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Multinationals and industrial competitiveness: a new agenda

Author: Dunning, John H. ; Narula, Rajneesh Series: New horizons in international business Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 287 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1843766868Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Multinationals and Industrial Competitiveness A New Agenda Contents List of figures List of tables Acknowledgments 1 The multinational enterprise, industrial development and policy: an introduction to the primary themes of this volume PART I MNES AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: ISSUES CONFRONTING DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 2 Developing countries versus multinationals in a globalizing world: the dangers of falling behind 3 Industrial development, globalization and multinational enterprises: new realities for developing countries 4 Incorporating trade into the investment development path 5 Multinational firms, regional integration and globalizing markets PART II RandD, ALLIANCES AND DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 6 Explaining international RandD alliances and the role of governments 7 Explaining strategic RandD alliances of European firms 8 RandD collaboration by 'stand-alone' SMEs: opportunities and limitations in the ICT sector PART III FDI AND COMPETITIVENESS 9 Relational assets: the new competitive advantages of MNEs and countries 10 Regaining competitiveness for Asian enterprises 11 The role of foreign direct investment in upgrading China's competitiveness Index vi vii ix 1 13 38 71 98 129 153 175 201 242 260 273

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