Multinational business and globalisation Question: In what sense and, if so, in what way has international business been a major force behind economic integration and
economic globalisation? Reading: John Dunning, ed., Making globalisation good: the moral
Multinational business and globalisation;
Question: In what sense and, if so, in what way has international business been a major force behind economic integration and economic globalisation?
Reading: John Dunning, ed., Making globalisation good: the moral challenges of globalisation (Oxford, 2003); Alfred D. Chandler and Jr., Bruce Mazlish, eds.,
Leviathans : multinational corporations and the new global history (Cambridge : Cambridge, 2005)
make sure to use the books which are recommended for the essay question. I will be attaching my globalisation lecture notes .it will very important that you use
information that which has been explained in the lecture as my tutor had specified that.
Read the following assignment presentation requirements carefully, and follow them.
1. The assignment should be 2,500 words long – no shorter and no longer. If you need to’bulk it up’, incorporate some extra academic reading.
2. It should have 11/2 line spacing
3. It should have exactly a 2.5 cm margin on the left hand side, and a 4 cm margin on the right hand side.
4. The assignment word count excludes the appendices and references.
5. Within your answer, cite authors’ contributions by their name, using ‘surname + year of publication’ e.g. Shum (2011); Buchanan and Huczynski (2010), not by their
journal article title, the journal name, or name of their book.
6. All quotations should have the page indicated on which they appear e.g. Shum, 2011, p.405
7. Do not use footnotes or reference numbering. Place all author citations at the end of the essay in the references section.
8. In the references section, list the authors alphabetically, by first author surname. 9. For journal articles, include author name, year, article title, journal
name, volume number, issue number and page range, e.g.:
Shum, P.K. (2011), ‘Paganini’s first concerto’, Business History, vol.24, no.3, pp. 403-441 10. For books, include author name, book title, publisher, place of
i. Huczynski, A.A and Buchanan, D. (2013), Organizational Behaviour,
8th edition, Prentice Hall / Financial Times, Harlow, Essex
11. In the References, always give full details about an author’s original journal article / book, irrespective of which publication you found it in – NOT: Brown
(2004) found in
Shum (2011). Give the full Brown reference instead.
12. When using research / reading do not just ‘name drop’ author names + year in your answer (e.g. ‘Smith 2012’). Rather, explain your author’s contribution (research
finding, opinion) that the cited author makes to your argument/discussion (e.g. “Smith’s (2010) finding showed that …”; “Smith (2010) argued that …” You need to
examiners that you have actually read the material and understand it.
13. Find a trusted friend with a good command of written English, to proof read your
final version before submission. Use font size 12.