Placing the evolution of alliance capitalism in the context of the globalizing ecomy, John Dunning explores the consequences of alliance capitalism for the ecomic jurisdiction of firms, markets and nation states, its impact on the structural orgainzation of firms and the domestic policies of national governments. Other key issues explored include: global restructuring and alliance capitalism trade and integration re-evaluation of Foreign Direct Investment competitiveness and co-operation spatial dimensions of globalization The volume also includes a comparative look at US and Japanese Foreign Direct Investment in Europe and a new contribution from John Dunning looking at future developments in global business.
Professor John H. Dunning
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Date of Publication
Economics: Professional & General
Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy