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Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR) is collaborated with Taylor & Francis for publishing at www.tandfonline.com/rncr.

Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR) is an academic journal dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed, high-quality research on issues related to transnational corporations. For more information about the journal, please click here.

Name: Transnational Corporations Review (in English); Kuaguo Gongsi Pinglun (in Chinese)
Series No.: ISSN 1918-6444 (Print); ISSN 1925-2099 (Online) Languages: English/Chinese
Publishing Period: March, June, September and December
Abstracts/Indexes/Membership: ALJC, AMICUS, ASSIA, Cabell's, CrossRef, EBSCO, EconLit, IBSS, IBZ,
PAIS, ProQuest, RePEc, SPD, SSCI/SCI (under review), SSRN, and Ulrichs
Editing/Publisher: Ottawa United Learning Academy and Denfar Transnational Development
Address: 1568 Merivale Rd. Suite # 618, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2G 5Y7
Websites:
www.tnc-online.org; www.tnc-online.net
Email: info@tnc-online.org

Our journal is among the very few outlets in the field of international business and economics that encourage and publish cooperative efforts among scholars, industry practitioners, and policy makers.

 To look at the TNCR’s top articles, please click here.

 

  • Choosing the degree of formalisation of activities: deciding with stakeholders  
  • Entrepreneurship and a healthcare system in Africa: a theoretical reflection 
  • The influence of culture on entrepreneurial intentions: a Nigerian university graduates’ perspective  
  • Factors limiting the flow of food innovation ideas from modern food retailers to local food suppliers in Tanzania  
  • From political independence to economic emancipation: reseeding Africa with entrepreneurship and institutions to accelerate economic development  
  • Moving the G20’s investment agenda forward   
  • Enabling Chinese FDI in Canadian oil sands: process and structure                                                  ~ More ~
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