ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of International Business and Economy (JIBE) seeks to publish high-quality research with questions, evidence and conclusions that are relevant to business, trade and commerce, and economics for scholars of all disciplines, particularly with global perspective. We receive manuscripts with a diverse mix of topics, framings, and methods, and our acceptances reflect this diversity.
More specifically, JIBE seeks to publish papers that ask and help to answer important and interesting questions in international business and economy, develop and/or test theory, improve on prior studies, explore interesting phenomena, review and synthesize existing research, and evaluate the many methodologies used in this field. The mission of JIBE is to publish research that tests, extends, or builds business and economic theory and contributes to management practice.
JIBE welcomes a diverse range of research methods and are open to papers that rely on various angles and perspectives including case studies, statistical inference, qualitative data, verbal theory, computational models, mathematical models, or mixed methods.
[Spring 2019] Volume 20, Issue 1
by Micah DelVecchio
by Pragya Bhawsar and Nachiket Gosavi
by Randolph Nsor-Ambala
by Pulum Kim
by Rakesh Kumar Sharma
by Arash Amirkhany, Pouya Seifzadeh, and Isar Kiani
by Sneha Bhat and Kirankumar S. Momaya
by Feihu Zheng, Wenyan Yin, and Zhiwei Niu
by Rashmi Arora and Rakesh Joshi
by Talha Harcar and John E. Spillan
[Spring 2020] Volume 21, Issue 1
by Mufeed Ahmad and Ambreen Wani
by Jimmyn Parc and Yeogeun Yonsue Kim
by Ajay Kumar Shinghal, Vibhor Paliwal, and Harish Nagar
by Yongshik Choe and Hyun-jung Kim
by Tamma Koti Reddy and T. Sita Ramaiah