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International business negotiations: present knowledge and direction for future research

Reynolds, Nina, Simintiras, Antonis and Vlachou, Efi (2003) International business negotiations: present knowledge and direction for future research [in special issue: International Business Negotiations] International Marketing Review, 20, (3), pp. 236-261. (doi:10.1108/02651330310477585).

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Global companies increasingly rely on the effectiveness of business negotiations for their survival and growth. As an important business function for creating and maintaining successful relationships, international business negotiations during the last decade (1990-2000) have attracted considerable attention among researchers. Although these research efforts have shed light on several aspects of international business negotiations, there has been neither a comprehensive assessment of the knowledge gained, nor a systematic analysis of the issues that this research appears to have left unexplored. It is the purpose of this study to provide a thorough review of the publications on international business negotiations generated in the last decade, identify trends, assess where the discipline currently is and where it might be going.

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: international business, national cultures, negotiating, research


Local EPrints ID: 179079
ISSN: 0265-1335
PURE UUID: 7a043826-ea4d-443a-a2ba-94d4216f082c

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Date deposited: 18 May 2011 15:37
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:03

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Author: Nina Reynolds
Author: Antonis Simintiras
Author: Efi Vlachou

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