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2008 | 16 | nr 5 | 59-71
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The Tortuous Road to Geocentrism in MNC Management

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This essay draws mostly on theoretical work and empirical findings accumulated within the international management fields. It focuses on the evolution of management philosophies and strategies followed by MNCs since the mid-1960s. (fragment of text)
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  • CEU Business School in Budapest
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