Corporate Governance in the Twenty-First Century: New Managerial Concepts for Supranational

Chang, S.J.; Ha, Daesung
June 2001
American Business Review;Jun2001, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p32
Academic Journal
Discusses the need to formulate a managerial framework for supranational corporations that would reflect the multiculturalism in the global economy. Role of corporations in advancing technology, innovation and productivity; Fundamental philosophies for supranational business; Conformity of the paradigmatic shift in social ideals with the corporate objective paradigm.


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