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  • Author:
    Lars Otterbeck
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    0566004844
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    978-0566004841
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    Gower Publishing Ltd (March 31, 1982)
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    352 pages
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Continuum of Multinational Corporations' Parenting Styles for Wholly Owned Manufacturing Subsidiaries . Otterbeck, L. (e. 1981. The Management of Headquarters–Subsidiary Relationships in Multinational Corporations. Pahl, J. M. and K. Roth 1993

Continuum of Multinational Corporations' Parenting Styles for Wholly Owned Manufacturing Subsidiaries: Between Cronus and Rhea. SSRN Electronic Journal, CrossRef. Roth 1993. Managing the headquarters–foreign subsidiary relationship: the roles of strategy, conflict and integration, The International Journal of Conflict Management 4: 139–65.

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relation between headquarter and subsidiary in the context of CSR strategies still need. This paper examines the growing number of publications on multinational enterprise management of sustainability issues. CSR and related aspects.

Regional Offices in Multinational Firms in Alan Rugman (e. New Theories of the Multinational Enterprise.

Centralization in parent ary relationships. Decision making in multinational corporations. Paper presented to the annual meetings of the Academy of Management, International Manage- ment Division. The innovative multinational: A differentiated network of organizational roles and management processes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Boston:Harvard Business School. The rise of the corporate economy London: Methuen.

Internal Differentiation within Multinational Corporations, Strategic Management Journal, vol. 10, pp. . 323–337. Ghoshal, S. & Bartlett, C. A. 1988. Creation, adoption and diffusion of innovations by subsidiaries of multinational corporations, Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 19 (Fall), pp. 365–388. The Management of Headquarters Subsidiary Relationships in Multinational Corporations Aldershot, Hampshire: GowerGoogle Scholar. Pedersen, . Petersen, . Sharma, D. 2003.

It facilitates strategy, control and coordination, and smoothes the progress of inter-unit product, personnel, factor and knowledge flows of every kind.

Moreover, since multinational corporations are often large, they pose . It is, in fact, dicult to draw simple conclusions regarding the relationship of foreign investment and national growth.

Moreover, since multinational corporations are often large, they pose unusual challenges to national and regional governments who seek to maintain political autonomy and yet are often anxious to seek the investment, technology, and managerial skills of foreign rm. Reporting relationships among these companies and headquarters was less formal than found in American companies, and control was often exercised through the movement of managers who were lifetime employees.