Multinational Enterprise and Economic Analysis / Edition 3by Richard E. Caves
Pub. Date: 07/31/2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The third edition of this highly accessible book is designed for people who want to understand how multinational firms “work” and what their consequences for the economy and for political choices are. It is designed to be readily useful to students of economics and business administration and to scholars (teachers and researchers) with interests in multinational enterprises.
Table of Contents1. The multinational enterprise as an economic organization; 2. The MNE and models of international economic activity; 3. Organization and growth of the MNE; 4. Patterns of market competition; 5. Income distribution and labor relations; 6. Investment behavior and financial flows; 7. Technology and productivity; 8. Taxation, MNEs' behavior, and economic welfare; 9. Multinationals in developing countries and economies in transition; 10. Public policy.
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