The Paradoxes of Globalization

Hardcover | December 15, 2010

EditorEric Milliot, Nadine Tournois

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World economy globalization is driven by multiple interactive forces. They give rise to a number of paradoxes that impact the functional and developmental characteristics of firms. This book offers for the first time an in-depth study of the logical contradictions that stream from economic integration on the supranational level.

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World economy globalization is driven by multiple interactive forces. They give rise to a number of paradoxes that impact the functional and developmental characteristics of firms. This book offers for the first time an in-depth study of the logical contradictions that stream from economic integration on the supranational level.

ERIC MILLIOT is Associate Professor of Management Science, Head of the Department of Strategy and Marketing at the Business School (IAE) of the University of Poitiers, France. His studies concern principally the strategic and organizational systems developed by companies in the face of globalization. On this topic, he has published tw...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:312 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023027868X

ISBN - 13:9780230278684

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Table of Contents

What is Globalization? The Paradoxes of the Economic and Political Substance of Markets; Y.Pesqueux
PART I: GENERAL POLICY AND STRATEGY
The Paradoxical Dynamics of Globalization; E.Milliot
Local Authorities and Foreign Companies: the Paradoxical Issue of FDI Towards Fast Growing Economies; J.Lemaire
The Paradox between Global Efficiency and Local Responsiveness: the Case of the French Multinationals Established in China; J.Jaussaud & J.Schaaper
The Paradox of Honesty: How Multinationals Contribute to the Spread of Organised Crime; P.Very & B.Monnet
PART II: MARKETING AND LOGISTICS
The Taste of Industrialised Societies for Traditional Products: Socio-cultural and Economic Paradoxes; N.Prime & M.Delcourt-Itonaga
Paradoxes of International Marketing in Developing Countries; S.Marinova & M.Marinov
International Distribution: the Paradoxical Logics Developed by Retail Groups; U.Mayrhofer
Medical Tourism: Paradoxes of Globalization and Ethical Issues; L.Menvielle
The Impact of Sustainability on Global Logistics Strategies: Contradictory Issues; C.Blanquart & V.Carbone
PART III: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
Paradoxes and Issues of the Globalization of Accounting; N.Tournois & R.Teller
The Paradox of Globalized Accounting in the Public Sector: an Analysis of the Reform of Public Accounting in Madagascar; E.Lande, H.Oliarilanto Rakoto & S.Rocher
Interests and Limits of globalization as an Investment-creating Process; S.Nivoix & D.Pépin
Banks and Globalization: the Sorcerer's Apprentices; G.Tournois
Globalization and Scenarios: a Paradoxical Navigation; A.Marchais-Roubelat & F.Roubelat