This book very thoroughly covers the IB field, with a specific focus on globablization.
The many case studies make it a great supplemental book for my class that focuses on FDI theories.
This is a comprehensive, if somewhat dense text. It covers 'everything you need to know' about International Business well supported by short case studies from across the globe.
This book gives profound information on historical development of globalization (from exploration, to colonial and modern corporation era). It describes the most important international organisations, regional integration and economic development of separate countries. Different market entry strategies are analysed. The present book of John Hill provides the reader with valuable facts (about the topics stated before) that should be known by any decision maker in corporations. The theoretical analysis is kept, however, a bit limited.
For students who have not experienced the ways in which the internationalisation of work impacts on organisations this book provides an illuminating guide to the different concepts that they may come across and how to accommodate those different idiosyncracies of different countries. Also very useful for managers taking their first assignment abroad.
it's a good textbook but will be much better for postgraduate student here rather than our undergrads
The book handels a series of issues and historical challengers of international business. Gives interesting accounts of present business development.
I have recommended the same to my students for understanding Globalisation, International Trade, strategy and managing strategic alliances.
This text is easy to understand for Japanese students who are in the undergarduate 2~3 years
The book is perfect because it has a strong managerial orientation. When you read it, you are always looking forward to read and learn more... it's ideal for students