Monopolistic Advantage Theory

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  • Monopolistic advantage theory, first proposed by S. H. Hymer in his doctoral thesis and later expanded by C. P. Kindleberger, explains the reasons multinational corporations (MNCs) are able to compete ...

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    • Competitive Forces
    • Corporate Profiles
    • Countries
    • Cultural Environments
    • Economics of International Business
    • Economic Theories of International Business
    • Ethics, Corruption, and Social Responsibility
    • Export/Import Strategies
    • Foreign Direct Investment
    • Globalization and Society
    • Human Resource Management
    • International Accounting
    • International Finance
    • International Monetary System
    • International Trade
    • Legal and Labor Issues
    • Management and Leadership
    • Manufacturing and Operations
    • Marketing
    • Political Environments
    • Regional Economic Integration
    • Supranational and National Organizations
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