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Title The myth of the global corporation / Paul N. Doremus [and others]
Published Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1998
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 193 pages : illustrations)
Contents Chapter 1-National Firms in Global Commerce -The appearance of Convergence -- Innovation and the State -- Domestic Structures, Multinational Corporate Strategies -- Chapter 2 States and Firms: Conventional Images, Complex Realities -The Nature of MNCs -- Global-Local Politics -- The Policy Context -- Chapter 3 -- National Foundations of Multinational Corporate Activity -- Corporate Governance and Finance -- Comparitive Analysis of the United States, Germany and Japan -- Chapter 4- National Foundations of Multinational Corporate Activity -- Innovation Systems -- Investment Systems -- Structural Context and Multinational Corporate Behavior -- Chapter 5 -- The Strategic Behavior of MNCs -- Technology and Commerce -- Direct Investment and Intrafirm Trade -- Interaction of Corporate Investment, Trade, and Innovation -- Chapter 6 -- Corporate Diversity and Public Policy -- Globalization at Bay -The Politics of Deepening Economic Integration -Public Policy and Increasing Complexity
Summary A common perception of multinational corporations is that they are creating an overwhelmingly powerful market and are rendering national borders obsolete. Using data from the US, Japan and Europe, this book argues that such a view is incorrect
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-188) and index
Subject Competition, International
International business enterprises
Internationale ondernemingen.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / General
Competition, International.
Concurrence internationale.
Entreprises multinationales -- Organisation.
International business enterprises.
Form Electronic book
Author Doremus, Paul N., 1960-
LC no. 97018349
ISBN 0691223874