Oxford Handbook of International Business by Alan M. Rugman, Thomas L. Brewer

By Alan M. Rugman, Thomas L. Brewer

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However, until the nineteenth-century (with the development of the modern multinational enterprise), Mira Wilkins has recently noted that try as hard as she could, and after consultation with many other scholars, she was unable to identify a single manufacturing company that extended as a firm over borders to sell and/ or manufacture its products abroad. Likewise, the parents of mining companies abroad were not existing mining enterprises. ). 28 This is a minority viewpoint and most (not all) students of the history of multinational enterprises would, I believe, now accept the proposition that there is a basis for (a legitimacy to) the separation of the multinationals of earlier epochs from those of post-industrial revolution enterprises that have occupied (and continue to occupy) the main attention of historians of multinational enterprise.

As noted the research on trust helps explain some of the pre-industrial multinational enterprises, where communication was slow, but well-established norms signaled appropriate behavior (strategies and tactics). 35 The work of Alfred Chandler, with his emphasis on large-scale enterprise and economies of scale and scope, has dominated the business history field; however, in the last decade, a number of scholars have been concerned that in considering US business history in particular, Chandler did not pay adequate attention to the importance of ‘specialty production’.

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