Tuesday, February 22, 2011

International Journal of Business Anthropology Vol. 2 (2) Tentative TOC

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Volume 2(2)
International Journal of
Business Anthropology
Tentative Table of Contents

Editorial Commentary

Cross Cultural Cooperation: Hybridization of Dutch – Indian Work Practices in Geographically Distributed IT Projects

Alfons van Marrewijk

Creating a Culture of Enterprise Cybersecurity

Allen W. Batteau

Organizational and Leadership Practice of Micro Ethnic Entrepreneurship in Multicultural Context: A Structural Reproduction Analysis

Xiaohua Lin, Jian Guan, and J. David Knottnerus

Anthropological Approaches to Cross-cultural Communications: Understanding Key Issues in International Business

Robert Guang Tian and Camilla Hong Wang

Business Anthropology and the Technology Company

Catherine Forsman and Daisy Rojas

The Economic Implications of Kinship: Petty Entrepreneurs in Guangzhou Garment Industry

Gao Chong

Social Capital and Corporate Cultures: The Case of Bulgaria

Adelina Milanova



Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Progress of International Journal of Business Anthropology

Dear readers and friends:
In addition to the inclusion of Cabell’s Directory, I am pleased to share with you that our journal (International Journal of Business Anthropology) is also listed in Ulrich's directory of publications, it is now carried by Proquest and EBSCO, which are library full text databases used by most of the university libraries.
More importantly, our journal is indexed with Google Scholar, which is somewhat of an open source location driven by google where you can access full text versions of articles.
Lastly, I am working with the publisher to get our journal be included in SSCI index system and the publisher told me that the SSCI people are very interested in getting our journal included. 
All these stated above is an indication that our journal has been widely accepted by the large international academic world.  I am proud of what we have accomplished in just two years and sincerely thank all of you for your support and trust. 
Warmest regards,


Sunday, February 13, 2011

IJBA Vol. 2 (1) Table of Contents

Volume 2(1)
International Journal of
Business Anthropology
Table of Contents

Editorial Commentary


Perspectives in Business Anthropology:  Cultural Production, Creativity and Constraints

Brian Moeran

Mobile Phone Use, Bricolage, and the Transformation of Social and Economic Ties of Micro-entrepreneurs in Urban Morocco
Hsain Ilahiane





Facilitating Intellectual Property Rights: A Role for Business Anthropologists

Alf H. Walle

Munkh-Ulzii Batmunkh Cross-Cultural Personality and Values: A Case Study of Mongolian Vs Taiwanese Doctors and Nurses
Tain-Fung Wu, Munkh-Ulzii Batmunkh, and Alex S. R. Lai

Acculturation Strategies in the American Labor Market: A Survey on Chinese Immigrants from Guantou Town
Xingying Zhou and Liangmei Yu

What Does A Culture of Corporate Social Responsibility “Look” Like?
A Glimpse into a Brazilian Mining Company
Fernanda Duarte

Sustainable Development of Eco-Cultural Tourism in Remote Regions: Lessons Learned from Southwest China
Chen Gang