International Trade and Finance: A North American Perspective

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marketing, and purchasing, local responsiveness is more effective. This style of management stresses the concept of oligopolistic advantage for SMFs and the inadequacy of thinking in terms of internalization theory, which implies global integration more extensively than would be economically feasible and possible in these companies.

NOTES
1.
See, for example, C. Kindleberger, American Business Abroad: Six Lectures on Direct Investment ( New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1969); S. Hymer, The International Operations of National Firms ( Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1976).
2.
See L. Franko, The European Multinationals ( London: Harper & Row, 1976); and M. Yoshino, Japan's Multinational Enterprises ( Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1976).
3.
See D. Heenan, and W. Keegan, "The Rise of Third World Multinationals," Harvard Business Review, ( January-February 1979):101-9; K. Kumar, Transnational Enterprises: Their Impact on Third World Societies and Cultures ( Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1980); S. Lall, The New Multinationals: The Spread of Third World Enterprises ( London: John Wiley & Sons, 1984).
4.
See UNCTAD reports in F. Onida, Technology Transfer to Developing Countries by Italian Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises ( Geneva: UNCTAD, 1985); T. Ozawa , International Transfer of Technology by Japan's Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Developing Countries ( Geneva: UNCTAD, 1985); see also G. Newbould et al., Going International: The Experience of Smaller Firms Overseas ( London: Associated Business Press, 1978); and H. Steinmann, and B. Kumar, "Personalpolitische Aspekte von im Ausland tatigen Unternehmen," in Exporte als Herausforderung für die deutsche Wirtschaft, edited by E. Dichtl and O. Issing ( Koln: Deutsche Instituts Verlag, 1984), pp. 397-428.
5.
Listings of Deutsche Bundesbank (German Reserve Bank) and Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft (Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs).
6.
This is the "quasi-official" definition of SMEs in Germany.
7.
E. Hofer, and D. Schendel, Strategy Formulation: Analytical Concepts ( St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1978).
8.
H. Hinterhuber, Strategische Unternehmensfuhrung ( Berlin: Gruyter, 1980).
9.
T. P. Van Hoorn, "Strategic Planning in Small and Medium-Sized Companies," Long Range Planning ( April 1979):84-91.
10.
H. Pfohl, and P. Kellerwessel, "Abgrenzung der Klein- und Mittel-betriebe von Grossbetrieben," in Betriebswirtschaftslehre der Mittel- und Klein-betriebe ( Berlin: Erich Schmidt, 1982), pp. 9-34; see also D. Gunzel, Das Betriebswirtschaftliche Grossenproblem kleiner und mittlerer Unternehmen (Gottingen: Schwartz, 1975).
11.
Van Hoorn, "Strategic Planning."
12.
See Kindleberger, American Business Abroad; and Hymer, International Operations.
13.
Hymer, International Operations, p. 46.
14.
H. Albach, "Die internationale Unternehmung als Gegenstand betriebswirtschaftlicher Forschung," in Internationale Betriebswirtschaftsiehre (ZfB-Erg.-Heft 1981), pp. 13-24.

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