Multinationals as Engines of Growth Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Reviews issues related to the assessment of the impact over time of transnational corporations in the host economies. Using a series of short historical research, including the role of United Fruit in the "banana" republics of Central America, the oil and banking in Iran until 1950, the transfer of technology in Japan between 1899 and 1970, the impact of U.S. multinationals in the British diet in the 20th century, Malaysian electronics industry since 1970, and the role of Japanese companies in the U.S. auto industry in 1980. "Hide
by Jeffrey G. Jones Source: Harvard Business School 9 pages. Publication Date: January 24, 2003. Prod. #: 803108-PDF-ENG

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