The 2019 International Conference of Marketing and International Business (ICMIB) And Special Issue Workshop of Management International Review (SSCI)
The Chongqing Technology and Business University (CTBU) is delighted to host the 2019 International Conference of Marketing and International Business. This conference includes the Management International Review (MIR) Special Issue Paper Development Workshop. MIR is a prestigious SSCI journal, ranked on ABS 3* list. The conference organizers and Management International Review Special Issue guest editors welcome studies that include data from both frontier/emerging and developed economies. The conference will be held on August 20-21, 2019 in Chongqing, China. The conference registration will open starting Monday evening on August 19, 2019.
Ajai S. Gaur, Rutgers Business School (USA)
Joachim Wolf, The Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Germany)
Timothy M. Devinney, Leeds University Business School (UK)
Alfredo Jiménez, Kedge Business School (France)
Jeoung Yul Lee, Hongik Univ. (South Korea) / Leeds Univ. Business School (UK)
Conference Theme: “Marketing, networking and learning of domestic and multinational corporations”
Topics include (but are not limited to):
- International Business Strategy and Organization
- Economic Geography
- Global Value Chains
- International Business, Innovation and Knowledge Flows
- SMEs and International Entrepreneurship
- Internationalization from and to Emerging Markets/Transition Economies
- Finance and Corporate Governance
- Political Risk and International Business-Government relationships
- International Business, CSR and Sustainable Development
- International Human Resource Management and Cross-cultural Issues
- Research Methods
- International Marketing
- Marketing Research, Methods, and Analysis
- Consumer Research with Experimental, Quantitative and Mixed Methods
- Digital and Social Media Marketing
- Ethics and Socially Responsible Marketing
- Marketing Strategy
- Selling and Sales Management in Business and Consumer Markets
- Managing Customer Experience and Value
- Consumer Well-Being
- Advertising, Promotions, and Integrated Approaches
- Society and Culture in Marketing
- New Frontiers in Retail and Brand Management
Timothy M. Devinney (University of Leeds, UK), T.Devinney@leeds.ac.uk
Jeoung Yul Lee (Hongik U., South Korea / Leeds U. Business School, UK), firstname.lastname@example.org
Alfredo Jimenez (KEDGE Business School, France), email@example.com
The deadline for submission of abstracts, extended abstract, or papers is July 19, 2019. Please submit your work via email: MIR2019Conference@qq.com . An abstract should be more than 150-200 words, and an extended abstract should be more than 1,000 words at least. The submission document should be MS Word or pdf format. Font should be Times New Roman, and font size should be 12 with single spaced. There is no fee for submission.
As a part of this international conference, Management International Review (MIR) Special Issue Paper Development Workshop will be held in the same venue of the conference on August 20, 2019. The title of the Special Issue is “INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING AND SUCCESS- VS. FAILURE-BASED LEARNING OF SMES.”
Founded in 1960, MIR published its 59th volume in 2019. As of 2017, MIR's 2017 Impact Factor was 2.279, and 5-year Impact Factor (2017) was 2.752. MIR is also ranked on the ABS 3* list.
Please visit the Management International Review website at https://www.springer.com/business+%26+management/journal/11575 to learn more about the journal.
During the conference, guest editors for the MIR Special Issue and the MIR editorial board members will provide constructive feedback to abstracts or paper presentations to improve the quality of their abstracts or papers to enlarge the effect of the learning how to improve their research.
Expected acceptance notification date for the Special Issue Conference: July 29, 2019
Conference organization sponsoring institution:
Chongqing Technology and Business University
Conference registration fee: 1,000 RMB or 150 USD
Ajai S. Gaur (Editor-in-Chief, Journal of World Business)
Joachim Wolf (Co-Editor-in-Chief, Management International Review)
Timothy M. Devinney (Consulting Editor, Journal of International Business Studies)
Jeoung Yul Lee (Associate Editor, Asian Business & Management)
Hua Shang Hotel
No.33 Xuefu Ave.
For further information regarding the Special Issue Workshop, please contact the Handling Guest Editor Dr. Jeoung Yul Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org). For any other information, you may contact the organization committee chair or Dr. Jiafu Su (email@example.com).
Information about Keynote Speakers
Prof. Ajai S. Gaur is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management and International Business and Vice Chair in the Department of Management and Global Business at Rutgers Business School, Rutgers University (USA). In June 2017, He has been re-elected to serve a second two-year term as the President of the Asia Academy of Management. He is serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of World Business and a consulting editor at the Journal of International Business Studies. In January 2019, he has been awarded Rutgers Business School Dean’s Research Professor award for three years.
Prof. Joachim Wolf holds the Chair of Organization Theory and Organization Design at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Germany. Professor Wolf has published over 50 scholary articles and 15 books, most of them dealing with the management and organization of national and multinational firms. Since January 2006, Professor Wolf has been one of the Management International Review’s (MIR’s) Co-Editors-in-Chief.
Prof. Timothy M. Devinney holds the Leadership Chair at the University of Leeds (Leeds, UK). He is a Consulting Editor of Journal of International Business Studies, and has worked long time on the Editorial Boards of Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Global Strategy Journal, Long Range Planning, etc. Until recently, he worked as a former Co-Editor of Academy of Management Perspectives, Associate Editor of Management Science, Co-Editor of the Advances in International Management book series (Emerald), co-editor of Annals in Social Responsibility, and Director and Editor of the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). He received a BSc (Psychology and Applied Mathematics) from Carnegie Mellon University and MA, MBA, and PhD (Economics) degrees from the University of Chicago.
Prof. Alfredo Jiménez is Associate Professor at Kedge Business School in Bordeaux. Kedge Business School is one of the top 10 business schools in France. He has published several papers in prestigious SSCI journals including the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Management International Review, International Business Review and Journal of Business Research. At present, he serves in as a Senior Editor of the European Journal of International Management and he was recently the Lead Guest Editor of a Special Issue on Global Virtual Teams at the Journal of International Management and a Co-Guest Editor of a Special Issue on Success- vs. Failure-Based Learning of SMEs at the Management International Review. He has also been a visiting scholar in different institutions in Norway, Germany, Australia, Singapore, Italy, Ecuador and Mexico, as well as participating in the X-Culture Project as a member of its Advisory Board and instructor. He is project reviewer for the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and for the Government of Ecuador and Poland.
Prof. Jeoung Yul Lee is Associate Professor at Hongik University School of Business Management (Sejong, South Korea), Distinguished Professor at Chongqing Technology and Business University (Chongqing, China), and Visiting Associate Professor at Leeds University Business School (Leeds, UK). At present, he serves as Associate Editor of Asian Business & Management, on the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Business Review, and on the Editorial Review Boards of the Management International Review, Management and Organization Review, and Asia Pacific Journal of Management as well as on the Editorial Advisory Board of Cambridge Scholars Publishing (England, UK). He holds as a Handling Guest Editor of Special Issue on Success- vs. Failure-Based Learning of SMEs at the Management International Review, as well as the Lead Guest Editor of Special Issue on MNCs’ Evolution versus Decline at the Management Decision. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Sol C. Snider Entrepreneurial Research Center of the Wharton School, and he published two papers with Professor Ian C. MacMillan (Founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business Venturing) there as well as other 23 more papers in SSCI journals, such as the Journal of International Business Studies, Human Resource Management, Long Range Planning, Management International Review, International Business Review, Journal of International Management, Journal of Business Research, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. Among them a majority of papers are on the ABS 3* or 4* list.
The era of new industrial revolution and its impact on international business: Implications for Euro-Asia business relations
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea
7-10 November, 2018
Surrounded by technologies that are effacing techno-human boundaries such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data, robotics, virtual/augmented reality (AR/VR), drones, 3D printing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and autonomous vehicles; we are witnessing an unprecedented surge of technical, industrial, and social innovations. This surge is neatly named in some countries as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) or Industry 4.0. With threats to human identity, social stability, and economic security, these 4IR technologies and various changes induced by them cast doubt on the adaptive capacity of individuals and institutions and challenge the current business models. When machines replace not only repetitive labor but advanced intellectual work, what is left for humans? Nevertheless, the new technologies may present possibilities for many firms and industries with unprecedented new business opportunities. The question becomes: How can European and Asian entrepreneurs, companies, and scholars take advantage of and prepare for this new era?
This year’s conference invites academic communities to rethink the roles of firms, industries, and universities in the era of the 4IR within the context of Euro-Asia business relations. We welcome papers addressing—but not limited to— the following topics:
- Current technological advancements in Europe and Asia and how firms in each region adopt them to capture business opportunities and to cope with challenges,
- Policies and programs for 4IR technology development and management and the reactions of businesses
- Modes of solutions or alternative approaches to innovation in the face of blurring techno-human interfaces (such as design thinking)
- The impacts of the new technologies on functional level management practices in Europe and Asia such as manufacturing, supply chain, HRM etc.
- The impacts of 4IR on current economic and business relationships between Europe and Asia with particular reference to trade and investment flows
- Practices and measurement of 4IR-driven entrepreneurship
- How this dramatic industrial transition may affect the future Euro-Asian business relations
- Theoretical perspectives: how 4IR challenges affect existing theories in international and comparative business,
- Spatial perspectives: Regional growth models and cross-regional cooperative relations in Europe and Asia attempting to capture the potential of 4IR and the future of job and the industrial structure in developing countries.
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINES
There are three tracks for individual paper submissions. Please select the most appropriate type of session format from the following:
- Competitive Papers: The most polished and complete papers should be submitted for inclusion in competitive sessions (max. 8,000 words inclusive of all materials, including appendices and references).
- Workshop/Interactive Papers: Papers in progress should be submitted for workshop sessions (max. 6,000 words inclusive of all materials, including appendices and references).
- PhD Track: PhD candidates and other young scholars are invited to present their work, at various stages of progress (from the proposal stage to post-fieldwork analysis, but max. 6,000 words in length).
For all submissions the evaluation will be based on analytical rigor, methods applied, originality, and significance of conclusions.
Full papers—not just abstracts—for all three tracks (competitive, workshop/interactive, and PhD) are due by 21 July 2018 Friday. This deadline will not be extended.
Address any questions regarding this call for papers to the organizers directly by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3rd Thought Leaders’ Conference of Marketing Science and Innovation and Special Issue of Journal of International MarketingCall for Papers
Global Marketing and International Customer Behavior: The Case of China
Co-organized by University of International Business and Economics and Journal of International Marketing
International marketing operations constitute an integral part of life and long-term viability for many organizations due in part to the globalization of markets and intensifying competition across countries worldwide. This is particularly the case for companies originating from emerging markets and growth economies, which nowadays play a particularly important role in global world trade. The 3rd Thought Leaders’ Conference on Global Marketing will be co-organized by the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China, and the Journal of International Marketing, published by the American Marketing Association, on March 16-17, 2019. It aims to enrich understanding of advances and contemporary developments in global marketing theory and management practice within the specific context of China. China has been one of the leading countries in the world whose companies are engaged in international market operations of various forms. The international engagement of Chinese firms exhibits unique characteristics and business relationship development patterns and often is marked by innovative international marketing strategies that are conducive to the achievement of competitive advantage and strong performance in foreign market operations. For instance, factors leading to Chinese firms’ establishment, development, and maintenance of successful foreign customer relationships is an interesting issue for the Conference and the Special Issue. Similarly, drivers of international marketing and exporting strategies that, in turn, facilitate the achievement of enhanced performance outcomes are also of particular interest.
Broadly, marketers must understand customer behavior patterns in different world markets to effectively serve the special needs of different international customer groups. Thus, successful international engagement for Chinese firms is based on their understanding of and response to the particular requirements of individual foreign markets and consumers, which should drive the development of effective marketing strategies in those overseas markets targeted by these firms. Likewise, foreign firms operating in China need to take account of the particular characteristics and idiosyncrasies of Chinese customers. Broadly, despite considerable research efforts, it is not clear whether globalization of markets leads to the homogenization of consumer behavior or consumer behavior becomes more heterogeneous due to differences across nations, countries, regions or cultures. This issue, which is more important now than ever before, is not well understood and clearly requires further study to allow the development of effective international marketing strategies.
The aim of the Conference, and the Special Issue of Journal of International Marketing that is linked to it, is to generate insights on: global marketing and exporting, which add to existing theoretical knowledge and management practices of Chinese firms’ international market operations; and international customer behavior with the view to informing international marketing strategies, decisions, and actions of Chinese organizations operating in foreign markets. Manuscripts that draw on and integrate multiple perspectives (e.g., strategy, industrial economics, psychology, sociology, and/or consumption economics) are especially encouraged. The research approach can be qualitative, quantitative or mixed. Conceptual papers that focus on the strategic possibilities of global or export marketing strategies, and their impact on performance, and international consumer insights are also welcome. All manuscripts should have clear relevance to the international marketing field, share a focus on marketing strategy, competitive advantage and its drivers, or customers and translate customer insights into a strategy discussion.
The purpose is to summarize, draw from, and/or develop new theories and frameworks from the practices of Chinese firms and to provide a platform for scholars and practitioners in global marketing and related areas to share original ideas and discuss valuable insights. We welcome submissions of original academic papers addressing issues concerning global marketing theory- and practice-related topics in general, and international marketing and customer-based strategy and behavior issues in emerging economies (for example, China) in particular. In the Conference, we also encourage submissions of research in progress that provide new thinking and state-of-the-art insights to scholars and business practitioners.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
- Drivers and performance outcomes of export marketing strategies
- The role of resources and capabilities in driving international marketing strategies and performance
- Building successful trusting relationships in international market operations
- Dark-side relational aspects of cross-border exchange relationships and their impact on performance
- Developing effective international services marketing strategies
- Competitive strategies, positional advantages, and performance outcomes in international market operations
- Competitive strategies, marketing strategies, and performance in export product-market ventures
- International relationship marketing
- Developing effective digital marketing strategies for international operations
- Country of origin effects
- Developing effective global retail marketing management strategies
- Consumption experiences and consumer-brand relationships for local and global brands
- Consumer ethnocentrism, animosity, national identity, and cosmopolitanism
- Customer satisfaction and complaining behavior across cultures
- Consumer adoption and diffusion of innovations across cultures
- Social media, content, and online marketing across cultures
- Customers’ perceptions of CSR across countries
Submission to the Conference
All the submissions should be original work. Both full articles and high-quality abstracts would be evaluated and handled by the conference.
Conference submissions should be sent to: JIM2019@uibe.edu.cn
Deadline for paper submission to the Conference: December 10, 2018
Notification of acceptance: January 25, 2019
Prof. Robert W. Palmatier, Co-Editor, Journal of Marketing, University of Washington, U.S.A.
Prof. Constantine S. Katsikeas, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of International Marketing, University of Leeds, U.K.
Prof. Yonggui Wang, Dean, University of International Business and Economics, China
- Journal of Marketing Co-Editor, Prof. Robert Palmatier
- Journal of International Marketing Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Costas Katsikeas
- Journal of Academy of Marketing Science Editor-in-Chief, Prof. John Hulland
- Journal of Retailing Co-Editor, Prof. Anne Roggeveen
- Immediate-Past Journal of Marketing Co-Editor, Prof. Neil Morgan
- Journal of Service Research Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Mike Brady
- Asia Pacific Journal of Management Senior Editor, Prof. Kevin Zhou
Business School, University of International Business and Economics
No.10, Huixin East St., Chaoyang Dist. Beijing, P.R. China, 100029
Submission to the Special Issue of Journal of International Marketing
All manuscripts must follow the guidelines of the Journal and be submitted online through Manuscript Central at
Submission Deadline: Manuscripts for the Special Issue can be submitted during March 2019, and until Friday, MARCH 29, 2019.
Special Issue Editors:
Constantine S. Katsikeas
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of International Marketing
Arnold Ziff Research Chair and Professor of Marketing & International Management
Leeds University Business School
Maurice Keyworth Building
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT
Phone: +44 (0) 113-343-2624
Professor of Marketing and Strategy
University of International Business and Economics
No. 10, Huixin Dongjie
AJBS will hold its 32nd Annual Meeting in cooperation with the Academy of International Business (AIB) in Copenhagen, Denmark. The combined conference will run from June 23rd through June 27th. The AJBS conference is June 23 – 24 and the AIB conference is June 24 – 27, 2019. The Program Chair for this year’s conference is H. Richard Nakamura, from University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Program Chair: H. Richard Nakamura, University of Gothenburg
About AJBS: From its genesis as an informal network in 1982, AJBS was officially organized and held its first conference at the Wharton Business School in January, 1987. AJBS holds annual conferences at venues throughout the world, providing an opportunity for discussion of current developments and research on a range of business, public policy and teaching issues related to Japan. Papers for AJBS conference presentation are double blind peer reviewed. Accepted papers are considered for publication in the journal, Asian Business & Management (ABM). AJBS welcomes scholars, students and practitioners from all disciplinary backgrounds who are interested in Japanese business issues.
Why should you participate in both (AJBS and AIB) conferences? With one trip, you can attend both the most prestigious professional meeting in international business and an intimate conference that focuses specifically on Japanese business issues. The AJBS conference provides additional opportunities for journal publication and best paper awards, as detailed below.
Submission types: AJBS welcomes papers and panel proposals. Earlier stage papers may be submitted for inclusion in interactive sessions. Later stage, fully developed papers should be submitted for competitive sessions. Please note that final assignment to interactive or competitive sessions depends on reviewer inputs and other considerations.
Authors may submit papers to either or both conferences. AJBS will consider submissions that have already been presented elsewhere, but not published in a journal or book. Authors are encouraged to consider submitting a paper tailored to the specialized audience at the AJBS conference as well as a modified version appropriate for a wider audience at AIB. As done in past years, we also plan to have one session run by AJBS at the AIB conference.
Panel proposals are also welcomed. Panels should be focused upon topics relevant to Japanese business. Also included in the topics welcomed are those relating to what the rest of the world can learn from Japanese business. The panelists must have relevant expertise or background to inform the proposed topic. Panel proposals should include the names and affiliation of the panelists, a brief bio for each panelist, a description of the purpose of the panel, and an overview of the topics to be addressed. Panel submissions are not blind.
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, December 11, 2018. Please submit your paper or panel proposal via the AJBS online submission system (https://meetings.aib.msu.edu/ajbs/2019/).
We kindly ask you to upload your paper in MS-Word format. Submissions must be on letter paper (8.5"x11" or 216x279 mm), with double-spaced text and a font size of 11 points or larger. For papers, please follow the JIBS style guide (http://www.palgrave-journals.com/jibs/style_guide.html).
Please submit papers in MS-Word format (if MS-Word format is not available, please use a basic text format that can be easily converted to MS-Word. Please do not submit papers in PDF format.). To facilitate the blind review process, remove ALL author-identifying information from the papers. Papers will be double-blind reviewed, with the conference papers selected and authors notified by late February, 2019.
Conference Registration: Registration for the conference is handled through AIB and registration for AIB and AJBS can be done at one time. Membership is required in both AIB and AJBS, but AJBS membership includes a one-year subscription to Asian Business & Management.
Asian Business & Management: In 2003 AJBS established a partnership with the journal Asian Business & Management (ABM), published by Palgrave Macmillan in the U.K. As in recent years, the editor of ABM, together with the AJBS conference committee, will select several papers from this year's conference program to be considered for publication in ABM.
Palgrave Macmillan – AJBS Best Paper Award: Palgrave Macmillan has sponsored a ‘Best Paper’ prize at the annual AJBS meetings. The Best Paper Committee will review the finalist papers and select the winning paper.
For further information: Information on Copenhagen, the meeting venue and AIB conference is available at http://aib.msu.edu/events/2019/.
For questions regarding conference papers and submissions, please contact Richard Nakamura (email@example.com). For questions or comments regarding AJBS or conference registration, please contact AJBS.firstname.lastname@example.org or the AJBS President, Chie Iguchi (email@example.com).
The World Bank’s Senior Vice Presidency for the 2030 Development Agenda, the Academy of International Business (AIB), and the Journal of International Business Policy (JIBP) invite to the special conference:
Localization of the SDGs: Accelerating the implementation of the 2030 Agenda
Date: December 7th, 2018
Universidad EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia
There are 17 SDGs and 169 targets included in the 2030 sustainable development agenda. These were defined to have a universal coverage, with an emphasis in “ensuring no one is left behind”. This means not only that inclusion, empowerment, and non-discrimination are at the core of the agenda, but also underlining the national and sub-national contexts are different, and therefore localizing the SDGs is critical in the achievement of the 2030 Agenda and a sustainable and inclusive territorial development.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Implementation of the 2030 agenda at the sub-national and local levels
- Determining means of implementation at the local level
- Prioritization of goals and targets
- Defining implementation timelines
- SDGs as a framework for local and national development policy
- Political and legal framework for the SDGs
- Multi-level governance
- Aligning national, regional and local plans with the SDGs
- Advocacy, awareness-raising, dissemination and mainstreaming the 2030 sustainable development agenda
- From consultation and dialogue to action
- Democratic accountability
- Successful campaigns to communicate the SDGs
- Identifying local and regional champions
- Bottom-up approaches
- Top-down approaches
- Evaluating and monitoring the implementation of SDGs at the sub-national level
- Right indicators and proxies
- Data collection
- Big data analytics and the SDGs
- Developing financial and institutional capacity for localizing the SDGs
- Budget and financial strategies
- Fiscal reforms and financial transfers
- Partnership for the goals
- Measuring effectiveness of partnership between the private and public sector to localize SDGs
- Working together with local communities to translate the SDGs at the local level
- Contribution of MNEs and local business to end poverty in all its forms everywhere
- The role of academia in the SDGs
- SDGs working groups
- Learning experiences
- What works?
- Leadership by local authorities: Mayors and city councils as champions of the location of the SDGs
- Multinational corporations that have adopted the SDGs as part of their corporate strategy
- Transformative agendas led by the private sector
- Peer-to-peer learning
- What is next?
Potential publication:Papers submitted to the conference can be considered for inclusion in a Special Issue of the Journal of International Business Policy on the SDGs with a provisional deadline in September 2019.
- Expressions of Interest: June 18th, 2018
- Full Paper Submission Deadline: August 18th, 2018
- Communication of Decisions: August 30, 2018
Host: Universidad EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia
- The World Bank’s Senior Vice Presidency for the 2030 Development Agenda
- Academy of International Business (AIB)
- Journal of International Business Policy (JIBP)
Prof. Dr. Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez
Vice-President of Administration of the Academy of International Business (AIB) (2015-2018).
Full Professor of Management, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
This conference will be divided into two parts. First, drawing on their editorial experience in JWB, JIBS and IBR, three keynote speakers will provide an in-depth overview of how the field of international business is developing. They will highlight certain opportunities that can serve as fruitful avenues for future research, but they will also discuss what challenges we should overcome to advance current thinking in international business.
In the second part of the conference, a number of selected participants will have the opportunity to give short presentations on exciting and interesting new ideas that have the potential to create new research trajectories in international business.
The conference is sponsored by the University of international Business and Economics and there is no registration fee. To participate at the conference, please submit a short summary of your research idea (no longer than a page) as well as your name and affiliation to Dr Wei Zheng (firstname.lastname@example.org). For logistic-related enquiries, please contact Ms Dingding An (email@example.com).
Submission deadline: 03 May 2019 but participants are encouraged make their submission as soon as possible.
Ajai S. Gaur, Rutgers Business School, US
Ajai Gaur is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management and International Business at Rutgers Business School. He is serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of World Business and as a consulting editor of the Journal of International Business Studies. For details, please visit www.ajaigaur.com
Mario Kafouros, Alliance Manchester Business School, UK
Professor Mario Kafouros holds the Chair of International Business and Innovation at Alliance Manchester Business School (UK). He serves as Associate Head of Research in the University of Manchester and as Associate Editor of International Business Review (IBR). For details, please visit: https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/marios.kafouros.html
Rajneesh Narula, Henley Business School, UK
Rajneesh Narula is the John H. Dunning Chair of International Business Regulation at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. He is currently an editor of Journal of International Business Studies. He was Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Development Research from 2009-2014, and Editor-in-Chief of Multinational Business Review from 2014-2016. For details, please visit: http://www.linkedin.com/in/narula1