Regional and Global Issues in International Business
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.
KeywordsLabour Market European Union Foreign Direct Investment International Business Single Market
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