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Click to edit Master subtitle style  11/11/09 The Tortuous Evolution of  Multinational corporation  -Reetika Agarwal
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 11/11/09 Why be a multinational ?  Being multinational is considered to  be prestigious, progressive, dynamic,  geared to the future than provincial  corporation.  Degree of multinationality is related to  firms long term viability   A new kind of institution
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 11/11/09 Ownership Criteria Organization Structure Nationality of senior executives Percent of investment overseas
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 11/11/09 Home-country Attitudes Feeling of superiority, trust, and reliability  towards home nationals than foreigners     Policy followed by ethno-centric business is  that men from home nationality are recruited  and trained for key positions everywhere in the  world.  
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Host Country Orientation   Assumption that host country culture are  different and that foreigners are difficult to 
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2009 for the course MBA 6543-01 taught by Professor Howard during the Spring '09 term at OKCU.

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