International Journal of Applied International Management

This on-line journal seeks to advance knowledge related to the management of internationalised businesses through the attraction of important original research. The journal offers new and established researchers a rapid path to refereed publication in areas such as:

This is by no means an exhaustive list and researchers are encouraged to submit articles for consideration on any relevant aspects related to managing in international companies. Applied research constitutes the main field of interest but papers with a substantial theoretical content and which have important practical implications will be considered

Volume: 1

Issue: 1

Exploring the Modes of Internationalisation: The Case of UK Business Schools
David Floyd and Jonathan D Owens

Critiques on Learning in International Joint Ventures: The Neglected Role of Culture as an Important Determinant
Jacky F. L. Hong and David J. Pollard