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The second edition of Export Import Management has been updated with two new chapters and new case studies. The text material has been restructured to focus on the changes since the last edition. It now has 21 chapters.
Beginning with an introduction to the regulatory norms, related documentation, and letters of credit, the text goes on to discuss pre- and post-shipment finance, and business risks. It delves deep into topics such as logistics, transportation, ports, containerization, and incoterms in detail.
The last part of the book analyses markets in the Middle East, ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand, and China and Japan.
Justin Paul, Associate Professor, University of Washington,Rajiv Aserkar, Professor, S.P. Jain Centre of Management, Dubai
Justin Paul is associated with the University of Washington. He was earlier working as Associate Professor, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan, and faculty, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi.
Rajiv Aserkar is Professor, Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the S P Jain Centre of Management, Dubai. He was formerly faculty, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Dubai Campus, and International Institute of Foreign Trade and Research, Indore.
Table of Contents
1. Foreign Trade-Institutional Framework and Basics 2. Export-Import-Documentation and Steps 3. Methods and Instruments of Payment and Pricing 4. Export-Import Strategies and Practice 5. Export Marketing 6. Methods of Financing Exporters 7. Business Risk Management and Coverage 8. Customs Clearance of Import and Export Cargo 9. Logistics and Characteristics of Modes of Transportation 10. Characteristics of Shipping Industry 11. World Shipping 12. Containerization and Leasing Practices 13. Export Procedures and Documents 14. Information Technology and International Business 15. Incoterms (new chapter) 16. Export Incentive Schemes 17. WTO (new chapter) 18. Doing Business with Middle East Countries 19. Doing Business with Asean Countries 20. Doing Business with Australia and New Zealand 21. Doing Business with China and Japan