Journal of International Business Research

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

Articles from Vol. 7, No. 1, March

An Alternate World: The Development of a Virtual U.S. Bank
INTRODUCTION American academic lore identifies the ideal educational model as having someone like Mark Hopkins on one end of a log and a student on the other (Kunitz, 1964). Unfortunately the image overlooks the use of technology developed to...
An Inquiry into the Characteristics of Entrepreneurship in India
INTRODUCTION A recent hit Hindi film, "Chak De India," about a disgraced soccer star who returns to coach a diverse group of Indian women, and inspires them to win the World Cup, captures the pulse of a new India. The term "Chak De," which means...
Characteristics and Skills of Implementing an ERP System in the Guam Public Sector
INTRODUCTION This study identified the benefits of implementing an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system in the public sector. Some benefits in implementing an ERP system in the public sector would include lower operational costs, timely...
Choice of Inventory Costing Method of Selected Companies in the Philippines
INTRODUCTION Inventory is defined as a detailed, itemized list, report, or record of things in one's possession, especially a periodic survey of all goods and materials in stock. Inventories are essential for merchandising and manufacturing businesses....
Factors That Influence Small and Medium Enterprises in Metro Manila to Choose between Accrual and Cash Accounting
INTRODUCTION In this age of globalization, the harmonization of financial reporting requirements has become a necessity. The convergence of accounting standards worldwide helps ensure the increased level of confidence among investors and other...
Letter from the Editors
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to this Special Issue of the Journal of International Business Research, a journal published by the Allied Academies to support the exchange of ideas and insights in International Business. This issue...
SME Development and Technology Upgrading in Malaysia: Lessons for the Philippines
INTRODUCTION Small- and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) play a significant role in developing economies. Among their contributions are as follows: (a) they address poverty by creating jobs and by increasing incomes; (b) they disperse economic...
Trends of Labour Demand for High-Skilled Workers and Their Wages in Thailand
INTRODUCTION Under rapid industrialization and globalization, not only final product and service markets, but also the labour markets are making their adjustment to response to the globalization. The impact of the globalization on the labour...