Anxieties And Management Responses In International Business by R. SinkovicsAnxieties And Management Responses In International Business by R. Sinkovics

Anxieties And Management Responses In International Business

EditorR. Sinkovics, Mo Yamin

Hardcover | February 28, 2007

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This volume deals with "anxieties" in international business and their managerial ramifications. A key actor in the international business environment is the multinational enterprise (MNE) and one can make the case that the organization and politics of the MNE is a potential pool of anxiety. Anxieties are also manifest from the perspectives of countries and localities impacted by MNC activities and investment. All contributions highlight the complexities of the international business environment or the managerial implication of such complexity.
RUDOLF R. SINKOVICS is Senior Lecturer in International Business at the University of Manchester, Manchester Business School. His research centers on inter organizational governance, the role of received in firm internationalization, and research methods in international business. He recieved his Ph.D. from Vienna University of Econom...
Title:Anxieties And Management Responses In International BusinessFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0 inPublished:February 28, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230515568

ISBN - 13:9780230515567


Table of Contents

Introduction * PART ONE: NETWORKS AND SUBSIDIARIES * Networks: A New Paradigm in International Business History?--M. Casson * Entrepreneurship Orientation--F. Ciabuschi and M. Forsgren * The Role of Sales Subsidiary in MNC Innovativeness--J. Lindqvist, K. Blomqvist, and S. Saarenketo * PART TWO: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSES,LOCAL MARKET INTERACTIONS AND IMPACTS * Institutional Influences on Global Marketing Strategy--F. Van Eenennaam--C. M. L. Janssen and K. D. Brouthers * Service Multinationals and Forward Linkages With Client Firms: The Case of IT Outsourcing in Argentina and Brazil; M. Miozzo and D. P. Grimshaw * Multinationals and Economic Impacts: An Analysis of Fortune GlobaL 250 Reports--F. Fortanier and A. Kolk * PART THREE: POLITICAL AND STRATEGIC INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CHALLENGES * MNCs' Actions in the Socio-Political Market: The Study of a Case with Network Approach--J-W.Lee, P. N. Ghauri, and A. Hadjikhni * Internationalization Strategies Realized by Incumbent Firms as an Industry Evolves into a Global Oligopoly: The Case of the Pharmaceutical Industry--A. J. Langley, N. K. Kakabadse, and S. Swailes * Multinational Companies Battle Against Counterfeiting--E. Penz * Expanding the International Business Agenda on International Outsourcing--J. P. Hatonen and M. Ruokonen * PART FOUR: SME INTERNATIONALIZATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND THE INTERNET * Growth of a Greek International New Venture Across Geographic Markets and Industries--P. Dimitratos, I. Voudouris, and  H. Salavou * Cultural Adaptation in Cross Boarder Web-Presence: An Investigation of German Companies' Domestic U.S., U.K., and Latin American Websites--R. Sinkovics * Geographical Dimension: A Missing Link in the Internationalization of Born Global Firms--O. Kuivalainen--S. Sundqvist and P. Servais * The Outcomes of Unsolicited International Enquiries Received by SMEs--N. S. Zhang and R .B. McNaughton