Journal of International Business Studies, 41(5), 882-905.
What does JIBS stand for?
JIBS stands for Journal of International Business Studies (Academy of International Business)
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We have 8 other meanings of JIBS in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation
- Juvenile Inclusion-Body Myositis
- Jakarta Interbank Offered Rate (Indonesia)
- Japan Internet Business Platform
- Jerusalem Institute of Biblical Polemics (est. 1981)
- Japan International Boat Show
- JISC-assisted Bibliographic Dataservices
- Jonkoping International Business School (Sweden)
- Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology
- Journal of International Business Strategy
- Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies (annual publication)
- Joint Intelligence Broadcast Steering Group
- Japanese Irrational Belief Test
- Joint Integrated Battlespace Test Methodology
- Japan Image Communications Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan)
- Japan Intercultural Consulting (Chicago, IL)
- Japan Investment Council
- Japanese Industrial Council
- Jazz Institute of Chicago (est. 1969; Chicago, IL)
- Jet Interaction Control
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It includes ten journals: Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ), Journal of Management Studies (JMS), Academy of Management Journal (AM J), Organization Science (OS), Organization Studies (OSS), Academy of Management Review (AMR), Management Science (MS), Journal of Management (JM), and Human Relations (HR).
Aiming for a variety of viewpoints, editor Hoekman (director, International Trade Department, The World Bank) made his selections from such sources as Asia-Pacific Economic Review, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Journal of International Business Studies, and Review of International Economics, among others.
1987), "An empirical investigation of factors influencing exporting success of Brazilian firms", The Journal of International Business Studies, 18(3), pp.
The Case of Indian Firms" Journal of International Business Studies.
Kobrin, "Political Risk: A Review and Reconsideration," Journal of International Business Studies 10 (1979), 67-80.
On the Relationship Between Firm Size and Export Intensity," Journal of International Business Studies 4, no.
58 References Agarwal S and S Ramaswami, "Choice of Foreign Entry Mode: Impact of Ownership, Location, and Internalisation Factors", Journal of International Business Studies, 23, 1992, pp 1-27.