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NIBS Research

Welcome to the Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) dedicated page for applied and pedagogical research. NIBS is an active network of academics with leading personnel from international teams working towards greater internationalisation within universities across the world. 

Peer to Peer Research Feedback

This section is specifically for the exchange of academic peer to peer feedback on authors' research. We welcome you to contribute either recently published articles or research-in-progress papers for feedback, or to provide constructive feedback on research posted here. NIBS members are invited to join the forum and asked to subscribe if they wish to join (please click the red button below to access the NIBS Research Forum). 

The NIBS Network has recently published or is currently working on the following papers: 

 Title of paper Download paper  Contact 
Actualized Outcomes of International Business Case Competition Participation: A Three Country Exploratory Study   Click to download Prof. Jeffrey Johnson, St. Mary's University, Texas, USA; 
The Development of Undergraduate International Business Practicums in Small Business Schools: An Experiential Learning Framework  Click to download

Prof. Jeffrey Johnson, St. Mary's University, Texas, USA;

Research Collaboration Opportunities

Are you looking for collaborative partners for your research? Are you looking for a research project to join? Do you have a question about research publication that peers could help you with?

NIBS members have a number of options to help them with their research: 1) they can join our NIBS Research Forum 2) search our NIBS Members Directory for prospective partners, or 3) post their research question on our NIBS opportunities page. 


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NIBS Member Directory

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NIBS Opportunities

Click through through to view the opportunities across the NIBS network and promote your own opportunities