English, Article edition: International R & D: The Establishment and Evolution of Research and Development Abroad by Seven U.S. Multinationals Robert C Ronstadt

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  • International R &​ D: The Establishment and Evolution of Research and Development Abroad by Seven U.S. Multinationals
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  • Robert C Ronstadt
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  • This article summarizes the author's extensive investigation of the research and development investments made abroad by seven U.S.–based seven multinational organizations. The article describes the factors that affected the initial Investment in 55 R&​D units established abroad by the Exxon corporqtion (its energy businesses); the Exxon Chemical Company; International Business Machines(IBM); the chemicals and Plastics Group of Union Carbide Corporation; CPC International; Otis Elevator Company; and the Corning Glass Works. The article also discusses the evolution of the same 55 R&​D units established abroad by these seven multinationals.© 1978 JIBS. Journal of International Business Studies (1978) 9, 7–24
  • RePEc:pal:jintbs:v:9:y:1978:i:1:p:7-24
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