Ow does the relationship between business and government change when companies go global and what are the implications?
Unfortunately the subject is not listed above. The subject is Business in world politics.
Here is the overview of the course: This module explores the role of business in world politics from the perspectives of both International Relations and Management Studies.
The module draws on International Relations literature on global governance, non-state actors, co-regulation, private governance and power to explore different roles that business plays in world politics, including as lobbyists, partners in governance and agents of implementation. It will also examine whether and, if so, why the influence of business in world politics has increased. In addition, the module draws on Management Studies literature on non-market strategy, corporate political activity and international business to address questions such as why companies engage in politics (and, indeed, why some dont), why they choose specific strategies of political engagement, and what the challenges and opportunities of a?thina? regulation at the global level are.
Here are the question. As you may see, the question relates to the Business-Government relationship, and whether globalisation has changed this relationship.
1) How does the relationship between business and government change when companies go global and what are the implications?
The academic literature states that when businesses are global they are more powerful than government. Indeed a power shift has ocurred. Because when the business company is global, it can just leave the country therefore the government is dependent on the business.
Hence the government cannot control the business (as much anymore)
I think a proper structure to answer this question would be :
How does the relationship between them look before the company is global.
Illustrate the changing relationship, (AS the question assumes that something has changed) and as a result the implications of the changes.
I think therefore one empirical company is necessary but i could not find one