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Regional and Global Issues in International Business

  • Peter Buckley
Part of the The Academy of International Business Series book series (AIB)

Abstract

This book is evidence of the growing importance of regional issues within international business (see also Mirza, forthcoming). This summary chapter attempts to focus on the conflicts brought about by regionalisation and globalisation in the context of the world economy.

Keywords

Labour Market European Union Foreign Direct Investment International Business Single Market 
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References

  1. Buckley, P.J. and P.N. (eds) (1994) The Economics of Change in East and Central Europe (London: Academic Press).Google Scholar
  2. Casson, M. (1994) ‘Enterprise culture and institutional change in Eastern Europe’, in P.J. Buckley and P.N. Ghauri, The Economics of Change in East and Central Europe (London: Academic Press).Google Scholar
  3. Garnaut, R. and Drysdale, P. (1994) Asia Pacific Regionalism (Pymble, Australia: Harper Educational).Google Scholar
  4. Mirza, H. (forthcoming) Beyond Protectionism: The Strategic Responses of Transnational Firms to the Regionalisation of the World Economy (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar).Google Scholar

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© Academy of International Business UK Chapter 1996

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  • Peter Buckley

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