Contemporary Challenges to International Business Edited by Kevin Ibeh and Sheena Davies

Contemporary Challenges to International Business Edited by Kevin Ibeh and Sheena Davies
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Contemporary Challenges to International Business

(Academy of International Business)

Authors:Kevin Ibeh, Sheena Davie

Publisher: Palgrave Macmilla

Published: 2009-04-15





International business is synonymous with big challenges. Cultural and institutional complexities remain ever potent, so are newer concerns like climate change and international terrorism. This timely book examines these challenges from the perspectives of different international business actors.



Reflecting its complex and diverse contexts of enactment, international business is synonymous with big challenges. Cultural and institutional complexities remain as potent as they have always been, but have been joined by newer concerns such as climate change, international terrorism, and international fraud.



This timely book examines these challenges from the perspectives of the different players and actors in the international business arena, including foreign investing multinational corporations, international small and medium sized enterprises and their multifaceted liabilities, emerging market/developing country firms, and women managers from the Middle East. All contributions in this volume highlight one or more aspects of the contemporary challenges facing international business and, more importantly, embody invaluable insights on appropriate managerial responses to such complexities.





AUTHOR INFORMATION:



KEVIN IBEH is Professor of Marketing and International Business at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. He has published widely on internationalization and international entrepreneurship among smaller firms, and consulted for several organizations, including the OECD, Scottish Enterprise, Nuffield Foundation, and Danish Foreign Affairs Ministry. A former Commonwealth Scholar, Kevin has lectured and delivered papers in over twenty countries.

SHEENA DAVIES is Senior Lecturer in strategic management at Portsmouth Business School. She also teaches international strategy. Her research interest is in the role of emotion in managing knowledge in organizations.