Preparing for careers in global business: Strategies for U.S. female students

Kling, Nathan D.; Alexander, Joe F.
June 1999
American Business Review;Jun99, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p34
Academic Journal
Evaluates the progress women have made in obtaining foreign assignments. Strategies for female students to compete for foreign assignments; Barriers to selection of women; Need for women to gain front-end knowledge on both the position and the foreign culture; Rising percentage of women expatriate managers.


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