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International Business and Sustainable Development

by Alain Verbeke, Rob van Tulder and Roger Strange Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Pub Date:
01/2014
ISBN:
9781781909898
Format:
Hbk 464 pages
Price:
AU$243.00 NZ$249.57
Product Status: Out of stock. Not available to order.

List of Contributors.
Taking stock of complexity: In search of new pathways to sustainable development.
Limits to growth in the 21st century.
Foreign direct investment as a driver of industrial development: Why is there so little evidence?.
An internalization theory perspective on the Bottom of the Pyramid.
Internalisation theory, global value chain theory and sustainability standards.
Multinational enterprises and sustainability standards: Using a partnering-intensity continuum to classify their interactions.
The social irresponsibility of international business: A novel conceptualization.
Do multinational enterprises contribute to sustainable development by engaging in lobbying? The automotive industry and environmental regulations.
Multinationals and Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs): A linkages perspective on inclusive development strategies.
A retrospective on: Infrastructure or foreign direct investment?.
Stakeholder dynamics as determinants of substantive versus symbolic csr practices: A macro/micro perspective.
Taming a wicked problem? Unilever's Interpretations of Corporate Social Responsibility 2000–2012.
MNE and multiple embeddedness: A case study of MNE–NGO collaboration in saving the Baltic Sea.
Shudder: The challenges to 'industrial policies' in the early 21st century in low- and middle-income economies.
The clean development mechanism and technology transfer to China.
The rise of enterprise regionalisation in ASEAN.
Multistakeholder regulation of business: Assessing the pros and cons.
International business and sustainable development.
Progress in international business research.
International business and sustainable development.
Copyright page.