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Impacto de las TIC en la forma de hacer negocios internacionales.Una revisión del paradigma ecléctico

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En este artículo se presenta la pregunta abierta acerca de una actualización del paradigma ecléctico, con motivo de las nuevas formas en que se puede invertir en otro país, que han emergido con fuerza desde la última década del siglo XX. A través de una revisión teórica de todas las teorías habidas hasta la fecha, el desarrollo del modelo OLI de J.H. Dunning y su contraposición con la realidad que nos envuelve, se plantea la inadecuación de este modelo desarrollado hace varias décadas para explicar la realidad de la empresas multinacionales desde finales del siglo XX.

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  • David De Matías Batalla, 2015. "Impacto de las TIC en la forma de hacer negocios internacionales.Una revisión del paradigma ecléctico," Working Papers 01/15, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
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