1.An ____ manager is a citizen of one country who is working abroad in one of the firms subsidiaries. A) Ethnocentric B) Expatriate C) Geocentric D) Host-country E) Polycentric 2. Which of the following is the staffing policy in which all key management positions are filled by parent-country nationals? A) Expatriate B) Polycentric C) Third-country D) Ethnocentric E) Geocentric 3. The staffing policy that seeks the best people for key jobs throughout the organization, regardless of nationality is called A) Polycentric B) Third-country C) Ethnocentric D) Expatriate E) Geocentric 4. According to the results of a seminal study by R. L. Tung, what was the most important reason for expatriate failures for U.S. multinationals? A) Managers personal or emotional maturity B) Inability of the managers spouse to adjust C) Managers lack of technical competence D) Poor pay E) Managers inability to cope with larger overseas responsibilies 5. An ____ compensates the expatriate for having to live in an unfamiliar country isolated from family and friends, having to deal with a new culture and language, and having to adapt to new work habits and practices. A) Expat allowance B) Hardship allowance C) Foreign service premium D) Housing allowance E) Out-of- Pocket allowance

1.An ____ manager is a citizen of one country who is working abroad in one of the firms subsidiaries.

A) Ethnocentric B) Expatriate C) Geocentric D) Host-country E) Polycentric

2. Which of the following is the staffing policy in which all key management positions are filled by parent-country nationals?

A) Expatriate B) Polycentric C) Third-country D) Ethnocentric E) Geocentric

3. The staffing policy that seeks the best people for key jobs throughout the organization, regardless of nationality is called

A) Polycentric B) Third-country C) Ethnocentric

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