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Pub Date: 2012
Charles W. L. Hill is the author of International Business, published 2012 under ISBN 9780078029240 and 0078029244. Four hundred ninety seven International Business textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred fifty five used from the cheapest price of $14.98, or buy new starting at $51.90. [read more]
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The book's explanation of the political and economic factors that influence starting and running a successful international business was very informative.read more
Some of the chapters were long and encompassed a great deal of information at one time.
it compares well, i found it a easy read and easy to follow along and easy to find specific informationread more
i think this book could use a lot more information on the questions that are asked on the end of the chapter
Went into detail about international business laws.read more
International Business, was a kind of boring class but learned a lot of information
The most intereting thing that I learned in this book was information on international property rights. Also reverse enginnering to steal technology!read more
The primary subject is Internation Business. The was really easy to learn from, and gave great practicle exercises.
The book is comparable. I like how they provide an example of real life situations in the book.read more
I think there is always room for improvement, But I think books should sum things up and not have so much reading.
Internation Business; the study of business internationally; how the markets differ around the world and trade differences.read more
This book was excellent especially all the real life examples. It could be made possibly better by making the information clearer
The proper ways of conducting business in the international marketplace.read more
The class was an honors International Business class. We discussed how specific multi-national firms used the strategies discussed in this book.
It was very supplemental to the in class instruction. It made it easy to understand the definitions while the professor touched on the conceptsread more
The class was a large lecture style that was taught through discussion and power points.
Honestly I like it how it is. I enjoyed the chapter cases as well.read more
The critical thinking question helped me better understand the material because most the time I had to sit and ponder on the correct answers and re-read through the chapters.
I used this book for an online class requirement for my BAS degree in applied management.read more
Case studies engage you to see what real life scenarios can lead to and how to apply what is necessary to get the best results.
This book is a great learning tool when learning about international business. There are great case studies littered through out the book giving examples of international marketing in action around the world.read more
A few more cases that are more recent would be great.
Different cultures interacting in a business atmosphere and different cultural guidelines they follow... I'm intersected in this sort of thing.read more
This class was a discussion course that focused on everything this book discussed
Pub Date: 2012