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Business and Management Education in Transitioning and Developing Countries: A Handbook
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 464

Business and Management Education in Transitioning and Developing Countries: A Handbook

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2014-12-18
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  • Publisher: Routledge

Business education is a critical ingredient in establishing a viable middle class of managers in transitioning and developing economies. Compiled in association with the Center for International Business Education and Research, this comprehensive examination of business and management education, pedagogical models, and curricula innovations in institutions around the world is the first such work to emphasize emerging markets.

Georgia Tech International Resources Directory
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 178

Georgia Tech International Resources Directory

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1989
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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CSR and Climate Change Implications for Multinational Enterprises
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 368

CSR and Climate Change Implications for Multinational Enterprises

Multinational economic actors, particularly corporations, play a defining role in the response to the climate change or warming debate and the emerging scientific consensus. This book describes, explains, and predicts how multinational firms will rise to the multiple challenges posed by global climate issues and the organizational and behavioral various responses of the international corporate community. It focuses on three core research and learning objectives. Firstly, it develops the core idea that multinational enterprises cannot implement meaningful sustainability initiatives without an appropriate governance system and corporate culture. Building on this notion, it addresses the question of environmental sustainability across select industry sectors, such oil and banking. Finally, drawing on a diverse range of contributing experts, it presents select best practices such as the opportunities arising from smart technologies implementation to achieve symbiotic industrial relationships, directed particularly towards the ecological environment of these firms’ transborder operations and global reach.

Business and Management Education in China
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 349

Business and Management Education in China

This pioneering book offers a unique constellation of essays focused on the important social and economic changes affecting educational institutions in China. It provides an in-depth examination of the potential and obstacles for business and management education in the world's second largest economy and most populated country.This volume is an essential resource for anyone with an interest in teaching, developing a new program, or entering into a joint venture in China. A wide range of topics, such as economic transition, pedagogical issues, professional training and alliance formation, are discussed from the standpoint of deans, educators, directors and consultants of educational institutions hailing from both the East and the West.

William R. McIntyre
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 248

William R. McIntyre

Content Description #Includes bibliographical references and index.

Multinational Enterprises and the Challenge of Sustainable Development
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 352

Multinational Enterprises and the Challenge of Sustainable Development

Transnational corporations play a role in the design, diffusion, and consolidation of sustainable development in the context of globalization and multinational firms. In this timely book European and American contributors analyze this role and explore the complex and dynamic phenomena of economic, political, cultural and legal interactions involved. In order to understand this interplay, the authors examine the practices and organizational behaviors used by multinationals in sustainable development. They also discuss the evolving concepts that multinationals hold about sustainable development and corporate social responsibility and how companies reaffirm these philosophies through their strategy and organizational practices such as human resource development, marketing, supply chain, information technology, law, and communications. The authors outline an approach to help identify the key details and motivating factors in decision making. Scholars, students and policy analysts in the fields of business, ecology, economic development and developmental economics and consultants focusing in corporate planning and strategic analysis will find this original collection of great value.

Globalization of Chinese Enterprises
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 256

Globalization of Chinese Enterprises

The twenty-first century has been dubbed the Chinese century. As China becomes a dominant world economic actor, its enterprises-state run-or otherwise-increasingly look to distant shores in the Western Hemisphere and the European continent. for inspiration.This edited collection of papers bring together a diverse community of interdisciplinary Chinese research scholars to assess the impact of Chinese business on global business and environments, disseminate knowledge on the emergence of globalizing Chinese firms, and to address the issues relating to corporate sustainable development and outsourcing.

CSR and Climate Change Implications for Multinational Enterprises
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 368

CSR and Climate Change Implications for Multinational Enterprises

Multinational economic actors, particularly corporations, play a defining role in the response to the climate change or warming debate and the emerging scientific consensus. This book describes, explains, and predicts how multinational firms will rise to the multiple challenges posed by global climate issues and the organizational and behavioral various responses of the international corporate community. It focuses on three core research and learning objectives. Firstly, it develops the core idea that multinational enterprises cannot implement meaningful sustainability initiatives without an appropriate governance system and corporate culture. Building on this notion, it addresses the question of environmental sustainability across select industry sectors, such oil and banking. Finally, drawing on a diverse range of contributing experts, it presents select best practices such as the opportunities arising from smart technologies implementation to achieve symbiotic industrial relationships, directed particularly towards the ecological environment of these firms’ transborder operations and global reach.

Japan's Technical Standards
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 185

Japan's Technical Standards

Sheds new light on the workings of the Japanese technical standards system and its impact on market penetration strategies of foreign firms seeking to export their products to Japan.