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International Business Etiquette

The Art of Doing Business Across Cultures: 10 Countries, 50 Mistakes, and 5 Steps to Cultural Competence
Essential Do's and Taboos: The Complete Guide to International Business and Leisure Travel
Global Business Etiquette: A Guide to International Communication and Customs
Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More Than 60 Countries
Passport to Success: The Essential Guide to Business Culture and Customs in America's Largest Trading Partners

Databases

The following library databases provide information about business culture and etiquette in other countries.

A to Z the World

The library database A to Z the World provides information about all the countries of the world, including a section on business etiquette.

Access A to Z the World

First, select a country from the list or the world map. Then, choose the Business section on the left:

Business Culture section in A to Z the World


Business Source Complete

A collection of business-oriented articles from journals, trade publications, and magazines.

Access Business Source Complete

In the first box, type business etiquette and change the drop-down to SU Subject Terms. In the second box, type your country and change the drop-down to GE Geographic Terms.

SU = business etiquette AND GE = china

Suggested Book Titles

To find more books, search in the library catalog for Business etiquette or Intercultural communication. Use the call numbers provided to locate the books. Unless otherwise noted, books will be on the third floor of the Library, and will check out for 2 weeks.

Online books may be read by clicking the title and logging in.

Multiple Countries


Africa/Middle East


Asia


Europe


Latin America

Films

The Films on Demand database has a video series called "Global Business," which examines business etiquette and customs in a variety of countries, as well as general international business concepts.

Websites

The following websites may be useful to you in your research. These links are external sites. As such, content may change frequently and they may contain ads. Per policy, the Library does not review links suggested via email.