Entrepreneurship and Multinationals

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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'Harvard Business School Professor Geoffrey Jones has long been a student of the history of multinational enterprise. He has taken a leadership role in the field. This volume reflects the extraordinary breadth of his historical research, spanning con
 

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Contents

1 Business enterprises and the making of the modern world
1
2 Entrepreneurs firms and global wealth since 1850
13
a historical and firm perspective
57
4 US MNEs in British manufacturing before 1962
77
5 The Imperial Bank of Iran and Iranian economic development 18901952
111
6 MNEs economic development social change in Asia
122
Beiersdorf 191490
140
Unilever in India and Turkey 195080
165
9 The end of nationality? Global firms and borderless worlds
190
Postscript
208
Select bibliography
211
Index
215
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