Managing In Developing Countries

Managing In Developing Countries by James E. Austin

Title: Managing In Developing Countries
Author: James E. Austin
ISBN10: 0743236297
ISBN13: 978-0743236294
Publisher: Free Press (January 15, 2002)
Language: English
Subcategory: International
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Pages: 480 pages
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Managing In Developing Countries by James E. Austin


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As consumers, suppliers, competitors and capital users, the 142 developing countries in the world are of major importance to more than 140,000 Western managers who do business with the Third World on a daily basis. Building on 25 years of teaching and field research, James Austin presents a comprehensive analysis of the dynamics of the Third World business environment where, unlike the West, government is what the author terms a "megaforce". With hundreds of examples, Austin shows how managers must interact with Third World governments in each of the functional areas of management: finance, production, marketing and organization.