Multinational Corporations and Local Firms in Emerging Economies
Multinational Corporations and Local Firms in Emerging Economies aims at contributing to the emerging literature on multinational corporation (mnc)- local firm interfaces by providing a number of country studies from emerging economies of the spillover and linkage effects of multinational corporations on local firms. Moreover, the book takes the issue to the policy level by sharing and evaluating policy experiences from a number of countries on efforts to promote closer interaction between mncs and local firms. The country studies are placed within a framework for analyzing mnc-local firm interfaces that integrates insights from the spillover and linkage literature. The book's primary market is postgraduate students and researchers in economics, business studies, international relations, political science, development studies and area studies. However, because the book has a policy orientation, development practitioners and policy makers may also find insights and analyses that may inspire efforts to enhance spillover effects of multinational corporations in emerging economies. This title is available in the OAPEN Library - http://www.oapen.org.
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