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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 4 (48), 2013
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND ISSUES OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Veselova A. S.
PhD student, Chair of Strategic and International Management, Higher School of Management, St. Petersburg State University

Multinational corporations out of growing economies: applicability of the existing theories (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article discusses applicability of the existing theories in the study of multinational corporations emerging out of growing economies. The specificity of the object of study requires new theoretical approaches
Key words: multinational corporations, growing economy, direct foreign investments, competitive advantages
Pages: 144 - 147




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1 emerging economies 113 , UNCTAD (developing countries) (LDCs), [2]
2 net outward investment position

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