International Business-Government Communications: U.S. Structures, Actors, and Issues

By Jack N. Behrman; J. J. Boddewyn et al. | Go to book overview

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Jack N. Behrman was Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Domestic and International Business under the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations. He had previously published path-breaking studies on foreign licensing and direct foreign investment and has since continued to write on problems of foreign investment and the multinational enterprise. His most recent works include National Interests and the Multinational Enterprise, U.S. International Business and Governments, and The Role of International Companies in Latin American Integration. He also made a study for the State Department on "Multinational Co-Production Consortia: Lessons of the NATO Experience."

J.J. Boddewyn is Professor of International Business at Baruch College (City University of New York). His teaching and research have centered on international comparative management and marketing as well as on environmental and managerial topics, with emphasis on international business-government relations and external affairs about which he advises multinational companies and governments. He is the author of Comparative Management and Marketing, Organizing for External Affairs in Europe, and Western European Policies Toward U.S. Investors; a coauthor of World Business Systems and Environments, and International Business-Government Relations: A Study of U.S. Corporate Experience; and coeditor of and contributor to Public Policy Toward Retailing: An International Symposium.

Ashok Kapoor is professor of marketing and international business at the Graduate School of Business Administration of New York University, and also serves as an adviser to governments and international companies. He is an innovator in developing international business negotiation simulations as teaching, research, and training tools. Dr. Kapoor is the author of numerous articles and of International Business Negotiations: A Study in India; Change and Uncertainty in Asia: Implications for the International Company. In addition, he is a coauthor of Managing International Markets, International Business-Government Relations: A Study of U.S. Corporate Experience, Foreign Investments in Asia, World Business Systems and Environment, and Planning for International Business Negotiation; coeditor of The Multinational Enterprise in Transition; and editor of and contributor to Asian Business and Environment in Transition.

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