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IBR Best Journal Paper of the Year Award
International Business Review (IBR) – EIBA's associated journal (included in the yearly EIBA membership benefits package), published by Elsevier – sponsors the IBR Best Journal Paper of the Year Award and accompanying money prize for the best IBR article (published in the previous year's volume) in terms of enhancing the field of International Business research in the future. As of 2006, the IBR Award is officially announced and presented at the EIBA Annual Conference award ceremony.
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Dana Minbaeva, Maral Muratbekova-Touron, Dilek Zamantili Nayir & Solon Moreira
‘Individual responses to competing institutional logics in emerging markets’
IBR, 30(4), 101778.
Diana W.P. KWOK, Pierre-Xavier MESCHI & Olivier BERTRAND
In CEOs we trust: When religion matters in cross-border acquisitions. The case of a multifaith country.
IBR, 2021, 29(4): 101705.
Megan Yuan LI (Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics), Shige MAKINO (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
& Chunyan JIANG (Nanjing University Business School)
Does national sentiment affect foreign direct investment, and if so, how? Additional evidence.
IBR, October 2019, 28(5), ref. 101586.
Giovanna MAGNANI & Antonella ZUCCHELLA (University of Pavia), Dinorà Eliete FLORIANI (University of Vale do Itajaí)
The logic behind foreign market selection: Objective distance dimensions vs. strategic objectives and psychic distance.
IBR, February 2018, 27(1), pp. 1-20.
Xialoan FU (University of Oxford), Jun HOU (Nanjing Audit University) & Marco SANFILIPPO (University of Bari | University of Antwerp)
Highly skilled returnees and the internationalization of EMNEs: Firm level evidence from China.
IBR, June 2017, 26(3), pp. 579-591.
Mohammad Faisal AHAMMAD (University of Leeds), Shlomo TARBA (University of Birmingham), Yipeng LIU (University of Birmingham)
& Keith GLAISTER (University of Warwick)
Knowledge transfer and cross-border acquisition performance: The impact of cultural distance and employee retention.
IBR, February 2016, 25(1), pp. 66-75.
Emmanuel ADEGBITE (Leicester Business School)
Good corporate governance in Nigeria: Antecedents, propositions and peculiarities.
IBR, April 2015, 24(2), pp. 319-330.
Alessandra PERRI (Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia) & Ulf ANDERSSON (Mälardalen University | BI Norwegian Business School)
Knowledge outflows from foreign subsidiaries and the tension between knowledge creation and knowledge protection:
Evidence from the semiconductor industry.
IBR, February 2014, 23(1), pp. 63-75.
Chiara FRANCO (University of Bologna)
Exports and FDI motivations: Empirical evidence from U.S. foreign subsidiaries.
IBR, February 2013, 22(1), pp. 47-62.
C. WANG, J. HONG, M. KAFOUROS & A. BOATENG
What drives outward FDI of Chinese firms? Testing the explanatory power of three theoretical frameworks.
Jan-Erik VAHLNE, Inge IVARSSON & Jan JOHANSSON
The tortuous road to globalization for Volvo’s heavy truck business: Extending the scope of the Uppsala model.
IBR, February 2011, 20(1), pp. 1-14.
Mo YAMIN (University of Manchester) & Sougand GOLESORKHI (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Cultural distance and the pattern of equity ownership structure in international joint ventures.
IBR, October 2010, 19(5).
Sverre TOMASSEN & Gabriel BENITO
The costs of governance in international companies.
IBR, June 2009, 18(3): pp. 292-304.
Sjoerd BEUGELSDIJK (University of Groningen), Roger SMEETS & Remco ZWINKELS (Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands)
The impact of horizontal and vertical FDI on host country's economic growth.
Xuefei MA & Andrew DELIOS (National University of Singapore)
A new tale of two cities: Japanese FDIs in Shanghai and Beijing, 1979-2003.
Li DONG & Keith GLAISTER (University of Sheffield)
Motives and partner selection criteria in international strategic alliances: Perspectives of Chinese firms.
Michael MOL (Reading University), Rob VAN TULDER & Paul BEIJE (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Antecedents and performance consequences of international outsourcing.