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Global Integration as Inter-Area Product Flows: The Internalization of Ownership and Location Factors Influencing Product Flows Across MNC Units

Alfredo J. Mauri and Arvind V. Phatak
MIR: Management International Review
Vol. 41, No. 3 (2001, 3rd Quarter), pp. 233-249
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40658193
Page Count: 17
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Global Integration as Inter-Area Product Flows: The Internalization of Ownership and Location Factors Influencing Product Flows Across MNC Units
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Abstract

Several authors in international strategy literature consider global integration the essence of international competition. However, despite the importance of global integration little effort has been directed toward measuring it based on the firm as the unit of analysis. This study focuses on the product dimension of global integration and develops a framework for its determinants based on the internalization of ownership and locations factors.

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