Regional Cultures, Managerial Behavior, And Entrepreneurship

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Overview

In Regional Cultures, Managerial Behavior, and Entrepreneurship: An International Perspective, edited by Joseph W. Weiss, a group of international business and development specialists tries to isolate and analyze the subject. Offering both empirical analysis and experience-based case studies of eight nations--including the U.S. (Silicon Valley), Catalonia, France, Finland, Switzerland, India, West Germany and Belize--the authors explore the ways in which regional culture influences and is influenced by industrial and management practices. Entrepreneurial Economy RevieW

Although the spread of industrialization in both developed and less-developed regions has obvious importance worldwide, no systematic research has examined the reasons why entrepreneurship has succeeded in some settings and failed in others. The present volume, written by an international group of business and development specialists, is the first to isolate and analyze this subject. Offering both empirical analysis and experience-based case studies of eight nations, the contributors explore the ways in which regional culture influences and is influenced by industrial and management practices.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780899303277
  • Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/24/1988
  • Pages: 222
  • Lexile: 1300L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

JOSEPH W. WEISS is an Associate Professor of Management, at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction by Joseph W. Weiss

Regional Cultures and High-Technology Management: Route 128 and Silicon Valley by Joseph W. Weiss and Andre Delbecq

The Business Culture of Silicon Valley: Is It a Model for the Future? by Andre Delbecq and Joseph W. Weiss

The Nine Nations of North America and the Value Basis of Geographic Segmentation by Lynn R. Kahle

Catalan Regional Business Culture, Entrepreneurship, and Management Behavior: An Exploratory Study by Nieves Martinez and Pedro Nueno

Regional Industrial Cultures and Entrepreneurship in a Centralized Country: The Case of France by Jean-Paul Larcon

Entrepreneurship and Local Government Strategies in Finland: A Regional Perspective by Henri J. Vartiainen

Local Cultures and Management: The Case of Switzerland and Its Societal Management Model by Max Daetwyler

Regional Culture, Entrepreneurship, and High-Technology Development in India by Raghu Nath

Industrial Competitive Development in Three Regions in the Federal Republic of Germany: The Case of Kassel, Bonn, and Duisburg by Horst Albach and Hermann Tengler

The Entrepreneurial Enterprise of Changing Capitals across Regional Cultures: The Case of Belize by Sam M. Hai

Concluding Comments by Joseph W. Weiss

Bibliography

Index

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