International Management: Cross- Boundary Challenges

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Wiley, Nov 7, 2003 - Business & Economics - 492 pages
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What is an international business organization? What are the management challenges that students and managers meet in an international arena?

Based on almost ten years of teaching successful MBA modules in Europe, this much-needed single text provides a thorough, case-based approach to international management at all levels: the multi-national; the global; and the transnational. Combined with new European-based case examples, the theoretical coverage of the book introduces the student to the different characteristics and problems of international organization. Accessible case examples are explained in the context of key international management issues and debates.issues and debates.


  • Provides a thorough, case-based approach to international management at all levels: the multi-national; the global; and the transnational.
  • Theoretical coverage introduces the different characteristics and problems of international organization.
  • Accessible case examples are explained in the context of key international management and debates issues.

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Paul N. Gooderham is Professor at the Department of Strategy and Management, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and Research Director at the Foundation for Social Science and Business Research in Norway. His research interests are concentrated on international and comparative management, organisation theory and the management of small and medium-sized enterprises. He has published numerous articles in international research journals, including Administrative Science Quarterly, Management International Review and Scandinavian Journal of Management.Odd Nordhaug is Professor at the Department of Strategy and Management, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration. He has published extensively in international research journals, such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Human Relations, Management International Review, International Studies of Organization & Management, Journal of Portfolio Management, European Journal of Management and Scandinavian Journal of Management. His research interests comprise international and comparative management, organisation theory and knowledge management.

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