Nation States and Multinational Business in the Global Reach:An Analytical Sketch
Since the end of the cold-war system, there has yet to be an emerging replacement of the global system. It is of course the United States that merits the praises from the allies for her great contribution to the final victory of capitalism over socialism but the US itself seems not to be confident, nor strong enough to lead the post-cold-war global system. It may be safe and realistic to assume therefore that this lack of transparency of an expected global system causing a turbulent situation of the international politico-economy is normal within the coming years ahead in the 21st century.
KeywordsNash Equilibrium Japanese Company Employment Rate Industrial Policy Japanese Government
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