Transnational Corporations: Fragmentation Amidst Integration

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Acknowledgements

I am very grateful to the following people for reading various drafts of this book. Their comments have helped me to improve it. Any remaining problems and mistakes are my own responsibility. Donald Gillies, Simon Mowatt and Helen Sakho have patiently read drafts of the whole book. The following people have commented on specific chapters: Francesca Beausang (chapter six); Howard Cox (chapters three and nine); Tony Edwards (chapter six); Martha Prevezer (chapter three); Alfred Saad-Filho (chapters six and nine).

Support for the empirical work in chapters two, four and five has been provided at various stages by: Peter Antonioni; Jos Goshi; Xavier Rodero and Satvinder Singh. Marion Frenz has helped with the empirical work and with the final editing of the book. I am grateful to all of them.

Gabrielle Reid and Norman Muyco have given me excellent administrative support at various stages. Gabrielle deserves a special thank you. Her support has helped me to continue writing during the summer of 1999 when health problems prevented me from working unaided.

My thanks also to South Bank University which has supported my research in a variety of ways.

I am grateful to Alan Jarvis, Annabel Watson and Joe Whiting of Taylor & Francis for their kindness and support throughout, and to Vicky Squires of Florence Production for her excellent management of this book during the production process.

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