Dear colleagues,

Vol 32, Issue 1 of Review of International Business and Strategy <> is now published. The issue includes papers in the special issue on International Business in Times of Global Disruption, guest-edited by Anna Earl and Elizabeth Rose, and four regular issue articles (please see table of contents below).


Other recently published special issues include:

Gender Differences in Developing Global Marketing Strategies (Vol. 31, Issue 3) <> – Guest Editors: Ali Tarhini, Nisreen Ameen, and Cihan Cobanoglu


Blockchain and the Multinational Enterprise (Vol. 30, Issue 2) <> – Guest Editors: Rui Torres de Oliveira, Marta Indulska, and Tatiana Zalan


The EarlyCite <> articles cover various IB topics, including modern slavery <>, FDI in primary sectors <>, early internationalization <>, international business negotiations <>, etc.


Review of International Business and Strategy <> 

Volume 32, Issue 1 <>
Special Issue: International Business in Times of Global Disruption

Guest Editors: Anna Earl, Elizabeth Rose


Guest editorial: International business in times of global disruption <>
Anna Earl, Elizabeth Rose


Airline effective operations strategy during COVID-19 pandemic: across regional worldwide survey <>
Yazan Khalid Abed-Allah Migdadi

Can blockchain-technology fight corruption in MNEs’ operations in emerging markets? <> – OPEN ACCESS

Matthew Davis, Thomas Taro Lennerfors, Daniel Tolstoy


Grappling for strategic agility during the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of the Russian subsidiary of a large multinational IT company <>
Igor Gurkov, Ivan Shchetinin



Effect of market versus nonmarket environmental policy stringency on knowledge sourcing behavior for green technology: evidence from OECD countries <>
Gunae Choi, Se Ho Cho


Mix and match: bicultural expatriates in multicultural Malaysia <>
Christopher Richardson


When does informal finance help exports of emerging market firms? A contingent perspective <>
Nitin Pangarkar, B. Elango


Informal financing or debt traps: are the UN sustainable development goals being met in emerging economies? <>
Asfi Manzilati, Silvi Asna Prestianawati 


Hussain Rammal and Elizabeth Rose

Co-Editors: Review of International Business and Strategy

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