How often do firms in peripheral economies hire foreign inventors from core economies? How about vice-versa?
Depending on the production process, it may be worth it to pay more for workers in economically advantaged countries.
Given the ease of virtual communication in the modern age, business travel might seem unnecessary. Senior executives still think it is worth the price.
A statistical analysis reveals a major flaw in using “value surveys” to measure culture quantitatively.
Amir Shoham uses gendered language marking to demonstrate that global microfinance institutions are targeting services to women in most need.
CEOs may pursue value-destroying acquisitions to increase their personal wealth.
What can the roots of language tell us about gender inequality in business?
Innovation is the mainspring of prosperous economies and a key component to alleviating humanity’s problems.
Business culture can contribute to or inhibit success when small businesses work with government organizations.
Across the world, companies sometimes face unexpected political disturbances such as political coups, military rebellions and anti-government protests. How can multinational enterprises (MNEs) insulate themselves from such profound shocks?
As the world becomes more global, Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) often disregard local relationships due to the international connections for their business – and face backlash.