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.
- Countries, Within-Country Regions, and Multiple-Country Regions in International Management: A Functional, Institutional, and Critical Event (FICE) Perspective
- Nations Versus Religions: Which Has a Stronger Effect on Societal Values?
- Regional Cultural Differences Within European Countries: Evidence from Multi-Country Surveys
- Does Regional Integration Change the Effects of Country-Level Institutional Barriers on M&A? The Case of the European Union
- Clusters and Regional Management Structures by Western MNCs in Asia: Overcoming the Distance Challenge