Journals Higher Education

$55.00

Paperback

29 May 2003

336 Pages | 5 line illus

ISBN: 9780199259298


Bookseller Code (06)

The Multinational Firm

Organizing Across Institutional and National Divides

Edited by Glenn Morgan, Peer Hull Kristensen, and Richard Whitley

A rare insight into the actual problems of managing multinationals. Multinational firms are a ubiquitous feature of modern economies. Yet how much do we really know of how they work? In this book, internationally-distinguished scholars show that multinational firms and the international systems which seek to regulate them are both political and precarious. This book reveals the complexity of managing multinationals and pulls the veil back from the myth of the multinational firm as a unified, economically-rational firm.

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