Journal of world business volume 32 index

Journal of world business volume 32 index

Journal of World Business Volume 32 Index TITLE B Building Cooperative Advantage: Managing Strategic Alliances to Promote Organizational Learning. D...

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Journal of World Business Volume 32


Building Cooperative Advantage: Managing Strategic Alliances to Promote Organizational Learning. David Lei, John W. Slocum, Jr., & Robert A. Pitts, (3): 203-223. Business Ethics Across Cultures: A Social Cognitive Model. Alex Stajkovic & Fred Luthans, (1): 17-34. C Competition and Change: Mapping the Indian HRM Recipe Against WorldWide Patterns. Paul R. Sparrow & Pawan S. Budhwar, (3): 224-242. A Contingency Framework for the Mode of Entry Decision. V. Kumar & Velavan Subramaniam, (1): 53-72. Cultural Implications of Implementing TQM in Poland. Jennifer Roney, (2): 152-168. E Examining Relationships

the Role of Buyer-Seller in Export Performance.

INDEX Nigel Piercy, David Cravens, stantine Katsikeas, (1): 73-86.

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Expatriate Assignment versus Overseas Experience: Contrasting Models of International Human Resource Development. Kerr Inkson, Michael B. Arthur, Judith Pringle, & Sean Barry, (4): 351-368. Expatriate Compensation in Historical Perspective. Calvin Reynolds, (2): 118-132. F Flexible Working in Europe. Chris Brewster, Lesley Mayne, & Olga Tregaskis, (2): 133-151. G Generic Differences Between Equity International Joint Ventures (EIJVs), International Acquisitions (IAs) & International Greenfield Investments (IGIs): Implications for Parent Companies. William Newburry & Yoram Zeira, (2): 87-102.



I Increasing Returns: Competing for Customers in the Global Market. Sandra Vandermerwe, (4): 333-350. The Internationalization of Management Knowledge Dissemination: A Dialectic. Leyland Pitt, Pierre Berthon, & Matthew Robson, (4): 369-385. M Managing Inpatriates: Building a Global Core Competency. Michael Harvey & M. Ronald Buckley, (1): 35-52. A Marketing Perspective of the U.S. International Trade Commission’ s AntiAn Empirical dumping Actions: Inquiry. Michael R. Czinkota & Masaaki Kotabe, (2): 169-187. 0 Organizing Global Communications to Minimize Spill-Over Damage to Brand Equity. David A. Griffith & John K. Ryans, Jr, (3): 189-202.

Protecting Intellectual Capital in International Alliances. C. Christopher Baughn, Johannes G. Denekamp, John H. Stevens, & Richard N. Osborn, (2): 103-l 17. R Russia’s True Business Performance Inviting to International Business? Avraham Shama & Margaret N. Merrell, (4): 320-332. Russian Managers’ Beliefs About Work: Beyond the Stereotypes. Sheila M. Puffer, Daniel J. McCarthy, & Alexander I. Naumov, (3): 258-276. S Selecting Partners for Successful International Alliances: Examinations of U.S. & Korean Firms. M. Tina Dacin, Michael Hitt, & Edward Levitas, (1): 3-16. Strategic Investment Flexibility for MNE Success in Russia: Evolving Beyond Entry Modes. Daniel J. McCarthy & Sheila M. Puffer, (4): 293-319.

P The Pricing of Export Products: Why Aren’t Managers Satisfied With the Results? Matthew B. Myers, (3): 277289.

T Towards Effective Management of Expatriate Spouses. Betty Jane Punnett, (3): 243-257.




A Arthur, Michael B., see Kerr Inkson. 390


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Barry, Sean, see Kerr Inkson.

Baughn, C. Ch~stopher, Johannes G. Denekamp, John H. Stevens, & Richard N. Osborn. Protecting intellectual capital in international alliances, (2): 103-l 17.

Buckley, Harvey. Budhwar, Sparrow.

M. Ronald, Pawan

& in

see Michael

S., see Paul

Harvey, Michael & M. Ronald Buckley. Managing inpatriates: Building a global core competency, (1): 35-52. Hitt, Michael, see Tina M. Dacin.

Berthon, Pierre, see Leyland Pitt. Brewster, Chris, Lesley Mayne, Olga Tregaskis. Flexible working Europe, (2): 133-151.




Inkson, Kerr, Michael B. Arthur, Judith Pringle, & Sean Barry. Expatriate assignment versus overseas experimodels of ence: Contrasting international human resource development, (4): 351-368.



Cravens, David, see Nigel Piercy. Czinkota, Michael R. & Masaaki Kotabe. A marketing perspective of the U.S. international trade commission’s antidumping actions: An empirical inquiry, (2): 169-187.

Katsikeas, Piercy. Kotabe, Czinkota.

Const~tine, Masaaki,



see Michael


Kumar, V. & Velavan Subramaniam. A contingency framework for the mode of entry decision, (1): 53-72.

D Dacin, M. Tina, Michael Hitt, & Edward Levitas. Selecting partners for successful inte~ational alliances: Examinations of U.S. and Korean firms, (1): 3-16. Denekamp, Johannes Christopher Baughn.




L Lei, David, John W. Slocum, Jr., & Robert A. Pitts. Building cooperative advantage: Managing strategic alliances to promote organizational learning, (3): 203-223. Levitas, Edward, see M. Tina Dacin.

G Griffith, David A. & John K. Ryans, Jr. Org~izing global co~unications to minimize spill-over damage to brand equity, (3): 189-202.

Luthans, Fred, see Alex Stajkovic.

M Mayne, Lesley, see Chris Brewster. Index


McCarthy, Daniel J. & Sheila M. Puffer. Strategic investment flexibility for MNE success in Russia: Evolving beyond entry modes, (4): 293-3 19. McCarthy, Puffer. Merrell, Shama.

Daniel J., see Sheila M.


N., see Avraham

Myers, Matthew B. The pricing of export products: Why aren’t managers satisfied with the results?, (3): 277-289.

Pringle, Judith, see Kerr Inkson. Puffer, Sheila M., Daniel J. McCarthy, & Alexander I. Naumov. Russian managers’ beliefs about work: Beyond the stereotypes, (3): 258-276, Puffer, Sheila McCarthy.




Punnett, Betty Jane. Towards effective management of expatriate spouses, (3): 243-257.


N Naumov, Alexander Puffer.


I., see Sheila M.

Newburry, William and Yoram Zeira. Generic differences between equity international joint ventures (EIJVs), international acquisitions (IAs) and international greenfield investments (IGIs): Implications for parent companies, (2): 87-102.

Reynolds, Calvin. Expatriate compensation in historical perspective, (2): 118-132. Robson, Matthew, see Leyland Pitt. Roney, Jennifer. Cultural implications of implementing TQM in Poland, (2): 152-168. Ryans, Griffith.

Jr., John K., see David A.


Osbom, Richard N., see C. Christopher Baughn.

P Piercy, Nigel, David Cravens, & Constantine Katsikeas. Ex~inin~ the role of buyer-seller relationships in export performance, (1): 73-86. Pitt, Leyland, Pierre Berthon, and Matthew Robson. The internationalization of management knowledge dissemination: A dialectic, (4): 369-385. Pitts, Robert A., see David Lei. 392


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S Shama, Avraham & Margaret N. Merrell. Russia’s true business performance inviting to international business? (4): 320-332. Slocum, Jr., John W., see David Lei. Sparrow, Paul R. & Pawan S. Budhwar. Competition and change: Mapping the Indian HRM recipe against worldwide patterns, (3): 224-242. Stajkovic, Alex and Fred Luthans. Business ethics across cultures: A social cognitive model, (1): 17-34.

Stevens, John H., see C. Christopher Baughn. Subramaniam,






Tregaskis, Olga, see Chris Brewster.

V Vandermerwe, Sandra. Increasing returns: Competing for customers in the global market, (4): 333-350.

Zeira, burry.


see William