volume 27, issue 3, P217-220 2019
DOI: 10.1108/mbr-09-2018-0062
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Jonathan P. Doh

Abstract: Purpose The relationship among foreign direct investment, multinationals, inequality and growth is a vexing one that has occupied considerable scholarly and practical attention for many decades. To date, international business scholars have not fully concerned themselves with this issue (Buckley, Doh and Benischke, 2017, for an exception). This paper aims to briefly review this literature and report some of the insights of this work. The author draws from and integrates this literature, concluding that multin…

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