International Management: Culture, Strategy and Behavior
McGraw Hill Higher Education
Richard M. Hodgetts
6 Rev ed
As a discipline of academy inquiry, international management applies management concepts and techniques to their contexts in firms working in multinational, multicultural environments. Hodgetts'Luthans: "International Management" was the first mainstream International Management text in the market. Its 6th 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 (3 chapters): Culture (4 chapters), Strategy and Functions (4 chapters) and Organizational Behavior /Human Resource Management (4 chapters).