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  • (bq) part 2 book "international management" has contents: managing political risk, government relations, and alliance; management decision and control; motivation across cultures, leadership across cultures, human resource selection and development across cultures.

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  • Tenth in a series of annual reports comparing business regulation in 185 economies, Doing Business 2013 measures regulations affecting 11 areas of everyday business activity: Starting a business Dealing with construction permits Getting electricity Registering property Getting credit Protecting investors Paying taxes Trading across borders Enforcing c

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  • In this chapter, you will explore political and legal systems around the world. You will also learn how companies monitor and manage political risks. Acquaint yourself with ethics and social responsibility issues in a global context. Explore how relations among countries affect international business.

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  • This chapter examines the interrelationships among political, legal, and business decisions. The discussion will focus on how the political climate affects the investment climate. Among political topics covered are forms of government, indicators of political instability, and political risks. The chapter ends with the investigation of strategies used to manage political risks.

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  • Essentials of Investments: Chapter 19 - Globalization and International Investing includes Risk Factors in International Investing, Exchange Rate Risk, Hedging Exchange Rate Risk, Political Risk.

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  • During the last few decades inordinate attention has been paid to the promotion of ‘healthy’ living. This has come from governmental, academic, commercial and popular sources. Few people today can be unaware of the espoused merits of such a lifestyle. Anyone who has visited a supermarket recently, turned on the television, listened to the radio or read a magazine must have noticed that awareness of health issues is growing. Health is clearly a topical issue at both political and cultural levels....

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  • .RISK Recent events from the economic downturn to climate change mean that there has never been a better time to be thinking about and trying to better understand the concept of risk. In this book, prominent and eminent speakers from fields as diverse as statistics to classics, neuroscience to criminology, politics to astronomy, as well as speakers embedded in the media and in government, have put their ideas down on paper in a series of essays that broaden our understanding of the meaning of risk.

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  • An examination of factors that have influenced the evolution of the Soviet force buildup in Siberia, Central Asia, and the Soviet Far East under the Brezhnev regime.The report also tracks the changing Soviet view of the risks involved in the use of force against the People's Republic of China during the buildup, the development of Chinese military programs, the changing Chinese political scene, an......

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  • Chapter 6 - The political environment: A critical concern. What you should learn from chapter 6: What the sovereignty of nations means and how it can affect the stability of government policies; how different governmental types, political parties, nationalism, targeted fear/animosity, and trade disputes can affect the environment for marketing in foreign countries; the political risks of global business and the factors that affect stability;...

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  • J. Edward Ketz is MBA Faculty Director and Associate Professor of Accounting at the Penn State Smeal College of Business. He has been a member of the Penn State faculty since 1981. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science, a master’s degree in accountancy, and a Ph.D. in business administration, all from Virginia Tech. The teaching and research interests of Dr. Ketz focus on financial accounting, accounting information systems, and accounting ethics. He has published numerous academic and professional articles, and he has written seven books.

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  • CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT MANAGING INTERNATIONAL RISKS In the last chapter we considered the risks that flow from changes in interest rates and commodity prices. But companies with substantial overseas interests encounter a variety of other hazards, including political risks and currency fluctuations.

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  • A national infrastructure council should also be tasked with collecting and dis- seminating best practices pertaining to project selection, preventative mainte- nance, and construction cost reduction. It would also promote the use of common objective measures to evaluate the progress of ongoing and completed infrastruc- ture projects. The council would work to identify opportunities for innovation and help develop new mechanisms for leveraging private investment.

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  • From non-profit performance space to galleries, to businesses that offer classes, to specialty supply shops, to the individual artist entrepreneur and contractor, neighborhood arts activity is an identifiable business sector. In some communities, artist entrepreneurs play a similar early entrant role for commercial strips as they do for artist housing development. As economists who study business clusters recognize, geographical proximity and the interactions that emerge from related activities within a local area are important even in the age of electronic connectivity.

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  • The IDB hired consultants who looked in-depth at social funds in Bo- livia, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru. They spoke to recipients of projects and assessed their satisfac- tion. The IDB examined these projects for sustainability; it also did a desk study of all social funds. Social funds were created as a response to an alarming rise in poverty. Some social funds have political objectives. FONAPAS helped in the consolidation of the peace process in Guatemala. FONCODES was aimed at ensuring governability in frontier regions of Peru.

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  • The social democratic political economies showed higher levels of union density, that is, a greater propor- tion of workers belonging to organised labour unions, social security expenditures, and public employment levels. They had the largest public expenditure in health care from 1960 to 1990, and greatest health care coverage of citizens. These nations instituted full employment strategies, achieved high rates of female employment, and showed the lowest degree of income inequality and poverty rates.

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  • Given the unprecedented—by recent standards—financial crisis that has devastated the world financial system and extended its reach into a number of other sectors, political risk insurance has become even more relevant. At the same time, questions remain as to whether PRI really covers those risks that investors need covered the most.

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  • Often communities have to deal with local political considerations when they plan events. No specific advice can be given to the promoter except to warn him or her that political considerations are always important to the local community. Often a way to encourage elected political officials to support an event is to show the monetary or quality-of-life impact that a successful event would have on their communities or careers. Explaining the positive impact encourages officials to support the public safety coordinators by providing adequate local resources and funding. ...

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  • Academy of Marketing Science Review As luxury is a subjective and multidimensional construct, a definition of the luxury concept should follow an integrative understanding. For our purposes, we define luxury as the highest level of prestigious brands encompassing several physical and psychological values. To explain consumers‘ behavior in relation to luxury brands, apart from interpersonal aspects like snobbery and conspicuousness, personal aspects such as hedonist and perfectionist motives as well as situational conditions (e.g.

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  • Despite the protection afforded by several important legal instruments, the environment continues to be the silent victim of armed conflicts worldwide. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has conducted over twenty post-conflict assessments since 1999, using state-of-the-art science to determine the environmental impacts of war. From Kosovo to Afghanistan, Sudan and the Gaza Strip, UNEP has found that armed conflict causes significant harm to the environment and the communities that depend on natural resources.

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