International Business by Dr. Meghna Aggarwal
The past two decades have witnessed a rapid and continuous growth of cross-border economic linkages. A New World Order has begun for trade and globalization. From simple across-theborder transactions, International business has grown to encompass a vast network of countries, institutions, individuals, resources and organizations. The dynamic changes affecting the economic, political, and social climate in many countries represent a new challenge to businesses.
Thus, the study of international business and the knowledge of the forces operating in the world have direct implications for everyone: from consumers who are presented with an increasing array of foreign product choices, to political leaders who find that political concerns are directly related to economic and international trade concerns, and to business managers who face increasing competition from not only domestic but also foreign producers of goods and services. Moreover, the study of international business stimulates a more basic, attitudinal change in doing business in this larger environment.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Com Student.
Table of Content:
2. International Business
3. Modes Of Entry / Expansion
5. International Business Environment
6. Recent Trends In World Trade In Goods And Services
7. Theories Of International Trade
8. Tariff Barriers
9. Non-tariff Barriers (Ntbs)
10. Special Kind Of Ntbs
11. Balance Of Payments
12. International And Economic Organisation
13. Regional Economic Integration
14. Foreign Exchange Market
15. Quotations At The Foreign Exchange Market
16. Exchange Rate Determination
17. Eous And Sezs
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