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Title The myth of the global corporation / Paul N. Doremus ... [and others]
Published Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [1998]
©1998

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Description xiii, 193 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Ch. 1. National Firms in Global Commerce -- Ch. 2. States and Firms: Conventional Images, Complex Realities -- Ch. 3. National Foundations of Multinational Corporate Activity (I) -- Ch. 4. National Foundations of Multinational Corporate Activity (II) -- Ch. 5. The Strategic Behavior of MNCs -- Ch. 6. Corporate Diversity and Public Policy
Summary Critics and defenders of multinational corporations often agree on at least one thing: that the activities of multinationals are creating an overwhelmingly powerful global market that is quickly rendering national borders obsolete. The authors of this book, however, argue that such expectations commonly rest on a myth. They examine key activities of multinational corporations in the United States, Japan, and Europe and explore the relationship between corporate behavior and national institutions and cultures. They demonstrate that the world's leading multinationals continue to be shaped decisively by the policies and values of their home countries, and that their core operations are not converging to create a seamless global market
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [183]-188) and index
Subject Competition, International.
International business enterprises.
Author Doremus, Paul N., 1960-
LC no. 97018349
ISBN 0691036365 (alk. paper)