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Advances in International Comparative Management Vol: 11

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31 Jul 1996
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
286 pages - 156 x 234 x 17mm
Advances in International Management
This series summarizes current thinking in the field of comparative management. The series is intended to make an academic contribution through focused essays, presenting material in a fashion suitable for both scholars and advanced students.
Comparing performance management practices in the United States and Pacific Rim, Paul R. Bernthal; Acquisition and adaptation of Japanese manufacturing strategies in the United States auto firms, Marca Marie Bear, Riad A. Ajami; An examination of cross-cultural quality management practices in American and Asian firms, Burham F. Yavas, George A. Marcoulides; Is Tom a global paradigm? S. Benjamin Prasad, David A. Sprague; Manufacturing strategies of smaller firms in two national settings, Shanthakumar Palaniswani. S. Benjamin Prasad; Phasing and focusing on research: accelerating along the path of the learning curve, Ada Demb; The effects of board control and compensation mix on strategic orientation, Harry G. Barkema; Corporate board orientation: the Swedish context, Karin Jonnergard et al; Japanese governance systems: a critical review, Hicheon Kim, Robert E. Hoskisson; International governance research: a review and an agenda for future research, Brain K. Boyd et al; Effects of ownership types on environment-strategy configuration in China's emerging transitional economy, J. Justin Tan, Mingfang Li; Corporate social performance: an international perspective, Devi Gnyawali.

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