Modern Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century

Modern Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century : Global Experiences

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Modern Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Experiences, edited by Jessica M. Bailey, Claudette Chin-Loy, Nikolaos Karagiannis, and Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi, is a collection of essays which explores the relationships among many factors that can create and support success in a competitive environment. The authors link competitiveness with economic development, tertiary education, health insurance, socio-cultural and legal issues, and analyze important aspects of competitiveness in the context of many areas of the world, including the Caribbean region, Greece, Czech Republic, The Bahamas, and more

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  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • 157.48 x 226.06 x 30.48mm | 1,315.41g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 073916628X
  • 9780739166284

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This book is an authoritative team effort in the study of competitiveness. Well-written and researched, the study provides an exhaustive treatment of competitiveness in relation to development, education, and a range of other issue areas. This is necessary reading for political economists of all stripes. -- Patrick James, University of Southern California The papers in Modern Competitiveness offer quite interesting insights to the problems that small countries face in the increasingly competitive global markets. The book is of particular relevance to scholars interested in how the Caribbean countries try to make themselves more domestically and internationally competitive. -- Frederic S. Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City This ambitious book tackles the many dimensions and levels of competitiveness in the context of globalization. It draws in a wide range of country experiences in seeking to develop their competitiveness in striving for development and the interactions of the socio-cultural and legal issues and competitiveness. These essays are important contributions to understanding and developing competitiveness at many levels in a globalizing world. -- Malcolm Sawyer, University of Leedsshow more

About Jessica M. Bailey

Jessica M. Bailey is dean of business and economics at Winston-Salem State University. Claudette Chin-Loy is adjunct professor of human resources management at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. Nikolaos Karagiannis is associate professor of economics at Winston-Salem State University. Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi is associate professor of economics at Winston-Salem State more

Table of contents

List of Tables List of Figures Foreword Introduction Part I: Economic Development & Competitiveness Chapter 1 - Regional Development Options and Strategies: Industrial Targeting and Entrepreneurship Chapter 2 - FDIs, Edogenous Competency, and Competitiveness: Elements from Global Experiences Chapter 3 - Development Policy, Edogenous Competency, and Competitiveness in the Caribbean: The Challenge of the Developmental State Approach Part II: Tertiary Education, Health Insurance, & Competitiveness Chapter 4 - Rifacimento of the Business School Curriculum: Increasing Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century Chapter 5 - Improving University Personal Productivity and Tertiary Education Competitiveness: A Preliminary Investigation on Time Management and Other Productivity Aspects Chapter 6 - Mandatory Health Insurance Competitiveness: Lessons from Massachusetts Part III: Sociocultural and Legal Issues & Competitiveness Chapter 7 - New Approaches to Competitiveness Building in the Caribbean: Challenges of Creating a Pervasive Competition Culture Chapter 8 - The Presence of Machiavellian Thinking in the United States and Jamaica Impacting Management Practices, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership Chapter 9 - Virtual Performance Management and Information Technology in the Twenty-First Century Workplace Chapter 10 - Antitrust Immunity: The Case of Liner Conferences under European Union Law Part IV: Caribbean Competitiveness Aspects Chapter 11 - Promoting Export Competitiveness in CARICOM: Issues and Challenges Chapter 12 - Boosting Private Sector Competitiveness for Development in the Caribbean Chapter 13 - Improving the Competitiveness of the Caribbean Tourism Model Part V: Competitiveness Aspects from Selected Countries Chapter 14 - Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship, and the Business Environment in Greece: Aspects from the EU South Chapter 15 - Macro Competitiveness for the Vietnamese Economy Chapter 16 - Foreign Direct Investment in the Banking Sector: Case Study of the Czech Republic and the Bahamas Index About the Contributorsshow more