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Dunning’s Eclectic Paradigm Introduction 2 Academic Literature 2 Ownership-Specific Advantages 3 Internalization Advantages 4 Location Specific Advantages 5 Critical evaluation 6 Comparison with other theories 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Bibliography 12 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Academic Literature 3 Ownership-Specific Advantages 4 Internalization Advantages 5 Location Specific Advantages 6 Critical evaluation 7 Comparison with other theories 9 Conclusion 10 References 11 Bibliography 12 Introduction Investment in foreign land by the multinational firms has been a major issue of discussion over the past decades.
At the present economic environment such theories and models are considered to be very important as the importance of multinational organizations to the global economy has increased significantly. Dunning’s eclectic paradigm theory is one of the most widely discussed theories in the world of international production. This paper attempts to present a clear description of this theory and several of its dimensions. The paper also includes a proper analysis of the criticisms that the Dunning’s model has faced over the years. There are several other theories on the similar subject and Dunning’s theory can be compared with those to analysis the effectiveness of it. This paper includes such a comparative analysis that is likely to help an individual to have a clear conception regarding the entire picture of such theories. Academic Literature John H Dunning is famous in the international business arena for his ‘Eclectic Paradigm’ theory. It is actually the integration of several theories on internationalization. ...
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