It is easy for practitioners to believe that the global economy is collapsing when, in fact, it is open for business. As shown in this article the future of the global economy is positive and opportunities for practitioners are available.
Taking a proven retail model and exporting it to a new country, often with a new set of competitors, a different language and culture, and unique shopper expectations, requires more than just market research before entry.
The cultural dimensions of leadership—power distance, individualism, uncertainty avoidance, and masculinity—are important for the U.S. businessperson to recognize and apply while operating in China.
This article considers the global and domestic position on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) convergence and the anticipated changes to standard setting.
This article shows how employment options for older workers continue to evolve and public opinions of older workers and their employment options vary substantially by country.
Major differences have existed in U.S. and European antitrust law but new regulations could have significant impact on business decisions for global companies.
The time is ripe for China to move towards a more flexible exchange rate given its strong economic growth and current account surplus.
As our world economy becomes more global, the need to understand and deal effectively with the practice and acceptance of corruption will become increasingly important.
If your company is interested in expanding its operations to China, are you aware of the existing e-commerce development challenges that await you?
Ballooning U.S. deficits present real challenges for the U.S. and world economies. Management of debt costs and hedging against currency risk will be imperative.
To conduct business in Asia, managers need to understand Asian electronic infrastructures and how to leverage them.
When currency exchange rates change, knowing how a weaker American dollar is likely to affect your business may save some critical mistakes.
Deflation has become a hot topic for the first time since the 1930s when the economies of the world faced global deflation.
In today’s global economy, managers must be able to identify and work with the many types of cultures that exist simultaneously within an organization or a business network.