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.
- A Process-Based Explanation of the Psychic Distance Paradox: Evidence from Global Virtual Teams
- A Linguistic and Philosophical Analysis of Emic and Etic and their Use in International Business Research
- High-Performance Work Systems and Organizational Performance in Emerging Economies: Evidence from MNEs in Turkey
- Human Resource Management in Multinational Enterprises: Evidence From a Late Industrializing Economy
- Long-Term Orientation and Relationship Lending: A Cross-Cultural Study on the Effect of Time Preferences on the Choice of Corporate Debt
- Wadhwa, V., Salkever, A., The Immigrant Exodus: Why America is Losing the Global Race to Capture Entrepreneurial Talent, Wharton Digital Press, 2012