By Professor John H Dunning, John H. Dunning
Putting the evolution of alliance capitalism within the context of the globalizing economic climate, John Dunning explores the implications of alliance capitalism for the industrial jurisdiction of organisations, markets and state states, its effect at the structural association of agencies and the household regulations of nationwide governments. different key concerns explored contain worldwide restructuring and alliance capitalism; exchange and integration; second look of international Direct funding; competitiveness and cooperation; and spatial dimensions of globalization. the amount additionally compares US and eastern overseas Direct funding in Europe and theorizes destiny advancements in worldwide enterprise.
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Alliance Capitalism and Global Business by Professor John H Dunning, John H. Dunning