American Multinationals in Europe by Phil Almond download in ePub, pdf, iPad
No surprise that most French companies worked for whoever needed them. Similarly, they explore how regional level structures are evolving at company level. In particular, they examine the influence of the sub- and supra-national levels. This book addresses some of the major contemporary issues in comparative business and employment relations. It is also illustrated that the ease of transfer is contingent upon the nature of the practice and the degree of host country institutional, legal and cultural compatibility with that practice.
Share Article body This volume brings together the results of a substantial and large-scale research project involving research teams from four countries. The volume is made up of thirteen chapters which are divided into four distinct parts. It is, by far, the best source of information about American business in France. Part one comprises the first two chapters.
The authors thoughtfully examine these issues and provide insight into how they may be influenced. The chapters are uniformly structured which greatly aides the reader in making cross-practice comparisons. Other Articles From This Issue. Whilst published as an edited volume, the editors have successfully achieved their aim of making this book read as a highly coherent multi-authored monograph.
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