Factors Influencing the Organisation and Style of Management and their Effect on the Pattern of Industrial Relations in Multi-National Corporations
those that are internal and are generated within the corporation;
those that are external and influence the corporation’s industrial relations from outside. There will be, of course, an interaction between the internal and external factors which will determine the dynamics of the corporation’s industrial relations at each location of its activities and through time.
KeywordsHost Country Trade Union Industrial Relation Mining Company International Management
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 2.John C. Shearer: High Level-Manpower in Overseas Subsidiaries (Princeton University, 1960).Google Scholar
- 1.See J. H. Dunning: American Investment in British Manufacturing Industry (G. Allen & Unwin, 1958 ).Google Scholar
- 1.Harlan Cleveland and Gerard J. Mangone (eds.): The Art of Overseasmanship ( Syracuse, N.Y., Syracuse University Press, 1957 ).Google Scholar
- 2.John C. Shearer: High Level Manpower in Overseas Subsidiaries (Princeton University, 1960).Google Scholar
- 1.C. P. Hill, Shell Refining Company, London School of Economics Conference, July, 1968.Google Scholar
- 2.John C. Shearer: ‘Industrial Relations of American Corporations Abroad’, International Labour, I.R.R.A. Series (New York, 1967 ).Google Scholar