International business and Europe in transition /
edited by Fred Burton, Mo Yamin, and Stephen Young.
Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan, 1996.
xvii, 266 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan, 1996.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction - International Business and Europe in Transitionp. 1
The Economy of the European Union - Between Vision and Realityp. 21
European Unemployment in a Global Recessionp. 25
Strategic Opportunities for Retail Financial Service Firms in the Single European Marketp. 41
Home Shopping in the Single European Market - Foundering in the Wake of Neo-Liberalismp. 65
Mergers, Acquisitions and Cooperative Venturesp. 83
Foreign Acquisitions in the UK - Impact and Policyp. 87
European Cooperative Ventures between Spanish and UK Firmsp. 109
European Cross-border Acquisitions: The Impact of Management Style Differences on Performancep. 122
The Transition Process in Eastern Europep. 141
Buyouts and the Transformation of Russian Industryp. 145
Privatisation in Transitional Economies - East and Central European Experiencep. 168
MNE Operations - Strategic and Regulatory Aspectsp. 185
US Foreign Direct Investment in the EU - The Effects of Market Integration in Perspectivep. 189
The Creation and Application of Technology by MNES' Subsidiaries in Europep. 207
Transatlantic Perspectives on Inward Investment and Prospects for Policy Reconciliationp. 231
Regional and Global Issues in International Businessp. 253
Indexp. 257
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