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Mroczek-Dąbrowska Katarzyna
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Rosińska-Bukowska Magdalena
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Year
2020 - 2022
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2010 - 2019
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Poland
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English
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The monograph is focused on the issue of the global economy of the 21st century and an ongoing transformation of typical enterprises, based on the division of functions and hierarchical structures, into network organisations with hybrid, globally-dispersed connections. The author argues that the most powerful corporations (Top-TNCs), in their strive to maintain the position of sector-specific leaders and the associated long-term competitiveness, pursue the model of business integration and position themselves as orchestrators of global business networks (GBNs). This monograph aims to prove that global business networks are a new model of building international competitiveness based on the concepts of networking, orchestration, and coopetition. The assessment of GBN competitiveness requires a multi-dimensional approach, enabling the evaluation of the synergic influence of both economic and intellectual capital on the process of creation of added value.
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This monograph touches upon the relatively under-researched subject of the process and degree of industry internationalisation. Situated between the micro- and macroeconomic perspectives, the book deals with economic subsystems which are rarely discussed in the international business literature but which constitute a vital pillar of national economics. As Prof. Krzysztof Wach from the Cracow University of Economics emphasises, the book fills a gap in the Polish publishing market not only regarding the idea itself, but also by applying innovative and up-to-date research methods. Additionally, the monograph not only concerns contemporary issues developed within new institutional economics and internationalisation theory, but has a pragmatic, applicative character aimed at expanding the Polish economy. As Prof. Bogusława Drelich-Skulska from the Wrocław University of Economics stresses, the issues discussed have a significant meaning for both developed and developing economies.
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