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Journal of International Business Policy

2018 - 2019

Current editor(s): Sarianna Lundan, Ari Van Assche and Anne Hoekman

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Volume 2, issue 4, 2019

Migrants, migration policies, and international business research: Current trends and new directions pp. 275-288 Downloads
Helena Barnard, David Deeds, Ram Mudambi and Paul Vaaler
Diaspora engagement institutions and venture investment activity in developing countries pp. 289-313 Downloads
Michael E. Cummings and Alan Gamlen
Human stickiness as a counterforce to brain drain: Purpose-driven behaviour among Tanzanian medical doctors and implications for policy pp. 314-332 Downloads
Ndikumana David Emmanuel, Maria Elo and Rebecca Piekkari
Skilled immigration to fill talent gaps: A comparison of the immigration policies of the United States, Canada, and Australia pp. 333-355 Downloads
Masud Chand and Rosalie L. Tung
Benefitting from immigration: The value of immigrants’ country knowledge for firm internationalization pp. 356-375 Downloads
Vera Kunczer, Thomas Lindner and Jonas Puck
Correction to: Benefitting from immigration: The value of immigrants’ country knowledge for firm internationalization pp. 376-376 Downloads
Vera Kunczer, Thomas Lindner and Jonas Puck
Unmanaged migration and the role of MNEs in reducing push factors and promoting peace: A strategic HRM perspective pp. 377-396 Downloads
Carol Reade, Mark McKenna and Jennifer Oetzel
Social influences in cross-border entrepreneurial migration policy pp. 397-412 Downloads
Daria Kautto

Volume 2, issue 3, 2019

Global value chains and international development policy: Bringing firms, networks and policy-engaged scholarship back in pp. 195-210 Downloads
Gary Gereffi
Applying the GVC framework to policy: The ILO experience pp. 211-216 Downloads
Arianna Rossi
Business environment reforms in fragile and conflict-affected states: From a transactions towards a systems approach pp. 217-236 Downloads
John Luiz, Brian Ganson and Achim Wennmann
Terrorism and corporate social responsibility: Testing the impact of attacks on CSR behavior pp. 237-257 Downloads
Max Abrahms, Luis Alfonso Dau and Elizabeth M Moore
Will tax reforms alone solve the tax avoidance and tax haven problems? pp. 258-271 Downloads
James Nebus
Correction to: Corruption and foreign direct investment phases: The moderating role of institutions pp. 272-274 Downloads
Jingtao Yi, Shuang Meng, Craig D. Macaulay and Mike W. Peng

Volume 2, issue 2, 2019

From the editor: International business policy: What it is, and what it is not pp. 111-118 Downloads
Jeremy Clegg
Good friends in high places: Politico-economic determinants of the expropriation and taxation of multinational firms pp. 119-141 Downloads
Luis Fernando Medina, Marcelo Bucheli and Minyoung Kim
Implications of Canada’s restrictive FDI policies on employment and productivity pp. 142-166 Downloads
Walid Hejazi and Daniel Trefler
Corruption and foreign direct investment phases: The moderating role of institutions pp. 167-181 Downloads
Jingtao Yi, Shuang Meng, Craig D. Macaulay and Mike W. Peng
A note on Dani Rodrik, “Populism and the economics of globalization” pp. 182-193 Downloads
Terutomo Ozawa

Volume 2, issue 1, 2019

From the editor: The social side of international business policy – mapping social entrepreneurship in South Africa pp. 1-8 Downloads
Helena Barnard
Protectionism, state discrimination, and international business since the onset of the Global Financial Crisis pp. 9-36 Downloads
Simon J Evenett
Melting pot or tribe? Country-level ethnic diversity and its effect on subsidiaries pp. 37-61 Downloads
Jennifer Oetzel and Chang Hoon Oh
Does it pay for cities to be green? An investigation of FDI inflows and environmental sustainability pp. 62-85 Downloads
Niccolò Pisani, Ans Kolk, Václav Ocelík and Ganling Wu
Bridging the enforcement gap in international trade: Participation in the New York Convention on arbitration pp. 86-109 Downloads
Michael Olabisi

Volume 1, issue 3, 2018

From the editor: Steering a policy turn in international business – opportunities and challenges pp. 117-127 Downloads
Ari Van Assche
Thanks but no thanks: State-owned multinationals from emerging markets and host-country policies pp. 128-156 Downloads
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra
FDI and regional development policy pp. 157-183 Downloads
Simona Iammarino
Towards a theoretically-based global foreign direct investment policy regime pp. 184-207 Downloads
Peter J. Buckley
Multinational enterprises and the Sustainable Development Goals: An institutional approach to corporate engagement pp. 208-233 Downloads
Jan Anton van Zanten and Rob van Tulder
Indigenous digital technology standards for development: The case of China pp. 234-252 Downloads
Michael Murphree and Dan Breznitz

Volume 1, issue 1, 2018

From the editor: Engaging international business scholars with public policy issues pp. 1-11 Downloads
Sarianna M Lundan
Populism and the economics of globalization pp. 12-33 Downloads
Dani Rodrik
Reflecting on populism and the economics of globalization pp. 34-43 Downloads
Bernard Hoekman and Douglas Nelson
Knowledge-intensive intangibles, spatial transaction costs, and the rise of populism pp. 44-52 Downloads
Ram Mudambi
IP litigation is local, but those who litigate are global pp. 53-70 Downloads
Karin Beukel and Minyuan Zhao
Are foreign firms favored in China? Firm-level evidence on the collection of value-added taxes pp. 71-91 Downloads
Yasheng Huang and Heiwai Tang
Multinationals, international business, and poverty: A cross-disciplinary research overview and conceptual framework pp. 92-115 Downloads
Ans Kolk, Miguel Rivera-Santos and Carlos Rufín
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