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Canadian-United States Corporate Interface and Transnational Relations

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  • Litvak, Isaiah A.
  • Maule, Christopher J.

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Transnational relations involving parent companies of United States multinational enterprises with subsidiaries in Canada have begun to interest not only the social scientist but also the politician and businessman. What is the effect of such transnational relations on the economic resources and performance of each country? What political means are used to influence corporate behaviour? What is the effect of the constitutional system on such transnational relations? What are the ways in which the countries reacted to resolve certain related interstate conflicts?

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  • Litvak, Isaiah A. & Maule, Christopher J., 1974. "Canadian-United States Corporate Interface and Transnational Relations," International Organization, Cambridge University Press, vol. 28(4), pages 711-731, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:cup:intorg:v:28:y:1974:i:04:p:711-731_00
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