Multinational Enterprises from Small Economies: The Internationalization Patterns of Large Companies from Denmark, Finland and Norway
Gabriel Benito (),
Rajneesh Narula () and
Chapter 6 in Handbook on Small Nations in the Global Economy, 2009 from Edward Elgar Publishing
This unique, extensive Handbook illustrates that multinational enterprises can contribute substantially to the competitive advantage of small countries. It advances the notion that small nations increasingly need to rely on both home-grown and foreign multinational enterprises to achieve domestic economic success in industries characterized by international competition.
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