Titel: Management of International Trade
Autoren/Herausgeber: Eun Sup Lee
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Gewicht: 569 g
Eun Sup Lee is a professor in International Trade and Law at Pusan National University and President of the International Trade and Law Institute, Korea, as well as the chairman of International Trade and Law at La Grande École de Marketing - Communication et Ressources Humaines (IPE), France. He has internationally published over 90 research papers on International Trade Regulation. One of his papers, “The Changing Liability System of Sea Carriers and Maritime Insurance: Focusing on the Enforcement of the Hamburg Rules”, was selected and reprinted in the US Law School Text Book “Admiralty: Cases and Materials” (LexisNexis, 2004), together with other seminal papers in the field. Throughout the past 20 years he has been invited by over 30 universities in Asia and America as a consultant in the creation and development of education and research programs on International Trade and Law.
Under the current multilateral trading system, most business entities have turned their attention away from focusing exclusively on their domestic market to the management of international business transactions on the global market. Around the world, this trend has increased the demand for education and training on the principles of international trade and, more practically, the administration of international business transactions. This book aims to give upper-level undergraduates and graduate students a comprehensive understanding of the administrative and practical aspects of international commerce. It seeks to provide students, as the potential future practitioners of international trade, with the ability to gather and administrate the information needed to decide on and manage complex international business transactions, including in- and outsourcing problems, exports and imports.