With reference to developing countries.
|Statement||by Uday Bhanu Sinha.|
|Series||Occasional paper ;, no. 83, Occasional paper (Export-Import Bank of India) ;, no. 83.|
|Contributions||Export-Import Bank of India.|
|LC Classifications||HD2755.5 .S563 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||2001293422|
Book Description. This book examines how joint ventures work in practice. Drawing on extensive personal experience and using case study examples where appropriate the author analyses the various stages, discusses the problems of partner selection, implementation and control and points out the various benefits and pitfalls. International Technology Transfer and Stability of Joint ventures in Developing Economies: A Critical Analysis Occasional Paper No. 83, Export-Import Bank of India. I. Indian Industry In recent years, state capitalism has become an important buzzword in the development economics discussion (again).In view of the very different ways in which this term is used, Ilias Alami and Adam Dixon recently highlighted the dangers of using the term too loosely in an article in Competition and Change. In view of its recent popularity, state capitalism could suffer a similar fate to the. r*2:~.,f" / ELSEVIER Journal of Development Economics Vol. 55 () JOURNAL OF Development ECONOMICS International technology transfer and the technology gap Amy Jocelyn Glass a,,, Kamal Saggi b,l Department of Economics, The Ohio State University, North High Street, Columbus, OH , USA b Department of Economics, Southern Methodist Uniuersitv Dallas, .
INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES AS BOUNDARY SPANNERS: TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN AN EMERGING ECONOMY ZAHEER KHAN,1 YONG KYU LEW,2 and RUDOLF R. SINKOVICS34* 1Hull University Business School, University of Hull, Hull, U.K. 2School of Business, Sejong University, Seoul, Republic of Korea 3Centre for Comparative and International Business . On behalf of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), we surveyed joint ven-tures between domestic companies in developing countries and foreign compa-nies based in industrial countries to try to understand the difficulties that arise in negotiations leading up to a joint venture agreement and those that arise during the venture’s. A study of Joint Ventures - The challenging world of alliances 9 Pros and cons of JVs and strategic alliances It’s finely balanced Creating a joint venture can be viewed differently by the parties. One could see it as the first step in a staged sale and at the same time the other as a thorough due diligence and valuation process for an. The study reported here concentrates on a particular form of international corporate entry into developing countries: cross-border joint ventures (JVs). Although offering a variety of positive incentives, ranging in principle from the reduction of financial exposure to the.
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