FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4  |  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)

Publishing Opportunities in the Journal of International Business Studies: Tips and Trends from Area Editors

In this webinar, four area editors of the Journal of International Business Studies will discuss key trends, topics and issues in IB research, as well as the best practices for publishing in leading international business journals. This webinar will include short presentations followed by a discussion moderated by the co-hosts.


  • Learn topics of significant interest to a variety of international business areas
  • Tips related to best practices for publishing international business research
  • Gain insights into the JIBS review process



YAN ANTHEA ZHANG, Rice University

Editorial Area: FDI and Technological Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets; Global Strategies; Corporate Governance

WILLIAM L. MEGGINSON, University of Oklahoma

Editorial Area: Finance and International Business

MINGYI HUNG, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Editorial Area: International Accounting and Sustainability Disclosures; Global Financial Intermediaries; Transparency and International Business

DAVID A. GRIFFITH, Texas A&M University

Editorial Area: Global Marketing




AHMET KIRCA, Michigan State University

DAVID A. GRIFFITH, Texas A&M University


Open and free to the public. Registration required. Zoom details will be sent upon registration.


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The International Business Research Spotlight Series is a project led by Michigan State University and Texas A&M University CIBERs. View previous sessions in the Research Spotlight Series at


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