International Business & Government Relations In The 21st Century
This book offers an outlook on relations between national governments and multinational companies and provides broad coverage on the key issues likely to determine that relationship in the new century. From the perspective of the company decision maker concerned with national regulation and incentive policies, to the host government policy maker in an emerging market, to the home government policy-maker in a Triad country, each dimension is considered and analyzed in light of the others. Additional stakeholders such as labor groups, shareholders, non-government organizations, local governments, and regional organizations are discussed and their impacts on the relationship are evaluated.
Non-fiction, Business / Law, Management, Humanities, Politics, International Relations
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