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Journal of International Business Studies

Journal of International Business Studies  
Discipline International business, management
Language English
Edited by John Cantwell
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency 9 issues/year
Impact factor
ISSN 0047-2506
LCCN 98657338
OCLC no. 1604487
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The Journal of International Business Studies is a double blind peer-reviewed academic journal and the official publication of the Academy of International Business. It is published by Palgrave Macmillan and covers research on international business. The journal was established in 1970 and is edited by John Cantwell (Rutgers University). According to the Journal Citation Reports its 2011 impact factor is 3.406, ranking it 11th out of 113 in the "Business" category and 16th out of 166 in the "Management" category.


  • 1970-1975 - Ernest W. Ogram, Jr.
  • 1975-1984 - William A. Dymsza
  • 1985-1992 - David A. Ricks
  • 1993-1997 - Paul W. Beamish
  • 1997-2002 - Thomas L. Brewer
  • 2002-2007 - Arie Y. Lewin
  • 2007-2010 - Lorraine Eden
  • 2010-present - John Cantwell [1]

Most cited articles

As of January 2011, the top 5 most cited articles were:[2]

  1. Johanson, Jan; Jan-Erik Vahlne (1977). "The Internationalization Process of the Firm - A Model of Knowledge Development and Increasing Foreign Market Commitments" (PDF). Journal of International Business Studies 8 (1): 23–32.  
  2. Kogut, Bruce; Harbir Singh (1988). "The Effect of National Culture on the Choice of Entry Mode" (PDF). Journal of International Business Studies 19 (3): 411–432.  
  3. Kogut, Bruce; Udo Zander (1993). "Knowledge of the Firm and the Evolutionary-Theory of the Multinational Corporation" (PDF). Journal of International Business Studies 24 (4): 625–645.  
  4. Dunning, John H. (1988). "The Eclectic Paradigm of International Production: A Restatement and Some Possible Extensions" (PDF). Journal of International Business Studies 19 (1): 1–31.  
  5. Anderson, Erin; Hubert Gatignon (1986). "Modes of Foreign Entry: A Transaction Cost Analysis and Propositions" (PDF). Journal of International Business Studies 17 (3): 1–26.  

JIBS Decade Award

The "JIBS Decade Award" was established in 1996 [3] to recognize the most influential paper published in the volume a decade prior. The award is sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan. A selection committee evaluates the five most cited papers published in the volume of the year concerned and decides on the most influential paper. A special session is held at the Academy of International Business annual conference including a retrospective presentation from the award winner in addition to additional commentary. In 2009, the Decade Award was extended to include the 1970-1985 volumes of the journal, which had not previously been included.[4]


  1. ^ Positioning JIBS as an interdisciplinary journal - First Editorial from John Cantwell
  2. ^ Most Cited JIBS Articles
  3. ^ Decade Award : Journal of International Business Studies
  4. ^ JIBS 40th Anniversary Plenary and 1970-1985 Decade Awards

External links

  • Official website
  • Academy of International Business
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