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The Resource Global Business in Local Culture : The Impact of Embedded Multinational Enterprises

Global Business in Local Culture : The Impact of Embedded Multinational Enterprises

Label
Global Business in Local Culture : The Impact of Embedded Multinational Enterprises
Title
Global Business in Local Culture
Title remainder
The Impact of Embedded Multinational Enterprises
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
N$T
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Aerni, P.
Dewey number
658/.049
Index
index present
LC call number
HD62.4
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Springer briefs in economics
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  • International business enterprises
  • International trade
Label
Global Business in Local Culture : The Impact of Embedded Multinational Enterprises
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Acronyms; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Karl Polanyi's Influence in the Globalization Debate of the 21st Century; 1.2 The Bipolar Mindset in Academia, Civil Society and Government; 1.3 Acknowledging the Value of Companies Committed to 'Principled Embeddedness'; 1.4 When MNEs Become Part of the Solution Rather Than Part of the Problem; 1.5 Of Myths and Movements; 2 Societal Foundations of Economic Development; 2.1 Polanyi as the Common Denominator of Post-structuralism and Neoclassical Economics; 2.2 No Such Thing as a 'Globalization Paradox'
  • 2.3 Polanyi as 'Intellectual Guide' in Economics and Anthropology3 Neoliberalism: A Mythical and Meaningful Term Devoid of Any Deep Thought; 3.1 Did the Rent-Seeking Economy of Feudalism Serve the Needs of the People?; 3.2 The Enclosure Movement in the UK as the Beginning of Industrial Agriculture; 3.3 Blaming Agricultural Trade Has Never Solved Any Food Security Problem; 3.4 Fernand Braudel's Criticism of Polanyi's Interpretation of History; 3.5 Why Polanyi's Bipolar Framing Finds Fertile Ground; 4 The Impact of Popular Stereotypes in Academic Research and Public Policy
  • 4.1 Echo Chambers: The Attack on Democracy from Within4.2 Embedded Liberalism: A Flawed Concept; 4.2.1 The Artificial Separation of the 'Authentic' Local from the 'Generic' Global Product; 4.2.2 Governments as the Blameless Defenders Against Careless Big Business; 4.2.3 Why More Regulation Does not Lead to More Public Trust: The Case of GMOs; 4.2.4 Self-Regulation in Industry as a Base for Subsequent Government Regulation; 4.2.5 Why the Ruggie Framework May Not Be Harmless; 4.3 Indigenous Communities as Projection Screens for Preserved Cultural Embeddedness
  • 4.3.1 How the Indian Chipko Movement Became a Symbol of NIMBY Environmentalism4.3.2 Myths Embodied in Scientific Models that Guide Academic Research; 4.3.3 'Epistemic Brokers' in Postmaterial Societies: The Case of Vandana Shiva; 4.3.4 Cultural Appropriation and Denial of Local Agency; 4.3.5 The Temptation in Academia to Uncritically Embrace Environmental Narratives; 5 The New Understanding of the Term 'Embeddedness' in Economic Sociology; 5.1 The Moral Dimension of Entrepreneurship; 5.2 Embeddedness as a Way to Address Three Major Coordination Problems; 5.3 Value as a Coordination Problem
  • 5.4 Competition as a Coordination Problem5.5 Cooperation as a Coordination Problem; 5.6 Embeddedness in the Context of Economic Complexity; 6 Economic Globalization as a "Disembedding" Force?; 6.1 Why Disembedding Traditional Structures May Help Outsiders; 6.2 Disembedding Post-Colonial Structures; 6.3 How FDI Contributed to Catch-up Growth and Economic Empowerment; 6.4 'Knowledge', an Underused Resource in Efforts to Cope with Environmental Challenges; 6.5 The Failure of Foreign Aid to Empower Local Entrepreneurs Through Economic Integration
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unknown
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1 online resource.
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030037970
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1078636237
  • (OCoLC)1078636237
Label
Global Business in Local Culture : The Impact of Embedded Multinational Enterprises
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Acronyms; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Karl Polanyi's Influence in the Globalization Debate of the 21st Century; 1.2 The Bipolar Mindset in Academia, Civil Society and Government; 1.3 Acknowledging the Value of Companies Committed to 'Principled Embeddedness'; 1.4 When MNEs Become Part of the Solution Rather Than Part of the Problem; 1.5 Of Myths and Movements; 2 Societal Foundations of Economic Development; 2.1 Polanyi as the Common Denominator of Post-structuralism and Neoclassical Economics; 2.2 No Such Thing as a 'Globalization Paradox'
  • 2.3 Polanyi as 'Intellectual Guide' in Economics and Anthropology3 Neoliberalism: A Mythical and Meaningful Term Devoid of Any Deep Thought; 3.1 Did the Rent-Seeking Economy of Feudalism Serve the Needs of the People?; 3.2 The Enclosure Movement in the UK as the Beginning of Industrial Agriculture; 3.3 Blaming Agricultural Trade Has Never Solved Any Food Security Problem; 3.4 Fernand Braudel's Criticism of Polanyi's Interpretation of History; 3.5 Why Polanyi's Bipolar Framing Finds Fertile Ground; 4 The Impact of Popular Stereotypes in Academic Research and Public Policy
  • 4.1 Echo Chambers: The Attack on Democracy from Within4.2 Embedded Liberalism: A Flawed Concept; 4.2.1 The Artificial Separation of the 'Authentic' Local from the 'Generic' Global Product; 4.2.2 Governments as the Blameless Defenders Against Careless Big Business; 4.2.3 Why More Regulation Does not Lead to More Public Trust: The Case of GMOs; 4.2.4 Self-Regulation in Industry as a Base for Subsequent Government Regulation; 4.2.5 Why the Ruggie Framework May Not Be Harmless; 4.3 Indigenous Communities as Projection Screens for Preserved Cultural Embeddedness
  • 4.3.1 How the Indian Chipko Movement Became a Symbol of NIMBY Environmentalism4.3.2 Myths Embodied in Scientific Models that Guide Academic Research; 4.3.3 'Epistemic Brokers' in Postmaterial Societies: The Case of Vandana Shiva; 4.3.4 Cultural Appropriation and Denial of Local Agency; 4.3.5 The Temptation in Academia to Uncritically Embrace Environmental Narratives; 5 The New Understanding of the Term 'Embeddedness' in Economic Sociology; 5.1 The Moral Dimension of Entrepreneurship; 5.2 Embeddedness as a Way to Address Three Major Coordination Problems; 5.3 Value as a Coordination Problem
  • 5.4 Competition as a Coordination Problem5.5 Cooperation as a Coordination Problem; 5.6 Embeddedness in the Context of Economic Complexity; 6 Economic Globalization as a "Disembedding" Force?; 6.1 Why Disembedding Traditional Structures May Help Outsiders; 6.2 Disembedding Post-Colonial Structures; 6.3 How FDI Contributed to Catch-up Growth and Economic Empowerment; 6.4 'Knowledge', an Underused Resource in Efforts to Cope with Environmental Challenges; 6.5 The Failure of Foreign Aid to Empower Local Entrepreneurs Through Economic Integration
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030037970
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
b1a1f752-1778-474c-b5f6-d7e7aa680b64
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1078636237
  • (OCoLC)1078636237

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