The original edition of, Organization Theory and the Multinational Corporation was a seminal influence in bringing together research on organization theory and international management, particularly the multinational corporation with contributions from leading thinkers. In this new edition, following the untimely death of Sumantra Ghoshal, the contributions have been revised and updated to reflect and incorporate new paradigms and thinking in both fields.
SUMANTRA GHOSHAL held the Chair of Strategic Leadership at the London Business School until his death in 2004. He received doctoral degrees in International Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management and in Business Policy at Harvard Business School. He was a recognized leader in the study of strategic and organizational challenges facing large, complex organizations. He was the author of twelve books and many articles that appeared in a wide range of scholarly journals. The Financial Times described him as, "arguably the most influential academic working in the field of international business".
D. ELEANOR WESTNEY is the Society of Sloan Fellows Professor in the Strategy and International Management group at the MIT Sloan School of Management. She has researched and written widely on cross-societal transfer and adaption of organizational patterns, organizations and social change in Japan, and the organization of multinational corporations. She is a leading figure in international business and management research.
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