I am very pleased with the organization, layout and clarity of this text. It fits my need for a text that provides substance for the strategic planning process.
The chapter on Multinational and Participation strategies is absolutely superb. It is one of the chapters that influenced my decision to adopt this text.
My applause to Dr. Cullen for the content and quality of the entire Part II. It is a masterful blend of concept and application specifics that truly brings to life the realities and complexity of doing business internationally.
I love this book. It is a gem in the field of International Management. Tightly written, incisive, packed full of both concepts and application material, it is an excellent text that raises the quality level for courses in International Management.
Discussion of material is superb, as is the topic selection.
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About the Author
John Cullen is Professor of Management at Washington State University where he teaches courses on international management, organizational theory, strategic management, and business ethics. He has also taught on the faculties of the University of Nebraska, the University of Rhode Island, Waseda and Keio Universities in Japan (as a Fulbright lecturer), and the Catholic University of Lille in France. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He consults regularly with U.S. and Japanese organizations regarding international strategic alliances and the management of ethical behavior. Professor Cullen is the author or co-author of four books and over 60 journal articles, which have appeared in journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of International Business Studies, Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Organizational Studies, Management International Review, Journal of Vocational Behavior, American Journal of Sociology, Organizational Dynamics, and the Journal of World Business. He also has given over 100 presentations at national and regional meetings. His major research interests include the effects of national culture and social institutions on managers and workers, the management of trust and commitment in international strategic alliances, ethical climates in multinational organizations, and the dynamics of organizational structure. Professor Cullen serves or has served on various editorial boards including the Academy of Management Journal and Advances in International Management and reviews for major journals in management and international business.