The motivations of managers of very small firms and very large firms are not very different .Critically examine this view.

more attention to how big global businesses are networks of production chains. Includes a lot of case studies.]





Articles in Current Affairs Magazines

ROBINS, N. Loot: The worlds first TNC.[The East India Company], RESURGENCE, pp 12-6 Jan/Feb 2002 [PG25]

CARR, M Doffing caps to the corporation [MNC takes over local firm  Govt doesn t (or cant?) do anything] RED PEPPER, pp 19-21 Jan 2001 [PG7]

RED PEPPER Debate: HINES C and PALMER J For Good or Evil [TNC power] Aug 1998 [PG20]

PROTZ, R Trouble Brewing [defending local brewers/.pubs against TNC breweries] RED PEPPER pp 26-7 July 2000. [PG30]

MOSS A Trade secrets [500 companies dominate world trade] EARTHMATTERS pp 12-3 Sum 2001 [PG10]

THE ECONOMIST Schools Brief Worldbeater Inc [MNCs] pp 132-3 Nov 22 1997 [PG48]

THE ECONOMIST Economics Focus: Footloose firms [TNCs too mobile for workers?] p 99 Mar 27 2004 [PG112]

LAWSON J Havens and Have-Nots [tax havens and corporations] ETHICAL CONSUMER, pp 30-33 Sept/Oct 2004 [PG18]





(and the chris fuller lecture note is in the attached in tnstruction)