Dear Colleagues,Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), founded in 1987, is an international association of professionals actively pursuing the exchange of information and ideas concerning the Japanese business system and its economic, social and cultural environment. AJBS holds annual conferences at venues throughout the world, providing an opportunity for discussion of current developments and research on a range of business, public policy, and teaching issues related to Japan. Here, we have collated some up-to-date information for you to browse. We have included a collection of recent articles, books, and conference information related to Japanese business studies. We hope you find something useful for your work!
The 35th annual conference of AJBS will be held in July of 2022 in Miami, Florida – USA. The conference chair is Skylar Powell, Western Washington University. The Academy of International Business (AIB) conference will hold its pre-conference events on July 5-6, while the main conference runs from July 6-9, 2022. The Call for Papers and conference information will be announced soon.
Business models, stakeholders and capabilities in coping with societal grand challenges: the case of Japan's convenience storesAsian Business & ManagementThrown off track? Adjustments of Asian business to shock eventsAsian Business & ManagementNew venture entrepreneurship and context in East Asia: a systematic literature reviewAsian Business & ManagementSeeing the tree and the forest: Japanese auto firm multinational dispersion, cultural distance, and foreign manufacturing subsidiary ownership levelsAsian Business & ManagementEarnings quality and internal control in bank-dominated corporate governanceAsian Business & ManagementHow supervisors respond to employee voice: an experimental study in China and JapanAsian Business & ManagementLanguage and identity in the shadow: A multi-case study of a Japanese multinational corporationInternational Business ReviewMultilingual mediators in the shadows: a case study of a Japanese multinational corporationThe International Journal of Human Resource ManagementIn search of 'low-hanging fruits' or 'ideal' candidates? Understanding headhunters' candidate search activitiesHuman Resource Management JournalExpatriate justice and host country nationals' work outcomes: Does host country nationals' language proficiency matter?Journal of International ManagementOne way or another? An international comparison of expatriate performance management in multinational companiesHuman Resource ManagementMaking a successful transition to work: A fresh look at organizational support for young newcomers from an individual-driven career adjustment perspectiveJournal of Vocational BehaviorToward a process model of newcomer socialization: Integrating pre- and post-entry factors for newcomer adjustmentHuman Resource Development QuarterlyGraduate employability and higher education's contributions to human resource development in sport business before and after COVID-19Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism EducationEmployee voice mechanisms, transformational leadership, group prototypicality, and voice behaviour: a comparison of portfolio career workers in Japan, Korea and ChinaAsia Pacific Business ReviewEvaluation of personnel-adjusted added value: Estimating its relationship with future profit in JapanCogent Economics & FinanceBusiness practices of highly innovative Japanese firmsAsia Pacific Management ReviewJapanese CEOs cross-cultural management of customer value orientation in India. Management Decision
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