This 2005 book paints a compelling picture of the way multinational corporations affect our lives.This 2005 book paints a compelling picture of the way multinational corporations affect our lives.Read Less
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Very Good. 0521549930 Cambridge University Press trade paperback, 2006, clean/tight, No marks or spine creasing, surface wear only (Very Good); bubble-wrapped and mailed in a BOX with free delivery confirmation.
New. This item is printed on demand. Representing a path-breaking effort to look at multinational corporations in the round, this book emphasizes their scope, history and development, cultural and social implications, and governance problems. Starting with a.
New. Leviathans is a ground-breaking exploration of multinational corporations and differs from other books on the subject by offering the reader a totally global perspective of multinationals without portraying them simply as economic entities. Written by experts on various aspects of the history, development, cultural and social implications of the multinational corporation, the book paints a compelling and coherent picture of the way these businesses affect almost all areas of our existence. As we might expect, the multinational company is shown to play a major role in the globalization that is reshaping so much of our lives. Contents "Introduction Alfred Chandler and Bruce Mazlish Part I. The Scope of the Multinational Phenomenon: 1. A primer on multinational corporations Brian Roach 2. Multinational enterprise to 1930: discontinuities and continuities Mira Wilkins 3. Multinationals from the 1930s to the 1980s Geoffrey Jones 4. Innovative multinational forms: Japan as a case study Sei Yonekura and Sara McKinney Part II. Cultural and Social Implications of Multinationals: 5. The social impacts of multinational corporations: an outline of the issues, with a focus on workers Neva R. Goodwin 6. A global elite? Bruce Mazlish and Elliott Morss Part III. The Governance of Multinationals: 7. Governing the multinational enterprise: emergence of the global shareowner Robert A. G. Monks 8. The financial revolutions of the twentieth century Zhu Jia-Ming and Elliott R. Morss 9. Multinational corporations, the protest movement, and the future of global governance Stephen J. Kobrin Conclusion Bruce Mazlish." Printed Pages: 264. 15 X 23 cm.
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