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Journal Title:Journal of International Management Studies
Journal ISSN:1930-6105
Journal E-ISSN:2378-9557
Publication Frequency:1 issue per year
Acceptance Rate:21% of submitted papers
Editor's E-mail:editor@JIMS-journal.org
Journal Website:JIMS-journal.org
Paper Review Process:As shown on JIMS-journal.org



 
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2021
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-21-1.1Joyce, Bill (2021). ON TEACHING INSTITUTIONS, RESEARCH AND SEPARATE ACCOUNTING ACCREDITATION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 21(1), 5-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-21-1.2Kaushik, Neetu (2021). AN ANALYSIS OF TEAM BASED LEARNING PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH IN INTRODUCTORY ECONOMICS CLASSES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 21(1), 15-23.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-21-1.3Wang, Kuo-Yan, & Yu, Jing, & Ning, Chia-Yang (2021). SEASHORE TOURISM POLICY SELECTION AND LOCAL INHABITANT SATISFACTION EVALUATION BY TOPSIS METHOD. Journal of International Management Studies®, 21(1), 24-32.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-21-1.4Sauer, Stefan, & Blank, Marco, & Pfeiffer, Sabine (2021). LABOURATORY: MAKING WORK AND DIGITALIZATION PARTICIPATORY – INSTEAD OF DISCURSIVELY PLAYING THEM OFF AGAINST ONE OTHER. Journal of International Management Studies®, 21(1), 33-41.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-21-1.5Joel, Reséndiz Martínez, & Martín, Cabello Cervantes León (2021). PURCHASING DECISION CRITERIA FOR WOODEN FURNITURE IN QUERETARO, MEXICO. Journal of International Management Studies®, 21(1), 42-46.

 
 
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2020
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-20-1.1Royle, M. Todd (2020). DO OUR LINKAGES TO OTHERS AND A SENSE OF LOSS WHEN WE LEAVE A COMMUNITY MEDIATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OUR CAREER GOALS AND SUCCESS?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 20(1), 5-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-20-1.2Agota, Fulop (2020). IMPACT OF TABBACO INDUSTRY IN THE PERFORMANCES OF US ECONOMY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 20(1), 19-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-20-1.3Stauffer, Joseph, & Saran, Anshu (2020). CONDUCTING ANOVAS WITHOUT DATA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 20(1), 25-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-20-1.4Andreopoulos, George, & Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli, & Dacey, Beverlee, & Panayides, Alexandros (2020). WHY HAS THE US FAILED TO RECOGNIZE THE STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF APPRENTICESHIPS TO ITS ECONOMY AND SOCIETY?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 20(1), 29-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-20-1.5Calderón, Miguel, & Maldonado, Mario Alejandro Calderón, & Figueroa, Klever, & Escobar, Liseth Pico (2020). ADOPTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES. CASE OF AN AUTOMATIC IN THE RETAIL PAYMENT PROCESS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 20(1), 37-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-20-1.6Tucker, David (2020). LIMITS AND DIFFERENCE: PRECONDITIONS FOR COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 20(1), 43-53.

 
 
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Published in October of 2019
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-19-1.1Eng, Ben, & McKinney, Ralph E., & Shao, Lawrence P. (2019). THE IMPACT OF INTERVENTION MEASURES ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE FILM AND TELEVISION INDUSTRY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 19(1), 5-10.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-19-1.2G, Balaji Rao D, & Rao, B Raghavendra (2019). PROFESSIONALISM & ETHICS IN FINANCIAL ADVISING. Journal of International Management Studies®, 19(1), 11-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-19-1.3Martha, Salvador Ledesma, & Cervantes, León Martín Cabello (2019). THE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE WOODEN MANUFACTURERS COMPANIES INNOVATION AT APASEO “EL ALTO”, GUANAJUATO, MÉXICO.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 19(1), 19-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-19-1.4Misra, Kaumudi (2019). WORK-LIFE FLEXIBILITY PRACTICES AND EMPLOYEE OUTCOMES: DOES THE CULTURAL CONTEXT MATTER?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 19(1), 27-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-19-1.5Grigolia, Maya (2019). FISCAL POLICY MACROECONOMIC EFFECTS: THE CASE OF GEORGIA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 19(1), 39-44.

 
 
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2018
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-1.1Mori, Patricio (2018). ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES AND SURVIVAL OF NASCENT ENTERPRISES: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(1), 5-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-1.2Cao, Yong, & Gong, Jiong (2018). CUSTOMER CENTRICITY IN CHINA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(1), 19-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-1.3Smith-Hunter, Andrea, & DeCasperis, Frederick, & Nolan, James, & Paul, Manimoy (2018). GENDER JOB SATISFACTION LEVELS AND GENDER ROLE PERCEPTIONS: A LOOK AT PRE AND POST 2008 RECESSION DATA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(1), 27-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-1.4Ogbolu, Michael N. (2018). IGNORANCE IS BLISS: ANOTHER LOOK AT ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURING. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(1), 39-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-1.5Cavusoglu, Nevin, & Horn, Robert, & Jerome, Robert, & Cavazos, David (2018). THE TURKISH SOAP OPERA INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY OF THE PORTER MODEL OF NATIONAL ADVANTAGE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(1), 45-54.

Volume 18, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2018
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-2.1Barish, Lonnie, & Frankel, Micah (2018). THE CORPORATE CONSEQUENCES OF DISRUPTIVE CUSTOMERS IN THE CONTRACT PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(2), 5-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-2.2Khokhobaia, Merab (2018). TRANSDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(2), 21-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-2.3Neumer, Judith, & Porschen-Hueck, Stephanie, & Sauer, Stefan (2018). REFLEXIVE SCALING AS A WAY TOWARDS AGILE ORGANIZATION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(2), 27-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-2.4Becker, Hilary (2018). CIRQUE DU SOLEIL – KA IN LAS VEGAS: SUSTAINABILITY OF A BLUE OCEAN. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(2), 39-46.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-2.5Chu, Li-Chuan, & Liang, Che-Pin (2018). BEHAVIOR INTENTION OF APP SERVICE USING BY TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE MODEL AND THEORY ON STIMULUS – ORGANISM – RESPONSE THEORY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(2), 47-58.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-2.6Arghutashvili, Valeri (2018). THE ROLE OF TOURISM IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF GEORGIA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(2), 59-64.

Volume 18, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2018
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.1Seaman, Cristina, & LaPerla, John T., & Schwartz, Eleanor, & Bienstock, Joshua E. (2018). COMMON LEADERSHIP CHARACTERISTICS, PERSONALITY TRAITS, AND BEHAVIORS THAT GENERATIONS X, Y, AND Z LEADERS FIND EFFECTIVE FOR SHARED LEADERSHIP: A FORMAL, INFORMAL, AND RATIONAL APPROACH. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 5-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.2Qiu, Manying, & Xu, Yaquan, & Xu, Shuting (2018). DIGITALIZATION AND SUSTAINABILITY – OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY GROWTH. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 21-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.3Cohn, Deborah Y., & Vaccaro, Valerie (2018). REDUCING THE GREEN GAP: THE IMPACT OF CULTURAL & PERSONAL VALUES ON ADOPTION OF HYBRID & ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN THE US, UK, AUSTRALIA & SOUTH AFRICA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 29-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.4Walden, Joe (2018). TEACHING SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: A QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO DEVELOPING A SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION FRAMEWORK. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 45-52.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.5Sauer, Stefan (2018). PROJECT MANAGEMENT BETWEEN PROJECT LEADERSHIP AND PROJECT SUPPORT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 53-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.6Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli, & Panayides, Alexandros, & Tardi, Susanna (2018). THE RISE OF CONTINGENT FACULTY IN THE US SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 63-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-18-3.7Duran-Hernandez, Araceli, & Segura-Duran, Ilse, & Cornejo-Macias, Judith Mireya (2018). ICT HEALTH INCORPORATION IN MEXICO. Journal of International Management Studies®, 18(3), 69-72.

 
 
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Published in June of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.1Jain, Abhijit (2017). GENDER AND IT-USAGE IN THE GOVERNMENT WORKFORCE: AN INVESTIGATION USING TWO THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 7-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.2Barkley, David L., & Eggertsson, Matthias (2017). USING HOFSTEDE'S MODEL TO IMPROVE MULTICULTURAL MANAGEMENT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 21-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.3Adalsteinsson, Gylfi Dalmann, & Halldorsson, Halldor (2017). A COMPARISON OF THE HR POLICIES OF THE TWELVE LARGEST MUNICIPALITIES IN ICELAND. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 35-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.4Mason, Andrew, & Cole, Tracy, & Goza, Nina (2017). STARBUCKS: A CASE STUDY OF EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT IN THE COFFEE INDUSTRY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 43-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.5Ramakrishnan, G., & Kulshrestha, Nikhil, & Rao, A. Lakshmana, & Koyadan, Santhosh (2017). THE EFFECTS OF CHANGING OIL PRICES ON EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION IN GCC COUNTRIES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 49-58.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.6Gvelesiani, Revaz (2017). SOCIAL INEQUALITY – THE REVEALING FORM OF CONFLICTS AMONG THE MAIN SOCIETAL VALUES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 59-64.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.7Sreen, Naman, & Samalia, Harsh Vardhan (2017). IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 65-74.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-1.8Atabay, Remziye Gülem, & Çangarli, Burcu Güneri, & Uçel, Ela Burcu (2017). TEACHERS AND TEAMS: A BRIEF EXAMINATION OF TEAMWORK IN EDUCATION, FROM IZMIR, TURKEY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(1), 75-81.

Volume 17, Issue 2 - Published in October of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.1Duran-Hernandez, Araceli, & Segura-Duran, Ilse, & Flores-Mora, Juan Antonio, & Cornejo-Macias, Judith Mireya (2017). EXCESSIVE USE OF ICT IT’S MAKING CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME (CTS) IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN MEXICO. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.2Mica, Mini Mathur (2017). UNDERSTANDING CO-SHOPPERS’ INFLUENCE ON PURCHASE DECISION IN RETAIL ENVIRONMENT: AN EXPLORATION INTO CONSUMER DURABLES STORES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 13-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.3Tsuyuki, Miyuki (2017). CSR AS THE IMPORTANT COMPONENTS OF EACH BUSINESS MODEL. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 23-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.4Erdem, S. Altan (2017). CHANGES IN INTERNET AND THEIR IMPACT ON MARKETING: MOVING TOWARD WEB 3.0. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 27-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.5Vaccaro, Valerie L., & Yucetepe, Veysel, & Cohn, Deborah Y., & Dunne, James Henry (2017). PLEASANT MUSIC’S RELATIONSHIP TO CONGRUENCE, CONSUMER BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS, UNPLANNED PURCHASE, AND TIME SPENT IN RETAIL AND SERVICE ENVIRONMENTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 35-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.6Mittal, Rakesh, & Bienstock, Joshua, & Kroumova, Maya (2017). SURVIVING THE CHALLENGES OF COMPETING DEMANDS: A MODEL TO EXPLORE THE IMPACT OF PERSONALITY AND BOUNDARY MANAGEMENT ON WORK-LIFE CONFLICT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 49-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.7Swid, Amr (2017). SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING: A USER' PERSONALITY APPROACH. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 57-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-2.8Ajayi, Iyanuoluwa Peter (2017). ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF QUEUING PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA PETROL STATIONS: A CASE STUDY ON KETO PETROL STATION AND CONOIL PETROL STATION.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(2), 63-74.

Volume 17, Issue 3 - Published in December of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.1Honnen-Weisdorn, Gia, & Grigoryan, Lilit, & Ralph, David (2017). IF THE WORLD WERE RULED BY WOMEN...: EXPLORING THE RISE OF SELF-MADE CHINESE WOMEN CAPITALIZING ON THE TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE THAT HAS SO FAR ELUDED THEIR AMERICAN COUNTERPARTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 7-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.2Fitzgerald, John, & Sullivan, Gerald, & Djokic, Boris (2017). MARKET PLANNING AND ITS EFFECT ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE IN COMMUNITY BANKS IN THE SOUTH EAST UNITED STATES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 35-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.3Hashimoto, Ko, & Otake, Kohei, & Namatame, Takashi (2017). A STUDY ON PREDICTING BROWSING AND PURCHASING ITEM USING EXPLORATORY BEHAVIOR AT EC SITE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 41-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.4Akgeyik, Tekin (2017). DETERMINANTS OF OVERTIME WORK (A STUDY ON DATA FROM AN ALUMINUM MANUFACTURING FACILITY). Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 49-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.5Rao, Asha (2017). NEGOTIATOR CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE (CQ): IMPACT IN VIRTUAL, CROSS-CULTURAL NEGOTIATIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 57-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.6Neil, Clifton (2017). COUNTRY FARMHOUSE SOY PRODUCTS: GROWING A MOM AND POP SHOP. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 67-88.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-17-3.7Budde-Sung, Amanda (2017). HOW STRONG IS A NATION'S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION? INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LOCATION DECISIONS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INSTRUMENTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 17(3), 89-100.

 
 
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Published in May of 2016
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.1Paliwal, Pramod (2016). TEACHING SUSTAINABILITY IN BUSINESS SCHOOLS: THE CONTEXT OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.2Gaganidze, Giorgi (2016). GEORGIAN EXPORT POTENTIAL UTILIZATION ON THE EU MARKET. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 13-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.3Mason, Andrew, & Mason, Kevin (2016). COLLEGIATE SPORTS: ARE YOU A FAN?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 19-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.4Mayo, Michael A., & Marks, Lawrence J. (2016). INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IMPACT ON BUSINESS ACTIVITY AND PLANNING IN DEVELOPING MARKETS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 25-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.5Kuzma, Joanne, & College, Thomas W. Philippe St. Petersburg, & Koehler, Jerry W., & College, Rina S. Coronel St. Petersburg (2016). EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM PREFERENCE: A COUNTRY COMPARISON OF ONLINE UNIVERSITY REPUTATIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 35-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.6Sorbello, Cav. Alessandro, & Karsaklian, Dr. Eliane (2016). RESIDUAL IMPACTS OF COO IN CULTURAL FESTIVALS: A CASE STUDY OF ITALIAN WEEK IN AUSTRALIA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 45-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.7McHugh, Steven E. (2016). NASCAR: A CHANGING BUSINESS MODEL. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 61-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.8Alajaji, Aalya (2016). E-BUSINESS AND THE SUPPLY CHAINS. EFFECT OF THE E-BUSINESS ON THE SUPPLY CHAINS IN SAUDI ARABIA.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 69-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-1.9Ho, Han Chiang, & Awan, Mahmood A., & Khan, Habib Ullah (2016). LUXURY BRANDS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: A PERSPECTIVE ON CONSUMERS' PREFERENCES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(1), 77-81.

Volume 16, Issue 2 - Published in October of 2016
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.1Duran-Hernandez, Araceli, & Flores-Mora, Juan Antonio, & Segura-Duran, Ilse, & Cornejo-Macías, Judith Mireya (2016). STRATEGIES AND ADVANTAGE OF PHARMACIES AND ANNEXES MEDICAL CONSULTANT IN ZMG MEXICO. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.2Castle, Jerry Duane, & Bourne, Bea B. (2016). WHAT LEADERS MUST KNOW ABOUT COMMUNICATION CHANNEL SELECTION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 13-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.3Halleck, Jamey, & McKinney, Ralph E., & Shao, Dale H. (2016). SOCIAL MEDIA AND IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES IN THE WORKPLACE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 27-32.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.4Hamidianpour, Fakhriyeh, & Esmaeilpour, Majid, & Amiri, Leila (2016). EXPLANATION THE IMPACT OF THE QUALITY OF WORKING LIFE ON HUMAN FACTORS IN THE WORKPLACE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 33-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.5Mathiyalakan, Sathasivam, & Ho, Kevin K. W., & Law, Wai K., & Heilman, George E. (2016). EXAMINING GENDER AND AGE DIFFERENCES IN THE USE AND ASSIMILATION OF FACEBOOK AMONG GUAM COLLEGE STUDENTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 45-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.6Karunakar, B (2016). STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF THE INDIAN IT INDUSTRY WITH FOCUS ON ITS BIG THREE FIRMS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 55-84.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.7Barnes, Stacy R. (2016). ADAPTIVE CLINICAL TRIAL DESIGNS: APPLICATION OF BAYESIAN METHODS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 85-94.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.8Royle, M. Todd (2016). JOB SATISFACTION: A LINK IN THE CHAIN BETWEEN PERSONALITY ATTRIBUTES AND CAREER SATISFACTION?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 95-120.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-16-2.9Kolachi, Nadir (2016). HRD INNOVATIONS IN BUSINESS: A CASE OF TACTICAL URGENCY IN 2020. Journal of International Management Studies®, 16(2), 121-128.

 
 
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.1Košir, Suzana (2015). HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS RESPONSE ON LABOUR MARKET NEEDS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.2Persaud, Boushra El-Hajj Hassan & Ajax, & Management, Telfer School of (2015). TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION IN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZE ENTERPRISES: ANALYSIS OF THE CANADIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MANUFACTURING SECTORS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 13-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.3Mamaghani, Farrokh (2015). EXPLORING FACTORS INFLUENCING ADOPTION OF SOCIAL NETWORKING. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 29-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.4Vishvakarma, Niraj Kumar, & Sharma, R.R.K., & James, Winston (2015). RELATING “INTERNET OF THINGS” (IoT) ARCHITECTURES TO STRATEGY TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 35-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.5Flores, Isaura, & Romano, Jacqueline, & Fory, Ronald (2015). REACHING FOR THE “CLOUD”: HOW EDUCATORS MANAGE IN VIOLENT AREAS?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 43-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.6Ogbolu, Michael N. (2015). IMPLEMENTATION AND DISSEMINATION OF EVIDENCE-BASED TEACHING TECHNIQUES FOR GENERATION Y AND BEYOND: FACTORS TO CONSIDER. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 51-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.7Yoon, Eunsang (2015). AN EXPLORATORY SURVEY-CONTENT-CASE STUDY OF TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE AS A DRIVER OF CORPORATE COMMITMENT TO SUSTINABILITY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 63-70.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-1.8Ohta, Sumiyoshi, & Kitamura, Akira (2015). A NEW QFD MODEL CONSIDERING THE TIME DIMENSION AND APPLICATION STRATEGY FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(1), 71-85.

Volume 15, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.1Kalhour, Mehrnaz, & Ng, Jhony Choon Yeong (2015). COMPULSIVE BUYING BEHAVIOR AS A WAY TO COPE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.2Dumont, Jenny, & Shen, Jie, & Deng, Xin (2015). GREEN HRM PRACTICES: A CASE STUDY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 15-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.3Ogut, Adem, & Attar, Melis (2015). THE LIMITATIONS OF CONVENTIONAL MOTIVATION THEORIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ARGUMENT THAT MOTIVATION IS 'A SURROGATE FOR MEANING'. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 23-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.4AlHussaini, Wissam, & Karkoulian, Silva (2015). MITIGATING OPERATIONAL RISK THROUGH KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 31-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.5Veilleux, Sophie, & Queenton, Johanne (2015). ACCELERATING THE PACE OF INNOVATION THROUGH UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION ENHANCEMENT: IN SEARCH OF MUTUAL BENEFITS AND TRUST BUILDING. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 41-58.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.6Offstein, Evan H., & Chory, Rebecca M., & Bichy, D. Robin, & Kniphuisen, Raymond (2015). RELIABILITY REVISITED: TOWARD AN ENLIGHTENED NOTION OF COMMAND AND CONTROL IN HIGH HAZARD INDUSTRIES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 59-72.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.7Hayati, Davoud, & Charkhabi, Morteza, & Kalantari, Dariush, & Paola, Francesco De (2015). THE EFFECT OF PAY SATISFACTION ON TURNOVER INTENTION: MEDIATING ROLE OF JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 73-84.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-2.8Cherenkov, Vitally, & Cherenkova, Natalia (2015). IN SEARCH OF PEDOSYNERGY EFFECT IN TEACHING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDENTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(2), 85-96.

Volume 15, Issue 3 - Published in December of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.1Pawar, Prafulla (2015). ASSESSMENT OF BRAND IMAGE AND BRAND ATTACHMENT AMONGST CELL PHONE USERS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.2Ryder, Margaret Sullivan, & Eggertsson, Matthias (2015). COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 13-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.3Chen, Jim, & Stanley-Brown, Josephine, & Edmunds, Paulette (2015). RELATIONAL DATABASE LOGICAL DESIGN – A CASE STUDY IN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 19-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.4Hernández, Araceli Durán, & Durán, Iván Segura, & Durán, Ilse Segura (2015). SHORTAGE OF MEDICINES IN THE HEALTH INSTITUTIONS IN ZMG IN MEXICO.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 27-32.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.5Datuon, Raymond Q. (2015). THE COMPETING VALUES FRAMEWORK OF ADMINISTRATORS AMONG PRIVATE COLLEGES IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 33-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.6Business, Vishnuprasad Nagadevara Woxsen School of (2015). APPLICATION OF HYBRID METHODOLOGY TO PREDICT HOUSING LOAN DEFAULTS IN INDIA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 43-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-15-3.7Nakhle, Samer Francois (2015). HOW “NATIONAL” ARE HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES? A CHALLENGE TO TRANSFERRING HR PRACTICES WITHIN MNCs- A CONCEPTUAL PAPER. Journal of International Management Studies®, 15(3), 51-78.

 
 
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2014
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.1Sharma, RRK, & Mishra, Deepa (2014). RELATING HR OUTSOURCING TO SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY TYPE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.2Vadhel, Dr. V. G., & Shah, Dr. Preeti, & Dave, Dr. Bharti (2014). BUILDING HEALTHY NATIONS THROUGH THEORY OF RELATIVE ECONOMICS FROM THE PHILOSOPHY OF LORD MAHAVIR. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 13-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.3Brokaw, Stephen C., & Marketing, Professor of (2014). CHARTING THE COURSE: A TOOL FOR TEACHING AND ASSESSING MARKETING MANAGEMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 19-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.4G.Gohil, Digvijaysinh (2014). CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICES BY SELECTED PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN INDIA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 27-32.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.5Lai, Christine A., & Li, Baoling (2014). CHINESE CONSUMERS: INTERNET SHOPPING PERCEPTIONS . Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 33-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.6Panyindee, Janjirapon, & Jadesadalug, Viroj (2014). THE IMPACT OF PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH AND EMPLOYEE HEALTH ON ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR VIA THE MEDIATING ROLE OF WORK HAPPINESS OF UNIVERSITY LECTURES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 41-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.7Seebacher, Gottfried, & Winkler, Herwig (2014). EXAMINATION AND DETERMINATION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT SUPPLY CHAIN FLEXIBILITY TYPES IN LITERATURE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 49-58.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.8Calo, Thomas J., & Decker, Wayne H., & Patterson, Meredith M. (2014). AGE STEREOTYPES AND OLDER WORKERS' ADAPTABILITY, EFFECTIVENESS, AND GENERATIVITY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 59-70.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.9Castonguay, Yan (2014). THE BEST PRACTICES OF SME INNOVATION MANAGEMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 71-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.10Cheng, Liang-Chieh (Victor), & Harris, Candace, & Chou, Patrick, & Simons, Kirk (2014). DRIVER SHORTAGEDURING ECONOMIC RECOVERY: SUPPLY CHAIN CHALLENGES IN THE U.S.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 77-86.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.11Chong, John K.S., & Zhao, Shaoping, & Liu, Scott Xianfang (2014). AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL CRISIS PLANNING IN CHINA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 87-92.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.12Feng, Keli (2014). MODELING A DISASTER RELIEF SUPPLY CHAIN WITH ARENA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 93-102.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.13Ladhari, Riadh, & Skandrani, Hamida (2014). EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUALISM AND POWER DISTANCE ON BUSINESS STUDENT JUDGMENTS OF VARIOUS NEGOTIATING TACTICS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 103-117.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.14Lee, Jong-Sung, & Freeman, Gordon L. (2014). GRADUATE BUSINESS STATISTICS: COMPARSION OF GRADES FROM ONLINE AND ON- GROUND COURSES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 118-123.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.15McHugh, Steven E., & Leuzarder, Noel C. (2014). ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN GUATEMALA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 124-129.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.16Ocak, Saffet, & Koseoglu, Mehmet Ali, & University, Yildirim Beyazit, & Ross, Gary (2014). HOW DO HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS USE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT?: EVIDENCE FROM AN EMERGING ECONOMY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 130-152.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-1.17Salas-Amaro, Armando (2014). THE RELEVANCE OF LEADERSHIP EDUCATION IN GRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMS A FOCUS ON: SPIRITUALITY IN MODERN BUSINESS LEADERS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(1), 153-158.

Volume 14, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2014
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.1Bedawy, Randa El (2014). CONTEMPORARY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEVEL: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR EGYPT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 7-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.2Fraiha, Shady (2014). MEASUREMENT OF EMERGENT TEAM MENTAL MODELS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 17-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.3Harlow, Harold D. (2014). ON THE PROPENSITY TO LAUNCH ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES: A COMPARISON OF UNITED STATES, EUROPEAN AND EGYPTIAN MBAs.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 27-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.4Guédouard, Sam, & Huang, Yimin, & Korkofingas, Con (2014). TOWARD A PROCESS THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IDENTIFICATION: A PERSPECTIVE FROM SMALL-TO-MEDIUM ENTERPRISES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 45-52.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.5Becker, Hilary (2014). A BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY ANALYSIS OF IMAXs’ MOVE TO GO HOLLYWOOD. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 53-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.6Sharma, RRK, & Mishra, Deepa (2014). RELATING POSTPONEMENT; FLEXIBILITY TO STRATEGY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 61-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.7Tayal, Akash, & Singh, S. P. (2014). CHAOTIC SIMULATED ANNEALING FOR SOLVING STOCHASTIC DYNAMIC FACILITY LAYOUT PROBLEM. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 67-74.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.8Diehl, Kathy, & Offstein, Evan (2014). HIGHER EDUCATION IGNORED: CONTEMPORARY LEADERSHIP PRACTICES IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE SETTINGS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 75-88.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.9Sananuamengthaisong, Manisara (2014). MORAL CAPITAL AND CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY OF ISO 14000 BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 89-94.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.10Racela, Olimpia C., & Thoumrungroje, Amonrat (2014). THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT INFLUENCE OF CONSUMER COSMOPOLITANISM AND ETHNOCENTRISM ON CULTURAL ADAPTABILITY AMONG CONSUMERS IN THAILAND. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 95-104.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-2.11Mancini, Gaetano Andrea, & Carbone, Vittoria (2014). ROLE OF ONLINE BRAND COMMUNITY IN MARKETING STRATEGIES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(2), 105-113.

Volume 14, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2014
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.1Mamaghani, Farrokh (2014). AN ANALYSIS OF COSTS, BENEFITS AND RISKS OF CLOUD COMPUTING. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.2Tidwell, Angela (2014). THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT: THE MODERATING ROLE OF RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 15-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.3Beale, Ruby L., & Heyliger, Simone O., & Moss, Erin, & Kearney, Amber, & Spencer, Melanie, & Herte, Jeremy (2014). ARE DISTILLED SPIRITS BEING PROMOTED TO YOUNG AFRICAN AMERICAN ADULT DRINKERS VIA ASPIRATIONAL BRAND MARKETING? AN EXPLORATORY STUDY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 23-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.4Eyadat, Mohammad Saleh, & Sharyoufi, Rawan Al (2014). STUDENTS AWARENESS TOWARD MOBILE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES SECURITY ISSUES AT COLLEGE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING – TAIBAH UNIVERSITY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 35-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.5Waranantakul, Warawut (2014). MARKETING STRATEGY COMPREHENSIVENESS AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF MARKETING STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION EFFECTIVENESS . Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 43-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.6Martínez-López, Carmen L. (2014). CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN MICROFINANCE ENTERPRISES: A CONDITIONAL MATRIX STUDY FROM SPAIN TO LATIN AMERICA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 51-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.7Myron, Hatcher (2014). INTEGRATION OF ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE, SAP, IN A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS CLASS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 63-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.8Owusu-Nyamekye, Dwobeng, & Eggertsson, Matthias (2014). DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM, A MUST FOR GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS WITH SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORKS ACROSS THE WORLD. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 69-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.9Kittikunchotiwut, Ploychompoo (2014). ORGANIZATION LEARNING, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM SMEs IN THAILAND. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 77-90.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.10Radosevich, Deirdre M., & Radosevich, David J., & Levine, Melanie S. (2014). THE ROLE OF CAUSAL ATTRIBUTIONS IN MULTIPLE GOAL REVISION PROCESSES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 91-98.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.11Cosgrove, Michael, & Frank, Blake (2014). CASE STUDY: SALARY COMPRESSION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 99-104.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-14-3.12Liu, Yulong (2014). VENTURING FROM CHINESE MULTINATIONALS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF CHINA’S OUTWARD FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT . Journal of International Management Studies®, 14(3), 105-113.

 
 
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.1Ahmed, Ezaz, & D’Netto, Brian (2013). REACTIONS OF TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES TO PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 5-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.2Nur, Yusuf, & Chulkov, Dmitriy, & VanAlstine, Jason (2013). RECONSTRUCTING THE SOMALI STATE: THE ROLE OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 13-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.3Terdpaopong, Kanitsorn, & Hovey, Martin (2013). FINANCIAL UNIQUENESS AND PREDICTIVE MODEL FOR FINANCIALLY DISTRESSED, LISTED CHINESE SMES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 21-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.4Gudlaugsson, Thorhallur, & Eysteinsson, Fridrik (2013). THE EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED HARM ON CUSTOMER FORGIVENESS AND TRUST. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 37-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.5Talay, M. Berk, & Yoon, Eunsang (2013). CORPORATE RESPONSE TO THE REGULATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY: A CASE STUDY OF THE LEADING GLOBAL CORPORATIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 43-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.6Agarwal, Dr. Sunil K (2013). A STUDY OF WORK VALUES OF TYPE A VS TYPE B PERSONALITIES IN AMERICAN AND INDIAN CULTURES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 55-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.7Krishnamurthi, Malini, & Chu, Anthony (2013). ANALYZING DATA IN SOCIAL NETWORKS-AN ETHICAL DILEMMA?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 61-64.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.8Winkler, Herwig, & Slamanig, Michael (2013). INVESTIGATION OF PRODUCT CHANGE PROJECTS IN COMPANIES WITH MULTI-VARIANT SERIAL PRODUCTION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 65-74.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.9Andreopoulos, George, & Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli, & Panayides, Alexandros (2013). THE ROLE OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MARKET. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 75-82.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.10Sakariya, Sanjay (2013). EVALUATION OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION STRATEGY COMPONENTS: REFLECTIONS FROM INDIA. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 83-92.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.11Wane, Abdoul, & Nijhawan, Inder P., & Miah, Fazlul (2013). INCOME DISPARITIES IN THE USA: EVIDENCE IN THE CAPE FEAR REGION IN NORTH CAROLINA USING ANOVA ANALYSIS.. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 93-102.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.12Amaro, Armando Salas, & Fitzgerald, John (2013). EMPLOYER PERCEPTIONS OF ONLINE DEGREES FOR OBTAINING EMPLOYMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 103-107.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-1.13Cory, Suzanne N., & Martinez, G., & Reeves, Thomas E. (2013). A FACTOR ANALYSIS OF OCCUPATIONAL STEREOTYPES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND ADULTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(1), 108-112.

Volume 13, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.1Simonin, Bernard L., & Gates, Rowena (2013). LEARNING FROM ALLIANCE SUCCESSES AND FAILURES OF SMALL TECHNOLOGY-BASED FIRMS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 5-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.2Tangmanee, Chatpong (2013). WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT?: AN EXPLORATION INTO FIXATIONS ON YOUTUBE CLIPS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 29-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.3Joham, Carmen, & Metcalfe, Mike (2013). SELF-ORGANISING CREATIVE KNOWLEDGE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 37-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.4Matsuhisa, Takashi (2013). BUYER-SUPLLYER CHAIN COORDINATION BY COMMON-KNOWLEDGE . Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 43-46.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.5Phromket, Chanthima, & Prajudtasri, Parnisara, & Phangkhot, Darika, & Phromket, Chedsada (2013). EFFECTS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION AND MARKET INFORMATION CAPABILITIES ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND FIRM GROWTH OF SMEs IN THAILAND. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 47-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.6Katenova, Maya, & Mahmood, Monowar, & Sharfaraj, Mahbub (2013). EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION IN A TRANSITION ECONOMY: IS HERZBERG THEORY VALID IN KAZAKHSTAN?. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 61-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.7Phong-inwong, Rapheephan (2013). TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: THE CASE STUDY OF THE TRANSPORTATION BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 67-74.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.8Lim, Weng Marc, & Ting, Ding Hooi, & Mah, Jia Jun, & Wong, Chee Yue (2013). MANAGING ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION – A RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION APPROACH. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 75-82.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.9Bogoviyeva, Elmira, & Domashenko, Tatyana (2013). SOCIAL MEDIA USE IN MARKETING ACTIVITIES OF KAZAKHSTANI COMPANIES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 83-86.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.10Sakchutchawan, Sut, & Fisher, Clifford D., & Kunnathur, Anand S. (2013). THE IMPACT OF GOVERNANCE AND COMPLEXITY OF UNIFORM CUSTOMS AND TECHNOLOGY ON OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS CASE STUDIES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 87-96.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-2.11Cheung, Fanny Sau-Lan, & Leung, Wing-Fai (2013). EXCELLENT TEACHING FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF MARKETING STUDENTS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(2), 97-106.

Volume 13, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.1Bolajoko, Dixon-Ogbechi N., & Sikuade, Jagun O., & Elizabeth, Haran M., & Salome, Ighomereho O., & Joseph, Aiyeku F. (2013). IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) ON CONSUMERS' ATTITUDE TOWARDS CORPORATE IMAGE AND PURCHASE INTENTION IN THE NIGERIAN GSM TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 5-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.2Decker, Wayne H., & Calo, Thomas J., & Weer, Christy H., & Yao, Hong (2013). SENIOR MANAGEMENT ASPIRATIONS IN CHINA AND THE U.S.: EFFECTS OF GENDER AND CULTURAL VALUES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 17-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.3Mahnke, Nadine, & Papen, Marie-Christin, & Hütten, Antje S.J., & Siems, Florian U. (2013). DETERMINANTS OF INTERNAL REFERENCE PRICES – EMPIRICAL STUDY AND MANAGERIAL IMPLICATIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 31-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.4Namatié, Traoré (2013). TO PATENT OR NOT TO PATENT: WHAT FACTORS DRIVE SUCCESS IN THE PATENTING RACE? . Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 37-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.5Spraggins, H. Barry (2013). IMPACT OF RAIL MEGA-MERGERS OF THE 1990s UPON PERFORMANCE, SERVICE AND RATES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 49-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.6Candidate, Steven W. Day - Doctoral (2013). FAMILY FIRMS AND INNOVATION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 61-82.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.7Radosevich, David J., & Lakowske, Areanna M. (2013). RAISING THE BAR: A LONGITUDINAL EXAMINATION OF THE ANTECEDENTS OF POSITIVE DISCREPANCY PRODUCTION. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 83-92.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.8Chung, Dong Seop (2013). KNOWLEDGE SHARING, ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY AND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 93-98.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.9Adalsteinsson, Gylfi Dalmann, & Gudmundsdottir, Svala, & Gudlaugsson, Thorhallur (2013). GENDER DIFFERENCES IN RELATION TO HOFSTEDE´S NATIONAL CULTURAL DIMENSIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 99-106.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-3.10Lee, Sang Shik (2013). ASSESSING CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES IN A MEDICAL SERVICE +. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(3), 107-112.

Volume 13, Issue 4 - Published in October of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.1Akgeyik, Tekin (2013). THE EFFECT OF BIRTH ORDER ON ACHIEVEMENT (A STUDY ON A TURKISH SAMPLE). Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 5-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.2Bertsch, Andy, & Saeed, M., & Ondracek, James, & Australia, ABM Abdullah: University of South (2013). BUSINESS LANDSCAPE OF ARGENTINA: INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 13-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.3Mercangoz, Burcu Adıguzel, & Caliskan, Burcu O. Ozaslan (2013). MEASURING STUDENTS’ BURNOUT LEVEL: A CASE STUDY IN THE SCHOOL OF TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS IN TURKEY. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 21-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.4Cheng, Liang-Chieh (Victor), & Thompson, Brian, & Flosi, Dylan (2013). SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE TO ENHANCE RISK MANAGEMENT FOR COMPETITIVENESS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 27-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.5Ha, Jong Wook, & Lee, Cheong-A, & Bang, Ho-Yeol, & Lee, Joo Young, & Kim, Young Hee Yun (2013). A PARADOXICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CULTURAL DISTANCE AND FOREIGN MARKET ENTRY STRATEGY: A CASE OF KOREAN COMPANIES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 37-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.6Little, Lillian, & DeWolfe, Scott (2013). WHO’S MISSING FROM THIS PICTURE? THE UNDERREPRESENTATION OF OLDER EMPLOYEES ON ORGANIZATIONAL CAREER WEBSITES AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 51-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.7Lu, Xinjian (2013). A PIVOTING RULE THAT REDUCES TOTAL INFEASIBILITY FOR LINEAR PROGRAMMING. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 61-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.8Martínez-López, Carmen L. (2013). CLEAR SYLLABI? A SIMPLE ANSWER TO COMPLEX LEARNING REALITIES AT TWO-YEAR COLLEGES. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 69-78.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.9Wong, Shirley (2013). USING EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE ACTIVE LEARNING AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 79-84.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.10Mancini, Gaetano Andrea (2013). CAN THE EFFECTS OF BRAND USER IMAGERY CONGRUENCE BE IMPORTANT IF THE BRAND IS NOT AS WELL KNOWN? . Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 85-90.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.11Yassin, Noura, & Chehabeddine, Marwa (2013). EFFECTS OF ETHICAL BEHAVIORS IN LEBANESE ORGANIZATIONS ON PERFORMANCE. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 91-96.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.12Yoon, Eunsang (2013). CORPORATE RESPONSE TO SOCIAL ACTIVISM FOR SUSTAINABILITY: AN EXPLORAORY CASE STUDY OF GLOBAL CORPORATIONS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 97-106.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.13Croucher, John S. (2013). THE PROBABILITY OF A GUILTY VERDICT IN CRIMINAL TRIALS. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 107-112.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/JIMS-13-4.14Blanco-Jiménez, Mónica, & Romo, Harriett, & Cruz-Álvarez, Jesús (2013). EXPLORING GLOBAL COMPETENCE OF AMERICAN AND MEXICAN MANAGERS WORKING IN A MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT. Journal of International Management Studies®, 13(4), 113-126.

 

 

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