Journal of International Business Research

Publishes theoretical and empirical work in international business including articles on stock markets and globalization.

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, January

A Cross-Cultural Contextual Model of Work-Family Interfaces in Managing International Assignments
ABSTRACT The study is focused on work-family interfaces pertaining to international assignments with special attention to the role of family and leader flexibility in managing expatriate performance and retention. It extends prior work in work-family...
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An Examination of Structural Change and Nonlinear Dynamics in Emerging Equity Markets
ABSTRACT Recent equity market collapses in many emerging nations have made many of these markets the subject of much concern. Several emerging nations underwent a dramatic overhaul of their financial infrastructure in the 1990s as a result of radical...
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An Exploratory Analysis of the Relationship between Organizational Culture, Regional Culture, Causal Ambiguity and Competitive Advantage in an International Setting
ABSTRACT It is important for managers to understand the dynamics of competitive advantage in the global environment. Today, companies find more difficulties in distinguishing their core competencies and achieving a competitive advantage. The current...
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A Review of the Financial Markets in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries
ABSTRACT With the advent of globalization, which necessitated economic and financial development across the globe, the notion of setting the rules and regulations that would govern ethical domestic and international dealings became a foremost priority...
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Factors Influencing Faculty Research Productivity: Evidence from AACSB Accredited Schools in the GCC Countries
ABSTRACT This research reports the results of a survey investigating faculty research productivity. The aim of the study was to document the influence of series of factors on faculty research productivity and the corresponding level of satisfaction...
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How FDI Facilitates the Globalization Process and Stimulates Economic Growth in CEE
ABSTRACT The collapse of communism and the advanced Economic Integration of Europe shaped the global development in the twenty-first century. This study reviews the experience of Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries in integrating into the...
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Possible Effects of National Population Homogeneity on Happiness
ABSTRACT This cross-country study investigates what influence, if any, different measures of homogeneity have on happiness. Using self-perceived life satisfaction as an indicator of happiness, data from 65 nations are analyzed with regression analysis....
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