Part I. General
1. The European Enterprise. Its Relevance and Problems
Harm G. Schröter
2. European Corporations: Ownership, Governance, Strategies and Structures. A Review of Five Countries: United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain
Franco Amatori, Andrea Colli
3. Europe as Home and Host to Multinational Enterprise
4. Common European Assets: A Japanese View on the ‘European Enterprise’
Part II. Impact of Brussels
5. Defining a European Vehicle: Community Standards as Integration Tools or Trade Barriers for European Enterprises?
6. Scotch Over Bourbon
7. The Impact of European Integration on Institutional Change in Switzerland
8. European Institutions and Enterprises in Sweden
9. Facilitating Technology Services: National and European Standards and the Shaping of FORCE Technology, 1940–2005
Part III. Europe as an Aim and as a Tool
10. The European Enterprise as a “Fortress” — The Rise and Fall of Unidata Between Common European Market and International Competition in the Early 1970s
11. Europeanisation and Americanisation: Converging Backgrounds of German and Dutch Top Managers, 1990–2005
Wouter Fioole, Hugo Driel, Peter Baalen
12. Suez Towards a European Enterprise (1982–2006)?
13. Greek Business in Southeast Europe: National, Regional, or European?
14. Did the Progressive Absorption of the French Paper Industry Create European Firms?
Marc de Ferriére le Vayer
Part IV. European Business or Business in Europe?
15. The Rise of the New Public Service Transnationals: European or Global Phenomenon?
Judith Clifton, Francisco Comín, Daniel Díaz-Fuentes
16. Corporate Responses to Institutional Changes — the Effects of Europeanisation in the Case of Denmark, 1973–2003
Martin Jes Iversen
17. European, Global or Norwegian? The Norwegian Aluminium Companies, 1946–2005
Pål Thonstad Sandvik
18. Changing Transnational Affections. Orkla, Elkem and Norwegian Big Business, 1960–2004
19. European Challenges and Opportunities: The Role of Europe in the Internationalisation of Spanish Firms
Núria Puig, Adoratión Alvaro, Rafael Castro
Part V. Conclusion
20. The Development Toward a European Enterprise: Results and Conclusions
Harm G. Schröter
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