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Advances in International Comparative Management Vol: 9

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01 Aug 1994
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
292 pages - 156 x 234 x 19mm
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.
Part 1: the characteristics and performance of Japanese-North American joint ventures in North America, Andrew Inkpen; approaching heterachy - a review of the literature on multinational strategy and structure, Julian M. Birkinshaw. Part 2 Expatriates and entrepreneurs: the boundary spanning role of expatriates in the multinational corporation, David C. Thomas; US expatriates and the Civil Rights Act of 1991 - dissolving boundaries, Sully Taylor and Robert W. Eder; corporate entrepreneurship - United States firms operating in the Middle East and the Arab World, Carol Carlson Dean and Mary Shephered Thibodeaux; organizational changes in planned economies in transition - an eclectic model, Mike W. Peng; learning from the Asian NICS - policy options for Central and East European republics, Raymond Saner and Lichia Yiu.

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