Activities and Study Guide for Dlabay/Scott's International Business / Edition 4

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Overview

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS continues to be the only international business text written specifically for the high school market. Students learn the basic foundations of business within the context of the global economy. This edition includes enhanced coverage of international finance, making it appropriate for use in the National Academy Foundation's International Finance course. With its strong links to history, geography, and cultures around the world, International Business 3E builds a strong cross-curricular component into the course.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780538450522
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 5/4/2010
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 248
  • Sales rank: 1,025,320
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Les R. Dlabay, Ed.D. is Professor of Business in the Department of Economics and Business at Lake Forest College in Illinois. He has taught more than 30 different business courses in high school, community college, university, teacher preparation, and adult education programs. Dr. Dlabay has presented more than 300 teacher workshops and seminars emphasizing interactive learning strategies, including team projects and field research activities. His "hobbies" include a cereal package collection (from over 100 countries) and banknotes from 200 countries; these are used to teach economic, cultural, and political aspects of global business. In an effort to prepare students to do business in varied economic settings, Professor Dlabay makes extensive use of class assignments related to world hunger, poverty, micro-finance, and micro-enterprise.

James Calvert Scott, Ph.D., is a retired professor in the Department of Business Information Systems at Utah State University. He three times served as a visiting professor at the Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, Bristol. He earned his B.A. from Boise State University and his Ed.M. and Ph.D. from Oregon State University. He completed postdoctoral work in international business at the University of South Carolina at Columbia. An award-winning researcher, he has authored more than 175 publications. Active in business education-related organizations, he has served as editor for The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal and for two National Business Education Association yearbooks.

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Table of Contents

1. We Live in a Global Economy. 2. Our Global Economy. 3. Cultural Influences on Global Business. 4. Government and Global Business. 5. Structures of International Business Organizations. 6. Importing, Exporting, and Trade Relations. 7. Foreign Exchange and International Finance. 8. Legal Agreements Around the World. 9. Global Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. 10. Management Principles in Action. 11. Human Resources Management. 12. International Career Planning. 13. Organized Labor. 14. Information Needs for Global Business Activities. 15. Production Systems for Global Business. 16. Global Marketing and Consumer Behavior. 17. Developing Goods and Services for Global Markets. 18. Global Pricing and Distribution Strategies. 19. Global Promotional Strategies. 20. Global Financial Activities. 21. Managing International Business Risk.
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