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Table of Contents
|Overview of International Business|
|Introduction to International Business: The World Has Changed|
|Globalization: Where Do We Go from Here?|
|China Must Carry the World|
|The World Is Not Flat|
|International Trade Theory: Evolving Ideas on Trade and the Economy|
|Is Global Trade a Threat or Opportunity?|
|Economists Rethink Free Trade|
|Globalization with a Human Face|
|The International Financial Crisis|
|The Global Debt Bomb|
|The World Economy: The Global Financial Crisis and Collapse in World Trade|
|International Special Report: A Financial Crisis to the West-a Fundamental Crisis to the East|
|Monetary Systems, Financial Markets, Balance of Payments, Financial Institutions|
|"Everyone Needs to Rethink Everything": Reflections from the IMF’s Former Chief Economist, Multinational Monitor, November/December 2008|
|The Balance of Payments: Office for National Statistics|
|Potential Future Functions of the World Trade Organization|
|The Wicked Problem of Good Financial Markets|
|Financial Management, Accounting, Foreign Direct Investment|
|Engaging China: Strategies for the Small Internationalizing Firm|
|Planning Ahead for IFRS 1: Initial Adoption of IFRS by U.S. Companies|
|The Global Financial Crisis: What Went Wrong?|
|International Organizations and Operations|
|The Global Corporation|
|The Work Left Undone: Perspectives on Small Business Opportunities in International Trade|
|Global Corporate Strategy|
|Brazil’s Iron Giant Reaches for the Top|
|NanoTech Firm Takes Passage to India|
|Tata: Master of the Gentle Approach|
|Rethinking Globalization: Does "Think Global, Act Local" Still Apply?|
|Expanding Opportunity at the Base of the Pyramid|
|Hailun Piano and the Quest for Quality, Music Trades, February 2010|
|Global Human Resources|
|Jobs on Another Shore|
|Global Business Operations|
|A Material World|
|Keynote Panel Session 1: Whose Income Is It? How Business Is Caught in the Global Competition and Controversy for Tax Revenues|
|Exploiting the Global Supply Chain|
|Issues in International Business|
|The Developing World|
|What One Hand Gives, the Other Takes: Industrial Countries’ Policy Coherence for Development|
|China and India Go to Africa: New Deals in the Developing World|
|Ethical Issues in International Business|
|International OHS: Through the Looking Glass of the Global Economy|
|Deadly Business in Moscow|
|Global Corporate Citizenship: Working with Governments and Civil Society|
|The Greening of the Global Economy|
|Going Green: The Challenges and the Solutions|
|The Future and International Business|
|The New Population Bomb: The Four Megatrends That Will Change the World|
|The Man Who Named the Future|
|The Enterprise of the Future|
|Finding a Job in the 21st Century|
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