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Multinational companies from emerging economies: composition, conceptualization and direction in the global economy

Author: Goldstein, Andrea Series: International political economy series Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 205 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 023000704XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Multinational Companies from Emerging Economies Composition, Conceptualizion and Direction in the Global Economy Contents List of Tables List of Boxes Foreword by Louis T. Wells Preface Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations 1 Introduction 2 Trends in Southern OFDI 2.1 What is corporate nationality? 2.2 The quality of the data 2.3 Aggregate statistics 2.4 The geography of investment 2.5 Enterprise data 3 Toward an Industry Categorization 3.1 General features 3.2 EMNCs in oil and gas 3.3 EMNCs in non-financial services 4 The New Asian Multinationals 4.1 Asian Tiger multinationals 4.2 Nurturing and sustaining competencies in Chinese MNCs 5 Multilatinas 5.1 The early phase 5.2 The consequences of market reforms 6 Existing Theories and Their Relevance to EMNCs 6.1 The monopolistic advantage and the product lifecycle 6.2 Behavioral models 6.3 The eclectic paradigm -- ownership, location, internalization vii ix xiii xx xxii 1 7 7 10 11 15 24 31 31 33 40 52 52 61 67 67 68 74 74 77 79 6.4 Dynamic capabilities and the resource-based view 6.5 Conglomeration and internationalization 7 The Role of Governments 7.1 The role of support policies 7.2 The role of competition policies 7.3 The role of international policies 7.4 The political economy of EMNCs 8 Some Key Questions 8.1 The role of diaspora entrepreneurship in homeland FDI 8.2 The challenge of multinational management 8.3 Financial market issues 8.4 The impact on the host economies 9 Consequences for OECD Governments, Firms, and Workers 9.1 Motivations and entry modes 9.2 Performance 9.3 The risk of protectionism 9.4 Proactive strategies 9.5 A complex issue 10 Conclusions ­ The Way Ahead Appendix 1 Selected EMNCs' acquisitions in the OECD market Appendix 2 Representative disputes between EMNCs and host governments in developing countries Notes References Company Names Index Subject Index 84 87 94 94 99 102 104 117 117 122 127 130 136 136 139 142 144 146 148 153 165 169 181 199 205

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