Multinationals In China: Business Strategy, Technology And Economic Development by S. ZhangMultinationals In China: Business Strategy, Technology And Economic Development by S. Zhang

Multinationals In China: Business Strategy, Technology And Economic Development

byS. Zhang, R. Pearce

Hardcover | December 2, 2011

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Though it's widely understood that inward foreign direct investment has played a major role in mediating China's emergence into the international economic system, how and why MNEs have implemented their involvement as part of their global strategy is less well understood. This book explores the nature of the MNE in this era of globalization.
ROBERT PEARCE is Professor of International Business Emeritus at the University of Reading, UK. He has published extensively in the areas of international business and economics. His current research interests are in the global strategies of MNEs, their creation and application of technology and the application of these aspects of thei...
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Title:Multinationals In China: Business Strategy, Technology And Economic DevelopmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:159 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.67 inPublished:December 2, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230577415

ISBN - 13:9780230577411

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Introduction - China, Multinationals and the Global Economy Strategic Diversity in the Contemporary Multinational; Roles of Subsidiaries and Laboratories The Strategic Roles of MNE Subsidiaries and the Position of China in the Global Economy: Integration or Isolation? Technology Sourcing of Subsidiaries: Differentiation and Dynamism Subsidiary-level R&D and Competitive Development in China Determinants of Location and Roles of MNE Subsidiaries in China Multinationals in China: a Process of Shared Development?