Outstanding International Business Research: Nature of the Best International Business Dissertations

Aggarwal, Raj; Petrovic, Victor; Ryans, John K.; Sijing Zong
January 2008
Multinational Business Review (St. Louis University);Winter2008, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article reports on the nature of best international business dissertations. International business education is important for academics to cope with globalization. It mentions that the dissertations were from the Academy of International Business Farmer Award finalists which were done in academic institutions in North America. Topics of the dissertations include management, economics, and organization. The most common methodology is survey research. An overview of the studies is also provided.


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