4 edition of Multinationals and the European Community (Journal of Common Market Studies) found in the catalog.
Multinationals and the European Community (Journal of Common Market Studies)
by Blackwell Pub
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter Robson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
North-South Direct Investment in the European Communities The Employment Impact of Direct Investment by British, French and German Multinationals in Greece, Portugal and Spain. Authors: Buckley, Peter J., Artisien, Patri ck F. R. Free Preview. Delivery Option Delivery Time Cost Additional Item; Standard Delivery: 3 - 5 Working Days: £ £ First Class Delivery: 1 - 3 Working Days: £ £
`The book is an interesting empirical account of MNC′s managerial practice in India and offers illuminating contrasts with parent company practice in Europe.′ - The Times Review of Books `This book will remain an asset to any scholar of industrial relations particularly in the Author: Jairus Banaji. multinational is a strategy open to many types of firms. Our book addresses concerns about multinationals and brings clarity to the debate. It provides a thorough assessment of what multinationals are, why and where they arise and their impact on home and host economies. We conclude that although none of these concerns have straightforward answers.
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Examines the operation of multinationals in the European Community. The contributors focus on the effects of a Europe-wide market on corporate strategies and their impact on. This book examines the role of the multinational firms in processes of European integration.
It is primarily concerned with the implications of market integration and industrial restructuring for peripheral European by: The emergence of an integrated European market will provide new opportunities and new challenges to firms operating in the international arena.
This volume addresses some timely issues concerning the "new" European market, with a focus on the multinational corporation and foreign direct by: The emergence of an integrated European market will provide new opportunities and new challenges to firms operating in the international arena.
This volume addresses some timely issues concerning the "new" European market, with a focus on the multinational corporation and foreign direct investment.
After a decade of Eurosclerosis the EC is moving with renewed economic growth and increasing multinational investment toward a single European market under the heading "Project ". The creation of a single EC market creates dynamic adjustment needs and opens up new opportunities for international business in a period of intensified global.
Multinationals, the European Community and Belgium: Recent Developments. LEO SLEUWAEGEN. Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven *The author gratefully acknowledges the comments on an earlier draft of the paper by the editor of this Journal and an anonymous referee.
He warmly thanks Reinhilde Veugelers and Peter Vanden Houte for all the help they. Typically, a multinational corporation develops new products in its native country and manufactures them abroad, often in Third World nations, thus gaining trade advantages and economies of labor and materials.
Almost all the largest multinational firms are American, Japanese, or West European. Sorcerers' apprentices have been known to take on lives of their own. While the United States was the primary source of the rapid growth of multinational corporations in the postwar period, there is a current trend toward the development of European- and Japanese-based multinationals.
First published in From the earliest beginnings of the European Economic Community, it was recognised that a common market for agriculture would be one of the basic prerequisites for workable economic unity. And yet the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) remained a subject of much controversy and debate.
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Only valid for books with an ebook version. Springer Reference Works are not included. A study of the European Community and the UK's present and future role in it. The author concentrates on ideas, trends and developments rather than upon creating a factual reference book on the subjec.
This timely book focuses on the challenges and problems facing multinational enterprises in Europe in the s. It is largely empirical and policy-orientated with conclusions which are relevant to European business, national governments and the European Community.
In June the EU Council of Ministers (excluding the UK) took up a common position concerning European Works Councils. The establishment of such Councils would grant certain information and consultation rights to the workers of multinational companies.
The following paper looks at the importance of MNCs in the EU and tries to assess the extent to which European Works Councils could cope with the.
Multinational Corporations The multinational corporation is a business organ-ization whose activities are located in more than two in many European countries as well as in the United States. Along with the growth of equity markets, the ﬁnancial resources to invest overseas became more.
My third observation is of a “dog‐not‐barking” kind. Raymond Vernon, a pioneer in the study of multinational enterprises going back to the s, published a book in entitled In the Hurricane's Eye: The Troubled Prospects of Multinational Enterprises.
His decision to write the book. Get this from a library. U.S. multinationals and worker participation in management: the American experience in the European community. [Ton DeVos]. This book refocuses thinking on how multinational enterprises (MNEs) can achieve a sustained contribution to European transition economies as these countries move from the processes of transformation into pursuit of more sustained development.
The authors apply key aspects of recent work on the strategic aims and nature of the contemporary MNE. This book examines the historical growth of Continental European multinationals over the previous years.
It includes new research on the evolution of multinational firms in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden and oter countries, and the book includes much new information previously unavailable in English.
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Multinationals in North America. [Lorraine Eden; Canada. comparing the NAFTA and the European Community / John H. Dunning --Intra-firm trade in North America and the European Community / Dennis J. Encarnation --Foreign direct investment in Mexico / Kurt Unger --Foreign direct investment in Canada / Jorge Book\/a>, schema.
Multinational corporation in Europe Multinational corporationin the International Transfer of Data For the purposes of international transfer of data, a multinational corporation is a closely-knit, highly hierarchically structured multinational company.24 The Impact of Multinational Corporations.
What are the advantages of multinational corporations? Corporations that move resources, goods, services, and skills across national boundaries without regard to the country in which their headquarters are located are multinational are so rich and have so many employees that they resemble small countries.Drawing on original research, Multinationals, Local Capacity Building and Development presents an extensive analysis of MNEs in Africa, taking Ghana as a case study, and broaching subject matter previously unaddressed in the field.