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Test Bank for International Business 2nd Edition by Shad Morris James Oldroyd

By: Shad Morris James Oldroyd
ISBN-10: 1119679788
/ ISBN-13: 9781119679745

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Edition: 2nd Edition
Authors: Shad Morris James Oldroyd
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CHAPTER 1: Globalization

    • Introduction
    • 1.1 What Is Globalization?
    • 1.2 The Flat World, Round World Globalization Debate
    • 1.3 Governing Globalization
    • 1.4 Managing Globalization
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 2: Analytical Tools for International Business

    • Introduction
    • 2.1 Why International Business?
    • 2.2 External Environment
    • 2.3 Internal Environment
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 3: Political Systems

    • Introduction
    • 3.1 The Political Spectrum
    • 3.2 Political Risks
    • 3.3 Measures of Political Freedom
    • 3.4 Government’s Involvement in Business
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 4: The Legal Environment

    • Introduction
    • 4.1 Differing Legal Systems
    • 4.2 Common Legal Issues for International Business
    • 4.3 Illegal versus Unethical Conduct
    • 4.4 Important International Laws
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 5: Economic Systems

    • Introduction
    • 5.1 Understanding Economic Systems
    • 5.2 Measuring Output
    • 5.3 Governmental Economic Controls
    • 5.4 Currency Fluctuation and Concentration Effects
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 6: Currency and Foreign Exchange

    • Introduction
    • 6.1 What Is Money?
    • 6.2 Understanding Exchange Rates
    • 6.3 The Consequences of Under- or Overvalued Currencies for International Businesses
    • 6.4 Understanding and Managing Exchange Rate Risk
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 7: Trade

    • Introduction
    • 7.1 Theories of Trade
    • 7.2 Trade Imbalances and their Consequences
    • 7.3 Patterns of Trade: Increased Regionalization
    • 7.4 Government Policies Directed at Trade
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 8: Culture

    • Introduction
    • 8.1 What Is Culture?
    • 8.2 What Does Culture Mean for Business?
    • 8.3 Managing Cultural Differences
    • 8.4 Building Cultural Intelligence
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 9: Sustainability

    • Introduction
    • 9.1 What Is Sustainability?
    • 9.2 Fighting Short-Termism
    • 9.3 Collaborating for Sustainability
    • 9.4 Sustainability and Innovation
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 10: Poverty

    • Introduction
    • 10.1 Causes and Consequences of Global Poverty
    • 10.2 Traditional Responses to Poverty
    • 10.3 A Business Response to Poverty
    • 10.4 Doing Well and Doing Good
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 11: Technological Change and Infrastructure

    • Introduction
    • 11.1 Technology as Physical Infrastructure
    • 11.2 Technology of Information Infrastructure
    • 11.3 Technology of Human Infrastructure
    • 11.4 Technology Trends in International Business
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 12: Global Innovation and Intellectual Property

    • Introduction
    • 12.1 Innovation as a Tool for Global Growth
    • 12.2 Investing in Innovation
    • 12.3 Driving a Culture of Innovation
    • 12.4 Protecting Intellectual Property
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 13: Country Selection and Entry Modes

    • Introduction
    • 13.1 Deciding Which Foreign Markets to Enter
    • 13.2 Entry Modes
    • 13.3 Make, Ally, or Buy
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 14: International Strategy

    • Introduction
    • 14.1 What Is Strategy?
    • 14.2 Becoming Locally Responsive
    • 14.3 Achieving Global Integration
    • 14.4 Choosing an International Strategy
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 15: International Organizational Structures

    • Introduction
    • 15.1 Types of Organizational Structures
    • 15.2 Informal Organizational Controls
    • 15.3 Reducing the Need for Coordination among Subsidiaries: Virtual Organizations, Standards, and Modularity
    • 15.4 Horizontal Subsidiary Coordination
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 16: Global Leadership

    • Introduction
    • 16.1 What Is Global Leadership?
    • 16.2 Global Leadership Competencies
    • 16.3 Building Global Leadership Competencies in Others
    • 16.4 Building Global Leadership Competencies in Yourself
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 17: Global Marketing

    • Introduction
    • 17.1 Global Market Segmentation
    • 17.2 Standardization versus Differentiation in International Marketing
    • 17.3 Global Branding
    • 17.4 Global Pricing and Distribution
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 18: Global Operations and Supply-Chain Management

    • Introduction
    • 18.1 Global Procurement
    • 18.2 Global Production
    • 18.3 Global Supply Chains
    • 18.4 Using Data Analytics to Improve Supply Chains
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 19: Global Human Resource Management

    • Introduction
    • 19.1 The Global HR Wheel
    • 19.2 Human Capital in the Global Context
    • 19.3 Meeting Strategic Objectives through Human Capital
    • 19.4 Tasks of the Global HR Function
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

CHAPTER 20: Global Finance and Accounting

    • Introduction
    • 20.1 Financing International Trade and Investment
    • 20.2 Capital Budgeting for Multinational Companies
    • 20.3 International Accounting Standards
    • 20.4 Global Tax Matters
    • Summary and Case
    • Endnotes

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