Focusing on the intersection of market and non-market environments as an integrative framework, this major new text provides a managerial perspective on the important field of business and its environment, covering political, legal, and regulatory dimensions as well as increasingly important international and ethical issues. Emphasis is on the formulation of strategies for firms addressing issues in their environment.
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For courses in Business Environment, and Business/Government/Society. The author takes a managerial orientation focusing on strategy formulation and implementation. He integrates treatment of the economics and politics of antitrust, regulation, environmental protection, and international trade policy. Ethical dimensions of issues are considered as well as the development of frameworks for analyzing ethical concerns and making decision.From the Back Cover:
Key Benefit: This book provides an original, structured and disciplinary approach to the management of a class of issues—both internal and external—of growing importance to the performance of firms. Key Topics: It integrates economics, political science, law and ethics, taking a managerial perspective throughout, in both subject matter and applications. Baron constructs principles upon a set of conceptual frameworks for analyzing issues and formulating strategies to deal with them.
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