Review of International Business and Strategy: Volume 32 Issue 1


Table of contents - Special Issue: International Business in Times of Global Disruption

Guest Editors: Anna Earl, Elizabeth Rose

Airline effective operations strategy during COVID-19 pandemic: across regional worldwide survey

Yazan Khalid Abed-Allah Migdadi

This study aims to identify the effective operational strategies for airlines in a pandemic that allow them to recover and bounce back smoothly.


Can blockchain-technology fight corruption in MNEs’ operations in emerging markets?

Matthew Davis, Thomas Taro Lennerfors, Daniel Tolstoy

The purpose of the study is to explore, with anchorage in theories about the normalization of corruption, under what conditions blockchain technology can mitigate corruptive…


Grappling for strategic agility during the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of the Russian subsidiary of a large multinational IT company

Igor Gurkov, Ivan Shchetinin

This paper aims to detail the actions of the Russian subsidiary of a multinational IT company, during the COVID–19 pandemic, aimed toward the exploration and exploitation of…

Effect of market versus nonmarket environmental policy stringency on knowledge sourcing behavior for green technology: evidence from OECD countries

Gunae Choi, Se Ho Cho

The purpose of this paper is to examine firms’ knowledge-sourcing behavior in green technology development with respect to the home country’s market- vs nonmarket environmental…

Mix and match: bicultural expatriates in multicultural Malaysia

Christopher Richardson

This paper aims to investigate the expatriate adjustment experiences of “biculturals”, defined here as individuals who have internalised at least two cultural profiles, in a…

When does informal finance help exports of emerging market firms? A contingent perspective

Nitin Pangarkar, B. Elango

The purpose of this study is to examine whether the usage of informal finance helps exports of emerging market firms.

Informal financing or debt traps: are the UN sustainable development goals being met in emerging economies?

Asfi Manzilati, Silvi Asna Prestianawati

This paper aims to provide new insights into the financing system used in emerging economies and how they related to UN Development Goals for sustainable development. The study…

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