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Title The global challenge for multinational enterprises : managing increasing interdependence / edited by Peter J. Buckley and Pervez N. Ghauri.
Imprint Amsterdam ; New York : Pergamon, 1999.

Series International business and management series
International business and management series.
Subject International business enterprises.
International business enterprises -- Management.
International economic integration.
Alt Name Buckley, Peter J., 1949-
Ghauri, Pervez N., 1948-
Description xxxv, 525 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
ISBN 008043584X (hc)
OCLC # 41482240
Table of Contents
 Series Editor's Preface 
 Introduction and Statement of the Issues / Peter J. Buckley, Pervez N. Ghauri 
Pt. IThe Changed Relationship 
 1Foreign Investment and the Growth of the Firm / Edith T. Penrose3
 2The Multinational Corporation and the Law of Uneven Development / Stephen Hymer21
 3Sovereignty at Bay: Ten Years After / Raymond Vernon48
 4Re-evaluating the Benefits of Foreign Direct Investment / John H. Dunning62
 5Does Third World Growth Hurt First World Prosperity? / Paul Krugman88
Pt. IINorthern Multinationals in the South 
 6The Role of Direct Foreign Investment in Developing East Asian Countries / Hal Hill, Brian Johns103
 7Multinational Enterprises in Less Developed Countries: Cultural and Economic Interactions / Peter J. Buckley, Mark Casson135
 8Vietnam and China: Foreign Direct Investment Parallels / Nick J. Freeman160
 9The Restructuring of the Indian Automobile Industry: Indian State and Japanese Capital / Anthony P. D'Costa189
Pt. IIISouthern Multinationals and Technology Transfer from the South 
 10Direct Investment by Firms from Less Developed Countries / Don Lecraw225
 11Exports of Technology by India: Recent Evidence / Sanjaya Lall242
 12The Confucius Connection: From Cultural Roots to Economic Growth / Geert Hofstede, Michael Harris Bond298
 13The Strategy of Pacific Asian Multinationals / Peter J. Buckley, Hafiz Mirza318
Pt. IVRelations Between Multinational Enterprises and Host Nation Governments 
 14Going Beyond Clones in Brazil and Korea: A Comparative Analysis of NIC Strategies in the Computer Industry / Peter B. Evans, Paulo Bastos Tigre341
 15TNCs in the Third World: Stability or Discontinuity? / Raphael Kaplinsky370
 16The Growing Interdependence Between Transnational Corporations and Governments / John M. Stopford382
 17The Globalization Challenge: Surviving at the Margins / James H. Mittelman404
Pt. VManaging in Emerging Countries: The Current Picture 
 18Privatization: Trends and Prospects in Developing Countries / Paul Cook, Colin Kirkpatrick427
 19Management in China / John Child444
 20Developing Countries Versus Multinationals in a Globalizing World: The Dangers of Falling Behind / John H. Dunning, Rajneesh Narula467
 21The Changing Relationship Between Emerging Markets and Multinational Enterprises / Rhys Jenkins489
 Author Index509
 Subject Index511

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