Table of contents for Transformations in global governance : implications for multinationals and other stakeholders / edited by Sushil Vachani.

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Preface 	
	
PART ONE PART TITLE
1.	Introduction	
Sushil Vachani
2.	The Globalization of Competition Policy 
Robert T. Kudrle
3.	Does the WTO Matter?	
Steven M. McGuire and Thomas C. Lawton
4.	Multilateral Institutions and Market-Oriented Reform 
Carlos Rufin
5.	Business Strategy in a Changing Nonmarket Environment
John Ahlquist and Aseem Prakash
6.	Governance and the Stakeholder Corporation 
James E. Post and Tanja D. Carroll
7.	Multinationals in Global Governance	
David L. Levy and Peter Newell
8.	Managing the Interdependence between Multinationals and Developing Countries 
Pervez N. Ghauri and Xuefei Cao
9.	Globalization and the Development of Competing Standards for Corporate Conduct	
Petra Christmann and Glen Taylor
10.	Global Governance, Social Responsibility and Corporate-NGO Collaboration
Jonathan P. Doh
11.	Legitimating Global Governance
Jeffrey A. Hart
12.	The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an 
increasingly Liberalized trading Environment
Lou Anne Barclay
13.	Home Country Governance Quality and the "Bonding" Hypothesis
Paul M. Vaaler and Burkhard N. Schrage

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

International business enterprises.
Commercial policy.
International economic relations.
International economic integration.