The Making of Global Enterprises
Edited by Geoffrey Jones
Routledge – 1994 – 205 pages
This volume provides new insights to the history of international business. The international group of authors, drawn from the United States, Canada, Britain and Japan, address two main themes: How has global business developed over the last century? And what has been its impact on host economies? These original and wide-ranging essays, prefaced by an extensive editorial introduction, are required reading in courses on international business.
International Business Review, Vol 5, No 1
"A valuable contribution to our understanding of the extent and impact of multinational enterprise activity over the last century.