II Abstract Purpose: The objective of this study is to analyze the content of disclosure on internal control in multinational corporations’ annual reports and to investigate the determinants of disclosure. The study questions whether there are differences in the content, volume and quality of disclosure.
The terms multinational company (MNC), multinational enterprise (MNE), and transnational corporation (TNC) are widely and interchangeably used by international business commentators, practitioners and scholars. Firms are specialized social communities which help in transfer of knowledge and power both within and across national borders.
The MSc Global Corporations and Policy programme is designed for those engaged in, or aspiring to, professional careers in the public, corporate or not-for-profit sectors related to the political and economic management and regulation of multinational corporations.
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The MSc Global Corporations and Policy (GCP) programme is designed for those engaged in, or aspiring to, professional careers in the public, corporate or not-for-profit sectors related to the political and economic management and regulation of multinational corporations.
Multinational companies are a serious force in today's world, and some worry that their influence on basic human rights and values is ultimately negative. The relationship between multinationals and basic human rights has always been a contentious one. Opinion on the issue is sharply divided.
Multinational corporations participate in business in two or more countries. MNC can have a positive economic effect on the country where the business is taking place.
The purpose of this dissertation was to conduct an empirical examination of the types and degrees of control exerted by Swiss Multinational Corporations (MNCs) on their Foreign Subsidiary Companies located in India, in dependence of certain structural and environmental properties.