The Oxford Handbook of International Business by Alan M. RugmanThe Oxford Handbook of International Business by Alan M. Rugman

The Oxford Handbook of International Business

EditorAlan M. Rugman

Paperback | September 30, 2010

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As globalization explodes, so has international business scholarship. This second edition of the Oxford Handbook of International Business synthesises all the relevant literature of the last 40 years in 28 original chapters by the world's most distinguished scholars. Reflecting the changes anddevelopment in the field since the first edition this new edition has a changed structure, all the chapters have been updated to take account of the latest scholarship, and five new chapters freshly written. The Handbook is divided into six major sections, providing comprehensive coverage of the following areas:DT History and Theory of the Multinational EnterpriseDT The Political and Regulatory EnvironmentDT Strategy and International ManagementDT Managing the MNEDT Area StudiesDT Methodological IssuesThese state of the art literature reviews will be invaluable references for students in business schools, social sciences, law, and area studies.
Dr. Alan M. Rugman is Professor for International Business at the Henley Business School, the University of Reading.
Title:The Oxford Handbook of International BusinessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:880 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0 inPublished:September 30, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part I: History and Theory of the Multinational Enterprise1. Mira Wilkins: The History of Multinational Enterprise2. John H. Dunning: The Key Literature on IB Activities: 1960-20063. Michele Fratianni: The Gravity Equation in International Trade4. Peter Buckley and Mark Casson: Strategic Complexity in International Business5. Jean-Francois Hennart: Theories of the Multinational Enterprise6. Alan M. Rugman and Alain Verbeke: Location, Competitiveness, and the Multinational EnterprisePart II: The Political and Regulatory Environment7. Stephen J. Kobrin: Sovereignty@Bay: Globalization, Multinational Enterprise, and the International Political System8. Debora L. Spar: National Policies and Domestic Politics9. Alan M. Rugman and Alain Verbeke: Multinational Enterprises and Public Policy10. Mike Peng with Theodore A. Khoury: An Institution-Based View of International Business Strategies11. Thomas L. Brewer and Stephen Young: Multilateral Institutions and Policies and Their Implications for Multinational Business StrategyPart III: Strategy for MNEs12. Stephen B. Tallman and George S. Yip: Strategy and the Multinational Enterprise13. D. Eleanor Westney and Srilata Zaheer: The Multinational Enterprise as an Organization14. Julian Birkinshaw and Torben Pedersen: Strategy and Management in MNE Subsidiaries15. Andrew C. Inkpen: Strategic AlliancesPart IV: Managing the MNE16. John Cantwell: Innovation and Information Technology in the MNE17. Masaaki (Mike) Kotabe with Crystal X. Jiang: Contemporary Research Trends in International Marketing: the 2000s18. John L. Graham: Culture and Human Resources Management19. Alan M. Rugman and Alain Verbeke: Environmental Policy and International Business20. Michael Bowe: International Financial Management and Multinational Enterprises21. Lorraine Eden: Taxes, Transfer Pricing, and the Multinational EnterprisePart V: Regional Studies22. D. Eleanor Westney: Japan23. John Child: China and International Business24. Gordon Redding: The Smaller Scale Economies of Pacific Asia and their Business SystemsPart VI: Methodological Issues25. Bruce Kogut: Methodological Contributions in International Business and the Direction of Academic Research Activity26. Yadong Luo: Political Risk and Country Risk in International Business: Concepts and Meaning27. Simon Collinson and Andrew Pettigrew: Comparative International Business Research Methods: Pitfalls and Practicalities28. Bernie Yeung and Randall Morck: Metrics for International Business Research