Alain Verbeke, Robin E. Roberts, Deborah Delaney, Peter Zámborský, Peter Enderwick, Swati Nagar
Cambridge University Press
The Asia–Pacific region is becoming an increasingly dominant source of global economic growth, which has resulted in the creation of a business environment that is both dynamic and complex.
As a final result, any global business manager working in a global setting might require having a strong awareness of communities, regional economies, and operational issues. This is because global business is becoming increasingly interconnected.
The subject matter covered in Contemporary International Business in the Asia–Pacific Region focuses on issues that are potentially driving global business at the moment, with a particular emphasis on the concept of ‘doing business in Asia.' This textbook, Contemporary International Business in the Asia-Pacific Region (PDF), presents fundamental enterprise ideas and comprehensively covers a number of essential areas, together with commerce and monetary enchancment, cultural dimensions, evaluation and promoting, enterprise planning and method enchancment, and worker improvement in cross-cultural contexts. It is written for college students attending schools in each the United States and international locations all over the world.
Students of enterprise and administration in school must have Contemporary International Business in the Asia–Pacific Region as a valuable useful resource. It was written by authors who had each enterprise experience and academic competence.
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