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Thunderbird International Business Review

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Thunderbird School of Global Management is the editorial home of Thunderbird International Business Review (TIBR)a practitioner business journal that publishes the latest in research and thought leadership on global business practices. The Review, published six times a year, aims to be the most trusted source of useful and innovative ideas for global business managers. Its primary audience includes international managers and executives in global business and government.

For subscription information contact the publisher at jsubs@wiley.com or the editor Dr. Mary Teagarden.

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Abstracting and Indexing Information:

  • ABI/INFORM Database (ProQuest)
  • Business Periodicals Index/Abstracts (EBSCO Publishing)
  • Current Contents: Arts & Humanities (Thomson Reuters)
  • Emerald Management Reviews (Emerald)
  • PAIS: Public Affairs Information Service (ProQuest)
  • SCOPUS (Elsevier)

Article Topics

  • Globalization strategies
  • Cross cultural management
  • Global finance and accounting 
  • Leadership and strategic management
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • International human resources
  • Sustainability & ethics

  • Emerging market opportunities
Global supply chain management
  • Global marketing

TIBR January 2020 Issue

(GLENDALE, Ariz.) Thunderbird International Business Review (TIBR), Thunderbird School of Global Management's business journal, is pleased to announce the publication of its January/February issue, Volume 62, No. 1

Article topics include

  • Building Service Businesses in the Africa: Introducing the Business Builder Model

  • Fostering intra-BRIC trade and investment: The Increasing Role of China in Brazil’s and South Africa’s Economy

  • Technology from emerging markets, why serendipity played a role on exports of Brazilian software

  • Taking Services to Foreign Markets: A Taxonomy of Brazilian Service Firms

  • Establishment mode choice by Chinese firms in Latin America: The role of host country-specific experience and government official visits

  • Effects of Family Control on Degree and Type of Diversification: Empirical Evidence for Business Groups

  • A Componovation perspective of Innovation in Emerging Markets- Evidences from Indian Organizations

  • Dismantling Institutional Complexity behind International Competitiveness of Emerging Market Firms

  • Effects of Family Control on Degree and Type of Diversification: Empirical Evidence for Business Groups