Transformations in Global Governance

Transformations in Global Governance

Implications for Multinationals and Other Stakeholders

New Horizons in International Business series

Edited by Sushil Vachani

The world of multinational enterprises is changing dramatically. Their complex and dynamic international context presents them with special challenges – threatening their survival on one hand, and presenting them with unprecedented opportunities on the other. In this volume, international experts analyze different aspects of the transformations in global governance: ideological variations, trade governance, competition policy and the rise of civil society. They discuss the implications for multinational–government relations, multinationals’ self-governance, relations with NGOs and issues of competitiveness.

Chapter 4: Multilateral Institutions and Market-Oriented Reform

Carlos Rufin

Subjects: business and management, international business


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