Firm-Level Internationalization, Regionalism and by Jenny Berrill, Elaine Hutson, Rudolf Sinkovics

By Jenny Berrill, Elaine Hutson, Rudolf Sinkovics

The present foreign company atmosphere is characterised through contradictory yet now and then at the same time supplementary tendencies. Regionalization is a part of the method of globalization, however it is additionally a counter strength to globalization as stakeholders act to guard their perceived pursuits. This ebook expands the controversy in this fascinating subject

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Their analysis illustrates that social entrepreneurship may not be an appropriate term for the socially entrepreneurial behaviour of MNCs. However, as MNCs incorporate both economic and social missions simultaneously, they follow the lead of corporate social responsibility and corporate entrepreneurship scholars and suggest that the term ‘corporate social entrepreneurship’ be used for large organizations. Tasavori and Sinkovics seek to address the call for interdisciplinary research in the field of international business 8 Introduction to understand the complex and multidimensional activities of MNCs in solving social problems.

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