What are the major factors affecting the autonomy of foreign subsidiaries, and the ways that head offices control them, in international firms?
The autonomy of foreign subsidiaries in large internationalised organizations differs among different organizations. To be specific, the major factors affecting the autonomy of foreign subsidiaries are forces for global integration, forces for local responsiveness, and administrative heritage of the company.
Forces for global integration reflect the need for global efficiency. The major incentive is to achieve manufacturing economies of scale wo…
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