TOC: J Intl Bus Studies


Journal of International Business Studies, 46(5)

Selective attention and the initiation of the global knowledge-sourcing process in multinational corporations
L Felipe Monteiro [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Why and how does shared language affect subsidiary knowledge inflows? A social identity perspective
B Sebastian Reiche, Anne-Wil Harzing and Markus Pudelko [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Going the distance: The pros and cons of expanding employees’ global knowledge reach
Shad S Morris, Bijuan Zhong and Mona Makhija [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Political risk and dividend policy: Evidence from international political crises
Tao Huang, Fei Wu, Jin Yu and Bohui Zhang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Marketing mix and brand sales in global markets: Examining the contingent role of country-market characteristics
S Cem Bahadir, Sundar G Bharadwaj and Rajendra K Srivastava [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

International coherence and MNE performance
Sokol Celo and Aya Chacar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]