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The tortuous ascent of Global Value Chains: The Case of R&D China
In this paper the micro-political complexities of operating over institutional distance in a modern international enterprise are explored. The focal sector of the study is the pharmaceutical industry, which, in its latest ...
A sustainable ecosystem? Sourcing innovative IT talent in Bulgaria
This study addresses the problem of modularising innovative capability along internationally dispersed Global Value Chains (GVCs), which are mediated by human agency embedded in a myriad of contextuallydependent local ...
Signs of Dystopia and Demoralization in global academia: Reflections on the precarious and destructive effects of the colonization of the Lebenswelt
Purpose Our paper has been written in the style of a provocative essay. It starts with the observation that neo-liberalism has become the leading “policy doctrine” in Higher Education (HE) systems across the globe. This ...
(Oxford University Press, 2017-03-09)
The focus of this chapter is on the multinational corporation (MNC) and, more specifically, on the structures, strategies and processes inherent in the management of the geographically dispersed concern. While more ...
Crisis and Change in Industrial Relations in Central and Eastern Europe
This article introduces the special issue on industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe since the financial and economic crisis. Already dependent economically on funding from the west, and lacking the robust ...