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This volume investigates the specific role of transnational corporations in the process of globalisation and economic development. While it draws on a long history of academic research, it also shows new ways forward. It makes headway both in conceptual as well as empirical terms. Topics covered include locational clustering, research and development partnering, productivity spillovers, privatisation, disinvestment, terrorism, and the role of and impact on transnational corporations. A future research agenda is also put forward.
LUDO CUYVERS is Professor in International Economics at the University of Antwerp. He is Chairman of the Department of International Economics, International Management and Diplomacy at the Faculty of Applied Economics and Director of the Centre on ASEAN Studies at the University of Antwerp, and President of the European Institute for Asian Studies. His research interests are in the field of development strategies of Southeast and East Asian countries and on international trade policy issues. FILIP DE BEULE is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Development Policy and Management at
Release date NZ
September 27th, 2005
Edited by Filip De Beule
Edited by L. Cuyvers
Country of Publication
XVII, 239 p.
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