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Purpose – This paper aims to argue that the on‐going professionalization and dissemination of the current wave of corporate social responsibility (CSR) concepts and instruments leads to a headquartering effect, i.e. the concentration of CSR‐related decision‐making within corporate headquarters....
Purpose – This paper aims to critically review the ownership, location and internalization (OLI) model and the Uppsala internationalization process (UIP) framework. We suggest that the inclusion of concepts such as corporate entrepreneurship, host country institutions and regulatory focus in an...
Purpose – This paper aims to critically engage with the premise of development at the “bottom of the pyramid” through consideration of the current and potential future status of the workers who dismantle end‐of‐life ships in the breaking yards of “less developed countries”, here with specific...
Purpose – The aim of this article is to carry out a critical analysis of the view that core countries’ knowledge holds sway over that of the periphery and to offer a reassessment of Lahiri’s Anglo‐Eurocentric point of view and the implications this has for scientific discussion in the field of...
Purpose – This paper aims to discuss the discourse of globalisation and its implications in the case of state‐owned jute mills (SOJMs) in the post‐colonial state of Bangladesh. Design/methodology/approach – The authors draw upon a critical debate on the concept of globalisation and critical...
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