Current Calls

Call for Special Issue proposals
JIBP has issued a call for Special Issue proposals, with a deadline of June 1, 2019. Special Issues should encourage new streams of insightful and influential research, in line with the JIBP Statement of Editorial Policy. The JIBP Editors welcome in particular Special Issue proposals that connect mainstream research performed within the IB community and streams of research on IB-related policy issues developed in related disciplines.

Full Call available here.

Special Issue on Social and Political Uncertainty
JIBP has issued a call for papers for a special issue on “Managing, Theorizing, and Policymaking in an Age of Social and Political Uncertainty” with a submission deadline of September 1, 2020.

Full Call available here.

Special Issue on The Belt and Road Initiative
JIBP has issued a call for paper proposals for a special issue on “The Belt and Road Initiative: How Policy Changes Affect Global Competition and Cooperation for Multinational Enterprises in the New International Business Environment” with a proposal submission deadline of March 1, 2020.

Full Call available here.

Special Issue on Global Value Chain-Oriented Policies
JIBP has issued a call for paper proposals for a special issue on “Global Value Chain-Oriented Policies” with a submission deadline of September 1, 2019.

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Past Calls

Special Issue on The Sustainable Development Goals
JIBP has issued a call for paper proposals for a special issue on “The Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Multinational Enterprises?” with a submission deadline of May 30, 2019.

Full Call available here.

Special Issue on Patent Policy and IB
JIBP has issued a call for paper proposals for a special issue on “25 Years Since TRIPS: Patent Policy and International Business” with a full paper submission deadline of July 31, 2019.

Full Call available here.

Special Issue on Migrants, Migration Policies, and IB Research
JIBP has issued a call for paper proposals for a special issue on “Migrants, Migration Policies, and International Business Research: Current Trends and New Directions.”

The deadline for submitting 4000-word proposals has been extended to September 14, 2018.

Full Call available here