Dear Colleagues,
we are pleased to announce the latest issue of Review of International Business and Strategy. 

In particular, we would like to highlight the article by Massimo Garbuio and Dan Lovallo on Does organizational politics kill company growth? <> This article can be accessed for free for a limited time. 

With best wishes,
Hussain Rammal and Elizabeth Rose
Co-Editors, Review of International Business and Strategy <>

         <>Review of International Business and Strategy <>  <>
Volume 27, Issue 4 <>Volume 27, Issue  <>4

Editorial Team <>    Author Guidelines <>     Table of Contents <>                        


Does organizational politics kill company growth? <>

Massimo Garbuio  <>, Dan Lovallo <>

Inward retail internationalization and exogenous – based outshopping on the US-Mexico border <>

John Hadjimarcou  <>, Jessica Herrera  <>, Dalila Salazar <>

Cultural values, institutional arrangements and stakeholder management culture: A cross-national study <>

Kamalesh Kumar  <>, Giacomo Boesso  <>, Jun Yao <>

Export promotion programmes and export performance: A study of selected SMEs in the manufacturing sector of Ghana <>

Daniel M. Quaye  <>, Kwame Ntim Sekyere  <>, George Acheampong <>

Does the country of origin of a halal logo matter? The case of packaged food purchases <>

Nazlida Muhamad  <>, Vai Shiem Leong  <>, Normalisa Md Isa <>

Insurance effect on economic growth – among economies in various phases of development <>

Sajid Mohy ul din  <>, Angappan Regupathi  <>, Arpah Abu-Bakar <> 

The relationship between access to finance and growth of SMEs in developing economies: Financial literacy as a moderator <>

George Okello Candiya Bongomin  <>, Joseph Mpeera Ntayi  <>, John C. Munene  <>, Charles Akol Malinga <>


Dr. Hussain G. Rammal
Coordinator – Higher Degree by Research – Management Discipline Group
University of Technology Sydney
T. +61 (02) 9514 3246
PO Box 123. Broadway NSW 2007 Australia​​ <>
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