From the editor: Engaging international business scholars with public policy issues
Sarianna M Lundan ()
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Sarianna M Lundan: University of Bremen
Journal of International Business Policy, 2018, vol. 1, issue 1, 1-11
Abstract For more than 60 years, scholars in the international business field have studied the distribution of value-adding activity across national borders, and attempted to explain where, how and by whom international production is organized. It is their deep knowledge of the different kinds of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and of the myriad ways in which these firms interact with the local environment that allows international business scholars to make a unique contribution to public policy debates. In launching the Journal of International Business Policy (JIBP), we intend to build a leading outlet for research that demonstrates how a greater understanding of MNE strategies, organizational structures and systems can yield better public policy.
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