Thunderbird International Business Review
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Edited By: Mary B. Teagarden
Online ISSN: 1520-6874
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- Explanatory footnotes should be kept to a minimum and be numbered consecutively throughout the text. References should be made by the in-text form of citation. The reference list should include information for all sources cited in the article. Please complete references on a separate sheet at the end of the manuscript. References should be organized using the following style:
Hinterhuber, H.H. & Levin, B.M. (1997). Strategic network development—The european perspective. The International Executive, 39(3), 329–333.
Thamin, F.J., Cruddick, R.A., & Bunkley, A.G. (1997). Compatibility and meaning of a proposed corporate symbol. Proceedings of the 89th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 14, 560–561.
Rugman, A. (1981). Inside the multinationals: The economics of internal markets. New York: Columbia University Press.
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