Anne-Wil Harzing

A Bibliographic Analysis of the Scholarly Writings of Jose de la Torre

2023-09-26T19:21:57+00:00September 26th, 2023|AIB Newsletter, News|

Introduction Jose de la Torre’s publishing career spanned more than 50 years, with his first publication in 1970 and his last article published posthumously in 2023. Fittingly for an IB scholar, his first journal article was published in the just established Journal of International Business Studies (1971), whilst his last articles [...]

A Bibliographic Analysis of the Scholarly Writings of Stephen Kobrin

2022-10-12T13:42:15+00:00October 12th, 2022|AIB Newsletter, News|

Introduction Stephen Kobrin’s publishing career spanned more than 45 years, with his first work being published in 1975 and his last published in 2021. Fittingly for a scholar who has made such an impact on the field of International Business, his first journal article was published in 1976 in the Journal [...]

A Bibliographic Analysis of the Scholarly Writings of Jean J. Boddewyn

2022-06-16T15:36:44+00:00June 15th, 2022|AIB Newsletter|

Introduction One would be hard pushed to find another scholar who has had such a long scholarly writing career as Jean Boddewyn. Boddewyn continued to make major contributions into his nineties. Even in the last five years of his life, he published half a dozen articles in core International Business journals. [...]

Frontline IB: Anne-Wil Harzing

2021-09-16T13:57:23+00:00September 16th, 2021|Frontline IB|

leave a comment About Anne-Wil Harzing Anne-Wil is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University London, and a visiting Professor at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Her research interests include international HRM, HQ-subsidiary relationships, language in international business, the international research process, and the quality and impact of academic [...]

IB Ethics: How to Keep Your Google Scholar Profile Clean

2021-01-07T14:08:44+00:00January 5th, 2021|Ethics Blog, News|

By Anne-Wil Harzing Online research profiles such as LinkedIn, ResearchGate, and Google Scholar Profiles, and social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and blogging are becoming more important in academia. However, it can be hard to keep your online profiles up-to-date and free of errors. At the same time, doing so [...]