Readings in International Business

Readings in International Business

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This collection of readings provides a solid grounding in the major practical business decisions that students and managers face in a global setting. The organization of the reader emphasizes general patterns of trade and investment flows, while examining in depth - the reasons for the internationalization of firms and the international dimension of various functional areas, including finance, accounting, marketing, and production.In six sections the readings take up changes in international ownership patterns, corporate strategy, international marketing issues, the basic financial decisions and taxation issues for a multinational firm, and political risk. Each section includes an introduction that outlines the basic ideas to be discussed, as well as questions, key terms, and suggestions for further reading.Robert Z. Aliber is Professor of International Economics and Finance at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago. Reid W. Click is Assistant Professor of Economics in the Lemberg Program in International Economics and Finance at Brandeis University.The decline in American industrial productivity is both absolute and relative and is not attributable in any fundamental sense to the 1981-1983 world ... for the American market by joining with Toyota to produce a Toyota- designed car (a version of the Corolla) in Fremont, California.1 This humiliating admission that GM cannot do the job alone emphasizes the malaise From California Management Review, anbsp;...

Title:Readings in International Business
Author:Robert Z. Aliber, Reid W. Click
Publisher:MIT Press - 1993


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