Research Methods In International Business
By Lorraine Eden & Bo Bernhard Nielsen & Alain Verbeke


Showcasing methodological rigor and state-of-the-art methods as hallmarks of recent international business (IB) research, this book offers a set of the foremost relevant and highly cited research methods articles from the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). each bit is amid a replacement Commentary written by experts within the field; some also include Further Reflections by the first authors. Encompassing both qualitative and quantitative approaches, this comprehensive volume explores research design, testing, and reporting, also as specific methodological issues like endogeneity, common method variance, and theorizing from case studies. With recommendations for best practices concerning interaction effects, hypothesis testing, and replicability, this book may be a unique and up-to-date reference source on the newest research methods and practices in international business. The book also will be essential reading for those studying any sub-discipline of IB research, including international economics, entrepreneurship, finance, management, and marketing.