Business & Economics, International
A Practical Guide to Navigating Cultural Differences in Global Markets by Marvin Hough
Knowing how to conduct yourself when traveling abroad for business, academic, government, or non-profit purposes is vital to success. However, finding concise, accurate, and up-to-date information on various countries can often be an onerous...
Living the Dream by Marvin Hough
Few careers are more exciting than those in the domain of international trade. Dynamic, fast-paced, and cosmopolitan, you would be hard-pressed to find a more exhilarating professional pursuit—and for those of us with a penchant for travel and...
Inside the World of International Agricultural Research - A Memoir by Gordon MacNeil
“Not many people can say they wouldn’t change anything in a career—but I can.” – Gordon MacNeil Gordon MacNeil has had an extensive fifty-year career in one of the largest foreign aid enterprises of the world, focusing on finance in international...
The Theory and Practice of Bringing Your Company to International Markets by Anna N Schlegel
TODAY’S ECONOMY IS INCREASINGLY BORDERLESS. Every company that seeks to grow beyond its national boundaries needs a globalization team to help develop, translate, adapt, and promote products to international markets. This team is vital to...
One Woman's Story by Pernille Fischer Boulter
What if you were a well-educated, multi-lingual, widely travelled, and successful businessperson, who fell in love with someone from overseas, got married, and moved to a new country, only to find that because you “came from away” none of your...
America, Save the Middle Class! by Dr. Darryl B. Baker, Sr.
Somewhere along the way, the great nation of America has gone off track. In Prosperity Road: America, Save the Middle Class! Dr. Darryl Baker describes how we are being led down the economic pathway in a direction that’s contrary to the voice of...