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ERIC Number: ED085603
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Dec
Pages: 54
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Multinational Business Enterprise and Its Implications for Library Research.
Walker, Loretta; Gerhan, David
The multinational business enterprise is treated as a newly emerging transdisciplinary subject of research. After an historical background sketch, there follows a discussion of the significance of the phenomenon of the multinational firm and its implications for various segments of society--government, labor, business, academia, etc. These segments are all seen as probable clients who are likely to tax the research library's resources. Evidence of increasing research interest in recent times concerning multinational business is demonstrated, in spite of severe methodological and bibliographic hazards likely to be encountered. A three-part, 38-page bibliography of materials in various formats (abstracts, indexes, directories, guides, statistical handbooks; books; and serials) concludes the study. (Author/DS)
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Authoring Institution: Union Coll., Schenectady, NY. Schaffer Library.