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José M. Merigó39
Estimated H-index: 39
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Alicia Mas-Tur8
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Norat Roig-Tierno8
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The Journal of Business Research is a leading international journal in business research dating back to 1973. This study analyzes all the publications in the journal since its creation by using a bibliometric approach. The objective is to provide a complete overview of the main factors that affect the journal. This analysis includes key issues such as the publication and citation structure of the journal, the most cited articles, and the le...
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Ana Maria Soares9
Estimated H-index: 9
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Minoo Farhangmehr10
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Aviv Shoham36
Estimated H-index: 36
Abstract Growth of research addressing the relationship between culture and consumption is exponential [ Ogden D., Ogden J. and Schau HJ. Exploring the impact of culture and acculturation on consumer purchase decisions: toward a microcultural perspective. Academy Marketing Science Review 2004;3. ]. However culture is an elusive concept posing considerable difficulties for cross-cultural research [Clark T. International Marketing and national character: A review and pr...
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Gary Knight28
Estimated H-index: 28
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G. Tomas M. Hult58
Estimated H-index: 58
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R.Edward Bashaw6
Estimated H-index: 6
Abstract This article presents a thorough analysis of the research published in the Journal of Business Research ( JBR ) during the period of 1985–1999. First, each article published in JBR was categorized into a primary content area according to the broad subject areas covered by the journal's editorial review boards. Marketing represents the largest area with 33% of the articles, followed by buyer behavior (18%) and international business (16%). Second, the c...
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Leonidas C. Leonidou38
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Constantine S. Katsikeas39
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The manuscript reports on an integrative assessment of exporting research published in 821 academic articles during the period 1960-2007. Such an undertaking is deemed necessary due to the voluminous, multifarious, and fragmented nature of knowledge in this crucial field of international business. The study includes an analysis of each article on four major grounds (i.e., research design, scope of research, research methodology, and thematic areas), aiming to o...
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Eunju Ko21
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Peter W. Cardon14
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Abstract This special joint issue of the Journal of Business Research with the Journal of the Korean Academy of Marketing Science contains nine articles that were originally presented at the Fall 2005 Korean Academy of Marketing Science (KAMS) International Conference and the Spring 2006 KAMS International Conference. After a blind review process, 120 papers were accepted for conference proceedings. Of these papers, the conference selection commit...
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Gema Albort-Morant2
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Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano15
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This study seeks to observe trends in literature on business incubators. The article presents a bibliometric analysis of 445 studies on business incubators. These works come from the Web of Science database for the period 1985–2015. The study sorts these articles according to the following bibliographic indicators: eminent authors, year of publication, countries with the highest rate of productivity, journal with most published research, language, type of research, an...
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Huei Ting Tsai8
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Firms from advanced emerging markets are becoming notable players in the global marketplace. This study seeks to examine how these firms expand to international markets successfully. Drawing on R&D intensity and learning capability, this study finds that an s-shaped relationship exists between firm internationalization and performance. The results also show that R&D intensity and learning capability significantly strengthen the impact of internationalization on firm performance. Th...
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Andreas Engelen21
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Malte Brettel25
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A content analysis of 99 articles focuses on the comparative cross-cultural marketing research in 14 leading marketing and business journals from 1990 to 2008. The content analysis indicates strong growth in cross-cultural studies, especially in terms of studies on consumer attitudes and behavior and on promotion-related topics. This study classifies articles according to a series of conceptual (e.g., cultural dimensions employed in the study) and methodological (e.g., use of analy...
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Gabriel Cepeda Carrión9
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Jörg Henseler30
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Christian M. Ringle39
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Under the main theme “prediction-oriented modeling in business research by means of partial least squares path modeling” (PLS), the special issue presents 17 papers. Most contributions include content from presentations at the 2nd International Symposium on Partial Least Squares Path Modeling: The Conference for PLS Users, which took place at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain) from June 16 to 19, 2015. This conference provided PLS users with a platform for the fruitful exchange of ...
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Tomasz Lenartowicz11
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James P. Johnson9
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Carolyn T White1
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Abstract We examine the importance of regional subcultures and intracountry cultural variation in international management research. We seek to demonstrate that equating “culture” with “country” can result in erroneous nonsignificant findings of cross-national differences and a disregard of cultural similarities across countries that may be relevant to management practice and research. Drawing upon literature from anthropology and sociology, we generate hypotheses about (1) ...
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