TOC: Intl Bus Rev


International Business Review, 24(3)

Technology transfer within China and the role of location choices
Mario Kafouros, Elizabeth Yi Wang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Why people quit: Explaining employee turnover intentions among export sales managers
Evangelia Katsikea, Marios Theodosiou, Robert E. Morgan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The relationship between consumer ethnocentrism, cosmopolitanism and product country image among younger generation consumers: The moderating role of country development status
Zhongqi Jin, Richard Lynch, Samaa Attia, Bal Chansarkar, Tanses Gulsoy, Paul Lapoule, Xueyuan Liu, William Newburry, Mohamad Sheriff Nooraini, Ronaldo Parente, Keyoor Purani, Marius Ungerer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The human aspect of cross-border acquisition outcomes: The role of management practices, employee emotions, and national culture
Marjaana Gunkel, Christopher Schlaegel, Tobias Rossteutscher, Birgitta Wolff [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Just like a fine wine? Age, emotional intelligence, and cross-cultural adjustment
Heidi Wechtler, Alexei Koveshnikov, Cecile Dejoux [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Market entry modes in a multipolar world: Untangling the moderating effect of the political environment
Maria A. De Villa, Tazeeb Rajwani, Thomas Lawton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

State ownership, institutional effects and value creation in cross-border mergers & acquisitions by Chinese firms
Min Du, Agyenim Boateng [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Market orientation, managerial perceptions, and corporate culture in an emerging market: Evidence from Turkey
Attila Yaprak, Burcu Tasoluk, Cenk Kocas [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is the degree of internationalization associated with the use of knowledge intensive services or with innovation?
Richard Shearmur, David Doloreux, Anika Laperriere [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Local complementary inputs as drivers of entry mode choices: The case of US investments in Brazil
Jean-Francois Hennart, Hsia Hua Sheng, Gustavo Pimenta [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The incremental expansion of Born Internationals: A comparison of new and old Born Internationals
Martin Johanson, Oscar Martin Martin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Towards explaining subsidiary implementation, integration, and internalization of MNC headquarters HRM practices
Catarina Ahlvik, Ingmar Bjorkman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How do past mode choices influence subsequent entry? A study on the boundary conditions of preferred entry modes of retail firms
Bernhard Swoboda, Stefan Elsner, Edith Olejnik [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The determinants of FDI and the impact of the economic crisis on the implementation of RTAs: A static and dynamic gravity model
Bassem Kahouli, Samir Maktouf [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Impact of culture on marketing of health services – Elekta in Brazil
Maria Fregidou-Malama, Akmal S. Hyder [Publisher] [Google Scholar]