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Alan Rugman's Contribution to the field of International Business

Alan Rugman's Contribution to the field of International Business

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International Business Development and its major contributors
International Business Development and its major contributors

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Published by: smh9662 on Jan 30, 2013
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CAVE! HIC DRAGONES!Alan M. Rugman’s Contributionsto theField of International Business
Booz Allen Hamilton IMD Eminent Scholar Session2004 Academy of Management, New Orleans, LAComments byLorraine Eden, Texas A&M UniversityAugust 2004
Eden – Cave! Hic Dragones!1
I. IntroductionII. A Segue: Susan Strange and the DragonsIII. Alan Rugman’s Dragons
The “Big Bad” MNE v. Internalization TheoryThe Anti-Free Traders: Alan Rugman and theCUSFTA/NAFTA DebatePorter’s Diamond v. the Double DiamondThe Myth of Globalization v. the Reality ofRegionalism
IV. Conclusion
Eden – Cave! Hic Dragones!2
II. A Segue:Susan Strange and the Dragons
Susan Strange (1923-98)Susan Strange ’s own views about her role inacademia are summarized in her biography:
“I have tried to teach both students and children
not to expect justice in life--but to try hard to get it;to work hard--but to question authority, whether politicalor academic;to distrust ideologies--but to respect the evidence;to avoid following the crowd--but to trust your ownjudgment and to stand up for your own ideas.
The freedom to do so is one of which, in free countries, theuniversities should be the most jealous guardians. That and notthe service of the state is the true justification for their existence.”(Strange, 1998: bold added)
1 Susan Strange, “I Was Never Meant to be an Academic”, in Kruzel,Joseph and James N. Rosenau, eds. (1988)
 Journey through World Politics; Autobiographical Reflections of Thirty-four AcademicTravelers.
Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.
Eden – Cave! Hic Dragones!3

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