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Book Review: John H. Dunning Multinational Enterprises and the Global Economy


  • Gilroy, Bernard Michael


To quote from page xiii: "This volume is intended to accomplish two main objectives. First, it aims to present a fairly detailed, but broadly based, survey of the history and present day role of multinational enterprises (MNEs) in the global economy. Second, the monograph seeks to couch its descriptive and analytical contents within a uniform and consistent conceptual framework." In terms of these goals the book is quite successful.

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  • Gilroy, Bernard Michael, 1993. "Book Review: John H. Dunning Multinational Enterprises and the Global Economy," MPRA Paper 18660, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:18660

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    Book review; John H. Dunning; multinational enterprise; global economy;

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