Management International Review
MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL REVIEW is a double-blind refereed journal that aims at the advancement and dissemination of applied research in the fields of International Management. The scope of the journal comprises International Business, Cross-cultural Management, and Comparative Management. The journal publishes research that builds or extends International Management Theory so that it can contribute to International Management Practice.
- Renewing Dynamic Capabilities Globally: An Empirical Study of the World’s Largest MNCs
- Information Costs in International Business: Analyzing the Effects of Economies of Scale, Cultural Diversity and Decentralization
- Simultaneous Impact of the Presence of Foreign MNEs on Indigenous Firms’ Exports and Domestic Sales
- Headquarters’ Managerial Intentionality and Reverse Transfer of Practices
- Bridging Knowledge Gaps: Returnees and Reverse Knowledge Spillovers from Chinese Local Firms to Foreign Firms
- Govindarajan, V., Trimble, C., Reverse Innovation: Create Far from Home, Win Everywhere, Harvard Business Review Press, 2012