RIBS 30th Anniversary Virtual Issue

Review of International Business and Strategy (RIBS) is pleased to offer free access to these selected papers in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the journal’s publication. These papers will be available for free until July 6. Please click on the article titles to access them.

“Formal institutional uncertainty and equity sought on foreign market entry: does industry matter?”, Kashif Ahmed, Ralf Bebenroth, Jean-François Hennart

Advancing the entrepreneurial orientation construct: the role of passion and perseverance”, Stephan Gerschewski, Valerie J. Lindsay, Elizabeth Rose

Born global firms and accidental internationalists: Has Hennart (2014) opened a can of worms?”, Douglas Dow

Born global on blockchain”, Tatiana Zalan

Aztec multilatinas: characteristics and strategies of Mexican multinationals”, Jose L. Huesca-Dorantes, Snejina Michailova, Christina Stringer

Scenario planning as organizational intervention: An integrative framework and future research directions”, Jose Balarezo, Bo Bernhard Nielsen

Testing IB theories with meta-analytic structural equation modeling: The TSSEM approach and the Univariate-r approach”, Ryan W. Tang, Mike W.-L. Cheung

The effect of high performance work system strength on organizational effectiveness: Opportunities for international joint ventures by foreign firms”, Dushar Kamini Dayarathna, Peter John Dowling, Timothy Bartram

““I see the future”: Associations between innovation and resources in the case of an exporting Western Australian regional family firm”, Abel Duarte Alonso, Ian Patrick Austin

The internationalisation of service-sector SMEs in an emerging market: Insights from business training and consultancy firms in Malaysia”, Ooi, S.M. and Richardson, C.

For more information about RIBS, including details on how to publish with us, please visit the journal homepage.

If you would like to submit a paper, visit the online submission site.

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