Inequality, Geography and Global Value Chains

By (author)LEE

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This contributed volume provides theoretical and empirical insights into a variety of contemporary issues about inequality, geography, and global value chains in today?s world, where global disruptions are prevalent, globalization is being transformed, and multinational enterprises (MNEs) are under pressure to promote sustainability. Many challenges and tensions created by growing inequality within and between countries, cities, and individuals, coupled with recent disruptions in the global economy, beg important questions regarding the role of MNEs. A valuable resource for scholars and students in international business, the book provides a richer understanding of how MNE activities are being affected by the complex dynamics of the modern global business environment and discusses what strategies they need to implement in order to adapt to a changing world, while accounting for the interests of a broader range of stakeholders.

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Book Author

LEE

Edition

1st

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9783031240898

Language

English

Pages

296

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