TOC: Intl Bus Rev


International Business Review, 26(3)

Multinationality, R&D and productivity: Evidence from the top R&D investors worldwide
Davide Castellani, Sandro Montresor, Torben Schubert, Antonio Vezzani

An international examination of the economic effectiveness of banking recapitalization
Suleiman Tahir, Emmanuel Adegbite, Yilmaz Guney

Offshoring, local market entry, and the strategic context of cross-border alliances: The impact on the governance mode
Gabriella Lojacono, Nicola Misani, Stephen Tallman

Born Globals—Is there fire behind the smoke?
Eliane Choquette, Morten Rask, Davide Sala, Philipp Schröder

Stock payment and the effects of institutional and cultural differences: A study of shareholder value creation in cross-border M&As
Hyejin Cho, He Soung Ahn

Monetary uncertainty and trade in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: A firm-level analysis
Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso, Florian Johannsen

An integrated perspective of social exchange theory and transaction cost approach on the antecedents of trust in international joint ventures
Saba Khalid, Tahir Ali

Enhancing national innovative capacity: The impact of high-tech international trade and inward foreign direct investment
Jie Wu, Zhenzhong Ma, Shuaihe Zhuo

The delicate balance: Managing technology adoption and creation in multinational affiliates in an emerging economy
Xiaming Liu, Pekka Vahtera, Chengang Wang, Jue Wang, Yingqi Wei

Marketing capabilities, positional advantage, and performance of born global firms: Contingent effect of ambidextrous innovation
Silvia L. Martin, Rajshekhar G. Javalgi, Erin Cavusgil

Local conditions, entry timing, and foreign subsidiary performance
Chia-Wen Hsu, Homin Chen, D’Arcy Caskey

How do sub-national institutional constraints impact foreign firm performance?
Xiaoying Li, Laixiang Sun

Antecedents and consequences of liking in retail service relationships in China and Greece
Ibrahim Abosag, Thomas L. Baker, Kristina Lindsey Hall, Aliki-Dimitra Voulgari, Xiaoyuan Zheng

Highly skilled returnees and the internationalization of EMNEs: Firm level evidence from China
Xialoan Fu, Jun Hou, Marco Sanfilippo

Can outnumbered negotiators succeed? The case of intercultural business negotiations
Elena Dinkevych, Robert Wilken, Tayfun Aykac, Frank Jacob, Nathalie Prime