4 edition of Managing the multinationals found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-412) and index.
|Statement||Anne-Wil Käthe Harzing.|
|Series||New horizons in international business|
|LC Classifications||HD62.4 .H375 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 425 p. :|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||98031842|
This book examines the role of entrepreneurs and firms in the creation of the global economy over the last two centuries. It is a radically revised edition of my The Evolution of International Business, published in , which has remained the only history of the development and impact of multinationals worldwide. There have been tumultuous political and economic changes over the past decade. A multinational corporation, or multinational enterprise, is an international corporation that derives at least a quarter of its revenues outside its home country.
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Managing the multinationals provides a greater understanding of the ways multinational corporations operate in the age of globalisation. It is an in-depth analysis of the control mechanisms used by multinationals, and considers among other issues the structure and strategy of multinationals, the role of expatriates in controlling subsidiaries.
Managing the Multinationals provides a greater understanding of the ways multinational corporations operate in the age of globalization. It is an in-depth analysis of the control mechanisms used by multinationals, and considers among other issues the structure and strategy of multinationals, the role of expatriates in controlling subsidiaries, the international transfer of managers and Author: Anne-Wil K.
Harzing, Anne-Wil Käthe Harzing. The organisational history of multinationals involved a constant search for the most effective means to control and benefit from cross-border operations. Variants of the multinational, international, global, and even transnational organisational forms coexisted as firms sought ways to achieve efficiency, local responsiveness, and knowledge transfer.
multinationals account for about 25 percent of world product, and nearly half of total world trade. Managing the multinationals book own most of the technology in the world, and they receive Managing a multinational enterprise requires a different set of conceptual tools than in the case of purely domestic firms.
In particular, it is important to understand theFile Size: KB. As a senior director living and working in the Managing the multinationals book East for many years, I read the book with interest, however I felt that the main title is misleading, as the contents actually only really deal with ' the tax systems and regulations and their effect on business in the Middle East', and the subsequent accounting issues involved, and not with the 'actual' management of by: 9.
Managing International Corporations. Considerations when Managing a Global Corporation. Strong global management skills, intercultural competence, and a sensitivity to cultural issues are necessities for global managers. but fails to note the human rights and legal complications for multinationals in approaching these markets in an ethical.
Managing the Multinationals: An International Study of Control Mechanisms (New Horizons in International Business Series) by Harzing, Anne-Will K. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Abstract. This book provides practical guidance on coping successfully with the challenges of international operations and foreign business.
Understanding client communications, new cultures, and local politics and dealing with a diverse group of senior. Managing the multinationals provides a greater understanding of the ways multinational corporations operate in the age of globalisation. It is an in-depth analysis of the control mechanisms used by multinationals, and considers among other issues the structure and strategy of multinationals, the role of expatriates in controlling subsidiaries.
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Multinationals in were domestic firms with subsidiaries abroad, each of them self-contained, in charge of a politically defined territory, and highly autonomous. Multinationals now tend to be organized globally along product or service lines. But like the multinationals ofthey are held together and controlled by ownership.
Managing the Multinationals provides a greater understanding of the ways multinational corporations operate in the age of globalisation. It is an in-depth analysis of the control mechanisms used by multinationals, and considers among other issues the structure and strategy of multinationals, the role of expatriates in controlling subsidiaries, the international transfer of managers and.
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only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. This book explores the pains and gains, achievements and setbacks of managing the Chinese workforce, which is ever pragmatic, increasingly assertive and constantly evolving.
Reviews ‘Yu Zheng has done a great job of providing us with a great deal of new information about managing human resources in by: 2. Brazil portrays a successful integration of a melting pot of cultures (European, African, Asian, and, of course, American) that entails challenges to multinationals.
The idiosyncratic nature of Brazil’s institutional environment—resulting from the still ongoing interplay of so many influences—has led to particular ways of doing business and creative business : Jorge Carneiro. Stopford, John M., and L.
Wells Jr. Managing the Multinational Enterprise: Organization of the Firm and Ownership of the Subsidiary. NY: Basic Books,French ed Cited by: multinationals showing how the interface of cultures was managed in each MNC.
The book will be especially valuable to those interested in cross cultural studies. The book will also be of interest to scholars, researchers and students of business management, international management, organisational behaviour and human resource management. ""Managing Across Borders" makes clear that success in global strategy is as much a function of the ability to organize and manage as it is the ability to create a sound strategy.
Bartlett and Ghoshal make an important and highly practical contribution in a book that represents the leading edge of thinking on this important subject."5/5(6). Managing Multinationals in a Knowledge Economy: Economics, Culture | Editors: Joseph L.
Cheng, Michael A. Hitt. Book Description. This book, first published inis concerned with the changing world environment for multinational business and the relationships between multinational parent companies and their subsidiaries which will be necessary to meet the challenges that are being faced.
Part 4 Reorganization - for managing transcontinental enterprises: leading teams - for strategic corporate coherence. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This book compares and analyzes how leading American, European and Asian industrial corporations strategically organize and manage their multicontinental enterprises.This book explores the role of multinationals in the creation of the global economy in the last two centuries.
It argues that multinationals should be viewed as one of the primary drivers of investment, trade, and knowledge flows across national borders, which are at the heart of the globalisation process.
The book is divided into five parts.This book expands the business network view on managerial issues in multinational corporations. Specifically, it scrutinises the importance of a subsidiary’s external and internal business network for its strategic and organizational role within the corporation.