In The Multinational Corporation, Raza Mir summarizes critical approaches to the multinational corporation (MNC) in a manner designed to be accessible to students and researchers who aspire to be critical in their research. Most volumes that analyze MNCs tend to be celebratory of their growth and spread, and inadequately reflective of the contested terrain they constitute. In this book, all of the traditional theories of the MNC are analyzed in their historical and institutional context. More critical theories of the MNC are also covered, with similar contextualization. Raza Mir juxtaposes theories with various historical and political events, so as to understand the dynamics involved in spatial and financial strengthening of the MNC, especially in the last fifty years.
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