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Insolvency within Multinational Enterprise Groups$
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Irit Mevorach

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780199544721

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199544721.001.0001

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Prototypical Scenarios of Insolvency within Multinational Enterprise Groups

Prototypical Scenarios of Insolvency within Multinational Enterprise Groups

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(p.127) 5 Prototypical Scenarios of Insolvency within Multinational Enterprise Groups
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Insolvency within Multinational Enterprise Groups
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Irit Mevorach

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199544721.003.0006

This chapter attempts to classify certain prototypes of MEG insolvency, hence, enabling some measure of generalization across cases and scenarios. The prototypes are described along three key factors identified in this chapter as relevant to the issue of insolvency within MEGs — the insolvency scenario dimension (i.e., which companies are involved in the process), the integration dimension (the level of inter-dependence among the group member) and the dimension of centralization (the extent to which the MEG was centrally managed and controlled). As the dimensions selected are first and foremost relevant for the issue of international insolvency of the MEG, the result is a suitable taxonomy that facilitates discussion in the subsequent chapters on desirable linking measures for insolvency within MEGs.

Keywords:   prototypes, insolvency scenario, integration, centralization

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