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Managing Transnational Firms als Buch von
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Managing Transnational Firms:Resources, Market Entry and Strategic Alliances

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Nature of the Transnational Firm:

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Nature of the Transnational Firm:

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Social Capital and its Impact on Born Transnati...
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Social Capital and its Impact on Born Transnational Firms:BestMasters. Auflage 2014 Martin Krikken

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Ausländische transnationale Firmen im Ölbereich Kasachstans:Kann ein Gesetz über Lobbying den Korruptionszustand in der Erdölwirtschaft Kasachstans lösen? Arailym Kubayeva

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Social Capital and its Impact on Born Transnational Firms:Auflage 2014 Martin Krikken, Martin Krikken

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Der Mythos der Nation im Transnationalen Raum
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1.1 Globalisierung und Nationalismuswelle Die Intensivierung der transnationalen Beziehungen durch neue Entwicklungen in der Technik (Telekommunikation, Transport usw.), Wirtschaft (Multinatio- le Firmen, Globalisierung des Kapitals usw.) und Politik (Entstehung regionaler Mächte wie der Europäischen Union) wird häufig von Sozialwissenschaftlern als eine Aufhebung des Nationalstaates und des Nationalismus betrachtet (z. B. Robertson, 1992; Bauman, 1995; Castells, 1996; Rosecrane, 2001; Kitching, 2001). Die folgende Schlussfolgerung von Michael Ley ist ein Beispiel für die weit verbreitete Theorie über die Aufhebung des Nationalismus als Folge der Globalisierung im europäischen Kontext: Mit dem Ende des Zeitalters der Nationalstaaten, der Entstehung supranationaler Institutionen und der Ausb- tung von Zivilgesellschaften verliert der Nationalismus seine Voraussetzungen. Die Inszenierungen nationalistischer Mythologien gehören mit wenigen A- nahmen zur Vergangenheit der europäischen Religionsgeschichte (Ley, 2005: 165). Michael Ley, der den Nationalismus als einen modernen Mythos und kul- rellen Barbarismus bezeichnet (2005: 8 und 13), bewertet am Ende seiner Arbeit ost- und südosteuropäische Staaten auf Grund ihres Nationalismus als nicht 1 modern genug (2005: 91). Seine Eindrücke von Neonationalismen in ehema- gen Ostblockländern spiegeln eine widersprüchliche Benutzung des Begriffs Moderne:

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Transnational Conflicts and International Law
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Ever since 9/11 the legal classification of transnational conflicts between states and non-state armed groups, such as Al Qaeda, has become a highly debated topic. While repeatedly referred to as the War on Terror, the legal qualification of the conflict between the US and Al Qaeda remains controversial: US military operations in Afghanistan against Al Qaeda and the use of drones against alleged terrorists in Pakistan, Yemen and other states pose the question as to whether this conflict truly qualifies as one single global war. Similarly, transnational conflicts such as the Colombian operation against a FARC base in Ecuador, Israels fight against Hezbollah in Lebanon, and Turkish operations against the PKK in northern Iraq pose difficulties as they transcend individual nations˙ political systems and geographical borders. Whether the law of war (i.e. humanitarian law) is applicable to such conflicts and to what extent human rights law binds the states involved is debated. This work aims to provide structure to the current debate and analyzes the applicability of both humanitarian law and human rights law. Furthermore, it examines and explores approaches to enhance and develop the existing legal framework, including proposed new legal regimes for transnational conflicts. The author argues against the strict separation of international humanitarian law and human rights law and instead borrows from Colombian authorities experience in their struggle with the FARC to develop an alternate solution, combining both legal regimes in an integrated approach. Dr. iur. Constantin von der Groeben holds a PhD from the University of Cologne and an LLM in international legal studies from the New York University School of Law. He studied law at both the University of Heidelberg and the University of Cologne, during which time he was awarded a scholarship by the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes). Dr. von der Groeben has taught courses in international humanitarian law and EU law in Bogotá, Colombia prior to pursuing his two year legal clerkship (Referendariat) in Berlin. During his time as a law clerk he worked for the district court of Charlottenburg, the office of the prosecutor in Berlin, the German Foreign Ministry, a prestigious international law firm in London, and the German Federal Parliament (Bundestag). Dr. von der Groeben currently practices constitutional, administrative and European law in Berlin.

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Transnational Corporations and Transnational Go...
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Transnational Corporations and Transnational Governance examines the different kinds of distance-related barriers related to cross-border investment. Different forms of governance, whether inside the firm or as part of its network of external relationships, have the aim of reducing uncertainty and creating a more predictable environment.

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Forecasting, Warning and Responding to Transnat...
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Assembling a high profile group of scholars and practitioners, this book investigates the interplay of forecasting; warnings about, and responses to, known and unknown transnational risks. It challenges conventional accounts of failures of warning and preventive policy in both the academic literature and public debate. TOM VANDER BEKEN Professor at Ghent University, Belgium, and Director of the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP) OLIVIER BORRAZ Research Professor at the Center for the Sociology of Organizations at Sciences Po in Paris, France VILLE BRUMMER Head of R&D at Crisis Management Initiative, Helsinki, Finland CLEMENTINE BURNLEY Senior Project Manager at Adelphi Research HENRIK CARLSEN Deputy Research Director of the Division of Defence Analysis at the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden CORENE CROSSIN Employed at Control Risks political risk consulting practice in Asia Pacific DAVID DEMERITT Professor of Geography, Convenor of the Hazards and Risk Group and Director of Graduate Studies at Kings College London, UK ANA-MARIA DUTA Conflict Specialist at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, the Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen, Italy WARREN H. FISHBEIN Coordinator at the Global Futures Forum (GFF) of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research in the U.S. Department of State, USA MARC S. GERSTEIN Head of MGA Ltd., USA, a management consulting firm, and is President of the Organization Design Forum BASTIAN GIEGERICH Senior Researcher at Bundeswehr Institute of Social Sciences, SOWI, Germany JAN GOLDMAN Teacher at the National Defense Intelligence College in Washington, DC, USA MICHAEL HUBER Professor for Higher Education Studies in the Faculty of Sociology and Director of the Institute of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Bielefeld, Germany THOMAS F. HUERTAS Vice Chairman of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors and Director, Banking Sector, Financial Services Authority, UK RAPHAËLE MAGONI Researcher on migration flows, the permeability of the EU external border and related security issues at the European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy. SEBASTIEN NOBERT Post-doctoral Research Associate in the Risk and Hazards Group in the School of Social Science and Public Policy of the Department of Geography at Kings College London, UK SIR DAVID OMAND GCB Visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies at Kings College London, UK HENRY ROTHSTEIN Senior Lecturer in Risk Management and Deputy Director of the Centre for Risk Management at Kings College London, UK ED SCHEIN Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus at the MIT Sloan School of Management, USA WILLIAM SHAPCOTT Director General for Personnel and Administration at the General Secretariat of the EU Council of Ministers JAMES SMITHER Director of Consulting Projects at Control Risks GILLIAN TETT Managing Editor of the US edition of the Financial Times, USA FABIAN WAGNER Senior Research Scholar at International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria

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Stand: 09.04.2018
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