Resources, Efficiency and Globalization by P. DimitratosResources, Efficiency and Globalization by P. Dimitratos

Resources, Efficiency and Globalization

byP. DimitratosEditorM. Jones

Hardcover | February 12, 2010

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International business for the modern firm has to compromise the need to use limited resources and achieve efficiency in the global marketplace. This book examines these issues from the viewpoint of the internationalized SME, the big multinational and the local subsidiary drawing on research conducted in different countries.
DR PAVLOS DIMITRATOS Assistant Professor, Athens University of Economics& Business, Greece.DR MARIAN P. JONES Professor, University of Glasgow, UK.
Title:Resources, Efficiency and GlobalizationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:333 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 1.14 inPublished:February 12, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230236537

ISBN - 13:9780230236530

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Table of Contents

Agglomeration and Flows of Inward and Outward Direct Investment: An Analysis of Financial Services in the UK Career Orientation of the 21st Century Knowledge Professionals Knowledge Management and Growth Strategies: Evidence from Chinese Knowledge-Intensive New Ventures Resources of Multinational Enterprises Used for Corporate Political Activities in the European Union Using the Resource-Based View to Advance International Entrepreneurship: An Empirical review on How Far have we Come Since Peng's 2001 Predictions? A Conceptualization of e-Risk Perceptions and the Offline-Online Risk Trade-off for Small Firm internationalization Hybrid Competitive Strategies for Achieving Superior Performance During Global Expansion: Small And Medium-Sized Enterprises Originating in SMOPECs Which Come First: Domestic or Foreign Subsidiaries? Analysis of Global Integration and Local Responsiveness Among Japanese Service Companies The Internationalisation of Knowledge Based Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises from Syria Experience and Performance in Inter-unit Knowledge Transfer Standardization vs. Adaptation of the Marketing Mix Strategy in SME Exports The Importance of Location: Does Outward FDI lead to Unemployment? Barriers to the internationalisation of SMEs: The perspective of support service providers Embedded Subsidiaries and the Involvement of Headquarters in Innovation Transfer Processes Interorganizational Governance Value Creation through Improving Supplier Responsiveness: The Role of Virtual Integration, Commitment and Knowledge Sharing in International Customer-Supplier Relationships