John H.Dunning - The New Globalism & Developing Coutries
The global economy of the 1990s is being driven by cross-border direct investments and cooperative business ventures on an unprecedented scale.
Not only is international investment growing faster than world output and trade, but an increasing share of the markets for goods and services, capital and technology, is being intermediated by transnational firms.The impact of this globalization of business on developing countries is the focus of this book. Who are the probable winners and losers? How are governments responding in terms of national policies and regional approaches, and how does it all translate in the signals they set for companies? Are there any winning strategies in the more competitive global economic environment of the 1990s? And how can the international community best support these strategies?