ANTECEDENTS OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA
This study investigated whether known international business theories available in the literature are meaningful enough to explain the role of international companies in Nigeria. The research examines factors that are likely to influence Nigeria’s cultural and ethical values. The study found that understanding cultural and ethical values is important for international companies....
Published at Nigerian Journal of Management Studies
Published in 2014
Akintunde, O., Iyiola, O., & Omoluabi, E.
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