Global Business

Global Business

 
Megatrends Asia Naisbitt, John Simon & Schuster , 1996 Economics & Finance, Global Business

With the goal of creating the financial institutions and instruments to handle the investments Asia needs for its infrastructure, institutional investors, companies, and individuals are plunging headlong into the...

 
 
The Prize Yergin, Daniel Simon & Schuster , 1991 Global Business, Major Works, Management

In The Prize, Yergin provides unprecedented insight into the history of the oil industry, and by extension, the dynamic and intricate history of the 20th century. In light of events in the Gulf,...

 
 
The World According to Peter Drucker Beatty, Jack The Free Press , 1998 Global Business, Leadership, Major Works, Management

Peter F. Drucker’s influence is global. His views on management, industrial organization, business strategy, leadership development, and employee motivation have instructed Fortune 500 corporations, nonprofit...

 
 
Big Dragon Burstein, Daniel | De Keijzer, Arne Simon & Schuster , 1998 Global Business

Intelligent business and political strategy toward China must be rooted in accurate and realistic assessments of where China has been and where it is headed. The Pollyannas were wrong to assume that China would...

 
 
Managing Global Alliances Cauley de la Sierra, M. Addison-Wesley , 1995 Global Business, Productivity

Managing Global Alliances is a how-to manual that pinpoints guiding principles about how to set up and sustain a successful global alliance. Alliances are usually formed to pool, exchange, or integrate...

 
 
Made in America Dertouzos, Michael L. | Lester, Richard K. | Solow, Robert M. The MIT Press , 1989 Global Business

Many of industry's setbacks are symptoms of systematic and pervasive ills. The international business environment has changed drastically and the U.S. must learn to adapt. Many firms are thriving in the present economy...

 
 
The Sun Also Sets Emmott, Bill Random House , 1989 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Japan's political power is not an absolute; it must be gauged relative to that of America. The world still looks to America as the leading superpower and the source of political initiative. Unless the economy drags...

 
 
Economic Reform in Three Giants Feinberg, Richard E. | Echeverri-Gent, John | Muller, Friedemann Transaction Publishers , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

China, India, and the USSR are the three most populous underdeveloped countries on earth. Presently, these Giants share the common predicament of how to compete in a demanding, rapidly changing, and increasingly...

 
 
Balancing Acts Galbraith, James K. Basic Books , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Today, a competitive challenge defines our economy and the at-tendant difficulties we are now experiencing have to do with failures of policy and not faults of national character. In the 1970s and 1980s, the inward...

 
 
China, Inc. Macleod, Roderick Bantam Books , 1990 Global Business, Management

The Chinese culture is very old, sophisticated, and influences all behavior, thus the Chinese act and think differently, and react from a different psychological perspective. The Chinese a foreigner is most likely to...

 
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