The United Nations Library on Transnational Corporations: International Business and the Development of the World Economy

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Overview

This 20 volume set brings together the most important research literature on all major economic, organizational, management, business and legal aspects of transnational corporations. Set E, available on its own or as part of the complete set, covers transnational

corporations and: Innovatory Activities, Technology Transfer to Developing Countries, National Law, and International Legal Framework.

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Meet the Author

John Dunning is Professor of Economics at the University of Reading and Professor at Rutgers University.

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Table of Contents

Volume 17: Transnational Corporations and Innovatory Activities Edited by John Cantwell

Part One - Theory and analytical foundations

Part Two - The internationalization of technological activity

Part Three - New organizational forms:

innovation through inter-firm cooperation, by Third World transnational corporations, and the organizational development of Japanese transnational corporations

Part Four - The ownership and location of innovative capacity, the internationalization of economic activity, and policies

for national competitiveness

Volume 18: Transnational Corporations and Technology Transfer to Developing Countries Edited by Edward Chen

Part One - The role of transnational corporations in technology transfer

Part Two - Forms, costs and conditions

of technology transfer

Part Three - Impacts on host and home countries

Volume 19: Transnational Corporations and National Law Edited by Seymour J Rubin and Don Wallace, Jr

Part One - The corporation - basic law and nationality

Part Two - National

regulations and solutions to particular problems

Volume 20: Transnational Corporations: The International Legal Framework Edited by A.A. Fatouros

Part One - Towards an international legal framework

Part Two - Principal lawmaking methods and instruments

Part Three - Major disruptions of the operations of transnational corporations

Part Four - The establishment and operations of transnational corporations _

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