New Directions in International Business
Research Priorities for the 1990s. New Horizons in International Business Series
Charting the key developments in international business, this new book - written by an international group of distinguished scholars - includes authoritative surveys of internalization theory, international trade theory and the role of the theory of the firm in strategic management. The political and financial dimensions of international business as well as its implications for development are thoroughly explored. The result is a provocative and enlightened view of international business and a clear research agenda for the 1990s.
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`. . . this is a useful addition to the literature and should find its way onto reading lists.' -- Frederick Nixson, The Economic Journal `New Directions in International Business deserves to be recommended as a useful account of current thinking in the field, and as a valuable source of insights into the nature of the discipline in the decade ahead.' -- Mairi Maclean, Business History