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Taking a regional approach, this text challenges some of the underlying assumptions behind globalization and focuses on both the dominant economies - the EU, the US and Japan - as well as emerging markets, such as Brazil, India and China. The book also integrates analysis of the competitive environment and the internal resources of the firm to provide a strategic view of international business.
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Outsourcing. Emerging economies. Environmental impacts. These are just three of the many key issues currently facing international businesses, which are all examined in the fourth edition of this well-respected textbook.
Taking a regional approach, the text challenges some of the underlying assumptions behind globalization and focuses on both the dominant economies – the EU, the US and Japan – as well as emerging markets, such as Brazil, India and China, of world trade. The book also integrates analysis of the competitive environment and the internal resources of the firm to provide a strategic view of international business. The result is an engaging and comprehensive account of the realities of international business today.
The text will be invaluable for anyone studying international business as part of a degree programme and aiming to attain a confident and thorough understanding of the subject.
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"This excellent text provides a focused, comprehensive and relevant coverage of contemporary international business. Theory and practice are combined, making a highly readable text, and its wealth of case material make it a text that students should find both stimulating and challenging."
Jean Barclay, Sheffield Hallam University
"Professor Rugman brings his diverse and knowledgeable background to this highly successful textbook, making it the most practical, interesting and current international business management text available."
Marcel Kohler, University of KwaZulu-Natal
"The book is well written, richly illustrated with real-life cases and gives an excellent overview of the field. The many examples are a good help in understanding the theories presented. The fourth edition particularly addresses a number of topics that are often overlooked, or underestimated, in other international business publications."
Dr Matthijs Wolters, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Alan M. Rugman is Professor of International Business and L. Leslie Waters Chair in International Business, Indiana University and Associate Fellow at Templeton College, University of Oxford.
Simon Collinson is Senior Lecturer in International Business at Warwick Business School, the University of Warwick.About the Author:
Alan M. Rugman is L. Leslie Waters Chair of International Business at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, where he is also Professor of International Business and Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy. He was Thames Water Fellow in Strategic Management at Templeton College, University of Oxford, from 1998-2001, where he remains a Fellow. Previously he was Professor of International Business at the University of Toronto 1987-1998, Dalhousie University 1979-1987, and the University of Winnipeg 1970-1978. He has also been a visiting professor at Columbia Business School, London Business School, Harvard University, UCLA, MIT, Warwick Business School, and the University of Paris-La Sorbonne.
Dr Rugman has published over 200 articles dealing with the economic, managerial, and strategic aspects of multinational enterprises and with trade and investment policy. These have appeared in such leading refereed journals as: American Economic Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, California Management Review and The World Economy. His 30 books include: Inside the Multinationals (Columbia University Press, 1981); Multinationals and Transfer Pricing (co-author) (St Martin's Press, 1985); Administered Protection in America (co-author) (Routledge 1987); Global Corporate Strategy and Trade Policy (co-author) (Routledge 1990); Foreign Investment and North American Free Trade (ed.) (University of South Carolina Press, 1994); International Business (co-author) (McGraw-Hill 1985, 1995); The Theory of Multinational Enterprises and Multinational Enterprises and Trade Policy (Elgar, 1996); Environmental Regulations and Corporate Strategy (coauthor) (Oxford University Press, 1999); Multinationals as Flagship Firms (co-author) (Oxford University Press, 2000); International Business (FT/Prentice Hall, 2000); The End of Globalization (Random House, 2000; AMACOM, 2001); and (coeditor) The Oxford Handbook of International Business (Oxford University Press, 2001).
As a leading authority in international business, Dr Rugman served as Vice-President of the Academy of International Business in 1989-1990 and was elected a Fellow of the Academy in 1991. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, elected 1998. He has been identified as one of the five most cited scholars in International Business. He has lectured widely across North and South America, the Caribbean, in Western Europe, Australia, and in East Asia.
He has written for the Financial Times, Toronto's Globe and Mail and Financial Post, and many magazines. His research on multinationals, free trade, NAFTA, and globalization has been discussed in the New York Times, Business Week, US News and World Report, Canadian Business, and on the television and radio outlets of the BBC, CBC, and numerous other media. He is a member of the TIME Canada Board of Economists.
Born in England in 1945, Dr Rugman became a Canadian citizen in 1973. He earned his BA in economics from Leeds University in 1966, MSc in economic development from London University's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 1967, and his PhD in economics from Simon Fraser University in 1974. He was elected to an MA (Oxon) in 1998.
Dr Rugman served as an outside advisor on international competitiveness to two Canadian Prime Ministers over the 1986-1993 period. He was the only academic member of Canada's business International Trade Advisory Committee from 1986-1988 while the United States-Canada Free Trade Agreement was being negotiated. Subsequently he served on the sectoral trade advisory committee for forest products from 1989 to 1993, as NAFTA was negotiated. He has been a consultant to major private sector companies, research institutes and government agencies. These include Exxon/Imperial Oil, Kodak, Royal Bank of Canada, Northern Telecom, and other multinational enterprises. He has also been a consultant to international organizations such as the United Nations (UNCTAD), NAFTA's Commission on Environmental Cooperation, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (DECD), and the Commonwealth Secretariat.
Richard M. Hodgetts was a Professor of Management in the Department of Management and International Business at Florida International University (FIU). He was born and raised in New York City and earned his BS in management at New York University in 1963, his MBA at Indiana University in 1964, and his PhD at the University of Oklahoma in 1968. He then joined the faculty at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (1966-1975), where he taught strategic management. After accepting a visiting professorship at Texas Tech University (1975-1976), he joined Florida International University (FIU) in 1976 where he taught international business in both the Executive MBA program and the Graduate Diploma Serifs program and the strategic management course at the MBA level.
Dr Hodgetts published over 125 articles and research papers in a wide variety of areas including international strategy, international compensation, the development of metrics for world class organizations, and the role of quality in creating sustainable advantage in the 21st century. He was the author or co-author of 50 different books including International Management, 5th edition (Irwin/McGraw, forthcoming), which is the best selling international management textbook in the world; Entrepreneurship, 4th edition (Dryden, 1999), which is the leading entrepreneurship book in the US market; and a series of quality-focused management books including Measures of Quality and High Performance: Simple Tools and Lessons from America's Most Successful Firms (Amacom, 1998). Overall, Richard Hodgetts sold 1 million copies of his textbooks.
Professor Hodgetts also served as a trainer and consultant for a wide variety of organizations and firms including Advanced Micro Systems, AT&T Technologies, Digital Equipment, Eastman Kodak, General Electric, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, Procter & Gamble, Wal-Mart, and the US Federal Reserve System.
Dr Hodgetts was the editor of the Journal of Leadership Studies and the book review editor for Organizational Dynamics. He was also a member of the review boards of the Journal of Economics and Business and the Journal of Business Research. Dr Hodgetts wrote a biweekly column titled "Minding Your Business" for the Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel. He was also a past member of the Academy of Management Board of Governors (1993-1996) and a member of the Fellows of the Academy since 1983.
In recent years Professor Hodgetts was the recipient of a number of awards including the Outstanding Educator Award, Academy of Management (1999), the John F. Mee, Management Contribution Award, Management History Divisioh, Academy of Management (1998), and the Professorial Excellence Program Award, FIU (1997).
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