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Authors: Georgios Zekos (Amvrosia Komotini, Greece) 
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Subject scope: Globalization, law, economics, social policy

MNEs are key actors within the world economy alongside the states. Is there currently a legal personality for MNEs in international law? Law reflects moral connections and it is not static which means that its content is shaped according to new situations and demands. In many situations MNEs have already been acceded as subjects of international law – Iran versus US claims tribunal 1981 . There is a tendency to admit MNEs as actors in international law. It could be said that MNEs are not in position to freely decide if they accept their responsibilities according to international law and especially in the human right field. There is a need for more transparency in MNEs actions. MNEs are key actores in globalization and they have a duty to act in conformity with international law. This author thinks that there is a need in distinguishing between the MNE as an economic entity and so allowing the national law of establishment, the private international law and the international commercial law to deal with the economic matters and the MNE as a whole unit (parent company with all subsidiaries regardless its separate establishment in various states under national laws) an international social policy actor in globalization whose actions affect the global world.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Introduction

Chapter I - Introduction to MNEs
1.1 Definition of MNEs
1.2 Issues of MNEs
1.3 Evolution of Modern MNEs
1.4 The eclectic paradigm (OLI)

Chapter 2 - MNES and the Law
2.1 Legal Forms of MNEs
2.2 The role of legal factors
2.3 MNE and Codes
2.4 MNEs, National and International Law
2.5 States and International Law
2.6 The CSR and Human Rights Obligations of Private Corporations presently under International Law
2.7 MNEs and The Norms

Chapter 3 - MNE and Integration
3.1 Integration
3.2 MNE and regional integration

Chapter 4 - The Impact of MNES
4.1 Location of MNE
4.2 MNE and Home States
4.3 Expansion of MNE
4.4 MNE and Subsidiaries
4.5 Multinationals and embeddedness
4.6 Multinationals and social responsibility
4.7 MNE and FDI
4.8 Multinationals and taxation
4.9 Entrance of MNE and Training of the workforce
4.10 MNE and performance
4.11 MNE and Manufacturing Systems
4.12 Transfer of Technology
4.13 Transfer of Prises
4.14 Planning and multinationals
4.15 Management of MNE
4.16 The management of international R&D
4.17 Codification of knowledge flows by MNE

Chapter 5 - The Role of FDI
5.1 FDI
5.2 FDI and Development
5.3 FDI and Competition
5.4 FDI and Productivity
5.6 FDI and Labour
5.7 Information Technology and FDI
5.8 EU AND FDI

Chapter 6 - Globalisation, MNE and Finance
6.1 Globalisation
6.2 Globalisation and Integration
6.3 The evolvement of FDI, MNE and Globalization
6.4 Globalisation and FDI
6.5 Globalisation and Development
6.6 Globalisation, Law and Economy
6.7 Globalisation and Marketing
6.8 Financial Globalization
6.9 MNE, Law and Finance
6.10 Monetary Policy and Financial Markets
6.11 Globalisation and Finance
6.12 Finance and Dollarization
6.13 Finance and EU

Chapter 7 - Digital, MNE and E-Commerce
7.1 “Digital Economy.”
7.2 E-commerce
7.3 E-commerce and Internet
7.4 Logistics in Globalisation and E-commerce
7.5 E-Commerce and Industrial Distributors
7.6 Characteristics of Digital Economy
7.7 Digital Economy and Globalisation

Conclusions

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-60021-831-8
   Status: AV
  
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