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           INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS

                               ISSN: 1083-4346

                               Frequency: Quarterly

Co-sponsored by Craig Business of Business, California State University, Fresno and Stetson Business School Foundation, Inc.

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MANAGING EDITOR:   K.C. CHEN

          Craig School of Business, California State University, Fresno

                      5245 N. Backer Avenue, Fresno, CA 93740

         (559) 278-5646

       kchen@csufresno.edu

     http://www.craig.csufresno.edu/ijb 

 

   

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EDITORIAL BOARD

 

 

F. Gerald Adams, Northeastern University

James S. Ang, Florida State University

Manuel Josť da Rocha Armada, University of Minho, Portugal

Richard P. Bagozzi, University of Michigan

Giovanni Barone-Adesi, University of Lugano, Switzerland

Mondher Bellalah, University de Cergy, France

Nicholas Biekpe, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Michael Bitter, Stetson University

Robert R. Bliss, Wake Forest University

Tim Brailsford, University of Queensland, Australia

Yun Chu, Robert Morris University

Ramon P. DeGennaro, University of Tennessee

Javier Estrada, IESE Business School, Spain

Michael Frenkel, WHU - O. Beisheim School of Management, Germany

Dilip K. Ghosh, International Journal of Finance

Michael Frenkel, WHU - O. Beisheim School of Management, Germany

Charles A. Ingene, University of Oklahoma

Norifumi Kawai, University of Sussex, UK

Serhiy Kozmenko, Sumy State University, Ukraine

Kevin Krieger, University of West Florida

Asjeet S. Lamba, University of Melbourne, Australia

Asjeet S. Lamba, University of Melbourne, Australia

Francis Lees, St. John's University

Donald D.H. Lien, University of Texas, San Antonio

Farooq Malik, Zayed University, U.A.E.

Christopher K. Ma - Co-editor, University of West Florida and KCM Asset Management, Inc.

Paul Nutt, Ohio State University

R. Daniel Pace, University of West Florida

Lee-Hsien Pan, SUNY-Geneseo

Ming-Shiun Pan, Shippensburg University

Jean-Michel Sahut, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

Yochanan Shachmurove, The City College of CUNY

Manuchehr Shahrokhi, California State University, Fresno

Uriel Spiegel, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Lorne N. Switzer, Concordia University, Canada

Ilan Vertinsky, University of British Columbia, Canada

K.C. John Wei, University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

Lifan Wu, California State University, Los Angeles

Nobuyoshi Yamori, Nagoya University, Japan 

 

 


 

MISSION

       The Journal will serve and provide a forum for exchange of ideas among business executives and academicians concerned with global business and economic issues. With the rapid evolution of corporate business from international to global in recent years, general business has been one of the areas of greatest added complexity and concern for corporate managers. It is no longer sufficient for the corporate manager to limit his/her study simply to the domestic aspects of general business. Almost every single topic that can be studied in general business now has global dimensions that are equally important. As such, practitioners and academicians, each with a unique perspective on global business, must go beyond the presently limited sharing of information and ideas.

        The Journal will be an academic journal combining academic inquiry and informed business practices. It will publish empirical, analytical, review, and survey articles, as well as case studies related to all areas of global business and economics. A sentiment often expressed by practitioners is that academic research in general may not be addressing the most relevant questions in the real world. To bridge some gaps in our knowledge of the real world, the Journal is thereby willing to sponsor a field research (such as surveys, in-depth interviews, on-site studies, etc.). It is fair to say that the Journal will publish high-quality applied-research papers. Nevertheless, studies that test important theoretical works and shed additional light on the issue with some business implications will also be solicited.