Journal of International Business Research

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

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 1, January

Banking on Success in the War on Terror
ABSTRACT The world is constantly evolving into a global economy with the help of open financial markets and technology. In synch with this movement, the sophistication of financial crimes is increasing as well. Financial crimes such as money laundering...
Consumerism: Statistical Estimation of Nigeria Meat Demand
ABSTRACT This study estimates the responsiveness of demand for meat to variations in prices and incomes on the basis of food demand data for the time period between 1980 to 2002 using an Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS) model. These findings are...
FDI and the Effects on Society
ABSTRACT The last decade has seen an explosion in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) especially in developing countries, where the returns on investment can be higher than in developed countries. Both developing and developed countries have liberalized...
Power Distance and Individualism as Cultural Determinants of Ethical Judgments
ABSTRACT The effects of power distance and individualism on perceptions of ethical intention were examined using data from New Zealand European and Malaysian Chinese commerce students. The aim was to assess the attitudes of these commerce students...
Strategies for Successful Repatriation
ABSTRACT U.S. multinational corporations (MNC) primarily send their best employees on international assignments to grow new markets, maintain existing operations (Windham, 1999), or develop high potential employees who can both contribute to company...
The Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley Act on Non-U.S. Accounting Firms
ABSTRACT The Sarbanes-Oxley (Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection) Act of 2002 is the most far reaching legislation to reform American business practices in recent time. This legislation changes the business landscape in the...
The Vietnamese Market and the United States: A Matrix and Historical Analysis
ABSTRACT This paper examines the Vietnamese market from the U.S. standpoint. Although American presence in Viet Nam dated back to the 60s, such presence had a primary focus on politics rather than economics because of the U.S. containment policy...
Wal-Mart's Learning Curve in the German Market
ABSTRACT Entering the German market would present Wal-Mart with many obstacles to overcome. When Wal-Mart decided to do business in Germany the company had to adhere to the many rules and regulations surrounding German businesses. According to German...