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. SI. 1, March

Cash Flow Ratios: Tools for Financial Analysis
INTRODUCTION One of the four major financial statements that are directly related to cash is the statement of cash flows. The purpose of the cash flows statement is to report inflows and outflows of cash for a given period of time. Cash flows related...
Do Women Favor Globalization More Than Men?
INTRODUCTION Globalization has affected the economic and cultural spheres. Economic globalization refers to the deeper integration and rapid interaction of economies through production, trade and financial transactions by banks, multinational corporations...
Factors That Influence the Final Grades of Students in Managerial Accounting Course in De la Salle University
INTRODUCTION Educators advocate improvement of several approaches to teaching standards and practices. In the effort to improve education and to promote learning, appropriate pedagogic practices and various detailed learning expectations that are...
Letter from the Editors
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to this 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 features...
Multiple Intelligence in the Economics Classroom
INTRODUCTION There is a common euphemism in the United States, "Great minds think alike." While it is a funny saying, research proves that people actually do not think alike. As educators, when we reflect on this fact we find that perhaps the most...
Sustainable Management of an International Workforce: The Role of Information in the Management of Accountants
INTRODUCTION Demand for accountants in the United States (U.S.) and other developed nations remains high despite the current economic slowdown. Although many had predicted that in the U.S. the Sarbanes-Oxley-fueled surge was temporary, demand continued...
The Challenges of SME Innovation and Technology Upgrading in Developing Economies: Insights from Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines
INTRODUCTION Over the years, governments have given increased attention and resources to SME development for a variety of reasons. In developing Asian economies, poverty alleviation and employment generation have typically been cited as goals in...
The Impact of the U.S. Credit Crisis on Investor Sentiment: Evidence from Philippine Financial Markets and Institutions
INTRODUCTION In 2008, the subprime mortgage crisis led to the collapse and bankruptcy of a number of American companies, and the bailout or purchase of others. The impact of the crisis was not limited to American financial institutions and intermediaries....
The Perception of Employees towards the Management Accountant Roles as an "Actor": A Research in Bangkok and Surabaya
INTRODUCTION There are many perceptions about the roles of management accountant in organizations. Some perceptions, view a management accountant as a cost accountant with specific skills in production and control. In contrast, others view the management...
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