The result of a conference on multinational culture, the papers collected here explore the sociocultural impacts of the transition to a global economy. Specific topics explored include government policies and their relationship to multinational activities, the formation and regulation of international capital, labor market segmentation and protectionism, managing multinationals without sacrificing ethical standards or profits, environmental impacts, and the language, legal, gender, and race dimensions of a global economy.
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