Managerial Issues In International Business by F. Fai

Managerial Issues In International Business

EditorF. Fai, E. Morgan

Hardcover | March 21, 2006

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This thirteenth volume of the Academy of International Business series reflects the complexity of challenges faced by managers in today's global economy and the richness of the academic field of international business. It is novel in the range of issues it brings together with a number of chapters on two important contemporary themes in international business: the internationalization of services and doing business in China. The book concludes with the collective thoughts of several prominent international business scholars on new directions for international business scholarship.

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FELICIA M. FAI is a Lecturer in International Business and ELEANOR J. MORGAN is Senior Lecturer in Business Economics, both at the University of Bath's School of Management.
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Title:Managerial Issues In International BusinessFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:March 21, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230001939

ISBN - 13:9780230001930

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Table of Contents

List of Tables * List of Figures * Foreword--J.Clegg * Notes on the Contributors * Managerial Issues in International Business: Introduction--F.M.Fai & E.J.Morgan * The Relevance of Internationalization Theories: A Contingency Framework--C.A.Solberg & V.Askeland * Cheating and Incentive Schemes in International Joint Ventures--U.F.Ott * Managerial Perspectives on Business Purpose: Values, National Values and Institutions--S.Harris & C.Carr * A New Perspective on Parenting Spin-offs for Cluster Formation--M.P.Ferreira, W.Hesterley & A.T.Tavares * Towards an Explanation of MNE FDI in the City of London Financial Services Cluster--N.R.Pandit, G.A.S.Cook & P.N.Ghauri * International Entrepreneurship Strategy and Managing Network Dynamics: SMEs in the UK Advertising Sector--D.K.Boojihawon * Cross-Border Management Issues in International Law Firms--S.Segal-Horn & A.Dean * The Performance Management-Training Interface in Australian Firms in China--S.McGrath-Champ & X.Yang * Country of Origin Effects on Knowledge Transfers from MNEs to their Chinese Suppliers: An Exploratory Investigation--J-L.Duanmu * Foreign Direct Investment Flows into an Integrating Europe: MNE Strategy and Location Decisions1981-2001--D.Dimitropoulou & R.Pearce * New Directions in International Business--S.Collinson, P.Buckley, G.Yip & J.Dunning * Index