International management control in multinational corporations: the case of Japanese consumer electronics firms in Asia
An analysis describing international management control is presented. The analysis focuses on Japanese multinational corporations and tests applications to the country's electronics companies. The timing and type of organizational control needed for international operations is considered vital for the success of the corporation. It is shown that most Japanese electronics firms have managed to keep their international subsidiaries concentrated in achieving corporate goals.
Publication Name: ASEAN Economic Bulletin
Multinational Firms Globe Strategies, Host Country Indigenisation of Ownership and Welfare
The cost-benefits derived by host country indigenization of subsidiaries of multinational firms are analyzed. An optimal level of absorbtion is derived over which social costs exceed benefits. A formulation is provided to aid in determining this level. The optimal level for private buyers is different from the level for public ownership.
Publication Name: The Journal of Development Economics
Multinationals' response to repatriation restrictions
A model of repatriation restrictions and the way they can decrease the capital investment of multinationals.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control
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