The Oxford Handbook of International Business

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3.1 Volume of affiliate production: 25% trade costs 78
3.2 Change in affiliate production, country i plants in country j: 25% trade costs minus 5% trade costs in both directions 80
4.1 Diagrammatic solution of the entry strategy under uncertainty 97
4.2 Strategy for information gathering 100
4.3 Comparison of decision trees with and without research 101
4.4 Decision tree for integrated research/waiting/switching problem 105
4.5 Diagrammatic solution of an entry problem encompassing research, deferment, and switching 107
4.6 Schematic representation of a simple international business system 110
6.1 A classification of the international economics perspectives on location advantage 152
6.2 New perspectives on location advantages 156
6.3 The sustainability of sticky places 165
6.4 Firm (or business) level sources of international competitive advantage 168
11.1 Illustrative implications for business strategy of the WTO regime 302
12.1 The strategic analysis process 319
12.2 International strategy issues 320
12.3 Mapping of international strategy issues and the strategic analysis process 321
12.4 The pyramid of international competitive advantage 327
13.1 Evolutionary model of MNE organization (a) 352
13.2 Evolutionary model of MNE organization (b) 353
13.3 Evolutionary model of the 1980s: the transnational 359
13.4 Bartlett and Ghoshal's models of MNE organization 361
13.5 MNE organizational structures: international division organization 371
13.6 MNE organizational structures: area (or geographic) organization 372
13.7 MNE organizational structures: global product organization 373
13.8 MNE organizational structures: global functional organization 373

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