The Journal of International Business
The ISM Journal of International Business is a thought-provoking channel for the exchange of ideas and practices in all areas of international business.
Multidisciplinary in scope, content, and methodology, the Journal publishes work in topics that have a lasting impact on organizations and society. It encourages work that challenges current models and explores new paradigms.
The Journal will publish content on a large array of subjects related to international business and management such as technological and organizational innovations, firm strategy, multinational organizations, entrepreneurship, transformative business models, and cross-border strategic alliances.
Submissions to the Journal will be subject to a double-blind peer-review process. To view the most current edition, please click here.
In the 21st century, companies have to excel in their business practices in order to compete in global markets. Business excellence will result from the rigorous application of management strategies, techniques, and tools to achieve world-class performance. The primary goal of The ISM Journal of International Business is to highlight those international business practices which sustain business excellence.
Aim and Objectives
The ISM Journal of International Business aims to bridge the gap between the various groups actively involved in international business: business schools and universities, international firms, start-ups, government agencies, think tanks, multinational organizations, and NGOs.
Academics, researchers, graduate students, corporate managers, decision makers, consultants, politicians, as well as anyone involved in the dynamic world of international business.
Submissions to the Journal