With transnationals now of immense significance to many economies and thus seeming to have immense leverage over host governments, this book looks at what can be done to influence the behaviour of these corporations. With a case study of Glaxo.
Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of tables; Acknowledgements; THE POSSIBILITY OF A STRATEGY; BRITAIN'S RECENT ATTITUDE; CONTRASTING ATTITUDES ELSEWHERE; A MONITORING STRATEGY; ISSUES OF CONCERN; THE FORM OF ACCOUNT; TOWARDS AN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ACCOUNT: A CASE STUDY; DISCUSSION OF THE GLAXO CASE STUDY; CO-OPERATION BETWEEN COUNTRIES; A SIGNIFICANT STEP FOR BRITAIN; Bibliography; Index
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