|Oxford University Press UK
John H. Dunning
|1st June 2000
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'Interesting and stimulating... a highly readable set of essays on globalisation and knowledge-based economy. The book will undoubtedly be of great interest to business practitioners, policy makers and academics.' -Business History
'A useful collection of essays that will end up on many library shelves.' -Ray Hudson, University of Durham
'An excellent and informative book that explains some of the key dynamics and characteristics of the new global economy.' -Aslib Book GuideA rich and informative book which considers the key dynamics and characteristics of the new global economy. How can we explain the paradox of growing transnationalization of the production of goods and services and the tendency for certain kinds of activities to be concentrated or 'clustered' in one place? In today's changing economic environment how do firms make decisions about location and about the development and deployment of their distinctive capabilities? John Dunning heads a team of leading international contributors in this follow-up to the highly successful Governments, Globalization, and International Business (OUP, 1997).