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Nowadays, managers must be au fait with cultural diversity. They must recognize that U.S. employees handle their business relationships differently to Chinese ones, not to mention how Russians, Europeans or Middle Eastern workers approach theirs. These summaries will make you a professional in all things intercultural.

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Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers
Report

World Economic Forum in collaboration with Strategy& (formerly Booz & Company)

WEF, 2014

(7)

The Fair Trade Scandal
Book

Ndongo Sylla

Ohio University Press, 2014

(7)

Fish Can’t See Water
Book
 

Kai Hammerich and Richard D. Lewis

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013

(8)

On China
Book
 

Henry Kissinger

Penguin Group (USA), 2012

(9)

The Silk Road Rediscovered
Book

Anil K. Gupta et al.

Jossey-Bass, 2014

(8)

China 2020
Book

Michael A. Santoro

ILR Press, 2009

(8)

Winner Take All
Book
 

Dambisa Moyo

Basic Books, 2012

(9)

China Goes Global
Book
 

David Shambaugh

Oxford UP, 2013

(9)

The China Strategy
Book
 

Edward Tse

Basic Books, 2010

(8)

Communication for International Business
Book
 

Bob Dignen and Ian Mcmaster

Collins, 2013

(8)

Embrace the Chaos
Book
 

Bob Miglani

Berrett-Koehler, 2013

(7)

Unbalanced
Book
 

Stephen Roach

Yale UP, 2014

(8)

The Art of the Advantage
Book

Kaihan Krippendorff

Thomson Texere, 2003

(8)

Two Birds in a Tree
Book
 

Ram Nidumolu

Berrett-Koehler, 2013

(7)

Ten Economic Facts about Crime and Incarceration in the United States
Report

Melissa S. Kearney et al.

The Hamilton Project, 2014

(8)

Raising Global IQ
Book
 

Carl F. Hobert

Beacon Press, 2013

(7)

What Chinese Want
Book

Tom Doctoroff

Palgrave Macmillan, 2012

(7)

Can Prejudice Ever Be a Good Thing?
Video

Paul Bloom

TED Conferences LLC, 2014

(8)

The End of Cheap China
Book

Shaun Rein

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012

(7)

The Conundrum of Russian Capitalism
Book

Ruslan Dzarasov

Pluto Press, 2013

(8)

Winning with Transglobal Leadership
Book

Linda D. Sharkey et al.

McGraw-Hill, 2012

(8)

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Global Business

Thanks to rapid advancements in technology and communication, more and more companies are becoming active in the global marketplace. The Internet has flung open the doors to international trade, providing unprecedented access to countless business opportunities. As global business has expanded, so have the number and variety of summaries in this popular category. You can be confident that we’ll provide all the tools for you to flourish in a global economy. You’ll learn why developing a global consciousness is essential for conducting business on an international level. Our summaries will help you to better understand the complexities of dealing with foreign cultures and societal diversity. Your global business strategy must take into account the economic, social and political forces in other countries. We’ll offer solutions for overcoming language barriers and making sense of unfamiliar laws and statutes.

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Like any other serious business decision, global expansion requires extensive research to determine if your product or service can penetrate your targeted marketplace. You need to size up your competition and accurately assess risk versus reward. getAbstract’s global business book summaries can provide an accurate picture of the business climate in countries such as China, Japan, India and Switzerland. The information available in our comprehensive library may bolster your confidence or cause you to re-examine your strategy. In either case, join the thousands of executives who have come to rely on getAbstract to make better decisions. Taking your business global is a huge step. Count on us for steady support.