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This PIBR volume examines a number of idiosyncratic elements in the internationalization strategies of BRIC MNEs and, in particular, in their relationship with home country policies.
This book offers the first comprehensive discussion of the foundations, applications and new directions of politics perspectives in MNCs.
For many years, vertical integration characterized the international oil industry, with the same company controlling the entire process from crude exploration and production to the retailing. This structure was radically transformed in the 1970s and this book, originally published in 1984, examines whether the dis-integration which resulted was a long-term...
This is the first full account of how the multinational enterprise drove globalization and contributed to the making of the modern world. Robert Fitzgerald reveals how the growth of international businesses shaped the economic development of nations, their politics and sovereignty, and the balance of power in international relations.
Inspiring and practical, get the entrepreneurial tools you need to successfully conduct business in a global and competitive world.
Volume 28 of the Advances in International Management focuses on the opportunities and challenges for multinational enterprises that consider emerging economies and their destinations. It provides a forum for thought-provoking idea and empirical research, and is ideal for researchers and doctoral students whose work touches emerging markets.
China's rapid and sustained growth over last thirty years has propelled it to become the world's second largest economy today and potentially the largest in the foreseeable future. As one of the first major economies pulling out of recession and the last remaining major socialist country in the world today,...
This book argues that the strategic management of relationships with external stakeholders - what the author calls 'Corporate Diplomacy' - creates real and lasting business value. With colourful examples, practical tools and considered perspectives, the book hones in on a fundamental challenge for managers of multinational corporations.
The Challenge for Japanese Multinationals is about strategic issues of modern management from the view of global business practice.