Journal of International Business Research

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

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 2, July

Assessing the Quality of Earnings: A Survey of Financial Statement Users's Perceptions towards the Reporting Importance of Selected Categories of Information
ABSTRACT The earnings of an enterprise provide indications of both future cash flows and future earnings. To the extent the current rules of accounting measurement contaminates the quality of earnings, it would hinder such indications. The objective...
International Diplomacy and Ethics: Relevance for Commerce
ABSTRACT Diplomats are not guided by any specifically designed code of ethics ratified by the international political community. While individual countries such as the United States include Foreign Service personnel within the scope of their generic...
Letter from the Editor
Welcome to the first edition of the Journal of International Business Research. The Allied Academies, Inc., is a non profit association of scholars whose purpose is to encourage and support the advancement and exchange of knowledge, understanding and...
Resources and Performance: The Firm's Recovery from Economic Crisis
ABSTRACT A firm's response to economic volatility is a topic of interest to managers and academics alike. This study examines the relationship between resources for marketing and financial capabilities and performance of firms in recovery from economic...
Tariffs in Global Business: Concept, Processes, and Case Examples
ABSTRACT This manuscript examines the concept and processes of tariffs in global business. In the flowing sections is a review of the market-entry literature, an examination of purposes and types of tariffs, a critical analysis of four case examples...
The Possibility of Corporate Societal Strategy in China
ABSTRACT In the transition from a command economy based on a strong, socio-political ideology to a free market economy, the entrepreneur or corporate executive finds himself in an environment in which the values fundamental to business are questioned...
The Relation between Growth and Inflation Rates in Latin America
ABSTRACT Inflation has long been a problem for countries in Latin America. While some countries have made progress in addressing the problem, other countries have not been able to achieve sustained economic growth. Keynesian thought posits the notion...