International Business Negotiations

International Business Negotiations

Provides an understanding about the impact of culture and communication on international business negotiations. This work explores the problems faced by Western managers while doing business abroad and offers guidelines for international business negotiations. It also focuses on an important aspect of international business: negotiations.

International Business

Theory and Practice

International Business

Useful for undergraduate and graduate students of international business, this work features coverage of the Asian financial crisis and the European Union. Its treatment of such topics as foreign exchange, international trade policy, and economic development introduces students to techniques for analyzing national economies.

International Business

International Business

The open character of the global economy combined with the internationalization of business means that business students are increasingly required to understand the complexities of international business. This introductory textbook provides students with a comprehensive overview of this vital topic. Subjects discussed withing the text include: the political and economic environment; culture; management and organization; international marketing strategies; intercultural communication; international law; international finance; and logistics / international transport.

International Business

International Business

International Business is a comprehensive textbook with examples and cases from across the world. It brings out the key concepts of international business in a very simple and lucid manner with numerous real-life examples, vignettes, diagrams, and illustrations, so as to facilitate and reinforce learning. Salient Features : • The textbook covers contemporary topics such as 10-P Model of Global Strategic Management, 5-E Model of Change in International Business, Bilateral Trade Relations of EU and BRICS countries etc. • Application orientation with-more than 100 exhibits and more than 300 chapter-end OTQs

International Business

International Business

International Business is the market-leading high school international business text and provides the foundation for studying international business and conducting business in the global economy. Students develop the appreciation, knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to live and work in a global marketplace and are provided with a wealth of learning experiences that will prepare them for entry-level international business and marketing occupations. The text is appropriate for a year-long course, however can be used for a semester course as well. The appealing design and layout reflect real-world global business activities and cross-cultural settings. This edition includes engaging new features that draw students into the world of international business including a Regional Perspective feature which shows a graphic and a map reflecting specific regions being covered; eCommerce In Action allowing students to understand the impact of technology on global business activities; Communication Across Borders and A Question of Ethics provide students with opportunities to analyze alternative aspects of international business. International Business 4E includes coverage that makes it appropriate for use in the National Academy Foundation's International Finance course as well as the National Standards for Business Education. The text covers real-world applications, projects, technology, ethics, and cross-curricular links. Assessments are found at the end of each lesson and at the end of each chapter. Students will find the communication sections particularly useful in helping them prepare international communication and trade documentation. The technology coverage from a global perspective helps students research and prepare interactive multimedia presentations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

International Business

International Business

International Business

International Business

International Business

The third edition of International Business offers an action-focused, practical approach to the topic, helping students understand the global business environment and its repercussions for executives. The book provides thorough coverage of the field, delving into fundamental concepts and theory; the cultural, political, and economic environment; international business strategies; and even functional management areas. More comprehensive than competing books, International Business includes: Strengthened, expanded global cases, examples, and 'industry' and 'country' mini-cases that give students practical insight into the ways companies actually behave within a competitive, global environment Updated coverage of key trends that impact how international business functions, including the drivers of globalization, e-commerce and the impact of the Internet, and international entrepreneurship New material on technology issues, the impact of the financial crisis, and problems in the EU Expanded discussion of the skills and strategies students need to succeed in today's international business environment, including dynamic capabilities, foreign direct investment, and market entry strategies Also featuring a companion website with a test bank, Powerpoint slides, and instructor’s manual, this book is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students and instructors of any international business course.

Coopetition in International Business

Coopetition in International Business

"This book addresses a new philosophy or a major strategy that is emerging today in international business: simulaneous competition and cooperation between multinational enterprises (MNEs) and their global rivals, foreign governments, alliance partners, and corporate members. ... Coopetition goes beyond conventional rules of competition and cooperation to combine the advantages of both. Coopetition involves cooperating to create a bigger business pie, while competing to divide it up. Cooperation reflects the elements of mutual accommodation and collaboration, seeking joint payoffs and goal accomplishment from the interdependent activities or resources. Competition reflect the elements of bargaining or control and related conflicts, seeking private gains for the[ir] own party."--Page 9 (Preface).

International Business

Critical Perspectives on Business and Management

International Business

This comprehensive four volume set includes all major contributions to the field of international business. It also includes key writings in the areas of international political economy and on regional and national issues.