reflections pp. 1529-1531 Downloads
Daniel A. Levinthal
Searching locally and globally: Applying Daniel Levinthal’s scholarship to international business pp. 1532-1546 Downloads
Torben Pedersen, Marcus M Larsen and Àngels Dasí
Adaptive learning in international business pp. 1547-1567 Downloads
Yadong Luo
Absorptive capacity, socially enabling mechanisms, and the role of learning from trial and error experiments: A tribute to Dan Levinthal’s contribution to international business research pp. 1568-1579 Downloads
Arie Y Lewin, Silvia Massini and Carine Peeters
The theory and empirics of the structural reshaping of globalization pp. 1580-1592 Downloads
Peter J. Buckley
Methodological practices in international business research: An after-action review of challenges and solutions pp. 1593-1608 Downloads
Herman Aguinis, Ravi S Ramani and Wayne F Cascio
Research methods in international business: The challenge of complexity pp. 1609-1620 Downloads
Lorraine Eden and Bo Bernhard Nielsen

Volume 51, issue 8, 2020

International connectedness and local disconnectedness: MNE strategy, city-regions and disruption pp. 1199-1222 Downloads
Mark Lorenzen, Ram Mudambi and Andreas Schotter
Phasing the operation mode of foreign subsidiaries: Reaping the benefits of multinationality through internal capital markets pp. 1223-1255 Downloads
Jan Hendrik Fisch and Bjoern Schmeisser
Foreign subsidiary CSR as a buffer against parent firm reputation risk pp. 1256-1282 Downloads
Nan Zhou and Heli Wang
Cultural gap bridging in multinational teams pp. 1283-1311 Downloads
Julia Backmann, Rouven Kanitz, Amy Wei Tian, Patrick Hoffmann and Martin Hoegl
The effect of a worldwide tax system on tax management of foreign subsidiaries pp. 1312-1330 Downloads
Saskia Kohlhase and Jochen Pierk
Divestment response to host-country terrorist attacks: Inter-firm influence and the role of temporal consistency pp. 1331-1346 Downloads
Chang Liu and Dan Li
Global value chains and development: Redefining the contours of 21st century capitalism pp. 1347-1350 Downloads
Sarah E McWilliam and Bo Bernhard Nielsen
Correction to: Bringing corporate governance into internalization theory: State ownership and foreign entry strategies pp. 1351-1352 Downloads
Birgitte Grøgaard, Asmund Rygh and Gabriel Benito
Correction to: Global value chains: A review of the multi-disciplinary literature pp. 1353-1353 Downloads
Liena Kano, Eric W. K. Tsang and Henry Wai-chung Yeung

Volume 51, issue 7, 2020

Regional and global strategies of MNEs: Revisiting Rugman & Verbeke (2004) pp. 1045-1053 Downloads
Benjamin Rosa, Philippe Gugler and Alain Verbeke
Regionalization of R&D activities: (Dis)economies of interdependence and inventive performance pp. 1054-1075 Downloads
Minyoung Kim, Curba Morris Lampert and Raja Roy
Chinese multinationals’ fast internationalization: Financial performance advantage in one region, disadvantage in another pp. 1076-1106 Downloads
Heechun Kim, Jie Wu, Douglas A. Schuler and Robert E. Hoskisson
National capital city location and subsidiary portfolio expansion: The negative effect of geographic distance to the capital city at inception on the speed of subsequent investments pp. 1107-1132 Downloads
Thomas Hutzschenreuter and Philippa-Luisa Harhoff
RIMS: A new approach to measuring firm internationalization pp. 1133-1141 Downloads
Victor B Marshall, Lance Eliot Brouthers and Dawn L Keig
How important is regional vs. global scope? An examination of U.S. multinationals pp. 1142-1160 Downloads
Yujin Jeong and Jordan I. Siegel
MNE–SME cooperation: An integrative framework pp. 1161-1175 Downloads
Shameen Prashantham and Julian Birkinshaw
More than intent: A bundling model of MNE–SME interactions pp. 1176-1194 Downloads
Jean-Francois Hennart
Rude awakening: threats to the global liberal order pp. 1195-1198 Downloads
D. Eleanor Westney

Volume 51, issue 6, 2020

A new approach to data access and research transparency (DART) pp. 887-905 Downloads
Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Arjen Witteloostuijn and Klaus Meyer
Managing interrelated tensions in headquarters–subsidiary relationships: The case of a multinational hybrid organization pp. 906-932 Downloads
Tina C Ambos, Sebastian H Fuchs and Alexander Zimmermann
Perceived organizational support (POS) across 54 nations: A cross-cultural meta-analysis of POS effects pp. 933-962 Downloads
Thomas Rockstuhl, Robert Eisenberger, Lynn M. Shore, James N. Kurtessis, Michael T. Ford, Louis C. Buffardi and Salar Mesdaghinia
Internationalizing firm innovations: The influence of multimarket overlap in knowledge activities pp. 963-985 Downloads
Heather Berry
Do venture capital firms benefit from international syndicates? pp. 986-1007 Downloads
Arif Khurshed, Abdulkadir Mohamed, Armin Schwienbacher and Fan Wang
Home and foreign host country IFRS adoption and cross-delisting pp. 1008-1033 Downloads
Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Xiangting Kong and Albert Tsang
Culture and institutions: How economic freedom and long-term orientation interactively influence corporate social responsibility pp. 1034-1043 Downloads
Johan Graafland and Niels Noorderhaven

Volume 51, issue 5, 2020

International HRM insights for navigating the COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for future research and practice pp. 697-713 Downloads
Paula Caligiuri, Helen De Cieri, Dana Minbaeva, Alain Verbeke and Angelika Zimmermann
Making connections: Social networks in international business pp. 714-736 Downloads
Ilya R. P. Cuypers, Gokhan Ertug, John Cantwell, Akbar Zaheer and Martin Kilduff
Highly skilled and well connected: Migrant inventors in cross-border M&As pp. 737-763 Downloads
Diego Useche, Ernest Miguelez and Francesco Lissoni
Who appropriates centrality rents? The role of institutions in regulating social networks in the global Islamic finance industry pp. 764-787 Downloads
Remzi Gözübüyük, Carl Joachim Kock and Murat Ünal
Change in domestic network centrality, uncertainty, and the foreign divestment decisions of firms pp. 788-812 Downloads
Viacheslav Iurkov and Gabriel Benito
Network centrality and organizational aspirations: A behavioral interaction in the context of international strategic alliances pp. 813-828 Downloads
Elio Shijaku, Martin Larraza-Kintana and Ainhoa Urtasun-Alonso
Social influence and MNE strategic response to political risk: A global network approach pp. 829-850 Downloads
Anthony P Cannizzaro
Blending talents for innovation: Team composition for cross-border R&D collaboration within multinational corporations pp. 851-885 Downloads
Eunkwang Seo, Hyo Kang and Jaeyong Song

Volume 51, issue 4, 2020

The contributions of qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) to international business research pp. 455-466 Downloads
Stav Fainshmidt, Michael A Witt, Ruth V Aguilera and Alain Verbeke
The construct of institutional distance through the lens of different institutional perspectives: Review, analysis, and recommendations pp. 467-497 Downloads
Tatiana Kostova, Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, W. Richard Scott, Vincent E. Kunst, Chei Hwee Chua and Marc Essen
A review of research on the growth of multinational enterprises: A Penrosean lens pp. 498-537 Downloads
Danchi Tan, Weichieh Su, Joseph T. Mahoney and Yasemin Kor
Managing the MNE subsidiary: Advancing a multi-level and dynamic research agenda pp. 538-576 Downloads
Klaus Meyer, Chengguang Li and Andreas P. J. Schotter
Global value chains: A review of the multi-disciplinary literature pp. 577-622 Downloads
Liena Kano, Eric W. K. Tsang and Henry Wai-chung Yeung
Changing perspectives on the internationalization of R&D and innovation by multinational enterprises: A review of the literature pp. 623-664 Downloads
Marina Papanastassiou, Robert Pearce and Antonello Zanfei
Cultural industries in international business research: Progress and prospect pp. 665-692 Downloads
Stephanie Lu Wang, Qian Gu, Mary Ann Glinow and Paul Hirsch
The new global road map: Enduring strategies in turbulent times pp. 693-696 Downloads
Régis Coeurderoy

Volume 51, issue 3, 2020

Misconceptions about multicollinearity in international business research: Identification, consequences, and remedies pp. 283-298 Downloads
Thomas Lindner, Jonas Puck and Alain Verbeke
The impact of country-dyadic military conflicts on market reaction to cross-border acquisitions pp. 299-325 Downloads
Chengguang Li, Ilgaz Arikan, Oded Shenkar and Asli Arikan
Lost that lovin’ feeling: The erosion of trust between small, high-distance partners pp. 326-352 Downloads
Carole Couper, A. Rebecca Reuber and Shameen Prashantham
High-performance work systems and organizational performance across societal cultures pp. 353-388 Downloads
Ali Dastmalchian, Nick Bacon, Nicola McNeil, Claudia Steinke, Paul Blyton, Medha Satish Kumar, Secil Bayraktar, Werner Auer-Rizzi, Ali Ahmad Bodla, Richard Cotton, Tim Craig, Behice Ertenu, Mohammad Habibi, Heh Jason Huang, Havva Pınar İmer, Che Ruhana Isa, Ayman Ismail, Yuan Jiang, Hayat Kabasakal, Carlotta Meo Colombo, Sedigheh Moghavvemi, Tuheena Mukherjee, Ghazali Bin Musa, Philip Sugai, Ningyu Tang, Troung Thi Nam Thang and Renin Varnali
Micro-processes of translation in the transfer of practices from MNE headquarters to foreign subsidiaries: The role of subsidiary translators pp. 389-413 Downloads
Gabriela Gutierrez-Huerter O, Jeremy Moon, Stefan Gold and Wendy Chapple
Integration-oriented strategies, host market corruption and the likelihood of foreign subsidiary exit from emerging markets pp. 414-431 Downloads
Michael A. Sartor and Paul W. Beamish
Accounting for firm heterogeneity in global value chains pp. 432-453 Downloads
Fabienne Fortanier, Guannan Miao, Ans Kolk and Niccolò Pisani

Volume 51, issue 2, 2020

The ownership structure contingency in the sequential international entry mode decision process: Family owners and institutional investors in family-dominant versus family-influenced firms pp. 151-171 Downloads
Kai Xu, Michael A. Hitt and Stewart R. Miller
Springboard internationalization by emerging market firms: Speed of first cross-border acquisition pp. 172-193 Downloads
Vikas Kumar, Deeksha Singh, Anish Purkayastha, Manish Popli and Ajai Gaur
Cross-border acquisitions: Do labor regulations affect acquirer returns? pp. 194-217 Downloads
Ross Levine, Chen Lin and Beibei Shen
Bank dependence in emerging countries: Cross-border information percolation in mutual fund equity investing pp. 218-243 Downloads
Linda Allen, Suparna Chakraborty, Sonali Hazarika and Chih-Huei Su
Keeping it within bounds: Regression analysis of proportions in international business pp. 244-262 Downloads
Jesper N Wulff and Anders R Villadsen
Capturing the role of societal affinity in cross-border mergers with the Eurovision Song Contest pp. 263-273 Downloads
Antonios Siganos and Isaac T. Tabner
New-day statistical thinking: A bold proposal for a radical change in practices pp. 274-278 Downloads
Arjen Witteloostuijn
China’s belt and road initiative: Changing the rules of globalization pp. 279-281 Downloads
Peter J Buckley

Volume 51, issue 1, 2020

The JIBS 2019 Decade Award: The Uppsala internationalization process model revisited: From liability of foreignness to liability of outsidership pp. 1-3 Downloads
Alain Verbeke
The Uppsala model: Networks and micro-foundations pp. 4-10 Downloads
Jan-Erik Vahlne and Jan Johanson
Born digitals: Thoughts on their internationalization and a research agenda pp. 11-22 Downloads
Sinéad Monaghan, Esther Tippmann and Nicole Coviello
Overcoming the liability of outsidership for emerging market MNEs: A capability-building perspective pp. 23-37 Downloads
Jiatao Li and Maria Tereza Leme Fleury
The theoretical evolution and use of the Uppsala Model of internationalization in the international business ecosystem pp. 38-49 Downloads
G. Tomas M. Hult, Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez and Katarina Lagerström
A geographic relational perspective on the internationalization of emerging market firms pp. 50-71 Downloads
Ping Deng, Andrew Delios and Mike W. Peng
Investor protection and the value impact of stock liquidity pp. 72-94 Downloads
Tao Huang, Fei Wu, Jing Yu and Bohui Zhang
Tranching in the syndicated loan market around the world pp. 95-120 Downloads
Douglas Cumming, Florencio Lopez- de-Silanes, Joseph A McCahery and Armin Schwienbacher
The lab and the plant: Offshore R&D and co-location with production activities pp. 121-137 Downloads
Davide Castellani and Katiuscia Lavoratori
Uncertainty avoidance moderates the relationship between transformational leadership and innovation: A meta-analysis pp. 138-145 Downloads
Logan L Watts, Logan M Steele and Deanne N Den Hartog
Book Review pp. 146-149 Downloads
Chris Brewster
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