ISBN: 9781260575866 is an International Student Edition of International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace 13th Edition by: Charles Hill. This ISBN: 9781260575866 is Textbook only. It will not come with online access code. Online Access code (should only be purchased when required by an instructor ) sold separately at other ISBN The content of of this title on all formats are the same. Market-defining since it was introduced, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace by Charles W.L. Hill (University of Washington) sets the standard and is the proven choice for International Business at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Chapter One Globalization
Chapter Two National Differences in Political, Economic, and Legal Systems
Chapter Three National Differences in Economic Development
Chapter Four Differences in Culture
Chapter Five Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sustainability
Chapter Six International Trade Theory v
Chapter Seven Government Policy and International Trade
Chapter Eight Foreign Direct Investment
Chapter Nine Regional Economic Integration
Chapter 10 The Foreign Exchange Market
Chapter 11 The International Monetary System
Chapter 12 The Global Capital Market
Chapter 13 The Strategy of International Business
Chapter 14 The Organization of International Business
Chapter 15 Entering Developed and Emerging Markets
Chapter 16 Exporting, Importing, and Countertrade
Chapter 17 Global Production and Supply Chain Management
Chapter 18 Global Marketing and Business Analytics
Chapter 19 Global Human Resource Management
Chapter 20 Accounting and Finance in International Business
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This book is easily the worst textbook I have ever had the misfortune of owning and being forced to read. The author spends all his time in a long-winded defense of corporate multinationals and the free market economy, while he dances around the xenophobia and conservatism of America First. While there are certainly pros and cons to all of this it sounds like a monologue from a Fox News host.
He reduces the conflicts in the Middle East to a failure within Islam to accept modernity and does not even mention the role that decades of bad US foreign policy may have played in these conflicts. Nor do we hear of countries like the United Arab Emirates or other Muslim-majority nations that have clearly not only accepted "modernity" but have taken the lead in developing new technologies and openly adopting them.
I read this as an assigned textbook for my International Business university module. The textbook was very thorough and it did cover all the topics needed for this class. Most of the teachings and content that I was taught in lectures came from this book or another textbook, so it included everything needed to catch up on international business topics. This book could be interchangeable with International Business: The New Realities by Cavusgil, the books are extremely similar and cover the same content.
A brilliant international business textbook - it covers subjects like economic theories, government policy, business strategies, organizational structures, etc - all of the usual things you would expect in any business text ... but what Hill does is that it seems to go a little further than all his contemporaries .... he not only questions their explanations, but exposes them as impracticable, worthless and infantile ... it is an amusing spectacle, considering how old the writers are, he rubs it on.
The book is very easy to use and can be read in individual chapters or as a whole. It is not difficult to read and contains numerous examples that apply to modern business.
The book is also enhanced by an interactive CD-ROM, which expands the content of the book.
Rented this for my BUSI 370 class. Came on time and in good condition.
It's been over 17 years since I started working on the first issue of. they started International business: competing in the global market. In the third edition, the book was the most widely used international trade text in the world. Since then, its market share has only increased. I attribute the book's success to a number of goals that I set myself when I started the first edition of the book. Specifically, I wanted to write a book that
(1) is complete and up-to-date,
(2) goes beyond an uncritical presentation and superficial explanation of the body of knowledge,
(3) maintains a tight and integrated flow between chapters,
(4) A lot has happened over the past 17 years, both in the real world of business, politics and economics, and in the academic world of theory and empirical research.
I have often had to rewrite chapters in a meaningful way, throwing away old examples, inserting new ones, incorporating new theories and evidence into the book, and gradually eliminating older theories that are less and less relevant to the modern and dynamic world of international business, the current edition . As noted below, I have made significant changes to this edition and will no doubt continue to do so in the future. In deciding which changes to make, I was guided not only by my reading, teaching and research, but also by the invaluable feedback I have received from professors and students around the world who use the book, reviewers, and receive it from the publisher at McGraw Hill. My thanks go out to everyone.
Charles W. L. Hill is a British born academic. Since 2016 he has been Hughes M. and Katherine G. Blake Endowed Professor in Business Administration and Professor of Management and Organization at the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he has taught since 1988. He previously taught at Michigan State University (1986–88) and the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (now Manchester Metropolitan University; 1983–86). From 1985 to 1986 he was visiting professor at Texas A&M University. _0_ His books include Strategic Management: An Integrated Approach (2004), together with G. R. Jones, and International Business: Competing in the Global Market Place (2005).