Handbook of International Management

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John Wiley & Sons, May 26, 1988 - Business & Economics - 672 pages
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This volume grew out of Wiley's well-received Handbook of International Business, published in 1982. The latter has been updated and expanded and now appears as two separate books: the Handbook of International Business, Second Edition, and this book, the Handbook of International Management. Distinguished contributing authors provide enlightening discussion of topics such as the legal and political aspects of managing an international business, international banking, taxation, accounting, international marketing, labor relations, and public relations. Chapters also cover forecasting exchange rates; organization design; offshore sourcing, subcontracting, and manufacturing; technology transfer; international investment banking; and much more.
 

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Contents

HOW TO MODEL THE MNE POLICY
11
Vertically Integrated MNEs 9 REFERENCES 13
9
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
31
Selecting the Appropriate Strategy
137
19
185
THE NATURE OF MULTINATIONAL
207
Accommodative paths
231
22
1
Conflict Tactics
64
THE MANAGEMENT
3
Key Elements of All Tax Systems 4
4
FOREIGNTAXCREDIT PROBLEMS 10
10
TAXDEFERRAL PROBLEMS 17
17
The Section 482 Regulations 23
23
MULTINATIONAL CORPORATE
4
1
21

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19
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