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Baker, G. (2009). Why sustainability still makes business sense. NZ Business, 23(3), 35–38.
Feiock, R., Moon, M., & Park, H. (2008). Is the world “flat” or “spiky”? Rethinking the governance implications of globalization for economic development. Public Administration Review, 68(1), 24–35.
Florida, R. (2005, October). The world is spiky: Globalization has changed the economic playing field, but hasn’t leveled it. The Atlantic Monthly, 48–51.
Friedman, T. (2007). Is the world flat? Foreign Policy, 160, 4.
Ghemawat, P. (2007). Why the world isn’t flat. Foreign Policy, 159, 54–60.
Molinsky, A. (2009). A situational approach for assessing and teaching acculturation. Journal of Management Education, in press.
Molinsky, A. (2009). Switching cultural codes. BizEd, 8(2), 32–36.
O’Neill, G., Herschauer, J., & Golden, J. (2009). The cultural context of sustainability entrepreneurship. Greener Management International, 55, 33–46.
Osland, J. (2003). Broadening the debate: The pros and cons of globalization. Journal of Management Inquiry, 12(2), 137–154.
Osland, J., & Bird, A. (2000). Beyond sophisticated stereotyping: Cultural sensemaking in context. Academy of Management Executive, 14(1), 65–79.
Prono, L. (2006). Foreign direct investment. Encyclopedia of World Poverty. SAGE Publications.
Reade, C., Todd, A., Osland, A., & Osland J. (2008). Poverty and the multiple stakeholder challenge for global leaders. Journal of Management Education, 32, 820–840.
Schuster, J. (2006). International trade. Encyclopedia of World Poverty. SAGE Publications.
Senge, P. (2006). Systems citizenship: The leadership mandate for this millennium. Reflections, 7(3), 1–8.
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