9780230001923

Small Firms, Global Markets Competitive Challenges in the New Economy

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  • ISBN13:

    9780230001923

  • ISBN10:

    0230001920

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-01-15
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Summary

This volume examines the forces and factors that shape the global competitive environment for small firms, and identifies representative case examples of successful and unsuccessful responses to competition from around the world. Additionally this book addresses academic, policy, and business practice issues vis-a-vis small enterprise survival. The introduction to the volume lays out the principal, overarching argument that the challenge to, and responses by, small firms in the era of globalization can best be addressed and understood through taking a holistic approach - one in which political and economic, macro and micro, industry-level and firm-level interact symbiotically.

Author Biography

JORG TREMMEL holds an MBA in economics from the European Business School and a PHD at the Univerisity of Stuttgart, whose dissertation title is: 'Population policies in the context of Ecological Intergenerational Justice'. He has founded Foundations for the Rights of Future Generations in 1997, and is scientific director of it.

JERRY HARR is Professor of Management & International Business and Senior Fellow in both the Knight-Ridder Center for Excellence in Management and Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center, College of Business Administration, Florida International University.

Table of Contents

Preface
Principles of Intergenerational Justice
Rule Change and Intergenerational Justice
The Impossibility of a Theory of Intergenerational Justice
John Rawls on Rights of Future Generations
Justice between Generations: Limits of Procedural Justice
Institutional Determinants of Public Debt: A Political Economy Perspective
Methodology of the Sustainability Indicator
The Role of CPB in the Dutch Economy
German Proposal for the Institutionalisation of Generational Justice in the Constitution
A Constitutional Law for Future Generations - the 'other' form of the social
Contract:the generation contract
Institutional Protection of Succeeding Generations
Commission for Future Generations in the Knesset - Lessons learnt
Nira Lamay
The Finnish Committee for the Future
The French Constitution and the Environmental Charter
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