A Critical Examination of Firestone’S Operations in Liberia: A Case Study Approach

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AuthorHouse, Nov 10, 2010 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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This book is about a case study of Firestone Natural Rubber Company in Liberia. In this book issues of bureaucratic corruption, ethics and social alienation are directly confronted from a case study approach. Positivist and post-positivist approaches in the framework of a mixed methodology are adopted. This approach is justified in an attempt to generate comprehensive understanding of the research problem and its likely solutions.

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Dr. Tarnue Johnson was born in Liberia, West Africa. After undergraduate training in agricultural economics at the Moscow Agricultural Academy, he attended Birbeck College, University of London. He later obtained an MA degree in political economy from Middlesex University in London. Dr. Johnson completed a postgraduate certificate (PGCE) in adult education at the Institute of Education, University of London. He spent a year doing postgraduate studies in educational research, policy and planning at the University of Manchester in Manchester, Great Britain.

He later took up residence in the United States, where he has completed a doctorate in business administration (DBA) at Argosy University, Chicago. The author has also taught at several colleges and universities in the Chicago area and online. His research interests include adult learning and social change, corporate social responsibility, the political economy of economic development and organizational development and leadership.

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