Journal of Asia Business Studies (JABS)
Special Issue: Immigrant Effect And International Business Management
Call for Papers
Professor Rosalie Tung, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Dr Henry Chung, Massey University, New Zealand
The U.S. think tank, Hudson Institute, coined the term, “global workforce 2000”, to refer to the growing mobility of people worldwide. Countries that have received many immigrants from different parts of the world can benefit from the presence of these immigrant communities because of their special knowledge and connections with their country of origins (COO). The concept, “immigrant effect“, refers to the impact that an immigrant employer or employee has on the success of international business operations that pertain to the immigrant‘s COO.
To advance our understanding of the immigration effect, the Journal of Asia Business Studies (JABS), a premium peer-reviewed academic publication (www.theJABS.org), invites manuscripts that address issues related to the “immigrant effect”, international human resource management, internationalization, international trade, international marketing strategies, cross-cultural management and so on. In particular, we welcome papers that focus on the Asia-Pacific region. However, research that draws from data on other geographical areas is also welcome.
Possible topics for empirical and theoretical research papers include (but are not limited to):
• International human resource management and immigrant effect
• Internationalization and immigrant effect
• International marketing strategies and immigrant effect
• International entrepreneurship and immigrant effect
• International trade and immigrant effect
• International network and immigrant effect
• Cross-cultural management and immigrant effect
• Immigrant effect and performance
Manuscripts should be submitted as an e-mail attachment to Guest Editor, Dr. Henry Chung at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 30, 2009.
Journal of Asia Business Studies is a vibrant peer-reviewed academic journal with a growing international influence. Its editorial board is comprised of accomplished scholars from prestigious institutions. Besides scholarly researches, the journal also publishes interviews with senior executives of well-known corporations. For example, the Journal has published interviews with the chairmen and founders of Adobe Inc., Asia Pacific Chairman of McKinsey and Morgan Stanley.
Information about manuscript styles, as well as the prestigious editorial board of JABS and the content of its current and past issues, can be found at http://www.theJABS.org .
Chung, H. F. L. (2004). An Empirical Investigation of Immigrant Effects: The Experience of Firms Operating in the Emerging Markets. International Business Review, Vol.13, No. 6, 705-728.
Johnston, W. B. (1991). Global Work Force 2000: The New World Labor Market. Harvard Business Review, March-April, 115-127.
The formal call is attached to this email as well as pasted below. Please email either co-editor if you have any questions. Have a wonderful semester, and we look very much forward to your papers!
Dr. Dilek Zamantili Nayir