Management International Review

International business publication.

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 1, January

Canadian Companies Doing Business in China: Key Success Factors
Theoretical Background and Hypotheses The People's Republic of China (China) has become a very attractive market for multinational companies from around the world. With an average GNP growth rate of 9.9 percent over the last 15 years and 10.2 percent...
Environmental Ethics across Borders: The United States versus Ecuador
"First feed the face, and then tell right from wrong Even noblemen may act like sinners, Unless they've had their customary dinners" The Threepenny Opera Bertold Brecht Industrial development over the past 200 years has resulted in immeasurable...
German Reunification - Impacts on the Situation of Female Employees
This paper presents the background and results of a study project on "Female Employees in the German Transformation Process" conducted over a period of two years by the Institute for Human Resource and International Management.(1) The study describes...
The Relationship between Organizational Structure and Export Performance
Introduction Although academic research into the field of exporting has grown in proportion to the importance of exporting policy, most researchers have studied the phenomenon by focusing on the link between strategy and performance (Cavusgil/Zou...
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