Executive decision makers are coming to understand that
strategic management, national government policies, and the
international public sector are all related, often in subtle ways.
Foreign markets now have even more influence on corporate
performance. Dr. Beenhakker familiarizes readers with a
multifaceted approach to decision making in an international
context, focusing on the interactions between the private and
public sectors. In doing this he shows how macroeconomic issues
affect the global economy, specifically their impact on
Though drawing upon a wide range of sources in economics,
finance, accounting, and statistics, among other fields, this work
requires no special grounding in any of these fields to be read,
grasped, and applied. Dr. Beenhakker's analytical techniques help
translate the often vague rules of thumb used by international
finance executives into specific decision making criteria. With
numerous examples and illustrations, plus a clearly defined
conceptual framework to analyze, predict, and respond to changes in
the financial environment and world trade, Dr. Beenhakker's book is
an essential resource for executive-level decision makers
throughout today's globalizing organizations.
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