J Intl Bus Studies

Introduction

Journal of International Business Studies, 51(8)

INTEREST CATEGORY: GLOBAL MARKETING
POSTING TYPE: TOCs


https://link.springer.com/journal/41267/volumes-and-issues/51-8

Perspective

International connectedness and local disconnectedness: MNE strategy, city-regions and disruption
Mark Lorenzen, Ram Mudambi, Andreas Schotter [Google Scholar]

Phasing the operation mode of foreign subsidiaries: Reaping the benefits of multinationality through internal capital markets
Jan Hendrik Fisch, Bjoern Schmeisser [Google Scholar]

Foreign subsidiary CSR as a buffer against parent firm reputation risk
Nan Zhou, Heli Wang [Google Scholar]

Cultural gap bridging in multinational teams
Julia Backmann, Rouven Kanitz, Amy Wei Tian, Patrick Hoffmann, Martin Hoegl [Google Scholar]

The effect of a worldwide tax system on tax management of foreign subsidiaries
Saskia Kohlhase, Jochen Pierk [Google Scholar]

Divestment response to host-country terrorist attacks: Inter-firm influence and the role of temporal consistency
Chang Liu, Dan Li [Google Scholar]

Global value chains and development: Redefining the contours of 21st century capitalism
Sarah E McWilliam, Bo Bernhard Nielsen [Google Scholar]

Correction to: Bringing corporate governance into internalization theory: State ownership and foreign entry strategies
Birgitte Gr√łgaard, Asmund Rygh, Gabriel R. G. Benito [Google Scholar]

Correction to: Global value chains: A review of the multi-disciplinary literature
Liena Kano, Eric W. K. Tsang, Henry Wai-chung Yeung [Google Scholar]