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Progress in International Business Research

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ISSN: 1745-8862

Editor: Professor Rob van Tulder and Professor Alain Verbeke
Subject: International Business (view other series in this subject area)Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index logo. Scopus logo.
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Editorial Objectives

Progress in International Business Research is the official book series of the European International Business Academy (EIBA) in partnership with Emerald. The published volumes bring together the best papers from the annual EIBA conference focusing on a distinct theme. The latest volume in the series is titled The Future of Global Organizing and this can be purchased from our online Bookstore. This series is a much-needed channel for dissemination of new knowledge in international business research.

EIBA members have access to e-PIBR

EIBA members have online access to the latest published volume of the Progress in International Business Research book series (and all available archived volumes) as part of the annual EIBA membership benefits package.
Full access to the electronic version of PIBR (e-PIBR) is available via a password-protected logon. Simply go to the following link -  
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While the series is broad in scope each volume focuses on a particular topic or theme. Volumes are often organised around the theme of the annual conference and may include keynote speeches or panel presentations, as well as specially selected papers from the conference. However, this does not preclude the publication of high-quality contributions sourced from outside the EIBA conference.

Key Audiences

The target audience of Progress in International Business Research is the foremost scholars in international business and related fields such as strategic management, marketing, and organization studies; but the series also aims to reach policy-makers and the business community.


Progress in International Business Research encompasses empirical as well as conceptual research over a broad range of international business topics, and no preference is given to particular theoretical and/or methodological perspectives.

The organizer of the annual EIBA conference will typically co-edit the following volume - alongside the series editors - since this person will be responsible for organizing the review process for the conference. The initial selection of appropriate manuscripts will be based on the outcome of the review process for the annual conference. The series editors are responsible for the further selection and review of manuscripts for the book.

Contact the Editorial Team

Series Editors

Rob van Tulder
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, The Netherlands
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Alain Verbeke
University of Calgary, Canada
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Emma Stevenson 
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Publication ethics

This publication adopts the Emerald Publication Ethics guidelines which fully support the development of, and practical application of consistent ethical standards throughout the scholarly publishing community.

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