Management Practices Culture
and Their Cultures
Reference GN 307 .C68 2001 v. 1-4
With the country entries
ordered alphabetically, a total of 225 countries are described.
Each summary provides a mix of demographic, historical, social,
economic, political, and religious information.
Reference GT 150 .C85 2005 v. 1-4
Each volume contains country
reports featuring categories (some not found in other sources) such as:
Land & climate, History, Population, Language, Religion, General
Attitudes, Personal Appearance, Greetings, Gestures, Visiting, Eating,
Family, Dating & Marriage, Diet, Recreation, Arts, Holidays, Commerce,
Government, Economy, Transportation & Communications, Education, Health,
Events & Trends, and Contact Information.
4--Asia & Oceania
& Bradstreet's Guide to Doing Business Around the World
Reference HF 1416 .M78 2001
"The authors have organized their work into 40 chapters, one for
each of the top trade partners of the United States. Their up-to-date
guidebook presents an array of brief information about the language,
government system, population, geography, and natural resources of each
country. Topics useful for business include holidays, time treatment and
punctuality, work week/hours, religious/society influences, economic
conditions, comparative risk ratings and data (country, trade flows with
the United States, monetary policy, trade policy), protection of
intellectual property rights, foreign investment climate, politics and
leaders, useful contacts, passport/visa requirements, and cultural
Bow, or Shake Hands: How to Do Business in Sixty Countries
Reference HF 5389 .M67 1994
Concise outline for each country
which covers cultural overviews, behavior styles, negotiating
techniques, protocol, and business practices.