FDI (ownership), Innovations and Production Paradigms in Comparative Perspective Some preliminary remarks. Csaba Makó Insitute of Sociology Hungarian Academy of Sciences www.sow.hu. Contents. The importance of FDI in the modernisation of Central European Economies
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FDI (ownership), Innovations and Production Paradigms in Comparative Perspective Some preliminary remarks
Insitute of Sociology
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Dominant role of MNCs in Hungary (1999)
* Average wages in Hungarian-owned firms = 100 %
Ownership and Innovation 1999 – 2001
(Iwasaki 2004, p. 111)
Distribution of organisational models by group of countries
*Terms used by Lorenz 2004.
Members of the research team participating in the work focused on the production paradigm analysis within the Working Group of Sociology of Organisation and Work (www.sow.hu)
Csaba Makó, Miklós Illéssy, Péter Csizmadia, Katalin Melles and Emőke Palócz