Regional Cultures, Managerial Behavior, and Entrepreneurship: An International Perspective

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HORST ALBACH is professor of business economics at Bonn University and the Koblenz School of Corporate Management and is general director of the Small Business Research Institute in Bonn. He is a consultant on business taxes and taxation policy as well as in antitrust cases. Dr. Albach has served on various government commissions of the Federal Republic of Germany, including the Board of Economic Advisors. His academic research has centered on questions of business investment, capital budgeting, and the theory of the growth of firms.

MAX DAETWYLER is a faculty member at the International Management Institute in Geneva. He is a respected and widely known consultant in Switzerland.

ANDRÉ DELBECQ is dean of the Leavey Graduate School of Business at Santa Clara University. His research has focused on creative problem- solving techniques, including the nominal group process, and on organizational structures that underlie innovation. In recognition of his scholarship, he was named a fellow of the Academy of Management in 1975. He has published widely and is a recognized scholar in the area of organizational innovation.

SAM M. HAI is professor of finance at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse. He has taught at the University of Pittsburgh, Arizona State University, the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, the American University of Beirut, the Medical College of Virginia, and St. Bonaventure University where he was chairman of the finance department

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