J Intl Bus Studies


Journal of International Business Studies, 52(9)



What’s so special about born globals, their entrepreneurs or their business model?
Jean-François Hennart, Antonio Majocchi, Birgit Hagen [Google Scholar]

Perlmutter revisited: Revealing the anomic mindset
Alexandre Bohas, Michael J. Morley, Aseem Kinra [Google Scholar]

The influence of generalized and arbitrary institutional inefficiencies on the ownership decision in cross-border acquisitions
Christian Falaster, Manuel Portugal Ferreira, Dan Li [Google Scholar]

Corruption level and uncertainty, FDI and domestic investment
Jan Hanousek, Anastasiya Shamshur, Jan Svejnar, Jiri Tresl [Google Scholar]

Political elections and corporate investment: International evidence
Mario Daniele Amore, Margherita Corina [Google Scholar]

More alike than different? A comparison of variance explained by cross-cultural models
James G. Field, Frank A. Bosco, David Kraichy, Krista L. Uggerslev, Mingang K. Geiger [Google Scholar]

Review Article

Navigating cross-border institutional complexity: A review and assessment of multinational nonmarket strategy research
Pei Sun, Jonathan P. Doh, Tazeeb Rajwani, Donald Siegel [Google Scholar]

Research Notes

The dynamic process of pro-market reforms and foreign affiliate performance: When to seek local, subnational, or global help?
Christine M. Chan, Jialin Du [Google Scholar]

Research Note

A cross-cultural exploratory analysis of pandemic growth: The case of COVID-19
Ratan J. S. Dheer, Carolyn P. Egri, Len J. Treviño [Google Scholar]

Book Review

Cross-cultural management revisited: A qualitative approach
Susanne Tietze [Google Scholar]