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Foundations of corporate empire: is history repeating itself?

Author: Moore, Karl ; Lewis, DavidPublisher: Financial Times, 2000. ; Prentice Hall, 2000.Language: EnglishDescription: 319 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0273639641Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Foundations of Corporate Empire Is history repeating itself? Contents Foreword by Richard Pascale Acknowledgements Timeline for Foundations of Corporate Empire Maps ix xi xi xviii 1 Introduction: la Longue Durée Key Management Lesson: The resource-based view of the firm or history matters 1 12 2 International business and the Eclectic Paradigm 4 3 Cradles of civilization ... and capitalism The international economy of the Bronze Age: 3500-1600 BCE 11 4 Cradle of multinational enterprise Assyria and Babylonia: 2000-1000 BCE Key Management Lesson: A deeper understanding of social capital 27 37 5 The multinational becomes intercontinental Ugarit and Tyre: 1400-600 BCE Key Management Lesson: Ancient sources, modern insights: 4000 years of Knowledge Management 38 40 6 Birth of free enterprise The Aegean market revolution: 1000-336 BCE Key Management Lesson: Lessons of the Greeks 55 58 Contents 7 Overture to world economy India, China and the heirs of Athens and Tyre: 331-146 BCE 74 8 Rendering unto Caesar Roman multinationals in a world economy: 146 BCE-476CE 96 9 Dark Age capitalism Faith meets economics in the age of Muhammad and Charlemagne: 500-1000 120 10 Merchants of Venice, Inc. Europe's road to the multinational: 1000-1450 142 11 China's chance The enduring decree of heaven 164 12 A global economy The age of the chartered trading company: 1450-1800 184 202 13 The Second Global Economy The 'Hellenic' free-trade world of the Pax Britannica: 1800-1931 14 The Second Global Economy America's 'Legionary Capitalism': 1800-1970 225 15 World-class rivals The paternalistic capitalisms of Germany and Japan 242 16 The Third Global Economy 264 Multinationals, microchips and the Information Age:1970-2000 17 Should the world become American? Suggestions for further reading Index 287 302 313

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