Globalisation, Multinational Companies and Emerging Markets

Ecoforum, Vol. 5, Issue 1(8), 2016

7 Pages Posted: 19 Jul 2017

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Alina Haller

Romanian Academy Branch of Iasi

Date Written: July 13, 2016

Abstract

Globalisation, far from meeting esoteric meaning requirements – everybody’s welfare –, created the conditions for a stronger and stronger presence of multinational companies, economic giants who did not avoid emerging markets, quite the contrary. The attraction of profit oriented the multinational companies’ attention towards the developing markets for the simple reason that here they could find with ease cheap factors of production and they could easily impose themselves by means of illusory promises. In the present paper we are going to analyse multinational companies and their effects on the emerging markets.

Keywords: economic development, economic growth, emerging markets, globalisation, multinational markets

JEL Classification: F43, F63, O10, O11, O40, O43

Suggested Citation

Haller, Alina, Globalisation, Multinational Companies and Emerging Markets (July 13, 2016). Ecoforum, Vol. 5, Issue 1(8), 2016, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3002002

Alina Haller (Contact Author)

Romanian Academy Branch of Iasi ( email )

Codrescu No. 2
Lasi, 700506
Romania

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