The Rise of Spanish Multinationals: European Business in the Global Economy

Published on Sep 5, 2005
Mauro F. Guillén35
Estimated H-index: 35
Preface 1. Spanish firms come of age 2. The nature of the multinational firm Part I. The Process: 3. The family-controlled and worker-owned multinationals 4. Deregulation, oligopolistic competition, and internationalization 5. The Spanish banks go global Part II. The Consequences: 6. Spain's new financial role in the global economy 7. Foreign policy and international stature 8. Spain's enduring image problem 9. Public opinion, the labor unions, and the multinationals 10. Europe, Spain, and the future of its multinational firms Appendix: data and sources Bibliography Photographs Index.
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