Dear AIB Colleagues,
To follow up on Jonathan Doh’s message below, the database described in the following article is available for downloading (Excel format) at http://hermanaguinis.com/pubs.html:
Attracting talent with international capabilities is critical for the internationalization of business schools and other knowledge-intensive service-industry organizations. However, limited coverage beyond the top cohort of business schools in existing research-based rankings does not allow the majority of institutions to use these rankings as global signaling systems of their research performance. This is particularly detrimental to the development of younger research fields, such as International Business (IB). Our Global Research Performance (GRP) system affords visibility to 1,029 institutions that publish in seven prominent IB journals and to a broader cohort of 3,352 institutions that publish in 149 high-impact business and management journals. GRP empowers IB and other scholars to demonstrate their contribution to their organizations’ legitimacy and promotes a data-driven approach to international talent recruitment.
All the best,
Herman Aguinis, Ph.D.
Avram Tucker Distinguished Scholar and Professor of Management
George Washington University School of Business
2201 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
Greetings: Below please find the table of contents for JWB Volume 52, Issue 6. As always, it contains several innovative, timely and insightful articles and a call for papers for a special issue on The Nature of Innovation in Global Value Chains. Best regards, Jonathan
Jonathan P. Doh, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Research
Herbert G. Rammrath Endowed Chair in International Business
Faculty Director, Center for Global Leadership
Professor of Management and Operations
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of World Business
Villanova University School of Business
800 Lancaster Ave, Villanova, PA 19085
610-519-7798 (phone) 484-343-7161 (mobile)
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