Title

Managerial Technology Transfer: The Middle East and North African Experience

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2012

Subject: LCSH

Management -- Cross-cultural studies, Technology transfer -- Case studies, Management, Management--North Africa, Management--Middle East

Disciplines

Business Administration, Management, and Operations

Abstract

(From Publisher's description) "Global managers must recognise the influence of culture and be prepared to either respond to it or change it. This book examines current research in the study of managerial technology transfer."

Contents, from Worldcat:

When east and west collide: applying western-based work motivation : theories in Chinese societies in South East Asia / Jonathan Goh -- The role of dual governance on knowledge transfer in multinational enterprises / Shih Chin Tai, Shih Chieh Fang, Julia Li. Lin and Dr. Fu Sheng Tsai -- Unlocking entrepreneurial capabilities : appreciating knowledge and technology transfer in advancing micro-enterprises in Zimbabwe / Mambo Mupepi, Sylvia Mupepi, and Gayla Jewell -- Managerial technology transfer : the Middle East and North African experience / Khalil Dirani and Dr. Khadija Al Arkoubi -- Cultural restraints of development : the case of attitudes towards work in Eastern Europe / Katarzyna Andrzejczak.

Comments

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Book may be purchased here.

Management science--theory and applications series.

Publisher Citation

Dirani, K., Al Arkoubi, K. (2012). Managerial Technology Transfer: The Middle East and North African Experience. In Laouisset, D. E., ed. (2012). Managerial technology transfer. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN: 9781613245750