The Selected essays of John H. DunningAuthor: Dunning, John H. Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2002.Language: EnglishType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Vol.1, "Theories and paradigms of international business activity", ISBN: 1840647000, 521 p. ; Vol.2, "Global capitalism, FDI and competitiveness", ISBN: 1840647426, 458 p.
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Vol.1, "Theories and paradigms of international business activity", ISBN: 1840647000, 521 p. ; Vol.2, "Global capitalism, FDI and competitiveness", ISBN: 1840647426, 458 p.
Theories and Paradigms of International Business Activity The Selected Essays of John H. Dunning Volume I Contents Acknowledgements Introduction vii ix 1 1 The determinants of international production 2 Trade, location of economic activity and the multinational enterprise: a search for an eclectic approach 3 Trade, location of economic activity and the multinational enterprise: some empirical tests 4 Explaining the international direct investment position of countries: towards a dynamic or developmental approach 5 The investment development path revisited 6 The changing dynamics of international production: an economic and strategic approach 7 The eclectic paradigm of international production: a restatement and some possible extensions 8 Some historical antecedents to the eclectic paradigm 9 Towards an interdisciplinary explanation of international production 10 Reappraising the eclectic paradigm in an age of alliance capitalism 11 What's wrong -- and right -- with trade theory? 12 Towards a general paradigm of foreign direct and foreign portfolio investment 13 Globalization and the theory of MNE activity 52 77 103 138 173 199 234 259 282 312 339 381 vi Theories and paradigms of international business activity 14 The eclectic paradigm as an envelope for economic and business theories of MNE activity 15 The challenge of electronic markets for international business theory 16 Relational assets, networks and international business activity Subject index Name index 408 441 476 503 515 Global Capitalism, FDI and Competitiveness The Selected Essays of John H. Dunning Volume II Contents Acknowledgements Introduction 1 International business in a changing world environment 2 Whither global capitalism? 3 Some paradoxes of the emerging global economy: the multinational solution 4 Globalization, economic restructuring and development 5 Regions, globalization and the knowledge-based economy: the issues stated 6 Location and the multinational enterprise: a neglected factor? 7 Globalization, technological change and the spatial organization of economic activity 8 Evaluating the costs and benefits of multinational enterprises to host countries: a `tool-kit' approach 9 Re-evaluating the benefits of foreign direct investment 10 The European Internal Market Program and inbound foreign direct investment 11 The competitive advantages of countries and MNE activity 12 The geographical sources of the competitiveness of firms 13 Multinational enterprises, industrial restructuring and competitiveness: a UK perspective 14 Governments and the macro-organization of economic activity: a historical and spatial perspective 15 Globalization: the challenge for national economic regimes Index vi ix 1 23 60 76 111 146 170 196 223 249 289 315 340 373 416 441
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