Extending the eclectic paradigm in international business : essays in honor of John Dunning
1. Dunning's Rutgers years -- 2. A variant of the eclectic paradigm linking direct and portfolio investment -- 3. Why multinationality matters : exploring the 'L' in the OLI paradigm -- 4. The eclectic theory in Latin America -- 5. A theory of systemic adjustment and economic growth :...
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|Summary:||1. Dunning's Rutgers years -- 2. A variant of the eclectic paradigm linking direct and portfolio investment -- 3. Why multinationality matters : exploring the 'L' in the OLI paradigm -- 4. The eclectic theory in Latin America -- 5. A theory of systemic adjustment and economic growth : the case of Finland -- 6. Is trade or FDI the more important contributor to globalization? -- 7. Institutions, exclusivity and foreign investment -- 8. Financial versus industrial firms in industrial and regional restructuring -- 9. The multiple dimensions of international involvement : an empirical test -- 10. towards a theory of Hegemon-led macro-clustering -- 11. Understanding the entry strategies of international franchisers with Dunning's envelope OLI paradigm -- 12. Asynchronous political and economic development and the Asian financial crisis : a preliminary analysis -- 13. Multinational theorizing : some methodological comments about John Dunning's eclectic approach. -- 14. Location determinants of foreign MNCs investing at the sub-national level : the role of state government -- 15. The OLI paradigm - an effective framework for assessing global strategic leadership -- 16. The eclectic paradigm and the evolution of the United States public utility industries, 1875-2000|
John Dunning is undoubtedly the world's leading scholar on the subject of multinational corporations and international business. This collection of original essays is designed to honor this work, particularly his achievements during his association with Rutgers University
|Physical Description:||xii, 271 p ill|