Journal of International Business Studies

Papers
(The H4-Index of Journal of International Business Studies is 37. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals in international business136
Navigating cross-border institutional complexity: A review and assessment of multinational nonmarket strategy research128
Dealing with dynamic endogeneity in international business research102
Why the world economy needs, but will not get, more globalization in the post-COVID-19 decade97
Innovation in and from emerging economies: New insights and lessons for international business research93
Family firm internationalization: Past research and an agenda for the future87
The world economy will need even more globalization in the post-pandemic 2021 decade85
Fifty years of methodological trends in JIBS: Why future IB research needs more triangulation85
Reconciling theory and context: How the case study can set a new agenda for international business research83
State governance and technological innovation in emerging economies: State-owned enterprise restructuration and institutional logic dissonance in China’s high-speed train sector78
The influence of expatriate cultural intelligence on organizational embeddedness and knowledge sharing: The moderating effects of host country context75
The anatomy of an award-winning meta-analysis: Recommendations for authors, reviewers, and readers of meta-analytic reviews72
Unraveling the effects of cultural diversity in teams: A retrospective of research on multicultural work groups and an agenda for future research71
Research methods in international business: The challenge of complexity69
Back to basics: Behavioral theory and internationalization66
A general framework of digitization risks in international business64
Methodological practices in international business research: An after-action review of challenges and solutions57
Global scaling as a logic of multinationalization57
The theory and empirics of the structural reshaping of globalization56
Impact of informal institutions on the prevalence, strategy, and performance of family firms: A meta-analysis55
Illusions of techno-nationalism54
Institutional investment horizons and firm valuation around the world54
Foreign subsidiary CSR as a buffer against parent firm reputation risk53
Foreign direct investment along the Belt and Road: A political economy perspective51
Toward an action-based view of dynamic capabilities for international business51
Are firms with foreign CEOs better citizens? A study of the impact of CEO foreignness on corporate social performance47
Best of both worlds: How embeddedness fit in the host unit and the headquarters improve repatriate knowledge transfer45
Multinational energy utilities in the energy transition: A configurational study of the drivers of FDI in renewables45
What’s so special about born globals, their entrepreneurs or their business model?45
Robots do not get the coronavirus: The COVID-19 pandemic and the international division of labor42
Toward a loose coupling view of digital globalization41
The rise of techno-geopolitical uncertainty: Implications of the United States CHIPS and Science Act40
Platform-based mobile payments adoption in emerging and developed countries: Role of country-level heterogeneity and network effects40
Multinational enterprises and natural disasters: Challenges and opportunities for IB research40
Charting new courses to enter foreign markets: Conceptualization, theoretical framework, and research directions on non-traditional entry modes39
The role of business models in firm internationalization: An exploration of European electricity firms in the context of the energy transition39
E-platform use and exporting in the context of Alibaba: A signaling theory perspective38
Long-term energy transitions and international business: Concepts, theory, methods, and a research agenda37
Sharing economy: International marketing strategies37
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