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Journal of International Business Policy

2018 - 2022

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

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Volume 5, issue 4, 2022

Financial and fiscal incentives and inward foreign direct investment: When quality institutions substitute incentives pp. 417-443 Downloads
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Bernardo Silva-Rêgo and Ariane Figueira
WTO accession and firm exports in developing economies pp. 444-466 Downloads
N. Nuruzzaman, Ajai Gaur and Rakesh B. Sambharya
Voluntary programs and emissions revisited: What is the effect of EU trade agreements with environmental provisions? pp. 467-489 Downloads
Mattia Di Ubaldo, Steven McGuire and Vikrant Shirodkar
The wind energy global value chain localisation and industrial policy failure in South Africa pp. 490-511 Downloads
Mike Morris, Glen Robbins, Ulrich Hansen and Ivan Nygard
Multilevel determinants of MNC corruption risk pp. 512-528 Downloads
Juliane Markscheffel and Michael Plouffe
Correction to: Multilevel determinants of MNC corruption risk pp. 529-529 Downloads
Juliane Markscheffel and Michael Plouffe
From the liability to the advantage of refugeeness pp. 530-561 Downloads
C. Annique Un, Chhomran Ou and Silvy Un Lafayette

Volume 5, issue 3, 2022

The effect of MNEs’ technology startup acquisitions on small open economies’ entrepreneurial ecosystems pp. 277-295 Downloads
Shaker A. Zahra and Niron Hashai
Additionality or opportunism: Do host-country R&D subsidies impact innovation in foreign MNC subsidiaries? pp. 296-327 Downloads
Wolfgang Sofka, Christoph Grimpe, Fuad Hasanov and Reda Cherif
Does global integration stimulate corporate citizenship? The effect of international trade agreements and regulatory quality on state and private firm adoption of CSR standards pp. 328-352 Downloads
Luis Alfonso Dau, Elizabeth M. Moore, Jonathan P. Doh and Margaret A. Soto
International business policymaking for a “wicked” world pp. 353-362 Downloads
Matevž Rašković
Protectionism through legislative layering: Implications for auditors and investors pp. 363-383 Downloads
Anna Alon and Oksana Kim
Emerging international compliance: Policy implications of a money laundering case pp. 384-405 Downloads
Emilia A. Isolauri, Peter Zettinig and Niina Nummela
The world has a unique opportunity: Accelerating technology transfer and vaccine production through partnerships pp. 406-415 Downloads
Xiaolan Fu, Peter J. Buckley, Diego Sanchez-Ancochea and Ines Hassan

Volume 5, issue 2, 2022

The Belt and Road Initiative and international business policy: A kaleidoscopic perspective pp. 135-151 Downloads
Jiatao Li, Ari Van Assche, Xiaolan Fu, Lee Li and Gongming Qian
Subnational response differences on the Belt and Road Initiative policy and firm internationalization: A longitudinal and multi-level approach pp. 152-171 Downloads
Artemis Chang, Rui Torres de Oliveira, Hsi-Mei Chung and Nan Zheng
A bargaining and property rights perspective on the Belt and Road Initiative: Cases from the Italian port system pp. 172-193 Downloads
Cristian Luise, Peter J. Buckley, Hinrich Voss, Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki and Elisa Barbieri
The impact of government policy on Chinese investment locations: An analysis of the Belt and Road policy announcement, host-country agreement, and sentiment pp. 194-217 Downloads
Filip Beule and Haiyan Zhang
Speed of China’s OFDIs to the Belt and Road Initiative destinations: State equity, industry competition, and the moderating effects of the policy pp. 218-235 Downloads
Bin Liu and Qingtao Wang
The Belt and Road Initiative and cascading innovation in China’s domestic railway ecosystem pp. 236-258 Downloads
Yang Gao
China’s Belt and Road Initiative: The rationale and likely impacts of the new structural economics perspective pp. 259-265 Downloads
Justin Yifu Lin
China’s Belt and Road Initiative and international business: The overlooked centrality of politics pp. 266-275 Downloads
Arie Y. Lewin and Michael A. Witt

Volume 5, issue 1, 2022

Globalization, economic development, and corruption: A cross-lagged contingency perspective pp. 1-28 Downloads
Rachida Aïssaoui and Frances Fabian
Explaining the rate of opportunity compared to necessity entrepreneurship in a cross-cultural context: Analysis and policy implications pp. 29-55 Downloads
Ratan J. S. Dheer and Len J. Treviño
Global patent systems: Revisiting the national bias hypothesis pp. 56-67 Downloads
Elise Petit, Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie and Lluis Gimeno-Fabra
Global value chains, import orientation, and the state: South Africa’s pharmaceutical industry pp. 68-87 Downloads
Rory Horner
State policies and upgrading in global value chains: A systematic literature review pp. 88-111 Downloads
Valentina De Marchi and Matthew Alford
Regional factors enabling manufacturing reshoring strategies: A case study perspective pp. 112-133 Downloads
Diletta Pegoraro, Lisa Propris and Agnieszka Chidlow

Volume 4, issue 4, 2021

Emerging from war: Public policy and patterns of foreign direct investment recovery in postwar environments pp. 455-475 Downloads
Robert J. Moore
Political corporate social responsibility in authoritarian contexts pp. 476-495 Downloads
Anna-Lena Maier
National security and FDI policy ambiguity: A commentary pp. 496-505 Downloads
Keyan Lai
Trade policies, firm strategies, and adaptive reconfigurations of global value chains pp. 506-522 Downloads
Gary Gereffi, Hyun-Chin Lim and Joonkoo Lee
Linking Malawi’s agricultural sector to global value chains: The case for community governance pp. 523-540 Downloads
Johanna Gammelgaard, Stine Haakonsson and Sine Nørholm Just
Value distribution and markets for social justice in global value chains: Interdependence relationships and government policy pp. 541-563 Downloads
Lilac Nachum

Volume 4, issue 3, 2021

Making sense of global value chain-oriented policies: The trifecta of tasks, linkages, and firms pp. 327-346 Downloads
Carlo Pietrobelli, Roberta Rabellotti and Ari Van Assche
The effect of institutional pressures on business-led interventions to improve social compliance among emerging market suppliers in global value chains pp. 347-367 Downloads
Anthony Goerzen, Simon Peter Iskander and Joerg Hofstetter
Understanding regional value chains through the interaction of public and private governance: Insights from Southern Africa’s apparel sector pp. 368-389 Downloads
Giovanni Pasquali, Shane Godfrey and Khalid Nadvi
Value chain approaches to reducing policy spillovers on international business pp. 390-409 Downloads
Christopher Findlay and Bernard Hoekman
The IO–PS in the context of GVC-related policymaking: The case of the South African automotive industry pp. 410-432 Downloads
Wouter G. Bam, Karolien De Bruyne and Mare Laing
Capturing value in GVCs through intangible assets: The role of the trade–investment–intellectual property nexus pp. 433-452 Downloads
Alexander Jaax and Sébastien Miroudot
Correction to: FDI in hot labour markets: The implications of the war for talent pp. 453-454 Downloads
Bettina Becker, Nigel Driffield, Sandra Lancheros and James H. Love

Volume 4, issue 2, 2021

From the editors: Reflections on the nexus of complementarity between international business research and the policy practitioner community pp. 201-205 Downloads
Sarianna Lundan and Ari Assche
GVC transformation and a new investment landscape in the 2020s: Driving forces, directions, and a forward-looking research and policy agenda pp. 206-220 Downloads
James X. Zhan
Exogenous and endogenous change in global value chains pp. 221-227 Downloads
Peter J. Buckley
Going digital multinationals: Navigating economic and social imperatives in a post-pandemic world pp. 228-243 Downloads
Niraja Srinivasan and Lorraine Eden
Improving the distribution of FDI benefits: The need for policy-oriented research, advice, and advocacy pp. 244-261 Downloads
Karl P. Sauvant
Trade policy shocks in the UK textile and apparel value chain: Firm perceptions of Brexit uncertainty pp. 262-285 Downloads
Patrizia Casadei and Simona Iammarino
Group subsidiaries, tax minimization and offshore financial centres: Mapping organizational structures to establish the ‘in-betweener’ advantage pp. 286-307 Downloads
Richard Phillips, Hannah Petersen and Ronen Palan
Trade agreement depth, foreign direct investment, and the moderating role of property rights pp. 308-325 Downloads
Jonas Gamso and Robert Grosse

Volume 4, issue 1, 2021

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: Can multinational enterprises lead the Decade of Action? pp. 1-21 Downloads
Rob Van Tulder, Suzana B. Rodrigues, Hafiz Mirza and Kathleen Sexsmith
Business alignment for the “Decade of Action” pp. 22-27 Downloads
Jeffrey D. Sachs and Lisa E. Sachs
Evidence-based policymaking and the wicked problem of SDG 5 Gender Equality pp. 28-57 Downloads
Lorraine Eden and M. Fernanda Wagstaff
Dynamic synergies between China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals pp. 58-79 Downloads
Donald J. Lewis, Xiaohua Yang, Diana Moise and Stephen John Roddy
Small- and medium-sized enterprises and sustainable development: In the shadows of large lead firms in global value chains pp. 80-101 Downloads
Noemi Sinkovics, Rudolf Sinkovics and Jason Archie-Acheampong
Financial benefits of reimagined, sustainable, agrifood supply networks pp. 102-118 Downloads
Tracy Van Holt, Martin Delaroche, Ulrich Atz and Kevin Eckerle
Governance in energy democracy for Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and opportunities for partnerships at the Isthmus of Tehuantepec pp. 119-135 Downloads
Jacobo Ramirez
Multinational enterprises and Sustainable Development Goals: A foreign subsidiary perspective on tackling wicked problems pp. 136-151 Downloads
Ru-Shiun Liou and Rekha Rao-Nicholson
More and better investment now! How unlocking sustainable and digital investment flows can help achieve the SDGs pp. 152-165 Downloads
Matthew Stephenson, Mohammed Faiz Shaul Hamid, Augustine Peter, Karl P. Sauvant, Adnan Seric and Lucia Tajoli
Investing in the Sustainable Development Goals: Mobilization, channeling, and impact pp. 166-183 Downloads
James X. Zhan and Amelia Santos-Paulino
Corporate uptake of the Sustainable Development Goals: Mere greenwashing or an advent of institutional change? pp. 184-200 Downloads
Addisu A. Lashitew
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