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International Business Law and its Environment

International Business Law and its Environment - 4th edition

ISBN13: 978-0538884839

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Publisher: West Publishing Co. (College)
Published: 1999
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International Business Law and its Environment - 4TH 99 edition

ISBN13: 978-0538884839

Richard Schaffer, Beverley Earle and Filiberto Agusti

ISBN13: 978-0538884839
ISBN10: 0538884835
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 4TH 99
Publisher: West Publishing Co. (College)

Published: 1999
International: No
Summary

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW AND IT'S ENVIRONMENT, 4e employs a comparative approach that emphasizes private law and facilitates effective managerial decision-making. The authors balance the legal challenges of doing business in developing and non-market-economy countries with the economic and political issues that commonly arise.

  • Updated FOREIGN ACCENTS boxes from world-wide popular press and other sources demonstrate differences between U.S. and foreign legal environments.
  • INTERNET ADDRESSES in each chapter invites students to seek additional in-depth or related information on chapter topics through the World Wide Web.
  • CASES update students on important international business law issues.
  • END-OF-CHAPTER QUESTIONS, CASE PROBLEMS, AND MANAGERIAL IMPLICATIONS challenge students to apply their knowledge.

Author Bio

Schaffer, Richard : Appalachian State University

Earle, Beverley : Bentley College

Agusti, Filiberto : Steptoe and Johnson, Attorneys at Law, Washington, D.C.

Table of Contents

PART I: THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS.

1. Introduction to International Business.
2. International Law and Organizations.
3. The European Union and the Development of Trade Areas.
4. The Resolution of International Disputes.

PART II: INTERNATIONAL SALES, CREDITS, AND THE COMMERCIAL TRANSACTION.

5. Sales Contracts and Excuses for Nonperformance.
6. The Documentary Sale and Terms of Trade.
7. The Carriage of Goods and the Liability of Air and Sea Carriers.
8. Bank Collections, Trade Finance and Letters of Credit.

PART III: INTERNATIONAL AND U.S. TRADE LAW.

9. National Lawmaking Powers and the Regulation of U.S. Trade.
10. GATT Law and the World Trade Organizations: Basic Principles.
11. The Regulation if Import Competition and Unfair Trade.
12. Laws Governing Access to Foreign Markets.
13. Imports, Customs and Tariff Law.
14. North American Free Trade Law.
15. The Regulation of Exports.

PART IV: REGULATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE.

16. International Marketing Law: Sales Representatives, Advertising and Ethical Issues.
17. Licensing Agreements and the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights.
18. Host-Country Regulation: Corporate Law and Taxation.
19. Political Risk: Nationalization, Expropriation, and Other Takings of Investments.
20. Privatization.
21. Labor and Employment Discrimination Law.
22. Environmental Law.
23. Regulating the Competitive Environment.

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