Part One-Introduction and Overview Chapter 1: Globalization Case: Who Makes the Apple iPhone? Part Two-Country Differences Chapter 2: National Differences in Political Economy Chapter 3: Political Economy and Economic Development Chapter 4: Differences in Culture Chapter 5: Ethics in International Business Case: Siemens Bribery Scandal Case: Disaster in Bangladesh Case: Knights Apparel Case: Japan's Economic Malaise Case: Indonesia: The Next Asian Giant? Part Three-The Global Trade and Investment Environment Chapter 6: International Trade Theory Chapter 7: The Political Economy of International Trade Chapter 8: Foreign Direct Investment Chapter 9: Regional Economic Integration Case: Legal Outsourcing Case: The Global Financial Crisis and Protectionism Case: NAFTA and Mexican Trucking Case: The Rise of the Indian Automobile Industry Case: Logitech Part Four-The Global Monetary System Chapter 10: The Foreign Exchange Market Chapter 11: The International Monetary System Chapter 12: The Global Capital Market Case: South Korean Currency Crisis Case: Russian Ruble Crisis Case: Caterpillar: Competing in a World of Fluctuating Currencies Part Five-The Strategy and Structure of International Business Chapter 13: The Strategy of International Business Chapter 14: The Organization of International Business Chapter 15: Entry Strategy and Strategic Alliances Case: The Evolving Strategy of IBM Case: IKEA in 2013 Case: General Electric's Joint Ventures Case: The Globalization of Starbucks Case: Coca-Cola's Strategy Part Six-Business Operations Chapter 16: Exporting, Importing, and Countertrade Chapter 17: Production, Outsourcing, and Logistics Chapter 18: Global Marketing and R&D Chapter 19: Global Human Resource Management Chapter 20: Accounting and Finance in the International Business Case: Brazil's Gol Airlines Case: Staffing Policy at AstraZeneca
Charles W. L. Hill is the Hughes M. Blake Professor of International Business at the School of Business, University of Washington. Professor Hill received his Ph.D. from the University of Manchester s Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) in Britain. In addition to the University of Washington, he has served on the faculties of UMIST, Texas A&M University, and Michigan State University. Professor Hill has published over 50 articles in peer-reviewed academic journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, and Organization Science. He has also published two college texts: one on strategic management and the other on international business. Professor Hill has served on the editorial boards of several academic journals, including the Strategic Management Journal and Organization Science. Between 1993 and 1996, he was consulting editor at the Academy of Management Review. Professor Hill teaches in the MBA, Executive MBA, Management, and Ph.D. programs at the University of Washington. He has received awards for teaching excellence in the MBA, Executive MBA, and Management programs. He has also taught customized executive programs. Professor Hill works on a consulting basis with a number of organizations. His clients have included ATL, Boeing, BF Goodrich, Hexcel, House of Fraser, Microsoft, Seattle City Light, Tacoma City Light, Thompson Financial Services, and Wizards of the Coast.