Dear friends and colleagues, 


We are delighted to announce the publication of the June 2022 issue (volume 31, issue 3) of International Business Review


The lead paper on “The paradox and change of Russian cultural values” is authored by Dina Chimenson, Rosalie Tung, Andrei Panibratov and Tony Fang. This is followed by three marketing papers focusing on outgroup favourability, online marketing capabilities, and commitment to luxury brands. Next are five papers on performance looking at the effects of networks, institutional support, IBR protection, intra-MNE learning, performance shortfalls and feedback. The following two papers focus on ambidexterity and the implications for performance and innovation. The issue concludes with three papers on potential determinants of firm internationalization strategies, and one on how internationalization impacts firms’ cash levels. Something of interest for everyone. 


Best wishes 

Roger Strange & Fang Lee Cooke (IBR Editors-in-Chief)


IBR 31(3) Contents 


The paradox and change of Russian cultural values 

Dina Chimenson, Rosalie L. Tung, Andrei Panibratov, Tony Fang 

Article 101944 


Consumer dispositions: Meanings and non-meanings of outgroup favourability 

Miriam Taís Salomão, Vivian Iara Strehlau, Susana C. Silva 

Article 101943 


The indirect effect of online marketing capabilities on the international performance of e-commerce SMEs 

Daniel Tolstoy, Emilia Rovira Nordman, Uyen Vu 

Article 101946 


Desire, need, and obligation: Examining commitment to luxury brands in emerging markets 

Jaywant Singh, Paurav Shukla, Bodo B. Schlegelmilch 

Article 101947 


International network formation, home market institutional support and post-entry performance of international new ventures 

Francis Donbesuur, Nadia Zahoor, Nathaniel Boso 

Article 101968 


Intellectual property rights protection and total factor productivity 

Zhongfeng Su, Chenfeng Wang, Mike W. Peng 

Article 101956 


Performance shortfalls and outward foreign direct investment by MNE subsidiaries: Evidence from China 

Ziliang Deng, Tingting Li, Peter W. Liesch 

Article 101952 


Performance feedback and export intensity of Chinese private firms: Moderating roles of institution-related factors 

Meitong Dong, Liwen Wang, Defeng Yang, Kevin Zheng Zhou 

Article 101948 


Learning from Older Siblings: Impact On Subsidiary Performance 

Garima Garg, Mayank Sewak, Anurag Sharma 

Article 101957 


Strategic ambidexterity and its performance implications for emerging economies multinationals 

Zaheer Khan, Joseph Amankwah-Amoah, Yong Kyu Lew, Pushyarag Puthusserry, Michael Czinkota 

Article 101762 


International business, innovation and ambidexterity: A micro-foundational perspective 

Yipeng Liu, Simon Collinson, Sir Cary Cooper, Daniela Baglieri 

Article 101852 


Dominant modes of economic coordination and varieties of firm internationalization support 

Florian A.A. Becker-Ritterspach, Knut S.G. Lange, Matthew M.C. Allen 

Article 101975 


The role of firm-level and country-level antecedents in explaining emerging versus advanced economy multinationals' R&D internationalization strategies 

Diemo Urbig, Vivien D. Procher, Philip J. Steinberg, Christine Volkmann 

Article 101954 


Outsidership, network positions and cooperation among internationalizing SMEs: An industry evolutionary perspective 

Xander Ong, Susan Freeman, François Goxe, Simone Guercini, Brian Cooper 

Article 101970 


The impact of internationalization degree on cash levels: Evidence from Latin America 

Aviner Augusto Silva Manoel, Marcelo Botelho da Costa Moraes 

Article 101949 




Roger Strange

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