• Three Lens
    Studies (2006) 37, 733–746 & 2006 Academy of International Business All rights reserved 0047-2506 $30.00 www.jibs.net Three lenses on the multinational enterprise: politics, corruption, and corporate social responsibility Peter Rodriguez1, Donald S Siegel2, Amy Hillman3 and Lorraine Eden4 Darden Graduate...
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  • Global Business
    The MNE Definition: 1) An MNE has substantial direct investment in foreign countries, not just the trading relationships of an import-export business. 2) An MNE is engaged in the active management of these offshore assets rather than simply holding in a passive investment portfolio. Scope: The MNE is...
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  • Huawai
    LUND UNIVERSITY School of Economics and Management Department of Economics Internationalization of Chinese MNEs and Dunning’s Eclectic (OLI) Paradigm: A Case study of Huawei Technologies Corporation’s Internationalization Strategy Author: Beiguang Zhu Supervisor: Professor Sonja Opper Master...
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  • Ibm-1
    business and highlight its importance • Explain the historical developments of international business and its dimensions • Understand the role of MNEs as Central actors in international business • Appreciate the role of trade in services and the role of international trading houses and • Understand...
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  • Ressenlaer
    12180-3590, USA. Tel: +1518-276-6387; Fax: +1-518-276-2235; URL: http://www.rpi.edu/dept/economics/; E-Mail: sternd@rpi.edu Three Lenses on the Multinational Enterprise: Politics, Corruption, and Corporate Social Responsibility Peter Rodriguez University of Virginia Donald S. Siegel Rensselaer Polytechnic...
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  • Life Is Beautiful
    Strategy Journal Acknowledgements: we are pleased to acknowledge helpful comments from two referees, and from Professors Peter Buckley, Mark Casson, Michael-Joerg Oesterle, and Joachim Wolf. We also received helpful comments from participants at seminars at the University of Leeds, York University and the...
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  • Strategy and the Multinational Enterprise
    12 Strategy and the Multinational Enterprise Stephen B. Tallman George S. Yip Abstract: Introduction – Analytical Frameworks – The Goals of Multinational Strategies – External Analysis – Internal Analysis—Resources and Capabilities – Strategic Options for Multinational Enterprise – Conclusions and Issues...
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  • Haier Globalization Case Study
    version: 16 January 2006 This version: 16 January 2006 ACCELERATED INTERNATIONALIZATION BY EMERGING MULTINATIONALS: THE CASE OF WHITE GOODS ACCELERATED INTERNATIONALIZATION BY EMERGING MULTINATIONALS: THE CASE OF WHITE GOODS Andrea Goldstein OECD Development Centre 2, rue André Pascal 75775...
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  • Regions, Globalization, and the Knowledge-Based Economy
    separately identified and extensively analysed in the literature, may be considered as opposite sides of the same spatial coin. In this book, they are viewed from the lenses of several scholarly disciplines, each of which is advancing understanding of one of the most significant trends of our day and age. The...
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  • Internalisation
    & 2009 Academy of International Business All rights reserved 0047-2506 www.jibs.net PERSPECTIVE The internalisation theory of the multinational enterprise: A review of the progress of a research agenda after 30 years Peter J Buckley1 and Mark C Casson2 1 Centre for International Business, Leeds...
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  • Internationalization Theory and Its Impact on the Field of International Business
    Rugman and Alain Verbeke Abstract Internalization theory explains the existence and functioning of the multinational enterprise. It contributes to understanding the boundaries of the MNE, its interface with the external environment and its internal organizational design. Much work in the international...
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  • External Environment
    Netherlands A R T I C L E I N F O A B S T R A C T Keywords: Consumers Corporate social responsibility Developing countries Emerging markets International business Multinational enterprises Stakeholders Sustainable development Sustainability While attention to the social and environmental impacts...
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  • Research
    Council of Canada Grant (# XXXX), and by the Asian Management Institute at the University of Western Ontario. This manuscript benefited from comments received from seminar participants at the Richard Ivey School of Business, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and the Fisher College...
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  • The Eclectic Paradigm
    International Business Review 9 (2000) 163–190 www.elsevier.com/locate/ibusrev The eclectic paradigm as an envelope for economic and business theories of MNE activity John H. Dunning Reading University, UK and Rutgers University, USA Abstract This paper updates some of the author’s thinking on the eclectic...
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  • PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBALIZATION
    chapter 2 PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBALIZATION chapter outline ™ Introduction ™ What is globalization? Globalization of markets Globalization of production ™ Methods of internationalizing operations Outsourcing Foreign direct investment (FDI) ™ Th eories of international business expansion Early...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment and Governments Catalyst for Economic Restructuring
    concluded Uruguay round of GATT underscores the changing structure of the world economy and the growing significance of multinational enterprises to economic growth. This book examines the dynamic relationship between foreign direct investment, governments and economic development, and demonstrates the...
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  • China - a General Analysis
    Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) 6 1.3 Motives and Entry Mode 8 1.4 Outward FDI 11 2. China As An Environment For International Business 13 2.1 Market Access 14 2.2 Growing Competition 16 2.3 Institutional Environment 18 2.4 Forms of Business 20 3 Implications For International Business Analysis...
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  • dasda
    internationalization of technological activity, and the emerging economies: implications for global marketing P.M. Rao * College of Management, Long Island University/C.W. Post Campus, Brookville, NY 11548, USA Abstract The paper examines the impact of the information and communications technology...
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  • Schuler
    1984; Punnett and Ricks 1992; Cascio and Bailey 1995; Poole 1999; Harris and Brewster 1999). The purpose of IHRM is to enable the firm, the multinational enterprise (MNE), to be successful globally. This entails being: (a) competitive throughout the world; (b) efficient; (c) locally responsive; (d) flexible...
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  • Market and Environment Analysis of Pakistan and Its Impact on International Businesses or Mne’s Operating in the Market of Pakistan in Current Economic and Political Climate
    Title: Market and environment analysis of Pakistan and its impact on international businesses or MNE’s operating in the market of Pakistan in current economic and political climate. Abstract: This research paper enlightens the external environment which affects current Pakistan’s economy and MNEs. The...
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