Call for papers: Special Issue of International Business Review

Call for papers – International Business Review Managing cross-border knowledge for innovation Knowledge is central to organizations’ goals. Effective knowledge management offers the potential to enhance innovation through rapid learning and facilitates the development of new technology related to both products and processes (Andersson, Dasí, Mudambi, & Pedersen, 2016). In addition to the efficient exploitation of internal knowledge and resources, multinational enterprises (MNEs) seek to strategize ways to acquire and embed relevant knowledge through connections with external sources (Khedhaouria & Jamal, 2015). The cross-border sourcing of knowledge is important to MNEs, regardless of the home country. Far from being primarily … Continue reading Call for papers: Special Issue of International Business Review

Prof. Douglas Dow on his 2017 RIBS-Emerald Literati Award winning paper.

Professor Douglas Dow from the Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne, Australia talks about his award-winning paper: Born global firms and accidental internationalists: Has Hennart (2014) opened a can of worms? Full-text of the paper available for free for a limited time from: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/RIBS-02-2017-0012   Continue reading Prof. Douglas Dow on his 2017 RIBS-Emerald Literati Award winning paper.