Table of contents - Special Issue: Do multinational enterprise contribute to, or reduce global inequality?
Guest Editors: Shasha Zhao, Paul N. Gooderham, Anne-Wil Harzing, Marina Papanastassiou
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate multinational enterprises’ (MNEs) performance and impact in contexts beyond their own internal objectives.
A comment on the multifaceted relationship between multinational enterprises and within-country inequalityRajneesh Narula, Khadija van der Straaten
Whether by direct or indirect action (or by inaction), multinational enterprises (MNEs) can have both a positive and a negative effect on within-country social and…
Multinational enterprises and economic inequality: A review and international business research agendaAsmund Rygh
This paper contributes to laying a foundation for a research agenda in international business (IB) on multinational enterprises (MNEs) and economic inequality, through an…
Inequality through MNE–emerging economy coevolution? A political actor view on Myanmar/Burma’s peacebuildingJan Hermes, Irene Lehto
This study aims to understand how the coevolution of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and emerging economy institutions affects social and economic (in)equality in an…
The purpose of this study is to add to the existing research on critical perspectives on diversity management (DM). Specifically, this study examines the narratives of…
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Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Professor Rudolf Sinkovics
- Professor Mehdi Boussebaa