Management Leading and Collaborating in a Competitive World Thomas Bateman 13th Edition-Test Bank
Management, 13e (Bateman)
Chapter 6 International Management
1) One of the consequences of an increasingly integrated global economy is that imports are penetrating deeper into the world’s largest economies.
2) Companies both large and small now view the world, rather than a single country, as their marketplace.
3) NAFTA had an immediate and negative effect on the U.S. automobile industry.
4) When pressures for local responsiveness are high and pressures for global integration are low, the global model is appropriate.
5) One of the advantages of exporting is that it provides scale economies.
6) The most significant disadvantage concerning franchising is brand name recognition.
7) Using host-country nationals at an overseas subsidiary is generally less expensive than using expatriates.
8) Family issues are the main reason expatriates return home early.
9) Ethnocentrism is the tendency to judge others by the standards of one’s own culture or group, which are seen as superior.
10) Ethical behavior and decision making are surprisingly harder in a purely domestic situation than in the international arena.
11) Which country has received the most foreign direct investment in recent years?
D) The United States
12) The practice followed by some companies of moving jobs to another country is called