|Jeffrey A Krug||Loyola University, New Orleans|
|John D Daniels||University of Miami|
|© 2008||1088 pages||SAGE Publications Ltd|
"The quality of the included articles and intelligence of the editorial
framework assure that we have a comprehensive handbook of theories on
MNEs. It achieves the impossible - both tremendous breath and depth in
covering theories applied in International Business. The book is a must
for all students of globalization and firms cross border activities."
Professor Torben Pedersen, Center for Strategic Management and Globalization,
Copenhagen Business School
'MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISE THEORY by Krug and Daniels is the definitive collection of readings on the theory of the multinational enterprise. Key topic areas -- defining the MNE, multinationals versus domestic firms, reactive and proactive motives for FDI, going international, modes of entry, new MNE forms, organizational structures, knowledge flows, decision making and forms of operation –are all covered here. Bringing together classic articles and more recent work from a wide range of journals and books, the editors have assembled a wonderful smorgasbord for doctoral students, faculty members and others interested in the history and current status of the field of international business studies. Enjoy!
Professor Lorraine Eden, A&M University in College Station, Texas
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