International Business; A Manager's Guide to Strategy in the Age of Globalism / Edition 1by Carl A. Nelson, Nelson
Pub. Date: 01/28/1999
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This book is designed to explain to managers the international business system. It, covers all aspects of modern international business including the USSR's entry into the free world mare expansion of economic integration such as EC-92 and NAFTA. This title will show how nation/state boundaries are overlaid by a global business system. Material found in more traditional international business books will be presented; however, in this book the subject matter will be treated in terms of how businesses can and do interact with governments which use laws to manipulate business for their nation's economic advantage. The processes that can be used to improve and facilitate cross-border business are explained and the reader will be shown how governments and businesses can reach a situation that benefits both parties.
Table of ContentsOther books by the author; Foreword; Preface; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Part One: Setting The Scene For The 21st Century, 1. Global Business as a System, 2. Means of Wealth Exchange, 3. Organizing for World-Class Business, 4. Sourcing Globally (Importing); Part Two: Conflict At The Borders, 5.Mastering Diverse Cultures, 6. Conflicting Trade Theories, 7. Competing Development Theories, 8.Opposing Public Policies, Part Three: Competition At The Borders, 9.Today's Reality: Trade-Development Link 10. Trade Creation, 11. Trade Barriers, Part Four: In Search Of Harmony, 12. Monetary Harmonization, 13. Trade Harmonization, 14. Regional Harmonization: Economic Integration, Appendix A, Glossary of International Business Terms, Notes, Bibliography, Index.
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