The Journal of International & Interdisciplinary Business Research publishes papers with either an international or interdisciplinary focus and particularly values papers with both international and interdisciplinary elements. The papers published in the Journal contribute an original theoretical idea and/or empirical insight to at least one of the core academic business disciplines — including accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, international business, strategy, entrepreneurship, business law, logistics, informatics, and ethics.
Current Volume: Volume 2 (2015) Journal of International & Interdisciplinary Business Research
Cover, Masthead, and Contents
Front Matter and Editorial Board
Fort Hays State University California State University - Los Angeles
TESTING THE MEDIATING ROLE OF LEADERS’ BACKGROUND ON THE
EFFECTS OF NATIONALITY ON GLOBAL MINDSET
Heike Matthes and John E. Barbuto Jr.
PUBLISHING BOOK REVIEWS IN ACCOUNTING JOURNALS: A LOST ART?
Hagai Gringarten, Raúl Fernández-Calienes, and Lloyd Mitchell
DO INVESTOR CLIENTELES HAVE A DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT ON PRICE AND VOLATILITY? THE CASE OF BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY
Ling T. He and K. Michael Casey
THE NOT SO “ALL-INCLUSIVE” TOURISM IN JAMAICA: ECONOMIC LINKAGES TO LOCAL SUPPLY
Leo-Rey C. Gordon and Mark D. Harris
USING GOAL PROGRAMMING TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF MARKETING CAMPAIGNS
Arben Asllani and Alireza Lari