China’s leaders say future economic growth relies on high-quality development. It’s an opening that Canadian firms are poised to fill
When politics and organizations are reduced to economic and financial affairs, something else will inevitably fill the vacuum
Firms’ international behaviour is often shaped by their home country. What does this mean for setting global standards and being socially responsible?
Firms involved in anti-dumping trade cases may be massaging the books
Multicultural teams are particularly vulnerable to misunderstandings and distrust. A new Master of International Business course will show how to draw out inspiration from diversity
Who says location doesn't matter in the age of globalization? Here's why strong brand-based firms gravitate to global cities and IP-based firms stay away
To overcome the "liability of foreignness" in global capital markets, emerging-market firms can strategically use a credit rating to make them appear more credible
The quality of host country governance drives trustworthy behaviour in International Joint Ventures
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