Pocket International Encyclopedia of Business and Management
International Thomson Business Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 291 pages
With over 400 entries, this book provides handy introductions to a full range of business and management techniques, disciplines and concepts. The coverage is international with geographic-based entries for more than 50 countries, numerous entries on global perspectives as well as detailed explanations of specific practices and thinking. Rather than simple dictionary definitions, the text provides briefings of the issues surrounding a topic so that the reader can gain awareness as well as understanding quickly. There are entries covering the main aspects of accounting, economics, finance, HRM and industrial/labour relations, international management, manufacturing, information systems, marketing, operations management and research, organization behaviour and strategy.
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