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. 2, September

Attitudes of South Korean College Students towards Globalization
INTRODUCTION In 2007, Dr. Helena Czepiech, Dr. Juanita Roxas and Yin-Tzu Jao of California State University and the author wrote a paper on the College Women's Attitudes Towards Globalization: Comparing Views from the US, Taiwan and the Philippines....
Cognitive Gap between Producers and Consumers in the Process of New Product Market Formation
In this paper, I explored the factors influencing product market dynamics from the perspective of differing knowledge structures of producers and consumers. In the first part, I defined a product market as a socially constructed knowledge structures...
Cooperation among Educational Institutions and Industry: Supply Chain Perspective
INTRODUCTION In the 21st century, the global market conditions have changed significantly. Such changes have affected the operations of not only private profit oriented organizations, but also public institutes and non-profit organizations. Most...
Cultural Diversity as an Organizational Resource: Survey of Guam Leaders
INTRODUCTION Why do we believe that a study about cultural diversity in Guam is important? What and how can this study contribute toward public and private organizations, better understanding of cultural sensitivity and competency for places...
Financial System and Business Activity in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia
INTRODUCTION Study Countries In 2004 ten countries were admitted to the European Union and in January 2007 two additional countries were admitted. Each of the new EU members has a unique background, culture, and economic outlook, but each ...
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...
Management Attributes of Implementing an ERP System in the Public Sector
INTRODUCTION Due to the changing technology occurring in the business environment, changes are needed in the organizational structure as well. Governments are constantly enacting legislation that influences how companies perform, and the trend...
Organizational Determinants of Contingent Employment in the Philippines
INTRODUCTION Contingent work pertains to a job arrangement in which workers have no long-term employment contract or one in which the workers' minimum hours of work vary randomly (Polivka & Nardone, 1989). Employment practices such as part-time...
Supply Chain Collaboration in the Philippines
INTRODUCTION One of the strategic operations management decisions of any manufacturing or service company is the management of its supply chain. Since the supply chain is the most recognizable part of a firm's value chain, companies would usually...