Multinationals and Institutional Competitiveness

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Title: Multinationals and Institutional Competitiveness
Author: Kristensen, Peer Hull; Morgan, Glenn
Abstract: This article discusses how institutional competitiveness and multinationals are mutually enriching concepts. Seen from the perspective of Multinationals, institutional competitiveness becomes expressed at two levels. At the level of corporate HQs institutional competitiveness proves itself by forming firms capable of expanding internationally. At the level of subsidiaries as providing institutional back up for these firms’ abilities to fight for survival and growth within the frame of rivalling subsidiaries of the MNC. The article discusses at these two levels the comparative institutional competitiveness of Liberal Market Economies and Coordinated Markets Economies under the current competitive regime.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/7325
Date: 2006-10-07

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