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This book, the fourth volume in the McGill International Entrepreneurship series, brings together 25 top scholars to explore the structural complexities, evolving relations and dynamic forces that are shaping the new system of multi-polar, multi-level international business relations. It examines entrepreneurial efforts and relations in different country- and corporate-cultures, each embedded in, and also constrained by, country specific socio-economic structures while competing for consumer attentions in global competitive an industry structures that recognizes no boundaries across the world. The new millennia has experienced much rapid change, much of it implicit, intangible and not covered by the headlines of the popular press. An emerging multi-polar and multi-level international business relations, and structures, system, gravitating strongly towards the productive firms providing for the consumers of the world, including the burgeoning consumers of the emerging andare developing economies, is replacing the bipolar of system of 20th Century that was, mainly between based on the large and productive firms of highly developed countries and consumers of the developing countries. The authors in this volume, scholars from around the world, analyze the nascent architecture and relations in the newly emerging system. They explore the structural complexities, evolving relations, and dynamic forces that are shaping and re-shaping the new system and examine entrepreneurial efforts and relations that cement the system. They cover different levels and layers of inter-relations and dependencies, at times empowering and at times constraining. The chapters in this volume portray the operating conditions of many firms from, or active in, 13 emerging- country environments and industries ranging from basic foods and information technology to complex business processes.