Research in International Business

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Hossein Askari

  • Challenges in Economic and Financial Policy Formulation: An Islamic Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, December 2014.
     
  • The Gold Standard Anchored in Islamic Finance, Palgrave Macmillan, December 2014.
     
  • Introduction to Islamic Economics: Theory and Application, John Wiley and Sons, January 2015.
     
  • The Next Financial Crisis and How to Save Capitalism, Hossein Askari and Abbas Mirakhor, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, June 2015.
     
  • Islamicity Indices: The Seed For Change, Palgrave Macmillan, November 2015.
     
  • Reformation and Development in the Muslim World: Islamicity Indices as Benchmark, Palgrave Macmillan, June 2017.
     
  • Ideal Islamic Economic System: An Introduction, Palgrave Macmillan, July 2017.
     
  • “Understanding Development in an Islamic Framework,” with Zamir Iqbal, Noureddine Krichene and Abbas Mirakhor, Islamic Economic Studies, Volume 22, Number 1, May 2014.
     
  • “Islamic Finance: An Alternative Financial System for Stability, Equity, and Growth,” with Noureddine Krichene, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 67, Number 268, March 2014.
     
  • “On the Stability of an Islamic Financial System,” with Noureddine Krichene and Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 67, Number 269, June 2014.
     
  • “A Gold Standard International Payments System Anchored in Islamic Finance,” with Noureddine Krichene ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, June 2014.
     
  • “Risk Sharing, Public Policy and the Contribution of Islamic Finance,” with Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 67, Number 271, December 2014.
     
  • “Severe Financial Crises and Fundamental Reforms: the Benefits of Risk Sharing,” Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, Volume 28, Number 1, January 2015.
     
  • “The Moral Foundation of Collective Action Against Economic Crimes, “ with Daud Vicary Abdullah and Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 68, Number 272, March 2015.
     
  • “Risk Sharing in Corporate and Public Finance: The Contribution of Islamic Finance, “ with Obiyathulla Ismath Bacha and Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 68, Number 274, September 2015.
     
  • “Benchmarking Objectives of Shari’ah (Islamic Law): Index and its Performance in Select OIC Countries,” with Alaa Alaabad, Zamir Iqbal and Adam Ng, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, January/February 2016.
     
  • “100% Reserve Banking and the Path to Single-Country Gold Standard,” with Noureddine Krichene, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Volume 19, Number 1, April 2016.
     
  • “Culture, Income, and CO2 Emission,” with Mustafa Disli and Adam Ng, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 62, September 2016.
     
  • “Radical Uncertainty, Non-predictability, Antifragility and Risk-Sharing Islamic Finance,” with Umar Rafi and Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 69, Number 279, December 2016.
     
  • “The Stability of Islamic Finance and Financial Risk Management,” in State of Islamic Finance: A Retrospective Assessment and Looking Forward, Zamir Iqbal and Zurina Shafii (eds.), Malaysia: Penerbit Publications, May 2015.
     
  • “Distributive Justice: An Islamic Perspective,” in Islamic Finance, Zamir Iqbal (ed.), World Bank, 2016.

Meghana Ayyagari

  • Ayyagari, Meghana; Asli Demirguc-Kunt, and Vojislav Maksimovic, 2017, What determines entrepreneurial outcomes across the world?  Role of Initial Conditions, Review of Financial Studies 30 (7) 2478-2522.
     
  • Ayyagari, Meghana; Luis Dau, and Jennifer Spencer, 2015, Strategic Responses to FDI in Emerging Markets:  Are Core Members More Responsive than Peripheral Members of Business Groups, Academy of Management Journal 58(6) 1869-1894
     
  • Ayyagari, Meghana; Asli Demirguc-Kunt, and Vojislav Maksimovic, 2014, Bribe Payments and Innovation in Developing Countries:  Are Innovating Firms Disproportionately Affected, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 49(1), 51-75.
     
  • Ayyagari, Meghana; Asli Demirguc-Kunt, and Vojislav Maksimovic, 2014, Who creates jobs in developing countries?  Small Business Economics 43, 75-99
     
  • Ayyagari, Meghana; Asli Demirguc-Kunt, and Vojislav Maksimovic, 2013, What determines protection of property rights?  An Analysis of Direct and Indirect Effects, Journal of Financial Econometrics 11(4), 610-649.

Heather Berry

  • Berry, H., 2017. Managing Valuable Knowledge in Weak IP Protection Countries, Journal of International Business Studies. Available online at DOI: 10.1057/s41267-017-0072-1
  • Winner, Dom Cabral Best Paper in Strategy/IB Theory, AOM, IM Division, 2013
     
  • Berry, H. and A. Kaul.  2016. Replicating the Multinationality-Performance Relationship: Is There an S-Curve?” Strategic Management Journal 37(11): 2275-2290.
     
  • Berry, H., 2015. Knowledge Inheritance in Global Industries:  The Impact of Parent Firm Knowledge on the Performance of Foreign Subsidiaries, Academy of Management Journal 58(5):  1438-58. 
     
  • Berry, H. and A. Kaul, 2015. Global Sourcing and Foreign Knowledge Seeking, Management Science, 61(5): 1052-1071. 
     
  • Berry, H., M. Guillen and A. Hendi, 2014, Is there Convergence Across Countries? A Spatial Approach. Journal of International Business Studies 45(4): 387-404
     
  • Berry, H., 2014, Global Integration and Innovation:  Multi-Country Knowledge Generation within MNCs, Strategic Management Journal 35(6): 869-890
     
  • Berry, H, 2013. When Do Firms Divest Foreign Operations?  Organization Science.24:2462-79.

Joseph Cheng

  • Cheng, J. L. C. & Yiu, D. (Eds.), “China Business and International Competitiveness: Economics, Politics, and Technology.” Special Issue. Long Range Planning, 2016.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C. & Yiu, D. “China Business at a Crossroads:  Institutions, Innovation, and International Competitiveness.” Long Range Planning, October 2016, 584-588.
     
  • Cheng, J. “Innovation Agenda is Selling Australia Short!” BusinessThink, November 10, 2014.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C., Birkinshaw, J., Lessard, D. & Thomas D. (Eds.), “Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in International Business: Integrative Knowledge and Transformative Theories.” Special Issue. Journal of International Business Studies, Summer 2014.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C., Birkinshaw, J., Lessard, D. & Thomas D. “Advancing Interdisciplinary Research: Insights from the JIBS Special Issue.” Journal of International Business Studies, 2014, 643–648.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C. (Ed.), “John Child and Chinese Management Research.” Special Issue. Management and Organization Review, Fall 2014.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C. “Country Context and Management Research: Learning from John Child.” Management and Organization Review, 2014, 337–346.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C. (Ed.), “Managing National Health Care: Economics, Culture, and Strategic Choice.” Special Issue. European Journal of International Management, Spring 2013.
     
  • Cheng, J. L. C. “Introduction to Managing National Health Care: Economics, Culture, and Strategic Choice.” European Journal of International Management, 2013, 135-138.

Danny Leipziger

  • Leipziger, D. and S. Yusuf, “Growth Strategies for Africa in a Changing Global Environment,” 2013, forthcoming.
     
  • “Ascent After Decline: Regrowing Global Economies after the Great Recession,” 2012, The World Bank and the Growth Dialogue, Washington, D.C., (edited with O. Canuto).
     
  • “Multilateralism, the shifting Global Economic Order, and Development Policy,” Canadian Development Report, 2011, (North-South Institute, Ottawa, Canada).
     
  • “Globalization and Growth: Implications for a Post-Crisis World,” The Commission on Growth and Development, 2010, Washington, D.C., (edited with Spence, Michael).

Yoon S. Park

  • Yoon S. Park and Hanjoon Kim, “Determinants of Credit Default Swap Spreads: The Case of Korean Firms,” Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial Cooperation Society, Vol. 12, No. 10, pp. 4359-4368, 2011.
     
  • “Developing an International Financial Center to Modernize the Korean Service Sector,” Academic Paper Series, funded by Korea Economic Institute, October 2011.
     
  • “Implications for the Future of the Korean Economy,” a chapter of a refereed book, State of the World Economy, 2011-2012: Whither or Wither? Johns Hopkins University, 2011.

Anupama Phene

  • Intergovernmental organizations and innovation, Jandhyala S. and A. Phene. Administrative Science Quarterly, 2015 60(4): 712-743
     
  • Communities and knowledge: An investigation of the influences of the innovativeness of Indian inventors in the U.S. semiconductor industry,  Almeida P., Phene A. and S. Li. Organization Science2015 26(1): 198-217
     
  • Knowledge spillovers and alliances, Phene A. and S. Tallman. Journal of Management Studies, 2014 51(7): 1058-1090.
     
  • Sourcing external knowledge: Clusters, alliances and acquisitions. Tallman S. and A. Phene, Oxford Research Reviews, 2014.

Scheherazade Rehman

  • “National Security and Financial Crisis,” Florida International University College of Law, the FIU Law Review and the Federalist Society, forthcoming.
     
  • “Access to Finance as a Critical Proxy for Banking Sector Soundness in Emerging Market Economies: The Case Study of Central Eastern Europe,” 2012, Journal of International Finance Studies, Vol. 12, No. 3, (with A. Kulathunga).
     
  • “Economic Development Conditions: A Survey of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC),” book chapter in Islamic Finance, (Iqbal, Zamir, editor), 2012, World Bank Group, World Bank-IMF Publication, Washington, D.C., (with H. Askari).
     
  • “Explaining the Returns of Active Currency Managers (For Public Investors),” October 2011, Bank of International Settlements (BIS) Public Investors Reports on Portfolio And Risk Management For Central Banks And Sovereign Wealth Funds, Bank of International Settlements (BIS) Papers No. 58, Basel, Switzerland, (with S. Nasypbek).

Liesl Riddle

  • Riddle, Liesl and Ayyagari, Meghanna. “Desperate Times, Desperate Measures: Gender Differences in Upward Influence Ethics among Egyptian Managers,” manuscript in progress.
     
  • “Adaptation of Interorganizational Networks To Environmental Change: Creating Insiders and Outsiders in the Turkish Clothing Industry,” manuscript revision in progress.
     
  • “Beyond Clear Winners and Losers of Quota Elimination: The Case of Turkey,” in Jiawen Yang’s (Ed.) Globalization and the World Textile Industry; paper was reviewed and has been accepted as book chapter.
     
  • Riddle, Liesl; Marano, Valentina. “Homeland Export and Investment Promotion Programs for the Diaspora: A Call to Research,” invited paper has been submitted to book editor, Dr. Jennifer Brinkerhoff.
     
  • Riddle, L. et al., “A 21st Century Assessment of Values across the Global Workforce,” Journal of Business Ethics, November 2011, Volume 104, Issue 1, pp. 1-31.
     
  • Ralston, David; Carolyn Egri; Liesl Riddle; Charlotte Karam; David Brock; Tevfik Dalgic; Arif Butt. “Managerial Values in the Greater Middle East: Similarities and Differences across Seven Countries,” International Business Review, 21 (3), pp. 13, 2012.
     
  • “Diasporas Entrepreneurs as Institutional Change Agents: The Case of Thamel.com,” International Business Review, 2011.
     
  • Liesl Riddle, Meghana Ayyagari, “Contemporary Cleopatras: the business ethics of female Egyptian managers,” 2011, Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues, Vol. 4 Issue: 3, pp. 167-192.
     
  • Nielsen, Tjai M. and Liesl Riddle, “Investing in Peace: The Motivational Dynamics of Diaspora Investment in Post-Conflict Economies,” 2010, Journal of Business Ethics, 89, pp. 435-448.
     
  • Gillespie, Kate; Liesl Riddle; Brad McBride. “Globalization, Acculturation, and Local Managers in Developing Countries,” 2010, International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 10(1), pp. 37-53.

Fernando Robles

  • “Management in a Polarized Latin American Region: Special Issue Introduction,” 2013, Management Decision, forthcoming (Number 8).
     
  • “Firm Strategy in a Polarized Latin American Region,” 2012, International Journal of Business and Management, 3 (2): 12-35.
     
  • “Export Channel Integration Strategy and Performance: A contingency approach,” 2011, International Journal of Business and Management, 6 (12), pp. 3-13.

Jennifer Spencer

  • Ayyagari, Meghana, Luis Dau and Jennifer W. Spencer.  2015.  Strategic Responses to FDI in Emerging Markets: Are Core Members More Responsive Than Peripheral Members of Business Groups? Academy of Management Journal. 51(6): 1869-1894.
     
  • Vasudeva, Gurneeta, Jennifer W. Spencer and Hildy Teegen. 2013. Bringing the Institutional Context Back In: A Cross-National Comparison of Alliance Partner Selection and Knowledge Acquisition.  Organization Science.  24 (2): 319-338.

Robert Weiner

  • “State Ownership and Transparency in Foreign Direct Investment,” Robert Weiner (with A. Cannizzaro), forthcoming, Journal of International Business Studies. 
     
  • “Multinational Investment and Voluntary Disclosure: Project-Level Evidence from the Petroleum Industry,” Robert Weiner (with A. Cannizzaro), Accounting, Organizations and Society 42, April 2015: 32-47.
     
  • "Loose-lipped Leviathan? Transparency in Private and State-Owned Multinationals," Robert Weiner (with A. Cannizzaro), Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings (Abridged version), 2014.
     
  • “Institutions sans Frontières: International Agreements and Foreign Investment,” Robert Weiner (with S. Jandhyala), Journal of International Business Studies 45, August 2014: 649-669.

Jiawen Yang

  • “State Ownership, Cross-Border Acquisition, and Risk-Taking: Evidence from China's
     
  • “Do Chinese banks perform better after IPOs,” Jiawen Yang (with Haiyan Yin and Jamshid Mehran), Managerial Finance, Vol. 41 No. 4, 2015. pp. 368-384.
     
  • “The sensitivity of non-U.S. bank stock returns to changes of U.S. monetary policy,” Jiawen Yang (with Haiyan Yin), Journal of Applied Finance and Banking 3(6) (2013), 25-43.
    Banking Industry,” Jiawen Yang (with Wenyu Zhu), Journal of Banking & Finance, 71 (October 2016). pp. 133-153.
     
  • Bank characteristics and stock reactions to federal funds rate target changes,” Jiawen Yang (with Haiyan Yin), Applied Financial Economics 23(23) (2013), 1755-1764. 
     
  • “An empirical study of bank efficiency in China after WTO accession,” Jiawen Yang (with Haiyan Yin and Jamshid Mehrana, Global Finance Journal  24(2)(2013), 153-170.
     
  • Value premium in the Chinese stock market: free lunch or paid lunch?” Jiawen Yang (with Yujia Huang and Yongji Zhang), Applied Financial Economics 23(4) (2013), 315-324.