Journal of Comparative International Management

This journal offers articles and research in the fields of comparative, international management.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 1, June

Do Ownership and Culture Matter to Joint Venture Success?
Previous studies show that equity structure and cultural differences are important factors that influence the performance of joint ventures (JVs). Based on the JVs contract database and Import/Export ranking database the analysis shows that the performance...
Interest Rates and Environmental Pollution
While there is a growing body of theoretical and empirical literature examining the effects of such macroeconomic variables as growth of gross domestic product, international trade, incomes distribution and foreign direct investment oil environmental...
Japan-Malaysia Free Trade Agreement: Expectations and Achievements
The Japan-Malaysia free trade agreement (FTA) was signed in 2005 and implemented from 2006 with the expectation that it would further enhance the trade and investment relationship between the two countries. Yet, research suggests that the trade agreement...
Management of Eight 'Ja' for Economic Development of Nepal
This paper proposes a theoretically grounded Asta-Ja framework of Eight "Ja"--Nepali letter "Ja", Jal (water), Jamin (land), Jarajuri (plants), Janawar (animals), Jungle (forest), Jadibuti (medicinal and aromatic plants), Jalabayu (climate), and Jansakti...