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Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development

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Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development
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Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development
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eng
Summary
This volume reports the results of the large international 'MNEmerge' research project, financed by the European Commission, and provides an understanding of the impact of multinational enterprises on United Nations Millennium Development Goals and successive Sustainable Development Goals in developing countries
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International Business & Management
Series volume
v.33
Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development
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Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development
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Contents
  • "MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT" -- "Contents" -- "List of Contributors " -- "About the Authors " -- "Introduction: How Multinational Enterprises Can Contribute to Achieving Sustainable Development Goals" -- "1. Sustainable Development Agenda: How Far We Have Gone?" -- "2. MNEmerge Project: Aims and Objectives" -- "3. Chapters in this Issue" -- "References" -- "The Impact of Multinational Enterprises on Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction: Research Framework" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Research Question" -- "3. Theoretical Background" -- "4. Conceptual Framework" -- "5. Methodology" -- "5.1. Case Studies" -- "5.1.1. Case 1: Blue Skies, Ghana" -- "5.1.2. Case 2: Nestlé, Ghana" -- "5.1.3. Case 3: Novartis, India" -- "5.1.4. Case 4: Sanofi, India" -- "6. Findings" -- "6.2. Linkage and Spillover Effects" -- "6.3. Role of Policy Makers" -- "6.4. NGOsâ{u0080}{u0099} Role" -- "6.5. Host Country Government Role" -- "6.6. Poverty Reduction" -- "7. Discussion and Conclusions" -- "References" -- "The Contribution of the Pharmaceutical Industry to the Health Status of the Developing World" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Setting the Background: Interrelationships between Health and Economic Development" -- "3. Pharmaceutical Products as Key Determinant of Health Outcomes" -- "3.1. Scoping Study on the Pharmaceutical Industryâ{u0080}{u0099}s Contribution to Health Promotion" -- "3.1.2. Results" -- "3.1.2.1. Areas of Contribution of Pharmaceutical Industry to Health in Developing Countriesâ{u0080}{u0083}We classified the papers according to two broad categories of how pharmaceutical companies can contribute to health. We found that 36 articles focus on access to m"
  • "3.1.2.2. Strategies of Pharmaceutical MNEsâ{u0080}{u0083}We also classified the articles according to how the pharmaceutical industry can improve health, both conceptually and empirically. This classification provides a qualitative interpretation to the analysis, and t" -- "3.1.2.3. Pharmaceutical MNEs Are Part of a Complex Systemâ{u0080}{u0083}We could identify three types of initiatives in the pharmaceutical industry, as presented in Table 6. According to 28 articles, pharmaceutical companies proactively carry out activities that can le" -- "3.1.2.4. Focus of Pharmaceutical MNEsâ{u0080}{u0083}Lastly, 54 out of the 76 articles retrieved in our search query specify at least one disease in the discussion on access to medicines and/or drug discoveries for the developing world. The absolute majority, as shown i" -- "4. Discussion and Conclusions" -- "References" -- "MNEs Contribution to the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Research Questions" -- "3. Methods" -- "4. MNEs in the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector" -- "5. Foreign Direct Investment and MNEs in the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector" -- "6. Contribution of MNEs Toward Research and Development in India" -- "7. NMEs and NBEs in India" -- "8. Intellectual Property Regime and MNEs in the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector" -- "8.1. Case of Imatinib Mesylate" -- "8.2. Case of Sorafenib Tosylate" -- "9. Discussion" -- "References" -- "On Nudging MNE Toward SDG1: A Policy Perspective" -- "Introduction " -- "Conceptual Framework: How MNE Impacts Poverty" -- "BoP Market Investment" -- "CSR Investment" -- "Compilation of Corpus" -- "A Meta-Analysis of the Abstracts" -- "How Policy Can Play a Positive Role" -- "How Policy Can Play a Negative Role" -- "How Impact Can Be Both Good and Not so Good" -- "Conclusion" -- "References"
  • "Corpus obtained from Scopus applying â{u0080}{u0098}Multinationalâ{u0080}{u0099} AND â{u0080}{u0098}Povertyâ{u0080}{u0099} in title or keywords or abstract in descending order of number of citations." -- "MNE Led New Market Creation in Emerging Countries: The Case of Bt Cotton" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Salient Findings of the Literature on Bt Cotton" -- "2.2. Findings" -- "3. The Indian Case Study" -- "3.2. Controversy Generation" -- "3.3. Policy Swings" -- "3.4. Present Situation" -- "4. Discussion of Findings" -- "5. Concluding Remarks" -- "References" -- "Author Bios" -- "Corpus for Meta-Analysis" -- "Returns from Strategies Adopted by MNEs to Improve Global Health and Wellbeing: Third Sustainable Development Goal" -- "Sustainable Development Goals and MNEs" -- "Strategies of Pharmaceutical MNEs" -- "Branded Generics" -- "MNEâ{u0080}{u0099}s Investments: Greenfield versus Brownfield" -- "Engagement of Local Firms in Innovation" -- "Brand for Marketing of Medicinal Drugs" -- "Brand for Quality Assurance" -- "Branding for Recovery" -- "Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility for Brand Loyalty" -- "Distribution for Penetration" -- "Publicâ{u0080}{u0093}Private Partnership" -- "Market- and Competition-Based Pricing" -- "Reciprocity" -- "Methodology" -- "Analysis" -- "Discussion" -- "Indirect Returns on Social Development Initiatives" -- "Direct Returns on Social Development Initiatives" -- "Recommendations" -- "References" -- "MNEs and Capabilities Building in Ghana" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Literature Review" -- "2.1. FDI, Knowledge Transfer, and Local Capability Building" -- "2.2. FDI and Managerial Knowledge Transfer" -- "3. Background: Industrial and Economic Development in Ghana" -- "3.1. FDI Inflows Africa and Ghana" -- "4. Methodology" -- "5. Main Findings" -- "5.1. Chinese MNEs" -- "5.2. European MNEs" -- "6. Conclusions" -- "7. Policy Implications" -- "References"
  • "MNEsâ{u0080}{u0099} Contribution to Sustainable Energy and Development: The Case of â{u0080}{u009C}Light for Allâ{u0080}{u009D} Program in Brazil" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Literature Review" -- "2.1. Infrastructure" -- "2.2. Linkages with Local Firms and Technological Knowledge" -- "2.3. Government Regulation and Incentives" -- "2.4. Employment Effects of Multinationals" -- "2.5. Gender Inequality" -- "2.6. Role of FDI on Poverty" -- "3. Overview of the LfA Program of Brazil" -- "4. Impact of LfA" -- "4.1. Conceptual Framework for Impact Assessment" -- "4.2. Quantitative Assessment of the Impact of LFA" -- "4.3. Impact on the Sources of Electricity and the Critiques" -- "4.4. Impact of LfA: Qualitative Interview 2016" -- "4.4.1. Interviewâ{u0080}{u0094}South" -- "4.4.2. Interviewâ{u0080}{u0094}North" -- "4.5. Contribution of MNEs in Renewable Energy Supply" -- "4.6 Reasons for Positive Contribution in Brazil" -- "4.6.1. Local Expert Development Along with the Development of Local MNEs" -- "4.6.2. Infrastructure" -- "4.6.3. Banking System" -- "4.6.4. Brazil Is a Global Leader of Renewable Energy" -- "4.6.5. Policy Incentives" -- "4.7. Factors Leading to Suboptimal Effect from FDI" -- "5. Conclusions" -- "References" -- "Multinational Enterprises, Sustainable Development and Poverty Alleviation: Past, Present, and Future" -- "Introduction" -- "The Past" -- "The Present" -- "The Future" -- "Conclusion" -- "Policy Implications" -- "Limitations" -- "References"
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