Research Methods in International Business

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Showcasing methodological rigor and state-of-the-art methods as hallmarks of modern international business (IB) research; this ebook; Research Methods in International Business (PDF) offers a collection of the highly cited and most relevant research methods articles from the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). Every piece is accompanied by a new Commentary written by experts in the field; some also include Further Reflections by the original authors. Encompassing both quantitative and qualitative approaches; this comprehensive volume explores research design; testing; and reporting; as well as specific methodological issues such as common method variance; endogeneity; and theorizing from case studies.

With recommendations for best practices relating to hypothesis testing; interaction effects; and replicability; this ebook is n up-to-date and a unique reference source on the latest research methods and practices in international business. The ebook will also be essential reading for those studying any sub-discipline of IB research; including entrepreneurship; finance; international economics; management; and marketing.

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book-author

Lorraine Eden, Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Alain Verbeke

publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

file-type

PDF

pages

511 pages

language

English

asin

B082R3WPYV

isbn10

3030221121

isbn13

9783030221126

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xiv
Front Matter ….Pages 1-1
Research Methods in International Business: Challenges and Advances (Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Lorraine Eden, Alain Verbeke)….Pages 3-41
Front Matter ….Pages 43-43
Science’s Reproducibility and Replicability Crisis: International Business Is Not Immune (Herman Aguinis, Wayne F. Cascio, Ravi S. Ramani)….Pages 45-66
Science’s Reproducibility and Replicability Crisis: A Commentary (Andrew Delios)….Pages 67-74
Front Matter ….Pages 75-75
What’s in a p? Reassessing Best Practices for Conducting and Reporting Hypothesis-Testing Research (Klaus E. Meyer, Arjen van Witteloostuijn, Sjoerd Beugelsdijk)….Pages 77-110
What’s in a p? A Commentary (Agnieszka Chidlow, William Greene, Stewart R. Miller)….Pages 111-117
Front Matter ….Pages 119-119
From the Editors: Can I Trust Your Findings? Ruling Out Alternative Explanations in International Business Research (Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Ulf Andersson, Mary Yoko Brannen, Bo Bernhard Nielsen, A. Rebecca Reuber)….Pages 121-157
Can I Trust Your Findings? A Commentary (Jonathan P. Doh)….Pages 159-164
Additional Thoughts on Trusting Findings: Suggestions for Reviewers (Mary Yoko Brannen, Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, A. Rebecca Reuber)….Pages 165-167
Front Matter ….Pages 169-169
Theorising from Case Studies: Towards a Pluralist Future for International Business Research (Catherine Welch, Rebecca Piekkari, Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Eriikka Paavilainen-Mäntymäki)….Pages 171-220
Theorizing from Cases: A Commentary (Kathleen M. Eisenhardt)….Pages 221-227
Theorizing from Cases: Further Reflections (Eriikka Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Rebecca Piekkari, Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Catherine Welch)….Pages 229-231
Front Matter ….Pages 233-233
Bridging History and Reductionism: A Key Role for Longitudinal Qualitative Research (Robert A. Burgelman)….Pages 235-258
Bridging History and Reductionism: A Commentary (Catherine Welch)….Pages 259-266
Front Matter ….Pages 267-267
Predicting Stakeholder Orientation in the Multinational Enterprise: A Mid-Range Theory (Donal Crilly)….Pages 269-320
Foreign Subsidiary Stakeholder Orientation and FsQCA: A Commentary (Stav Fainshmidt)….Pages 321-328
Front Matter ….Pages 329-329
Explaining Interaction Effects Within and Across Levels of Analysis (Ulf Andersson, Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Bo Bernhard Nielsen)….Pages 331-349
Explaining Interaction Effects: A Commentary (Jose Cortina)….Pages 351-355
Front Matter ….Pages 357-357
Endogeneity in International Business Research (David Reeb, Mariko Sakakibara, Ishtiaq P. Mahmood)….Pages 359-375
Endogeneity in International Business Research: A Commentary (J. Myles Shaver)….Pages 377-382
Front Matter ….Pages 383-383
Common Method Variance in International Business Research (Sea-Jin Chang, Arjen van Witteloostuijn, Lorraine Eden)….Pages 385-398
Common Method Variance in International Business Research: A Commentary (D. Harold Doty, Marina Astakhova)….Pages 399-408
Common Method Variance in International Business Research: Further Reflections (Arjen van Witteloostuijn, Lorraine Eden, Sea-Jin Chang)….Pages 409-413
Front Matter ….Pages 415-415
Multilevel Models in International Business Research (Mark F. Peterson, Jean-Luc Arregle, Xavier Martin)….Pages 417-432
Multilevel Models in International Business Research: A Commentary (Robert J. Vandenberg)….Pages 433-438
Multilevel Models in International Business Research: Broadening the Scope of Application, and Further Reflections (Xavier Martin)….Pages 439-446
Front Matter ….Pages 447-447
Conceptualizing and Measuring Distance in International Business Research: Recurring Questions and Best Practice Guidelines (Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Björn Ambos, Phillip C. Nell)….Pages 449-498
Distance in International Business Research: A Commentary (Mark F. Peterson, Yulia Muratova)….Pages 499-505
Back Matter ….Pages 507-511

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