Global Foreign-Exchange Markets Scope of Geographic Coverage: The Strategy of International Business Background for International Business 1. Trade and Investment 6.
Global Strategy, Structure, and Implementation Case Links—To help students better appreciate the connections among ideas and practices, Case Links highlight key sections of the text with shading and icons, indicating that the ideas being discussed elaborate on the ideas presented in the opening and closing cases.
Stay on Top of the Globe: Direct Investment and Collaborative Strategies The following are the learning aids used in this text: International Trade and Factor-Mobility Theory 7. These terms and others are then assembled in an end-of-chapter list and into a comprehensive glossary at the end of the book for easy reference.
Every chapter begins and ends with a case that either introduces new material or integrates what has been learned. Managing International Operations Scope of Company Coverage: The cases in this text present an extensive range of topics from environmental, institutional, country, industry, company, and individual perspectives.
Anticipate What Will Happen Next: What will happen to National Cultures?
The following cases are entirely new: Key Terms and Points: Country Evaluation and Selection Bolding, Marginal Notes, and Glossary—Every chapter highlights key terms; each key term is put in bold print when it first appears.
A Catfish by Any Other Name…? The Cultural Environments Facing Business 3.
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