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  1. Multinational Firms and Impacts on Employment, Trade and Technology

    New Perspectives for a New Century

    Edited by Robert E. Lipsey, Jean-Louis Mucchielli

    Series: Routledge Studies in Global Competition

    For decades governments, politicians, and trade unions have feared that firms investing abroad involved a loss of employment and a decline in wages for the home country, the implied assumption being that global production and consumption are somehow fixed. Similarly, research on multinational...

    Published December 13th 2001 by Routledge

  2. The Source of Capital Goods Innovation

    The Role of User Firms in Japan and Korea

    By Kong Rae-Lee

    Series: Routledge Studies in Global Competition

    The results of the empirical investigation of Japan and Korea show that the user firms in both countries, represented by car makers, have involved themselves in the technical and entrepreneurial entry into machine tools along with making active investments. As a consequence, they made a...

    Published March 23rd 1998 by Routledge

  3. Technological Innovations, Multinational Corporations and the New International Competitiveness

    The Case of Intermediate Countries

    Edited by Jos Molero

    Series: Routledge Studies in Global Competition

    The aim of this book is to contribute to a better understanding of those intermediate countries with specific reference to two relevant international areas; those countries of southern Europe whose dynamic is very much influenced by the phases of European construction, and in countries of Latin...

    Published August 1st 1996 by Routledge

  4. Japanese Firms in Europe

    A Global Perspective

    Edited by Frédérique Sachwald

    Series: Routledge Studies in Global Competition

    In this study, the contributors examine the evolution of Japanese direct investment in Europe and explore its determinants. They illustrate how, as multinationals, Japanese firms adapt to local conditions and try to take advantage of a global organisation. In this respect, three areas in particular...

    Published November 30th 1995 by Routledge