4 edition of Multinationals and Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Axèle Giroud, Alexander T. Mohr, and Deli Yang.|
|Series||RoutledgeCurzon international business in Asia series ;, 2|
|Contributions||Giroud, Axèle, 1970-, Mohr, Alexander T., Yang, Deli, 1964-|
|LC Classifications||HD62.4 .M8438 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004065142|
First published in , this book examines the nature of the Singapore economy and the role of multinationals within it. It describes the growth and development of the economy and its increasingimportance as a key financial, service and industrial centre in the world economy. Although Asia has been the world engine of economic growth since World War II, growth rates have differed sharply among the countries of the region. Still, all Asian countries have experienced some degree of growth limitation. Japan is facing the crucial issue of a quickly aging and shrinking.
Multinationals and development. [Alan M Rugman; Jonathan P Doh] -- "In this book, Rugman and Doh question some of the traditional development assumptions and paradigms, arguing that many are outdated or misguided. Multinational enterprises from emerging economies -- Multinationals and development in Asia -- Yang multinationals. A common mistake that non-native Asian project managers working in Asia make is thinking that Asia is a singular culture. Such individuals fail to realize that Asia is a geographic region comprised of numerous diverse cultures, each with its own character and rules of behavior. This paper examines the fallacy of thinking of Asia as a single culture through actual cases involving projects in.
general and South Asia in particular, which is lagging far behind than other continents of the globe. The book gives an interesting reading for those who want to know about the role of MNCs in developing economies, especially in the South Asian region. The most frustrating limitation of the book . Adopting an international business perspective, this book surveys recent business developments in Asia, and the activities of multinational firms in the region, focusing in particular on the changing nature of organizational and institutional relationships, including intra- and inter- organizational relationships, business relationships with institutions, and relationships with stakeholders.
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DOI link for Multinationals and Economic Growth in East Asia. Multinationals and Economic Growth in East Asia book. Foreign Direct Investment, Corporate Strategies and National Economic Development. Edited By Shujiro Urata, Chia Siow Yue, Fukunari Kimura. Edition 1st Edition.
First Published Cited by: 6/28/ Asia is remaking itself, and that means important strategic rethinking for Western multinationals doing business there. An excerpt from the new Harvard Business School Press book, Winning in Asia. by Peter J.
Williamson Many of the Western multinationals operating in Asia have a head start when it comes to achievi. International business (IB) research on Asian firms is on the rise, challenging conventional theories and providing opportunities for IB researchers to address several paradoxical issues such as ownership advantage and risk-returns.
The book focuses on IB research in Asia and addresses some of these problems in several keys areas of IB research. Although many firms label themselves 'global', very few can back this up with truly global sales and operations.
In The Regional Multinationals Alan Rugman examines first-hand data from multinationals and finds that most multinationals are strongly regional, with international operations in their home regions of North America, the US or Asia. This book brings together research on the spread of Japanese multinational firms around the world.
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East Asia has led rapid economic growth in the last few decades with India joining them over the last five years. Automotive parts manufacturers have been an important component of domestic production in all these economies.
Experts with several years of multi-disciplinary research experience on the field examine the actual and potential technological and localization implications of MNC. About this book. Introduction. economies Free Trade Agreements EU’s bilateral agreements Chinese FDI International trade Microfinance in South-East Asia Asian Nations and Multinationals Economic resource challenges HR challenges Chinese subsidiaries Asian food exports.
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This book epitomises his systematic and. This comprehensive book identifies the factors that contributed to the expansion of FDI inflows in East Asia and the factors that enabled recipient countries to utilize FDI effectively.
It includes detailed case studies on China, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia. Yeo, S. Dopson, in Organizational Learning in Asia, Abstract. The chapter explores team learning from a problem-oriented knowledge utilization perspective. Based on a framework of knowledge sharing and experimentation implemented in a large multinational organization in Saudi Arabia, this chapter offers several managerial implications for implementing learning-oriented change.
Read "Multinationals and Economic Growth in East Asia Foreign Direct Investment, Corporate Strategies and National Economic Development" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Developing countries in East Asia recorded remarkable economic growth until the Asian financial crisis erupted in mid Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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This timely edited volume addresses opportunities and concerns related to the impact of multinationals from emerging markets, based on a systematic theoretical analysis, in-depth empirical research, and case studies from Turkey, Russia, Latin America, Asia and Europe.
The rise of the Japanese multinational company (JMNC) marked, from the s onwards, an historic change in the structure and in the dynamics of the international economy. For the first time, businesses from a non-Western nation established a competitive global presence, and they did so by bringing their advanced products and management systems to the developed economies of Europe and North.
Central Asia, in its most common definition, is deemed to consist of five former Soviet Socialist Republics: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and a wider view, Xinjiang of western China, Mongolia, Afghanistan, and northern Pakistan are included.
Turkic, Indo-Iranian, and Mongolic peoples comprise its general ethnicities. The main religions of Central Asia are.Top-performing multinational companies increasingly now look to Asia Pacific as a testbed for innovation in their business models and services before introducing them to other parts of the world.
The revelation comes in a book, “Leadership Disrupted”, published in Singapore today by Mark Braithwaite, head of global executive search firm.The same can be said for companies in the North American and Asia-Pacific regions. Indeed, inthe average intra-regional revenue for the firms for which data was available was %.
These companies account for 76% of the world's largest firms and % of their revenues.