Global Business Strategy: A Systems Approach
Publisher: South-Western Pub | pages: 560 | 1990 | ISBN: 0538072326 | PDF | 17,3 mb
Future historians of business will undoubtedly describe the 1990s as the dawn of globalization. Gradually but steadily, goods, services, money, and people are coming to be exchanged in a market that has virtually no national borders. This market is not simply an extension of the domestic markets that grew up after the end of World War II. Rather, the global market is a new phenomenon brought about by a convergence of the social, political, and economic systems of the peoples of the earth.