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International Management Books for College1. International Management: Managing Across Borders and Cultures by Helen Deresky, Hardcover: 586 pages, Publisher: Prentice Hall
This globally oriented book covers the most current research and trends in International Management. It offers comprehensive and integrative cases that illustrate the actual behaviors and functions required for successful cross-cultural management at the strategic and interpersonal level. Includes numerous boxed features that relate concepts to real-world practice. Also includes experiential exercises for self-test. For professionals in international business.

2. International Management: Culture, Strategy, and Behavior with World Map by Richard M Hodgetts, Fred Luthans, Hardcover, Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Irwin
As a discipline of academy inquiry, International Management applies management concepts and techniques to their contexts in firms working in multinational, multicultural environments. Hodgetts and Luthans: International Management was the first mainstream International Management text in the market. Its 5th edition continues to set the standard for International Management texts with its research-based content and its balance between culture, strategy, and behavior. International Management stresses the balanced approach and the synergy/connection between the text's four parts: Environment (4 chapters): Culture (4 chapters), Strategy and Functions (4 chapters) and Organizational Behavior /Human Resource Management (5 chapters).

3. International Management by David H. Holt, Karen Wigginton, Hardcover: 768 pages, Publisher: South-Western College
Drawing from expansive international experience and expertise, Holt and Wigginton goes beyond the traditional text and delves beneath the surface of international management. This textbook offers a truly global perspective, incorporating research and case examples from around the globe - not just the United States and Canada. The text focuses on the most important aspect of international management: leadership in a cross-cultural, multidomestic, and multicultural environment. The market includes all universities that teach a course in International Management. It may be used for both upper-division undergraduate and graduate level courses.

4. Multinational Management : A Strategic Approach by John B. Cullen, K. Praveen Parboteeah, Hardcover: 696 pages, Publisher: South-Western College
This book uses strategy as its unifying theme to explore the global economy and the impact of managerial decisions. By examining comparative management issues thoroughly, This textbook reveals the strengths and weaknesses of competitors and how to adapt organizational practices. Cullen/Parboteeah also cover the key topics of formation and implementation of strategies in the global environment, the building of strategic alliances, negotiation and cross-cultural communication, international human resource management, and business ethics.

5. International Financial Management by Jeff Madura, Hardcover: 704 pages, Publisher: South-Western College
This book combines a strong foundation in international finance theory with current, practical applications. It provides thorough, up-to-date treatment of cutting-edge international finance issues along with traditional treatment of international financial management. This book is known for its readability and clear explanation as well as its extensive use of hands-on, real world applications and student-oriented pedagogy.

6. Multinational Financial Management by Alan C. Shapiro, Hardcover: 768 pages, Pub: Wiley
Presents a comprehensive discussion of the foreign exchange market. Discusses the key parity conditions in international finance that relate interest rates, exchange rates, and inflation rates, and the underlying arbitrage considerations that determine them-along with numerous real-world applications. Presents distinctions between real and nominal exchange rates and between accounting and economic exposure and their significance for exchange risk management.

7. Global Marketing Management by Masaaki Kotabe, Kristiaan Helsen, Hardcover: 720 pages, Publisher: Wiley
This textbook provides practical applications of marketing for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level students who wish to work internationally. The ultimate objective of this book is to help readers prepare for the 21st Century and become an effective manager overseeing global marketing activities in an increasingly competitive environment. Global orientation; This book takes the view that the term, "global" epitomizes the competitive pressure and market opportunities from around the world and the firm's need to optimize its market performance on a global basis. Proactive Orientation; Presents a balanced approach between an outside/in and inside/out marketing perspective.

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