The spatial organisation of corporations : a case study of the multinational chemicals industry with specific reference to ICI
This thesis is about the spatial implications of multinational corporations. It is argued that a better understanding of these spatial impacts can be achieved only by focusing on the complex organisation of corporate structures. Such an emphasis provides a supplementary perspective which can be used to explain the emergence of a new international division of labour during the 1970s and 1980s, a phenomenon which must be viewed partially as the outcome of the multinational evolution and...[Show more]
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