Established in 2008, Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR) is supported by the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment at Columbia University at the United States and The Investment Analysis Center at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). The periodical is edited by the Ottawa United Learning Academy (OULA) and published by Denfar Transnational Development (Denfar). It is a modern media journal dedicated to providing economic, policy, and business analysis of current issues related to transnational corporations (TNCs), foreign direct investment (FDI), institutional innovation, and international development. The journal emphasizes China's and other emerging economies' growing involvement in the global economy. FDI by TNCs is the most dominant and dynamic element of the global economy in terms of production value; and TNCR fills the urgent need for a journal on the topic that is available in both English and Chinese. It is the only journal published in English and Chinese in the West (Canada) that addresses the topic from modern economic and business theory and practice including knowledge management perspectives. The journal serves the needs of globally dispersed young professionals and senior graduates majoring in international economics and business. For more information about this journal, please click here TNCR Profile.pdf.
As a modern journal, we are among the very few outlets in these areas that encourage cooperative effort among scholars, industry practitioners, and policy makers through, for instance, co-authorship and co-reviewing.