Transformations in Global Governance: Implications for Multinationals and Other Stakeholders
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'This book brings attention to the growing complexity of managing multinational firms in light of the rise to significant power of non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International and...Read more
'This book brings attention to the growing complexity of managing multinational firms in light of the rise to significant power of non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International and the anti-WTO coalition. It also considers the renewed public doubts about MNE legitimacy as the free-market model comes under greater criticism, especially in emerging markets. The book adds very useful value in illuminating situations in which companies are facing increased impact of pressure groups as well as governments in their international business. The menu of papers really gives the reader some food for thought, and specifically for thinking about how more acceptable governance of MNEs can be pursued in the 21st century.' - Robert Grosse, The Garvin School of International Management, US 'In recent years a number of excellent books have been published on the failure of corporate governance. However, nothing compares with Sushil Vachani's Transformations in Global Governance, a gripping account of global corporate governance provided by recognized IB scholars.' - Subhash C. Jain, University of Connecticut, US 'An excellent book for scholars, business leaders, and policymakers that makes good on its title - Transformations in Global Governance. Sushil Vachani and the book's contributors identify how the governance structures of organizations are being transformed - not just shifted or adjusted. NGOs, the WTO, multilateral institutions, multinationals, host governments and many other stakeholders have new roles and rules that are redefining how one governs a successful and socially responsible global enterprise. A must read for those intending to lead their organization's change efforts in our global economy.' - Stephen A. Stumpf, Villanova University, US and co-editor of Handbook on Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business
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