4 edition of Legal control of the multinational enterprise found in the catalog.
by Martinus Nijhoff, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston in The Hague, Boston, Hingham, MA
Written in English
|Statement||Cynthia Day Wallace.|
|LC Classifications||K1322 .W34 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 387 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||387|
|LC Control Number||82003598|
On the international level, the efforts to put the multinational enterprise in a political context have been significantly advanced in recent years by, among others, Cohen, Benjamin, The Question 0} Imperialism: The Political Economy of Dominance and Dependence (New York: Basic Books, ); Gilpin, Robert, US. Disadvantages are loss of control of technology, and potential conflicts between the two different parties. Finally, a firm can become a multinational enterprise by setting up wholly owned subsidiaries in foreign markets. A multinational enterprise can do this in two different ways.
This book provides a detailed look at the birth, growth and expansion of African Multinational Enterprises (AMNEs). Specifically, it explores the historical, ideological, political and macroeconomics forces that shaped modern day Africa and the role they play in fostering the emergence and growth of . This article discusses the vast literature focusing on the historical evolution of multinational businesses. A broad consensus prevails among most students of the history of multinational enterprise that the modern multinational dates from the mid or late nineteenth century — that it is in fact a post-industrial revolution phenomenon. Only with steamships, railroads, and cables was it.
The company started as an online store for books to rapidly expand to sell everything such us beauty items, auto parts, apparel, electronics and groceries. Amazon has started as an online book retailer and later on has grown to sell products such as VHS, DVD, . A second important economic aspect of the multinational firm is that the process of foreign expansion is often, though not always, driven by product life-cycle dynamics. 1 For a summary of the basic economic model of the multinational firm, see Richard E. Caves, Multinational Enterprise and Economic Analysis. New York: Cambridge.
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This long-awaited new book from Cynthia Day Wallace picks up the thread of her best-selling "Legal Control of the Multinational Enterprise: National Regulatory Techniques and the Prospects for International Controls," In the present work she applies herself to legal and pragmatic aspects of control surrounding MNE operations.
The primary focus is on legal and administrative techniques and 5/5(1). This long-awaited new book from Cynthia Day Wallace picks up the thread of her best-selling Legal Control of the Multinational Enterprise: National Regulatory Techniques and the Prospects for International the present work she applies herself to legal and pragmatic aspects of control surrounding MNE operations.
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A Sworn Statement from the legal representative of the applicant company, in which it expresses the desire to establish in the Republic of Panama the company that represents as Headquarters of a Multinational Company, the Business Group to which it belongs, the specific services it will provide in quality of the Multinational Company.
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Critical perspective on how bilateral investment and trade agreements favor multinational corporations. By the Nobel Prize–winning economist and former chief economist of the World Bank.
Vagts, Detlev F. “The Multinational Enterprise: A New Challenge for International Law.” Harvard Law Review 83 (–): – Enterprise ’ which states that a MNE is an enterprise which owns and control reflects the legal tender and purchasing networked perspective of the multinational enterprise.
This article provides a critical survey of some of the theories that have sought to explain why multinational enterprises (MNEs) exist, with special emphasis on the transaction costs/internalization approach.
While scholars have quibbled over the definition of an MNE (and whether it ought to manufacture in at least two countries to qualify for that title), this article defines it as a. A Multinational Corporation is an enterprise that delivers services or production in more than one country.
There are two models of Multinational Corporation. The first model of a multinational corporation is the one with an established headquarter that is based in one nation while some other facilities are based in locations in other countries.
Multinational Enterprises and the Law. Second Edition. Peter T. Muchlinski Oxford International Law Library. Vastly updated new edition, including new material on corporate organization, the European Company Statute, Japanese company law reforms, developments in the EU OECD and the WTO, labor relations, non-discrimination, and fair and equitable treatment.
The term “multinational enterprise” refers to businesses which locate different components of their operations in more than one country. “Multinational” carries a different connotation than “international,” which can include businesses that export or license their products to foreign markets while locating all operations in a single country.
Multinational corporations may be subject to the laws and regulations of both their domicile and the additional jurisdictions where they are engaged in business.
In some cases, the jurisdiction can help to avoid burdensome laws, but regulatory statutes often target the "enterprise" with statutory language around "control". Cultural Differences One of the important contextual variables that influence management control within a multinational enterprise is cultural differences across countries.
By definitions, a multinational organization operates in multiple countries and therefore has to contend with cultural differences as head office coordinates and controls.
Books Suitable for Further Reading: (a) Legal Books: Another legal text in the area is C. Wallace The Legal Control of Mul tinational Enterprises (2 nd ed.
The study of multinational enterprises that invest and control business activities in multiple countries is a cornerstone of international business scholarship. This major work is the first of its kind to collate, in three carefully structured volumes, the key writing of leading researchers of multinational enterprise .Legal Control of the Multinational Enterprise National Regulatory Techniques and the Prospects for International Controls by CYNTHIA D.
WALLACE International Law Institute, Washington DC, USAxxii, pp., cloth Dfl. (approx. US$ ) ISBN The aim of the present work is to determine the desirability of international controls over the activities of multinational.Get this from a library! Legal control of the multinational enterprise: national regulatory techniques and the prospects for international controls.
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