volume 25, issue 2, P78-90 2017
DOI: 10.1108/mbr-03-2017-0017
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Klaus E. Meyer

Abstract: Purpose The apparent onset of an era of anti-globalization creates significant challenges for international business (IB) practice, research and education. This paper aims to discuss the implication of these challenges for IB scholarship. Design/methodology/approach This essay assesses the needs for research in IB in view of the challenges posed by the anti-globalization movement. Findings The author identifies and analyzes two sets of concerns of the anti-globalization movement: the unequal distribution …

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