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Transnational communities and their impact on the governance of business and economic activity

Abstract : The collective endeavor that has culminated in the production of this volume has allowed us to explore an interesting diversity of empirical settings in which transnational communities could be identified and seemed to play a role. In this concluding chapter, we take stock of what we can learn from a systematic comparison of transnational communities and of their role in those very different settings. Through such a comparison, we get a clear picture of the peculiar nature of communities with a transnational scale and scope. In the fi rst section of the conclusion, we outline some key findings in that regard. In the second section, we then reflect more particularly on the impact that transnational communities have on the governance of business and economic activity.
Keywords : Transnational
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Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Sigrid Quack. Transnational communities and their impact on the governance of business and economic activity. Marie-Laure Djelic; Sigrid Quack. Transnational Communities, Cambridge University Press, pp.377 - 413, 2012, 9781107406162. ⟨hal-01891966⟩

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