Comparative International Management

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2005 - Comparative management - 567 pages
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Comparative International Management provides the reader with a broad coverage of comparative international management topics focusing on a number of key issues, such as differences in management styles, organizational structures, corporate governance, production systems, corporate strategy, labour relations, and human resource issues in different countries. In doing so, the text uses a cultural-institutional explanation to clearly highlight the reasons why countries differ, allowing the reader to appreciate the importance of management in international and globalising economies.

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Carla Koen is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Economics, Organisation and Strategy at Tilburg University in the Netherlands.

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