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Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises Vol: 28

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25 Jun 2015
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
568 pages - 152 x 229 x 48mm
Advances in International Management
Volume 28 of the Advances in International Management focuses on the opportunities and challenges for multinational enterprises that consider emerging economies as their destinations or their homes. Chapters in this volume examine the rise of home-grown multinational enterprises in emerging economies and the challenges they face when they enter developed markets. They also analyze the co-evolution of and the dynamic interaction between market institutions and business organizations in emerging economies. The volume provides a forum for thought-provoking ideas, empirical research, and discussions, and is ideal for researchers and doctoral students whose work touches emerging markets.
Introduction to Part I: PWC Strategy & Eminent Scholar in International Management 2014. From International Business to Intranational Business. The Value of Breadth and the Importance of Differences. Semiglobalization: A Relevant Reality. Introduction to Part II: Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises. The Co-Evolution of Pro-Market Reforms and Emerging Market Multinationals. A Resource Environment View of Competitive Advantage. The Effectiveness of the State in Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment: The “Go Global” Policy and State-Owned Enterprises. How External and Internal Sources of Knowledge Impact Novel and Imitative Innovation in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Colombia. Managing Innovation in Emerging Economies: Organizational Arrangements and Resources of Foreign MNEs in the Chinese Pharmaceutical Industry. Determinants of Board Roles in IJVs in China: Control and Collaboration. Sources of Competitiveness and Multinationality: Emerging Market Firms in the Electronics Industry. Corruption and Foreign Direct Investment: A Study of Guatemala. An Integrated Model of Upgrading and Catchup by Emerging Economy Firms. Framing International Operations Management: Contributions from Emerging Country Multinationals. Business Group Effects on the Innovation-Internationalization Relationship: Evidence from the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector. What Do We Know about State-Owned Emerging-Economy Firms, and How? Evaluating Literature about Inward and Outward Multinational Activities. Why Do the Turkish Firms Invest in Mainland Europe?. Foreign Entry Mode Choices of Emerging Market Multinationals: The Role of Institutional Voids in Shaping Strategic Cognition. Is Springboard FDI Strategy Effective? Evidence from Turkish Acquisitions. Editors’ Biographies. Copyright page. Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises. EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION. List of Contributors. Advances in international Management. Emerging Economies and Multinational Enterprises. Authors’ Biographies. Dedication. Acknowledgments.

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