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IJoEM Emerging Markets Prize
The International Journal of Emerging Markets (IJoEM) published by Emerald sponsors the IJoEM Emerging Markets Prize – awarded for the best paper in the Emerging Markets (or equivalent) track presented at the EIBA Annual Conference. The sponsorship of this money prize (to accompany one of the existing EIBA Conference Track Best Paper Awards) is gratefully acknowledged. Winners of the IJoEM Prize are officially announced at the EIBA Annual Conference award ceremony. The first IJoEM Prize was awarded at the EIBA 2006 Fribourg conference.
NOTE: The IJoEM Prize was discontinued in 2013 but resurrected in 2017. Information on International Journal of Emerging Markets is available here.
Wlamir Gonçalves XAVIER, Rosilene MARCON & Rodrigo BANDEIRA DE MELLO
Minor government ownership: Evidence from Brazil.
Andreja JAKLIČ, Anže BURGER & Aljaž KUNCIC (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
New strategies of new exporters: Forget the Uppsala internationalization model to survive.
Junzhe JI & Pavlos DIMITRATOS
Does Confucian Dynamism Complement the OLI Framework? A Study of Chinese Private Firms.
Alvaro CUERVO-CAZURRA & Luis Alfonso DAU (University of South Carolina, USA)
Structural Reforms and The Multinationalization Strategy of Developed, Developing, and Least-Developed Country Firms.
Churu LIN & Elizabeth L. ROSE (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) & Peter ZETTINIG (Turku School of Economics, Finland)
Internationalisation patterns of Chinese entrepreneurial firms.
Tina AMBOS, Bodo SCHLEGELMILCH, Björn AMBOS & Barbara BRENNER (Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria)
The co-evolution of charters, capabilities and structures in the internationalisation process.
Christian BELLAK & Markus LEIBRECHT (Vienna University of Economics, Austria)
Location Decisions of Multinational Enterprises and the Preconditions for Corporate Income Tax Competition in Europe.