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001    41482240 
003    OCoLC 
005    20000717143612.0 
008    990520s1999    ne a          000 0 eng   
010    99032546 
015    GBA0-29014 
020    008043584X (hc) 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dUKM|dOTC 
042    pcc 
049    OTCC 
050 00 HD2755.5|b.G547 1999 
082 00 658/.049|221 
245 04 The global challenge for multinational enterprises :
       |bmanaging increasing interdependence /|cedited by Peter 
       J. Buckley and Pervez N. Ghauri. 
264  1 Amsterdam ;|aNew York :|bPergamon,|c1999. 
300    xxxv, 525 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  International business and management series 
650  0 International business enterprises.|0
650  0 International business enterprises|xManagement.|0http:// 
650  0 International economic integration.|0
650  4 International business enterprises. 
650  4 International economic integration. 
650  4 International business enterprises|xManagement. 
700 1  Buckley, Peter J.,|d1949-|0
700 1  Ghauri, Pervez N.,|d1948-|0
830  0 International business and management series.|0http:// 
970 01 |tSeries Editor's Preface 
970 01 |tIntroduction and Statement of the Issues|cPeter J. 
       Buckley|fBuckley, Peter J., 1949-|cPervez N. Ghauri
       |fGhauri, Pervez N., 1948- 
970 11 |lPt. I|tThe Changed Relationship 
970 12 |l1|tForeign Investment and the Growth of the Firm|cEdith 
       T. Penrose|fPenrose, Edith Tilton.|p3 
970 12 |l2|tThe Multinational Corporation and the Law of Uneven 
       Development|cStephen Hymer|fHymer, Stephen|p21 
970 12 |l3|tSovereignty at Bay: Ten Years After|cRaymond Vernon
       |fVernon, Raymond|p48 
970 12 |l4|tRe-evaluating the Benefits of Foreign Direct 
       Investment|cJohn H. Dunning|fDunning, John H.|p62 
970 12 |l5|tDoes Third World Growth Hurt First World Prosperity?
       |cPaul Krugman|fKrugman, Paul|p88 
970 11 |lPt. II|tNorthern Multinationals in the South 
970 12 |l6|tThe Role of Direct Foreign Investment in Developing 
       East Asian Countries|cHal Hill|fHill, Hal|cBrian Johns
       |fJohns, Brian|p103 
970 12 |l7|tMultinational Enterprises in Less Developed Countries
       : Cultural and Economic Interactions|cPeter J. Buckley
       |fBuckley, Peter J., 1949-|cMark Casson|fCasson, Mark, 
970 12 |l8|tVietnam and China: Foreign Direct Investment 
       Parallels|cNick J. Freeman|fFreeman, Nick J.|p160 
970 12 |l9|tThe Restructuring of the Indian Automobile Industry: 
       Indian State and Japanese Capital|cAnthony P. D'Costa
       |fD'Costa, Anthony P.|p189 
970 11 |lPt. III|tSouthern Multinationals and Technology Transfer
       from the South 
970 12 |l10|tDirect Investment by Firms from Less Developed 
       Countries|cDon Lecraw|fLecraw, Don|p225 
970 12 |l11|tExports of Technology by India: Recent Evidence
       |cSanjaya Lall|fLall, Sanjaya|p242 
970 12 |l12|tThe Confucius Connection: From Cultural Roots to 
       Economic Growth|cGeert Hofstede|fHofstede, Geert|cMichael 
       Harris Bond|fBond, Michael Harris|p298 
970 12 |l13|tThe Strategy of Pacific Asian Multinationals|cPeter 
       J. Buckley|fBuckley, Peter J., 1949-|cHafiz Mirza|fMirza, 
970 11 |lPt. IV|tRelations Between Multinational Enterprises and 
       Host Nation Governments 
970 12 |l14|tGoing Beyond Clones in Brazil and Korea: A 
       Comparative Analysis of NIC Strategies in the Computer 
       Industry|cPeter B. Evans|fEvans, Peter B.|cPaulo Bastos 
       Tigre|fTigre, Paulo Bastos.|p341 
970 12 |l15|tTNCs in the Third World: Stability or Discontinuity?
       |cRaphael Kaplinsky|fKaplinsky, Raphael.|p370 
970 12 |l16|tThe Growing Interdependence Between Transnational 
       Corporations and Governments|cJohn M. Stopford|fStopford, 
       John M.|p382 
970 12 |l17|tThe Globalization Challenge: Surviving at the 
       Margins|cJames H. Mittelman|fMittelman, James H.|p404 
970 11 |lPt. V|tManaging in Emerging Countries: The Current 
970 12 |l18|tPrivatization: Trends and Prospects in Developing 
       Countries|cPaul Cook|fCook, Paul|cColin Kirkpatrick
       |fKirkpatrick, Colin|p427 
970 12 |l19|tManagement in China|cJohn Child|fChild, John, 1940-
970 12 |l20|tDeveloping Countries Versus Multinationals in a 
       Globalizing World: The Dangers of Falling Behind|cJohn H. 
       Dunning|fDunning, John H.|cRajneesh Narula|fNarula, 
       Rajneesh, 1963-|p467 
970 12 |l21|tThe Changing Relationship Between Emerging Markets 
       and Multinational Enterprises|cRhys Jenkins|fJenkins, Rhys
970 01 |tAuthor Index|p509 
970 01 |tSubject Index|p511 
971    |d20001002 

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