International Business, 1st Edition International Business, 1st Edition By Shad Morris and James Oldroyd International Business provides modular learning that enables instructors to give their students a unique and engaging learning experience. This course integrates a streamlined content approach with dynamic whiteboard animations and instructional videos designed for in- or out-of-class use. The content includes current topics and high-interest examples that are relevant to the business world. Schedule a Demo Sign Up for a Test Drive Adopt WileyPLUS Want to learn more about WileyPLUS? Click Here Hear from our Authors What’s Inside About the Authors Table of Contents International cases and application problems make the material more “real” for students. Each section includes one or more cases with discussion questions. The case solutions show students how to use the text content to solve the problem. Although these cases generally relate to a single learning objective, the assignable cases at the end of each chapter are more comprehensive. Engaging whiteboard animations keep your students engaged. Whiteboard animations are offered at various points in each chapter, allowing a walk-through of key concepts via an animated lecture. As the video plays, an illustrator uses dynamic drawings to keep the audience hooked and wondering what is going to be drawn next. Students can use these videos to review challenging content or key concepts. International cases and application problems make the material more “real” for students. Each section includes one or more cases with discussion questions. The case solutions show students how to use the text content to solve the problem. Although these cases generally relate to a single learning objective, the assignable cases at the end of each chapter are more comprehensive. What’s New Clear Learning Objectives Each chapter section is organized around four learning objectives (LOs). These LOs have an exercise/activity/question/video to “activate students” with figures and tables that illustrate the content. At the end of each LO, students complete an application of the content, reinforcing the concepts covered and providing a practical application of the content to enable student mastery. Career Center Resources These resources prepare students for future professions with Inside Track, a career coaching system, and CareerShift, a leading job search tool. Students also have access to Career Coach Videos and an ePortfolio guide. Shad Morris is the Georgia White Fellow and associate professor of international business at the Marriott School of Business, Brigham Young University. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has spent over seven years of his adult life outside the United States, living in countries such as China, India, South Korea, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Denmark. Professor Morris conducts research and consults in many emerging markets within Asia, Latin America, and Africa. He has been a visiting professor at the Indian School of Business, China Europe International Business School, and the Copenhagen Business School. He has been a Fulbright Scholar and is a Research Fellow at Cambridge University. He has also received numerous awards for his international research, including one of the top research awards from the Academy of Management.Professor Morris serves as a council member for the Global Management Center Board of Directors and has held leadership roles within the Strategic Management Society. Prior to becoming an academic, he worked for the World Bank, Management Systems International, and Alcoa. He speaks Bulgarian and has working knowledge of Serbo-Croatian. James Oldroyd is the Ford Motor/Richard Cook associate professor of strategy at the Marriott School of Business, Brigham Young University (BYU). He received his Ph.D. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He was an assistant professor of management at SKK-GSB in Seoul, South Korea, for five years and an assistant professor of international business at The Ohio State University (OSU) for three years. Professor Oldroyd’s research explores the intersection of networks and knowledge flows. This work has been published in such outlets as the Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, and Harvard Business Review. He teaches courses on strategy, strategy implementation, international business, and negotiations to undergraduates, MBAs, and executives. In addition to teaching at SKK, OSU, and BYU, he has taught at the Indian School of Business and the University of North Carolina. He is actively involved in delivering custom leadership training courses for numerous companies, including Samsung, Doosan, SK, Quintiles, and Inside Sales. He speaks Lao and Thai. 1. Globalization 2. Analytical Tools for International Business 3. Political Systems 4. The Legal Environment 5. Economic Systems 6. Currency and Foreign Exchange 7. Trade 8. Culture 9. Sustainability 10. Poverty 11. Technological Change and Infrastructure 12. Global Innovation and Intellectual Property 13. Country Selection and Entry Modes 14. International Strategy 15. International Organizational Structures 16. Global Leadership 17. Global Marketing 18. Global Operations and Supply Chain Management 19. Global Human Resource Management 20. Global Finance and Accounting Wiley Team for Success. Dedicated to Student Achievement. 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