International Business and Global Information Management Research: Toward a Cumulative Tradition

International Business and Global Information Management Research: Toward a Cumulative Tradition

Fred Niederman (Saint Louis University, USA), David J. Boggs (Saint Louis University, USA) and Sumit Kundu (Saint Louis University, USA)
Copyright: © 2002 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.2002010104
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Abstract

This work reviews the relationship between the disciplines of international business and global information management (GIM), examining how international business has served as a reference discipline for GIM and how GIM has contributed to the development of international business. GIM contributions are considered in terms of their findings as well as topic and approach. Based on a review of all Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM) articles since the inception of the journal, this paper identifies international business scholars that have been important to the field of GIM and some who might deserve more attention.

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