A Bright Beacon on Multinational Risk
- Impact of Host Government Regulations on MNC Operation: Learning from Third World Countries. Das, Ranjan // Columbia Journal of World Business;Spring81, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p85
The importance of multinational corporations (MNC) in world trade, foreign direct investment and transfer of technology is well known. By 1970, the 200 largest MNC operated more than 28,000 subsidiaries around the world, and these subsidiaries generated sales of $80 billion. As of 1975, the...
- RIVALRY DETERRENCE IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS: CONTINGENCIES GOVERNING THE MUTUAL FORBEARANCE HYPOTHESIS. YU, TIEYING; SUBRAMANIAM, MOHAN; CANNELLA JR., ALBERT A. // Academy of Management Journal;Feb2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p127
The mutual forbearance hypothesis states that when the same competitors meet in multiple markets, rivalry is deterred. Our study highlights how pressures for local responsiveness impact the veracity of this hypothesis for multinational corporations (MNCs) in host countries. We develop theory to...
- How to lay off the payoff. WALSH, DUSTIN // Crain's Detroit Business;12/2/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 49, p0009
The article reports that the U.S. government has intensified efforts to battle bribery among U.S. companies that also have operations in foreign countries. It mentions that the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, passed in 1977, has been amended in 1998 to include foreign subsidiaries and...
- Encouraging entrepreneurial activity in multinational corporations. Birkinshaw, Julian // Business Horizons;May/Jun95, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p32
Examines the role of the national subsidiary in multinational corporations (MNC). Organizational response of MNCs to changes in customer demands; Development of a group of global managers; Disadvantages of the world mandate strategy.
- The subsidiaries of multinational enterprises operate regionally, not globally. Nguyen, Quyen T. K. // Multinational Business Review (Emerald Group Publishing Limited);2015, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p328
Purpose â€“ The purpose of this paper is to examine the determinants of home-region strategy of the multinational subsidiary and the impact of such a strategy on its performance. The author draws upon new internalization theory to develop a theory-driven model and empirically tests the...
- DO LABOR LAWSUITS REPRESENT A LIABILITY OF FOREIGNNESS FOR FOREIGN SUBSIDIARIES OPERATING IN THE UNITED STATES? Mezias, John M. // Academy of Management Proceedings & Membership Directory;2000, pK1
Most theories of foreign direct investment (FDI) assume that foreign subsidiaries will beat a disadvantage relative to their domestic counterparts for a variety of reasons such as information asymmetries, distance impeding decision making and communication, and local biases. Most studies of...
- Committee on international investment and multinational enterprises to the council at ministerial level. // Trends in Organized Crime;Summer1997, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p56
An excerpt from the policy statement "Implementation of the Recommendation on Bribery in International Business Transactions," adopted by the Committee on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises to the Council at Ministerial Level in April 1996 is presented.
- Introduction. // Cornell International Law Journal;2000, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p465
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the issues about international bribery and another on the impact of anti-corruption regulation on transnational corporations.
- The Phenomenon of International Bribery. Kaikati, Jack G. // Business Horizons;Feb77, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p25
Improper payments by U.S. multinational companies to foreign officials have spread a darkening stain over the global reputation of American business. A Library of Congress study conducted in November 1975 reported that since January 1, 1974, American companies had publicly admitted making more...