Journal of International Business Research

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

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 2, July

A Comparative Analysis of Significant Influences on the Accounting Systems of Diverse European Countries and the U.S.A
INTRODUCTION The main purpose of accounting is to provide to stakeholders, information useful for economic decision making. Stakeholders may be within a company, society, the government, etc. Since accounting is designed to provide information to...
Banking and Financial Crisis in Turkey from 1929 to 2007: "Impact Which Does Not Kill You Makes You Stronger"
INTRODUCTION Since the Turkish Republic was established, it has faced banking and finance crisis due to both external developments in foreign countries and internal political and economical developments. Nation's weakly constituted finance and banking...
Does Sarbanes-Oxley Act Chase Away Foreign Firms? Evidence from ADR Terminations
INTRODUCTION Foreign firms cross-list ADRs in U.S. to achieve greater capital access, overcome market segmentation, increased shareholder base, greater liquidity, and transparency (Doidge, Karolyi, and Stulz, 2004; Foerster and Karolyi, 1999; Miller,...
Do Partners' Differences Affect International Joint Venture Control and Performance?
INTRODUCTION International joint ventures (IJVs) are formed between firms with different organizational and cultural characteristics (Duan, 2007). Problems occur in IJVs due to the difficulties in managing them caused by the presence of two or more...
Impact of Internet Financial Reporting on Emerging Markets
INTRODUCTION The use of information technology for competitive advantage is well known and often applied by business firms. Using stock data for firms listed on the emerging market stock exchanges in Brazil, India, Indonesia, Russia, and South Africa,...
International Business Specializations of Accounting, Finance and Marketing Professors, 1994-2003
INTRODUCTION This paper investigates the teaching and research interests of professors of accounting, finance and marketing at U.S. colleges and universities pertaining to their specializations in multinational business. The stimulus for this study...
The Effect of International Currencies upon U.S. Stock Prices
INTRODUCTION The introduction of the euro in 1999 brought to the forefront the active research area of currency rate sensitivity. Early euro proponents foresaw the possibility of capital market integration that would bring a group of fragmented...
The Historical Roots of Chinese Cultural Values and Managerial Practices
INTRODUCTION China's recent and impressive economic gains have captured the attention of the world. With the world's fastest growing economy and largest population, China is poised to change the landscape of global business. China has become the...