For senior undergraduate business, and law school courses in International Business Law.Emphasizing practical application and theory of international business law, this text shows how firms doing business between the more than 200 countries of the world are governed and regulated. No single legal system is emphasized; rather, cases and materials from many countries are collected to show both the diversity and the similarity of businesses and of the law. This is a book of text, cases, and readings.
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Emphasizes practical application and theory of international business law with supplementary cases and readings.From the Back Cover:
Examining the law of international business from a worldwide perspective, this book is meant for introductory .and advanced business and law students. With extensive footnotes, excerpted cases, and supplementary online materials (at IntBusLaw.com), International Business Law is also a valuable reference for practitioners.
This book covers topics essential to understanding international business, from an examination of the role of international and comparative law, to the laws governing multinational enterprises; foreign investment; money and banking; and sales of goods, services, labor, intellectual property, transportation, financing, taxation, and dispute settlement. It describes the most important international organizations, from the Bank of International Settlements to the World Trade Organization, and it examines the important ethical issues of our times with readings and materials on topics such as:
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110131014102