Child, John and Linda Hsieh 2014. Decision mode, information and network attachment in the internationalization of SMEs: A configurational and contingency analysis. Journal of World Business, 49 (4): 598-610.
Child, John, Martin Ihrig and Yasmin Merali 2014. Organization as Information – a Space Odyssey. Organization Studies, 35 (6): 801-824.
Child, John and Svetla T. Marinova 2014. The role of contextual combinations in the globalization of Chinese firms. Management and Organization Review, 10 (3): 347–371.
Child, John and Svetla T. Marinova 2014. Response: Reflections on the Commentaries. Management and Organization Review,10 (3): 405-409.
Puthusserry, Pushyarag, John Child and Suzana B. Rodrigues 2014. Psychic distance, its business impact and modes of coping: a study of British and Indian partner SMEs. Management International Review, 54: 1-29.
Child, John 2015. Organization: Contemporary Principles and Practice, 2nd edition. Chichester: Wiley.
Luo, Yadong and John Child 2015 . A composition-based view of firm growth. Management and Organization Review, 11 (3): 379-411.
Child, John 2016. Building the innovation capacity of SMEs in China.
In Arie Y. Lewin, Martin Kenney and Johann Peter Murmann (eds.), China’s Innovation Challenge, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 189-218.
2017 and forthcoming
Child, John 2017. Downward accountability. In Ciaran Driver and Grahame Thompson (eds.), Where Now for Corporate Governance? Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
Child, John 2017. SMEs in emerging economies: Strategies, innovation and internationalization. InRobert Grosse & Klaus Meyer (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Management in Emerging Markets. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
Child, John 2017. Should your research deal with power? AIB Insights, 17 (4) forthcoming.
Child, John, Linda Hsieh, Said Elbanna, Joanna Karmowska, Svetla Marinova, Pushyarag Puthusserry, Rose Narooz, Terence Tsai and Yunlu Zhang 2017. SME International Business Models: The Role of Context and Experience. Journal of World Business (forthcoming: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jwb.2017.05.004).
Frynas, J.George, John Child and Shlomo Y. Tarba 2017. Nonmarket social and political strategies – An introduction to new integrative approaches and interdisciplinary borrowings. British Journal of Management (forthcoming).
Karmowska, Joanna, John Child and Phil James 2017. A successful failure: The meaning of temporariness in occupational membership-based organizations. British Journal of Management, 28 (2): 213-230.
Narooz, R. & Child, J. 2017. Networking responses to contrasting levels of institutional void: A comparison of internationalizing SMEs in Egypt and the UK. International Business Review, 26 (4): 683-696.
Vendrell-Herrero, Ferran, Emanuel Gomes, Kamel Mellahi and John Child. Building international business bridges in geographically isolated areas: The role of Foreign Market Focus and Outward Looking Competences in Latin American SMEs. Journal of World Business (forthcoming).
Works in progress/under review
Child, John. Hierarchy (book under contract with Routledge).
Child, John, David Faulkner, Stephen Tallman and Linda Hsieh. Cooperative Strategy (3rd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press (under contract).
Child, John, Rose Narooz, Said Elbanna, Linda Hsieh, Joanna Karmowska, Svetla Marinova, Pushyarag Puthusserry, Terence Tsai and Lulu Zhang. Accounting for network spread among internationally-active SMEs.
Elbanna, Said, Linda Hsieh and John Child. SME decision-making on internationalization: A critical review and research agenda.
Elg, Ulf, Pervez Ghauri, John Child and Simon Collinson. MNEs’ microfoundations and routines for building a legitimate and sustainable position on emerging markets.
Hsieh, Linda, John Child, Rose Narooz, Said Elbanna, Joanna Karmowska, Svetla Marinova, Pushyarag Puthusserry, Terence Tsai and Lulu Zhang. A multi-dimensional perspective of SME internationalization speed: individual, firm and contextual influences.
Puthusserry, Pushyarag, John Child and Zaheer Khan. Social capital development during stages of internationalization: Relations between British and Indian SMEs.