Multinational corporations sustainability thesis

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A multinational corporation is an agency which owns assets in at least one country other than its domestic market. Anything of value qualifies for this label, ranging from a partnership, office space, or retail product. A joint partnership could also transform a company into a multinational corporation under certain circumstances. The nature of the multinational corporation is that it runs through a centralized hierarchy that focuses on the primary office in its home nation. Each office, product, or contract receives direct, local support from the organization to create revenues, but those who manage the foreign markets must still report to the C-Suite of the firm — which could be half of a world away. This structure is what makes a multinational corporation different, by definition, from a transnational organization.

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Examining the controversial dilemma MNCs multinational corporations face in EMEs emerging market economies while simultaneously focusing on economic growth and social responsibility. What are the factors that allow a company to integrate a new business strategy that incorporates social responsibility successfully while staying align with the business objectives and achieving economic growth? In my Bachelor thesis I want to elaborate on the issues that companies in Emerging Market Economies EME are confronted with when it comes to building a workplace and maintaining an environment that are sustainable but at the same time satisfying the interests of shareholders. I would like to refer to different theoretical perspectives on CSR and outline the costs and benefits of corporate sustainable activities for Multinational Corporations in EMEs.
A service of the UW Tacoma Library. Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations. Most people used to think that businesses are taking advantages from consumers. Nonetheless, nowadays stakeholders are not only concern about profits; they are more interested in company regarding various economic, environmental, ethical, governance, and social aspects, since these factors significantly affect the fate of the company in long term.

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