An examination of the system of linkages that determine the success of multinational firms and the resulting performance of nations.
Readership: Academic economists, sociologists, business strategists and economists, graduate students of industrial organization and business economics.
Mark Casson, Professor of Economics, University of Reading
"I was glad to come across a book which moves away from inconclusive numerical comparisons and sheds some light on why even someone who welcomed the 1980s emphasis on competition and deregulation should still feel uneasy about some of the culturual aspects of the Thatcher revolution, including those that live on under the Major government." - Samuel Brittan, Financial Times
"tightly argued and wide ranging book" - Business History
"stimulating book" - Business Economist