is the Academy of International Business official publication that provides an outlet for short (around 2500 words), interesting, topical, current and thought-provoking articles. Articles can discuss theoretical, empirical, practical, or pedagogical issues affecting the international business community of researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and educators. The publication seeks articles that have an international business and cross-disciplinary orientation with IB researchers and faculty as the intended primary audience. AIB Insights
is published four times a year. For additional information, please see the AIB Insights Editorial Policy
Table of Contents – Volume 3 Issue 4 (2003)
""The Economic Theory of the MNE: A View from Reading." by Robert Pearce, "The Infusion Model of International Business Education and Research" by Alan Rugman, and "Business Ethics in Russia: Natasha's Choice" a case by Moshe Banai. This is the first issue of AIB Insights edited by Tamir Agmon."
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