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by International Business Research Forum on Emerging Issues in internati,Masaaki Kotabe,Preet S. Aulakh

Free eBook Emerging Issues in International Business Research (New Horizons in International Business.) download ISBN: 1840648368
Author: International Business Research Forum on Emerging Issues in internati,Masaaki Kotabe,Preet S. Aulakh
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (April 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 285
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Top scholars in the field of international business (IB) contribute to this comprehensive analysis of the current . Scholars, students and policymakers interested in international business issues will find this collection a unique and useful tool in their work.

Scholars, students and policymakers interested in international business issues will find this collection a unique and useful tool in their work.

February 1994 · Journal of International Business Studies.

It ends by considering the future. February 1994 · Journal of International Business Studies.

PART II INTERFACES BETWEEN BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONS 6. Emerging issues in MNC–host government relations in developing countries Ravi Ramamurti.

PART I THE MACRO-ENVIRONMENT 2. Regional integration and foreign direct investment: theory and lessons from NAFTA Lorraine Eden. 3. Intellectual property rights and international business Subhash C. Jain. PART II INTERFACES BETWEEN BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONS 6. 7. National export promotion: A statement of issues, changes, and opportunities Michael R. Czinkota.

Top scholars in the field of international business contribute to this comprehensive analysis of the current .

Masaaki Kotabe, Preet S. Aulakh.

Expanding business overseas means reaching new clients or customers .

Expanding business overseas means reaching new clients or customers and potentially boosting profits. Beyond abiding by official laws, engaging in international business often requires following other unwritten cultural guidelines. This can prove especially challenging in emerging markets with ill-defined regulations or potential corruption.

Topics covered include. Business, production, and market orientation of local firms. Outsourcing from EM. Marketing effectiveness and marketing culture. Local culture, consumer behaviour, and advertisements. Transforming local brands into global brands. Local multinational firms and their management. Foreign investments, risks, and returns. Corporate culture, strategy and ethics. Organisational behaviour, human resources, and training and development

International Business is business conducted across the globe

International Business is business conducted across the globe. It includes a number of transactions and all different types of international business issues transactions. For example transfer of services, technology, products, knowledge and managerial skills and also finances to other countries in terms of loans. In short, it includes import and exports of goods and services. In international business issues are always conducted on a huge scale and not small because the goods need to be first supplied in the local markets and they sent or exported to global markets. Hence the operations are conducted on a huge scale. Combines global economy.

Top scholars in the field of international business (IB) contribute to this comprehensive analysis of the current state-of-the-art in IB research. The focus of the book is to examine the current state of international business research from an issue-oriented approach rather than the functional approaches that have been characteristic in the recent evolution of the field. In evaluating the current state and future research directions in areas unique to international business, the book is structured in three parts: the macro-environment, interactions between business and institutions, and competition and strategy.

The thirteen chapters in the book deal with specific topics (including regional integration, cultural and financial globalization, intellectual property protection, firm relations with various governments and multilateral agencies, business groups, international acquisitions and alliances, and the impact of the internet on international business) and provide descriptive and theoretical approaches to the understanding of contemporary and potential future issues in international business research.

Scholars, students and policymakers interested in international business issues will find this collection a unique and useful tool in their work.