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please answer the three questions in the word file. you must use just the reference that I attached to answer the questions.

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1.You are employed by a large national chemical manufacturing firm that is considering its first investment in an emerging market. Your boss is concerned – while she senses an unprecedented opportunity to grow the firm, she is also mindful of the demonstrations surrounding a recent gathering of world leaders in which activists voiced a wide range of concerns over the perils of globalization. She appreciates the need to position the chemical manufacturing firm in the eyes of prospective stakeholders, but is unsure where to target. In the hopes of establishing a position that is neither overly exploitive, nor overly transformative, your boss has asked you for a report detailing the two most extreme positions that the chemical manufacturing firm could occupy. Compare and contrast these two characterizations of the MNE-stakeholder relationship in emerging markets, providing examples you think will illustrate your position? Topic: The exploitive MNE and the transformative MNE 2.As the geographic (country) manager for a rapidly expanding multinational industrial manufacturer, you are responsible for managing the manufacturing operations in a developing economy. Business is fantastic. Pursuing the mandate given to you by your boss (“your job is to win at any cost”), your annual bonus alone has grown at a compounded annual rate of 50% over the past three years. Yet, your conscience has also been growing heavy. You have come under increasing local pressure as a consequence of an indigenous newspaper reporter’s efforts to investigate the following incidents associated with your operations: (i) the high incidence of infant mortality experienced in households situated adjacent to a lake into which your plant is discharging effluents; (ii) the recent attempted suicide of two employees who were told that they would lose their jobs if they did not agree to extend their workday by four hours, despite already working eleven hours per day during a six day work week; and, (iii) the allegation that your domestic managers regularly secure expedited customs clearance for the raw materials needed at your manufacturing plant by taking local officials on jaunts to a nearby casino. A telephone conversation with a trusted mentor-professor from the college where you earned your business degree leads to the professor urging you to consider either leaving the company or, initiating an appeal to headquarters to change its exploitive ways in favour of becoming more responsive in its foreign business dealings. You choose to accept the challenge of appealing to headquarters and decide to write a memo to initiate your efforts. However, you are cognizant that while you are familiar with the distinction between exploitive and responsive approaches adopted by MNEs, headquarters may dismiss these terms as “academic mumbo jumbo.” What should you say in your memo to headquarters? Topic: The exploitive MNE and the responsive MNE 3 While the two extreme characterizations of the MNE-stakeholder relationship (exploitive and transformative) tend to garner the most media attention, it is the more moderate perspectives of the MNE-stakeholder relationship (transactional and responsive) that tend to predominate in the context of FDI in emerging markets. However, given that these two perspectives represent the middle ground along the spectrum between exploitive and transformative, the distinctions between transactional and responsive characterizations of the MNE-stakeholder relationship in emerging markets are occasionally blurred. Clarify the differences between the transactional and responsive perspectives by comparing and contrasting the two characterizations, using examples that you think illustrate your position? Topic: The transactional MNE and the responsive MNE
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henryprofessor
School: Purdue University

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Running head: THE FUTURE OF TRANSNATIONAL

The Future of Transnational
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THE FUTURE OF TRANSNATIONAL

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The Future of Transnational
The exploitive MNE and the transformative MNE
In this case, the company has the desire to transform the various ways used lower the cost
factors of productions and to create cheap labor. Because of this, most of the MNEs has been
encouraged to get into the market, but the big challenge facing MNE is how to respond to the
situation. Exploitative MNEs herein is the case where the employees are subjected to long
workweeks, restrictions at work place, low wages and infringing the rights of the workers.
Another negative image seen is the one in relation to sweatshops. This is the case that relates
poor working environment. The working rooms are not well ventilated despite the high
population, poorly lit; the environment is generally unsafe for the employees. ...

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