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図書
edited by Alan M. Rugman
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009  xix, 857 p. ; 26 cm
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List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Contributors
History and Theory of the Multinational Enterprise / Part I:
The History of the Multinational Enterprise / Mira Wilkins1:
The Key Literature on IB Activities: 1960-2006 / John H. Dunning2:
The Gravity Equation in International Trade / Michele Fratianni3:
Strategic Complexity in International Business / Peter Buckley ; Mark Casson4:
Theories of the Multinational Enterprise / Jean-Francois Hennart5:
Location, Competitiveness, and the Multinational Enterprise / Alan M. Rugman ; Alain Verbeke6:
The Political and Regulatory Environment / Part II:
Sovereignty@Bay: Globalization, Multinational Enterprise, and the International Political System / Stephen J. Kobrin7:
National Policies and Domestic Politics / Debora L. Spar8:
Multinational Enterprises and Public Policy / 9:
Unbundling the Institution-Based View of International Business Strategy / Mike W. Peng ; Theodore A. Khoury10:
Multilateral Institutions and Policies: Implications for Multinational Business Strategy / Thomas L. Brewer ; Stephen Young11:
Strategy for MNES / Part III:
Strategy and the Multinational Enterprise / Stephen B. Tallman ; George S. Yip12:
The Multinational Enterprise as an Organization / D. Eleanor Westney ; Srilata Zaheer13:
Strategy and Management in MNE Subsidiaries / Julian Birkinshaw ; Torben Pedersen14:
Strategic Alliances / Andrew C. Inkpen15:
Managing the MNE / Part IV:
Innovation and Information Technology in the MNE / John Cantwell16:
Contemporary Research Trends in International Marketing: The 2000s / Masaaki (Mike) Kotabe ; Crystal X. Jiang17:
Culture and Human Resources Management / John L. Graham18:
Environmental Policy and International Business / 19:
International Financial Management and Multinational Enterprises / Michael Bowe20:
Taxes, Transfer Pricing, and the Multinational Enterprise / Lorraine Eden21:
Regional Studies / Part V:
Japan / 22:
China and International Business / John Child23:
The Smaller Economies of Pacific Asia and their Business Systems / Gordon Redding24:
Methodological Issues / Part VI:
Methodological Contributions in International Business and the Direction of Academic Research Activity / Bruce Kogut25:
Political Risk and Country Risk in International Business: Concepts and Measures / Yadong Luo26:
Comparative International Business Research Methods: Pitfalls and Practicalities / Simon C. Collinson ; Andrew M. Pettigrew27:
Metrics for International Business Research / Randall Morck ; Bernard Yeung28:
Name Index
Subject Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Contributors
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図書
Murray C. Kemp
出版情報: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, c1964  viii, 324 p. ; 24 cm
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図書
Masahisa Fujita, Paul Krugman, Anthony J. Venables
出版情報: Cambridge, Mass. ; London : MIT Press, c1999  xiii, 367 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
The Rediscovery of Geography / 1.1:
Linkages and Circular Causation / 1.2:
Modeling Tricks: Dixit-Stiglitz, Icebergs, Evolution, and the Computer / 1.3:
Two Useful Questions / 1.4:
Plan of the Book / 1.5:
Some Intellectual Background / I:
Antecedents I: Urban Economics / 2:
The von Thunen Model / 2.1:
Explaining Cities: External Economies / 2.2:
Urban Systems / 2.3:
Multiple Subcenters / 2.4:
Uses and Limits of Traditional Urban Economics / 2.5:
Notes
Antecedents II: Regional Science / 3:
Central-Place Theory / 3.1:
Base-Multiplier Analysis / 3.2:
Market Potential Analysis / 3.3:
Limitations of Regional Science / 3.4:
A Brief Introduction to Bifurcations / Appendix:
Labor Mobility and Regional Development / II:
The Dixit-Stiglitz Model of Monopolistic Competition and Its Spatial Implications / 4:
Consumer Behavior / 4.1:
Multiple Locations and Transport Costs / 4.2:
Producer Behavior / 4.3:
Some Normalizations / 4.4:
The Price Index Effect and the Home Market Effect / 4.5:
The "No-Black-Hole" Condition / 4.6:
Core and Periphery / 5:
Assumptions / 5.1:
Instantaneous Equilibrium / 5.2:
The Core-Periphery Model: Statement and Numerical Examples / 5.3:
When Is a Core-Periphery Pattern Sustainable? / 5.4:
When is the Symmetric Equilibrium Broken? / 5.5:
Implications and Conclusions / 5.6:
Symmetry Breaking
Many Regions and Continuous Space / 6:
The Three-Region Case / 6.1:
The Racetrack Economy / 6.2:
The Turing Approach / 6.3:
The Growth Rate of a Fluctuation / 6.4:
Determining the Preferred Frequency: The Large Economy / 6.5:
From Local to Global / 6.6:
Conclusions / 6.7:
Simulation Parameters
Agricultural Transport Costs / 7:
Trade Costs: The Realities / 7.1:
Trade Costs: The Model / 7.2:
Core-Periphery or Symmetry? / 7.3:
Differentiated Agricultural Products / 7.4:
The Urban System / 7.5:
Spatial Models of Urban Systems: A Heuristic Introduction / 8:
Location Decisions and the Distribution of Demand / 8.1:
Sustaining and Locking In Urban Location / 8.2:
Population Growth and City Formation / 8.3:
Urban Hierarchies / 8.4:
Ports and Transportation Hubs / 8.5:
The Monocentric Economy / 8.6:
The Model / 9.1:
The von Thunen Economy / 9.2:
The Market Potential Function / 9.3:
The Potential Function and the Sustainability of a City / 9.4:
On the Definition of the Market Potential Function / Appendix 9.1:
The Limit Market Potential Function / Appendix 9.2:
The Emergence of New Cities / 10:
Adjustment Dynamics and the Stability of the Spatial System / 10.1:
From One City to Three / 10.2:
Emergence of New Cities in the Long Run / 10.3:
Bifurcation with Costly Transport of Agricultural Goods / 10.4:
Supplementary Calculations for Appendix 10.1 / Appendix 10.2:
Adjustment Dynamics of a General Three-City Case / Appendix 10.3:
Evolution of a Hierarchical Urban System / 11:
The Formation of an Urban Hierarchy in Nineteenth-Century America / 11.1:
The Monocentric System / 11.2:
Self-Organization Toward a Hierarchical System / 11.4:
The Equilibrium of the Agricultural Market / 11.5:
The Equilibrium Conditions of the Monocentric Economy / Appendix 11.2:
The Proof that (11.16) Implies (11.17) / Appendix 11.3:
An Empirical Digression: The Sizes of Cities / 12:
The Size Distribution of Cities / 12.1:
Do Urban Theories Predict the Rank-Size Rule? / 12.2:
Can Random Growth Explain the Rank-Size Rule? / 12.3:
Ports, Transportation Hubs, and City Location / 12.4:
The Impact of a Transportation Hub on the Market Potential Function / 13.1:
Patterns of Spatial Evolution / 13.3:
International Trade / 13.4:
International Specialization / 14:
A Model with Intermediate Goods / 14.1:
The Structure of Equilibria / 14.2:
Agglomeration and National Inequalities / 14.3:
Decreasing Returns in Agriculture / 14.4:
Economic Development and the Spread of Industry / 14.5:
Growth and Sustainable Wage Differentials / 15.1:
Many Industries and Many Countries / 15.2:
The Multicountry, Multi-Industry Model / 15.3:
Industrial Clustering / Appendix 15.2:
Industrial Clusters: The Evidence / 16.1:
Industrial Clusters: The Model / 16.2:
Concentration or Dispersion? / 16.3:
Adjustment and Real Income / 16.4:
Multiple Factors: Industrial Clustering in a Heckscher-Ohlin World / 16.5:
Multiple Industries and Sustainable Cross-Country Differences / 16.6:
The Production Possibility Frontier / 16.7:
Multiple Industries / Appendix 16.4:
A Seamless World / Appendix 16.5:
The Frequency of Agglomeration / 17.1:
Punctuated Equilibrium / 17.3:
Center and Periphery / 17.5:
External Trade and Internal Geography / 17.7:
Urban Concentration in an Open Economy / 18.1:
The Effects of Trade Liberalization / 18.2:
Industrial Clustering and External Trade / 18.3:
Industrial Structure and Urban Concentration / 18.4:
The Way Forward / 18.5:
The Theoretical Menu / 19.1:
Empirical Work / 19.2:
Quantification / 19.3:
Welfare Implications / 19.4:
Where We Stand / 19.5:
References
Index
Preface
Introduction / 1:
The Rediscovery of Geography / 1.1:
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図書

図書
by Sidney J. Wells
出版情報: New York ; London : George Allen & Unwin, c1969  330 p. ; 23 cm
シリーズ名: Minerva series of students' handbooks ; 24
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図書
edited by John Dawson, Roy Larke and Masao Mukoyama
出版情報: Abingdon : Routledge, 2006  xii, 218 p. ; 24 cm
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The increase in international activity by retailers / John Dawson ; Masao MukoyamaChapter 1:
Introduction
Internationalisation of sourcing
Internationalisation of operation of retail outlets
The International retailer Contrasts between internationalisation in retailing and production
Conclusions
Retail internationalisation as a process / Chapter 2:
Dimensions of the framework defining the process
Dimensions of content of the process
The dimension of outputs of the process
The dimensions framing of the process Measurement
Building an international retail strategy / Marc Dupuis ; Jean FouniouxChapter 3:
From opportunism to a controlled strategy
The basis of an international retail strategy
Managing the retail internationalisation process
Conclusion
Inditex - Zara : re-writing the rules in apparel retailing / Steve Burt ; Roy LarkeChapter 4:
Introduction Background and history
The Zara Concept : 'the democratisation of fashion'
The retail chains Retail internationalisation
The future of Inditex
Carrefour: being aware of the domestic market! / Sang Chul ChoiChapter 5:
Historical background Carrefour's internationalisation process (1973 to 2003) from local to global
A leadership strategy Carrefour as a multi format group Carrefour's Global Vision
Managing the retail internationalization process
The international learning process
Aspects of company organization for internationalization processes Carrefour's financial performance 2000-2003
Summary and Conclusion
The Boots Group Plc:nbsp; Rethinking the formula / Keri DaviesChapter 6:
A short history of the Boots Company in the United Kingdom
Composition of the group Boots Retail's international operations
The future
Royal Ahold: Multi-national, multi-channel, multi-format food provider / Chapter 7:
Historical background Development of the international strategy Strategic implementation
The implications of the strategy
A global retailer?
Tesco: Transferring marketing success factors internationally / Chapter 8:
History The basis of strength in the domestic market Tesco's international expansion / Tesco Polska ; Samsung Tesco ; Ting Cao
Conclusions and future developments
The international transfer of key success factors / Chapter 9:
The emergence of critical factors for the success of retailing
Characteristics of the expanding international retailers
The impacts of the transfer of success factors
The International retailer
Contrasts between internationalisation in retailing and production
The dimensions framing of the process
Measurement
Background and history
The retail chains
Retail internationalisation
Historical background
Carrefour's internationalisation process (1973 to 2003) from local to global
A leadership strategy Carrefour as a multi format group
Carrefour's Global Vision Managing the retail internationalization process
Aspects of company organization for internationalization processes
Carrefour's financial performance 2000-2003
The Boots Group Plc: Rethinking the formula
Development of the international strategy
Strategic implementation
History
The basis of strength in the domestic market
Tesco's international expansion
Tesco Polska, Samsung Tesco and Ting Cao
The increase in international activity by retailers / John Dawson ; Masao MukoyamaChapter 1:
Introduction
Internationalisation of sourcing
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図書
by Assaf Razin and Efraim Sadka
出版情報: Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 2001  xii, 181 p. ; 24 cm
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図書
Robert C. Feenstra, Alan M. Taylor
出版情報: New York : Worth Publishers, c2008  xlv, 980, 21 p. ; 27 cm
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Note:Every chapter has the following end-of-Chapter materials
Summary, Key Terms, Exercises
Introduction to International Trade / Part 1:
Trade in the Global Economy / Chapter 1:
International Trade / 1.1:
The Basics of World Trade
Map of World Trade Trade
Compared to GDP Barriers to Trade
Migration and Foreign
Direct Investment Map of Migration
Map of Foreign Direct Investment
Conclusions
Patterns of International Trade / Part 2:
Trade and Technology: The Ricardian Model / Chapter 2:
Reasons for Trade / 2.2:
Ricardian Model
The Home Country
The Foreign Country Application:Comparative
Advantage in Apparel, Textiles, and Wheat
Determining the Pattern of International Trade International
Trade Equilibrium Solving for Wages Across Countries
Application:Labor Productivity and Wages
Solving for International Prices
Home Export Supply Curve Foreign
Import Demand Curve International
Trade Equilibrium Application:The Terms of Trade for Primary Commodities
Gains and Losses from Trade in the Specific-Factors Model / Chapter 3:
The Specific-Factors Model / 3.3:
The Foreign Country Overall Gains from Trade Application:How Large are the Gains from Trade?
Earnings of Labor Determination of Wages Change in Relative
Price of Manufactures Application:Manufacturing and Services in the U.S.: Employment and Wages across Sectors
Application:Trade Adjustment
Assistance Programs: Financing the Adjustment
Costs of Trade
Earnings of Capital and Land
Determining the Payments to Capital and Land Numerical Example
What It All Means Application:Prices in Agriculture
Trade and Resources: The Heckscher-Ohlin Model / Chapter 4:
Heckscher-Ohlin Model Assumptions of the Heckscher-Ohlin Model / 4.4:
Application:Are Factor Intensities the Same Across Countries? No Trade Equilibrium
Free Trade Equilibrium Testing the Heckscher-Ohlin
Theorem: Leontief's Paradox
Effect of Trade on Factor Prices
Effect of Trade on the Wage and Rental
Determination of the Real Wage and Real Rental
Changes in the Real Wage and Rental: Numerical Example
Application:Opinions Toward Free Trade
Comparing the Wage and Rental Across Countries
Extending the Heckscher-Ohlin Model Many Goods, Factors and Countries Differing Productivities Across Countries Extending the Heckscher-Ohlin
Theorem Application:Why Did India Import Cotton Textiles?
Conclusions Appendix: The "Sign Test" in the Heckscher-Ohlin Model
Movement of Labor and Capital Between Countries / Chapter 5:
Movement of Labor Between Countries Effect of Immigration in the Short Run: the Specific Factors Model / 5.5:
Application:Immigration to the New World
Application:Immigration to the U.S. and Europe Today Other Effects of Immigration in the Short Run Effects of Immigration in the Long Run
Application:The Effects of the Mariel Boat Lift on Industry Output in Miami
Application:Immigration and U.S. Wages, 1990-2004
The Movement of Capital Between Countries: Foreign Direct Investment
Application:Acquisition Investment into the United States Greenfield Investment FDI
In the Short Run: the Specific Factors Model FDI
In the Long Run Application:The Effect of FDI on Rentals and Wages in Singapore
Gains from Labor and Capital Flows Gains from Immigration
Application:Gains from Migration Gains from Foreign Direct Investment
New Explanations for International Trade Chapter / Part 3:
Note:Every chapter has the following end-of-Chapter materials
Summary, Key Terms, Exercises
Introduction to International Trade / Part 1:
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