The Oxford Handbook of International Business

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David M. Berg, Assistant Professor, School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas.
Julian Birkinshaw, Associate Professor, London Business School.
Michael Bowe, Senior Lecturer in Economics and International Finance, Manchester School of Management, UMIST.
Thomas L. Brewer, Editor of Journal of International Business Studies, and Associate Professor, Georgetown University.
Peter Buckley, Professor and Director, Centre for International Business, University of Leeds.
John Cantwell, Professor of Economics, University of Reading.
Mark Casson, Professor of Economics, University of Reading.
John Child, Chair of Commerce, University of Birmingham, and Visiting Professor of Management, University of Hong Kong.
James W. Dean, Professor of Economics, Simon Fraser University and Kaiser Professor of International Business, Western Washington University.
John H. Dunning, Emeritus Professor of International Business, University of Reading and Emeritus State of New Jersey Professor of International Business, Rutgers University.
Lorraine Eden, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Texas A&M University.
John L. Graham, Professor, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Irvine.
Robert Grosse, Professor of World Business and Director of Research, Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management.
Stephen E. Guisinger, Professor of International Management, University of Texas at Dallas.
Jean-François Hennart, Professor of International Management, Tilburg University, the Netherlands.

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