Business-Government relations in a global economy: broadening the conceptual map
While most work on corporate political activity focuses on the domestic arena, globalization has raised the business salience of international policymaking such that firms increasingly engage in international political processes as well. Political dynamics in the two arenas follow different logics whose management implications have been largely overlooked. This paper integrates management theory and institutional analysis in political science to develop two contrasting models, and to delineate what kind of political resources and capabilities are necessary to project political influence in either arena.
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