Journal of Asia Business Studies

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The Journal of Asia Business Studies aims to identify and highlight theoretical and practical issues faced by companies competing in the booming markets of Asia, and by Asian corporations in Western markets. The Journal seeks to disseminate knowledge and information about theoretical advancement and best practices regarding Asia business.

Latest Issue: Volume 7, No. 3

Journal of Asia Business Studies

Cross-country variations in volume-price variability relationship in Asia
Wei Hua, Rui-Xiang Wang, Peihwang Wei (pp. 203 - 213)

Factors influencing consumers' online shopping in China
Wen Gong, Rodney L. Stump, Lynda M. Maddox (pp. 214 - 230)

Risks to auto sector recovery: bankruptcies of auto suppliers in East Asia and the USA
Harlan Platt, Marjorie Platt (pp. 231 - 243)

The accelerated internationalization of born global firms: a knowledge transformation process view
Hsiu Ying Huang, Ming Huei Hsieh (pp. 244 - 261)

Do multinational corporations flexibly respond to exchange rate fluctuations? A tale of two Korean MNCs
Young-Ryeol Park, Sangcheol Song, Eun-kyoung Rhee (pp. 262 - 277)

Conceptualizing consumer “trust” in online buying behaviour: an empirical inquiry and model development in Indian context
Sangeeta Sahney, Koustab Ghosh, Archana Shrivastava (pp. 278 - 298)

Scope / Coverage

JABS is published in English and is double blind peer reviewed. The editorial team welcomes papers in all the major business disciplines including (but not limited to):

  • Accounting
  • E-commerce
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Ethics
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Strategy

Key Benefits

  • Explores the issues affecting Asian businesses and businesses operating in Asia
  • Practical advice on business in Asia through Executive Viewpoints from leading professionals
  • The opportunity to learn from case studies of business in the region
  • An understanding of the different issues affecting different Asian countries
  • Consideration of submissions of conceptual and empirical manuscripts, cases, book reviews, and transcripts of executive interviews

Key Journal Audience

  • Researchers and students in Business Schools (at University level)
  • Economics researchers and students (at University level)
  • Business practitioners and policy makers who are interested in analyses and implications of current business practices

Indexed and Abstracted In:

  • Cabell's Dictionary of Publishing Opportunities in Management
  • EBSCO Discovery Service
  • Summon
  • Zetoc (British Library)