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
The 2020 Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) conference will be hosted by the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. The conference will be held during 17-19 February 2020. The deadline for paper submissions for the conference has been extended to 20 September. Please refer to details below. Continue reading 2020 ANZIBA Conference
We are delighted to announce that Review of International Business and Strategy has received Scopus CiteScore of 1.42 for 2018. We would like to thank our wonderful editorial team, the authors, and the reviewers for their contributions and support. Continue reading Scopus CiteScore 2018
Was interviewed by Radio 2Ser Sydney on the possible impact of Brexit on British firms. Access by clicking here Continue reading Will UK Business Relocate due to Brexit?
I was interviewed by the China Global Television Network (CGTN) in August 2018 on the topic of the implications of the US-China trade war on Australia. Click here to watch the interview. Continue reading What are the implication of the US-China trade war on Australia
In December 2018, I joined former Australian Foreign Minister, Bob Carr and Industry expert Sandy Plunkett to discuss the Tech war between the US and China. The event was organzied by the Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI, University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Continue reading US versus China- Who will dominate tech? ACRI event
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.