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In an inﬂuential paper, Arthurs argues that this restructuring of corporate governance in the context of economic integration plays the major role in the ‘hollowing out of corporate Canada’. US-owned ﬁrms have reduced the autonomy of their main centres of decision-making in Canada, reducing the resources and power of those corporate man- 38 Multinationals, Institutions and the Construction of Transnational Practices agers who were more acquainted with distinct Canadian institutions and culture.
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The same research programme also looked at US multinationals in three other European countries, which allows different host country environments to be taken into account. , 2005: 278). There are, then, distinct political issues facing TNCs, and these entail continuing uncertainty and negotiation. We now offer a framework to address these issues. Power and political processes Realms of power TNCs operate in several different political spheres. It is useful conceptually to distinguish three of these.