Management of Multinational Business
Selected Sources for Culture & Management Audit Project
This assignment guide was compiled to assist
students in locating research sources for Dr. Hoffman's culture &
management audit team project. The audit involves analyzing a
country's social, cultural, economic, and political environment as well
as determining the management practices that are likely to be successful
for operating an organization in the particular country.
The guide focuses on suggested strategies and best
places to begin research efforts. For further information &
assistance in using any of the sources, please contact our reference
In person, at the Reference Desk on the 1st Floor
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Utilizing Multinational Business Portals:
Core Competencies for Business Reference Librarians: International
Business (RUSA/BRASS) - Authored by a business information
librarian, this concisely laid out guide outlines the best sources to
use in answering frequently asked questions for International Business.
Country Information (Karen Blakeman) - Blakeman provides links to a
number of key country overview websites as well as specific links per
country or region. Also, check out the link to
Statistics for specific country/region statistical data.
Everything International (Russow/Philadephia University) -
"Provides links to a wide variety of international
business, education, and research internet sites."
globalEDGE: International Business Resource Desk (Michigan State
University) - Browse the wealth of data links by categories 'country
insights', 'global resources', or 'market potential indicators'.