Global Business

Global Business

 
Coming to Public Judgment Yankelovich, Daniel Syracuse University Press , 1991 Global Business

Quality judgments are commonplace in America-standards of excellence exist for everything from surgery to movies. Despite the fact that Americans hold opinions on almost every subject, whether they know anything about...

 
 
The House of Nomura Alletzhauser, Albert J. Little, Brown & Company , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Alletzhauser produces a skillful re-creation of dramatic conflicts that the Nomura story represents: Nomura versus fate, society, and situation, as well as the conflicts experienced by the majorplayers with themselves...

 
 
Euroquake Burstein, Daniel Simon & Schuster , 1991 Global Business

Euroquake is an authoritative analysis of the critical competitive challenges America faces against the economic ascendance of both Europe and Japan. Euroquake differs from many such...

 
 
Doing Business in Asia's Booming "China Triangle" Engholm, Christopher Prentice Hall Press , 1994 Global Business

Ample business opportunities exist in the Chinese market, but they are not quickly or easily obtained. The most frustrating obstacle is the country’s lack of buying power relative to its huge population, which remains...

 
 
Lure the Tiger Out of the Mountains Gao Yuan Simon & Schuster , 1991 Global Business, Innovation, Management

In Lure the Tiger Out of the Mountains, Yuan weaves history, inspirational experiences, and how-to guidelines into a concise, articulate package. Chinese traditions and philosophies found in this work...

 
 
Hothouse Earth Gribbin, John Grove Weidenfeld , 1991 Business Biographies, Global Business, Social Responsibility

Hothouse Earth draws our attention to the disastrous effects of human activity on the environment. By examining global warming against the background of natural climatic processes, Gribbin provides a...

 
 
Lean and Mean Harrison, Bennett Basic Books , 1995 Global Business, Management, Productivity

According to Lean and Mean, contrary to popular myth, small firms are not driving economic growth and creating the most new jobs. Rather, it is the concentrated, powerful business enterprises that...

 
 
Gaishi Kang, T. W. Basic Books , 1991 Global Business, Management

In Gaishi, T.W. Kang presents new insight into the old problem of how to do business in Japan. The author explains the differences between Japanese and American business practices. He further explains...

 
 
Korean Dynasty Kirk, Donald M. E. Sharpe , 1994 Economics & Finance, Global Business

During the 1980s, America’s three leading business magazines began spreading the word of Korea’s rise. Donald Kirk uses Chung Ju Yung as a mirror to reflect and illuminate the unique Korean psyche and the idiosyncratic...

 
 
The Rice-Paper Ceiling Kopp, Rochelle Stone Bridge Press , 1994 Global Business, Management

The "rice-paper ceiling" is the phenomenon that frequently prevents non-Japanese employees from enjoying successful careers and rising to key managerial positions in Japanese firms. It is a combination of structural...

 
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