Articles

Cross-Border Alliances in the French Banking Sector: Alliances and Stability Conditions

B. MAROIS, T. Abdessemed

International Studies of Management and Organization

1996, vol. 26, n°2, pp.38-58

Départements : Finance


De l'a-responsabilité de l'expert

A. SOLE

Performances Humaines et Techniques

septembre 1996

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion


Discounted costs, obsolescence and planned stockouts with EOQ formula

C. VAN DELFT, J. Vial

International Journal of Production Economics

1996, vol. 44, pp.255-265

Départements : Information Systems and Operations Management, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Elements de droit pénal du travail

J.-P. ANTONA

Les Dossiers de l'Institut Supérieur du Travail

novembre-décembre 1996, n°72, pp.10-34

Départements : Droit et fiscalité


Etude des pratiques de gestion de 9 groupes industriels européens en matière de comptabilité de gestion et cessions inter unités

M. LEBAS

Revue Française de Comptabilité

mars 1996, n°276, pp.55-62

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion


European Acquisition by French Banks, Strategies and the European Financial Structure

B. MAROIS, F. Lépineux

Advances in International Banking and fInance

1996, n°2, pp.31-61

Départements : Finance


From Language Learner to Multicultural Manager

D. SHANAHAN

European Management Journal

juin 1996, vol. 14, n°3, pp.315-320

Départements : Langues et Cultures


In today's rapidly globalizing world of business and management, language skills with real world applications have become essential. Communicative competence has established itself as the goal of most progressive language learning programs, but teachers and learners have begun to ask what lies beyond communicative competence? What must the truly exceptionally qualified, top-level international manager be able to do in the international setting? The answer lies in the relationship that exists between the culture - both with respect to culture's ability to facilitate language learning, and with respect to the manager's ability to adopt cultural nuances which make his or her ‘foreigness’ transparent to listeners. The crossing of this final threshold characterizes the manager who has begun to live psychologically in two cultures, and who is thus prepared to move on into the level of metaskills which are the hallmark of the truly multicultural manager.

From value chain to value constellation: designing interactive strategy, Collection spéciale "Corporate Planning and Strategy"

R. RAMIREZ

Harvard Business Review

1996, n°49510

Départements : Management et Ressources Humaines


Hedging Corporate Bond Portfolios across the Business Cycle

A. Marcus, E. ÖRS

Journal of Fixed Income

mars 1996, vol. 5, pp.56-60

Départements : Finance, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Identification and Validation of the Components of the Person-Object Relationship

P. Aurier, Y. EVRARD

Journal of Business Research

1996, vol. 37, pp.127-134

Départements : Marketing



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