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Instructor ResourceThomas/Peterson, Cross-Cultural Management, 4eSAGE Publishing, 2018Test BankCHAPTER11: THECHALLENGEOFMANAGINGACROSSCULTURESINTHEFUTUREMultiple Choice1. ______ is characterized by growing worldwide connections between organizations and their various constituencies, by rapid and discontinuous change, by growing numbers and diversity of actors involved in global activities, and by greater managerial complexity.A. GlobalizationB. ComplexityC. TechnologyD. Transition
Ans: ACognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: The Changing Environment of BusinessDifficulty Level: Easy2. ______ issues arise from policies that favor the migration of skilled workers.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Uneven DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Medium3. Acme Global expanded its staffing strategy to have work done in a foreign country because it needed access to skills not available in the local labor pool. In other words, Acme Global used ______.
Cognitive Domain: ApplicationAnswer Location: Uneven DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Medium4. Megan moved from China to the United States to work and pursue citizenship. Megan’s economic migration would fall into the ______ category.
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Instructor ResourceThomas/Peterson, Cross-Cultural Management, 4eSAGE Publishing, 2018Ans: BCognitive Domain: ApplicationAnswer Location: Uneven DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Medium5. As the post 2008 global financial crisis worsened, many Eastern Europeans who had migrated to their more advanced EU neighbors after the EU enlargement in the early 2000s began to return to their home countries. This return is an example of ______ economic migration.A. reverseB. traditionalC. transitionalD. unevenAns: A
Cognitive Domain: ApplicationAnswer Location: Uneven DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Medium6. Which of the following is NOT one of the outcomes of job migration and the growing need for knowledge workers?
Cognitive Domain: AnalysisAnswer Location: Uneven DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Medium7. According to the book, the failure of state socialism has left only one viable economic ideology: ______.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Influence of Transition EconomiesDifficulty Level: Medium8. Countries undergoing marketization that all had been called transition economies in the late 1980s and 1990s have diverged from one another quite substantially but all contain some vestiges of ______.

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