Corporate Citizenship – A New Challenge to Policy-Makers
Peter Mooslechner and
Michael Pfaffermayr ()
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Austrian Economic Quarterly, 1997, vol. 2, issue 2, 87-92
This article deals with the importance of corporate citizenship for the attractiveness of a modern, competitive location of business activities. Empirical evidence supports the hypothesis that within internationally active business firms, departments with high value-added and departments with high decision-making power will remain in the country of the parent company. Most important, to a high extent the parent companies of multinational firms are based in the country which is home to the so-called strategic owners of the concern.
Keywords: Corporate; Citizenship; –; A; New; Challenge; to; Policy-Makers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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