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International management achieves its balanced approach through the varied expertise of its author.With Arvind Phatak's well-known background in international strategy.Rabi Bhagat's noted research in cross-cultural management,and Roger Kashlak;s extensive work as a globel manager in the telecom industry in over 30 countries prior to his work in academia,this author team has complied a complete perspective on international management. questions to enhance student learning.
Chapter 11 is unique on managing technology and knowledge, an important, cutting-edge topic. The concept of technology and the relevance of appropriate technology transfer.
Chapter 17 Ethics and Social Responsibility for International Firms takes a contemporary look at the increasingly important field of ethics and social responsibility that global corporations face today.
Each chapter ends with a Chapter-summarizing Mini-cases while comprehensive full-length casters appear at the end of each section.
Practical Insight boxes contain interesting articles from the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. These articles incorporate real life scenarios of the concepts covered in the chapters.
A reference section in each chapter lists links, articles, and books to further expand on topics in the text.
Each chapter contains objectives and discussion questions to enhance student learningChapter 1: An Introduction to International Management
Chapter 2: The Global Macro-Economic Environment
Chapter 3: The Political Environment and Political Risk
Chapter 4: The International Legal Environment of Business
Chapter 5: The Cultural Environment
Case I:Euro Disneyland
Part II: Managing International Strategic Planning And Implementation
Chapter 6: Strategies for International Competition
Chapter 7: Modes of Entry into Foreign Markets
Chapter 8: Managing International Collaborative Initiatives
Chapter 9: Organizing International Operations
Chapter 10: Controlling International Strategies and Operations
Chapter 11: Managing Technology and Knowledge
Case II:The Global Branding of Stella Artois
Part III: Managing People And Processes Across Borders And Cultures
Chapter 12: Communication across Borders and Cultures
Chapter 13: Negotiation and Decision-Making across Borders and Cultures
Chapter 14: Work Motivation across Borders and Cultures
Chapter 15: Leadership across Borders and Cultures
Chapter 16: International Human Resources Management
Case III: Ellen Moore (A): Living and Working in Korea
Part IV: Ethical Dilemmas In International Management
Chapter 17: Ethics and Social Responsibility for International Firms
Case IV: Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices