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The Origins of Globalization (Routledge International Studies in Business History) Paperback – July 10, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-0415805988 ISBN-10: 0415805988 Edition: 1st

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'The Origins of Globalization is a time-travel romp through ancient times. It is a great adventure - and profoundly instructive of the way the world works.' Neil Reynolds, The Globe and Mail

'This book shows that business globalisation is as old as the Pyramids. Modern readers can gain a much broader perspective on how to deal with today’s opportunities and challenges' George Yip, Beckwith Professor of Management Studies, Cambridge University

'A must read for anyone interested in the evolution and future of multinationals' Vijay Govindarajan, Earl C. Daum 1924 Professor of International Business, The Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College

About the Author

Karl Moore is Associate Professor of Management at McGill University, Canada.

David C. Lewis teaches world history at California State University, USA.


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Karl Moore is an Associate Professor at the Desautels Faculty of Management and Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery at McGill University. He also an Associate Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford University. He has taught extensively in executive education and MBA programs with leading universities including: Oxford, LBS, Cambridge, Darden, INSEAD, Duke, the Drucker School, the Rotterdam School of Management, IIM Bangalore, Queen's and McGill.

He was on the faculty of Oxford University for 5 years from 1995-2000 where he taught executive education at Templeton College, and on the MBA and doctoral programs at the Said Business School. An experienced senior corporate manager prior to joining academia, Dr. Moore worked 12 years in sales and marketing management positions in the high tech industry with IBM, Bull and Hitachi. He is a cycle director for the Advanced Leadership Program, a program chaired by Henry Mintzberg.

Dr. Moore's publications include 20 refereed journal articles, 10 books or edited volumes, 10 chapters in books, 27 executive articles and dozens of conferences papers. His research has been published in a number of leading journals including: SMJ, JIBS, Human Relations, Management International Review, Business History, Marketing Management, World Business, Across the Board, Leader to Leader, Strategy + Business, European Business Forum, Chief Executive, The Academy of Management Executive, Journal of Applied Behavioural Science, Policy Options, Marketing Research and the Journal of Brand Management. His research has received well over 500 Google Scholar citations and over 100 ISI web of science citations. He was elected to an M.A. (Oxon) in 1995.

His current research is on postmodern leadership and globalization. On the history side of globalization and international business, he and co-author historian David Lewis have published articles in Business History and the Management International Review on international business in the ancient world. Their latest book, "Origins of Globalization" was published by Routledge in April 2009. It has received worldwide press attention.

In 2006, Karl was a columnist in the Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper on leadership. More recently, he launched a weekly podcast/videocast on leadership and management in conjunction with the Globe in June 2007. It can be heard at wwww.globeandmail.com


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