The Management of International Enterprises: A Socio-Political View

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Index
Abegglen, J. C. 26
adaptability policies 95
Adler, N. J. 156
Afghanistan: Taliban regime 20, 22, 78
Africa 12, 15, 23, 45, 46, 49, 51, 159
Age of Enlightenment 12
Algeria 49
Ali, A. J. 111
Allende regime 80
Altany, D. 26
Amirshahi, M. 24
Amsden, A. H. 26
Ansari, J. 56
Arab Free-Trade Area 49
Arab League 49
Arab nations 91, 110, 111, 133
arena view 102–3
Argentina 13
Arnold, G. 3, 50
Asea Brown Boveri 154–5
Asia 15, 45, 49, 51, 77, 94
see also central; east; south; southeast; western
Asian Tigers 5, 20, 26, 33, 62, 161
Association of Southeast Asian Nations 47–8
AT&T 80, 148, 151, 152
Ataturk, M. K. 21
Australia 13, 38
Austria 13, 17
Bakhtari, H. 104
‘banana war’ 78
Bangladesh 5, 40, 48
Bani-Asadi, H. 64
Barnett, C. 117
Barnevik, P. 154
Bartholomew, S. 58
Bartlett, C. A. 115, 121, 123
Bate, P. 156
Beckermann, W. 107
Beechler, S. 119, 131
Beer, M. 128
Belgium 13, 138
Bell, J. 72
Beyer, J. M. 146
Bilkey, W. J. 72
Birkinshaw, J. M. 116, 117, 119
Brandt, W. K. 121
Brazil 7, 9, 11, 78, 159
Briggs, P. 16, 61, 62
Brögger 111
Brooke, M. Z. 102
Buchholz, R. A. 55
Buckley, M. R. 53, 154–5
Buckley, P. J. 72
Buddhism 19, 45
Burns, T. 125
‘buy-back’ projects 80
Calvin, J. 18
Campbell, N. C. G. 60
Canada 47, 56, 78, 107, 159, 160
Canon 29
Casson, M. 72
Cavausgil, S. T. 72
cell manufacturing 68
central Asia 78, 159
central and eastern Europe 10, 16, 17, 33, 34, 73, 77, 81, 134
Charoen Pokphand Group 29
Chassang, G. 123
Chaudhuri, K. N. 15
Chiang Kai Shek 41
Child, J. 6, 8
Chile 80
China 69, 110, 159, 160, 161
exports 9
external environment 89, 92–3, 95, 100
motives and limits to internationalisation 73, 77, 81
national performance indicators 7
nations as launch pads 31, 36, 41, 42, 46, 48
Public Security Bureau 57

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