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The eclectic paradigm has arguably turn into the dominant theoretical foundation within the examine of FDI, multinational organizations and internationalisation during the last twenty years. The contributions to this quantity review the eclectic paradigm within the international economic system and its validity as a theoretical foundation to appreciate advancements corresponding to fiscal globalization and the following progress of world and alliance capitalism.
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Indeed, he seems to assume that the internalisation and eclectic paradigms are trying to explain the same phenomenon. They are not. As far as I am aware, no one from the internalisation school has sought to explain the changing propensity of countries to invest, or be invested in, over time. International business and the eclectic paradigm 28 Nevertheless, Kojima is right in supposing my macro-economic perspective is different from his. Let me give an analogy: suppose the subject for explanation is the trade in goods.
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International Business and the Eclectic Paradigm: Developing the OLI Framework by John Cantwell, Visit Amazon's Rajneesh Narula Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Rajneesh Narula,