Multinational Enterprise Theory Vol. - II: Internationalization Process of the MNE Ed by Jeffrey A. Krug and John D. Daniels

By: Krug, Jeffrey AContributor(s): Daniels, John DMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Sage Library in Business and ManagementPublication details: Los Angeles Sage Publications 2008Description: 334pISBN: 9781412935135Subject(s): International Business EnterprisesDDC classification: 338.88
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Volume Two Internationalization Process of the MNE PART FOUR: PROACTIVE MOTIVATIONS FOR FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) A: Monopolistic Advantage Theory The Influence of Hymer's Dissertation on the Theory of Foreign Direct Investment The Theory of Direct Investment The Efficiency and Welfare Implications of the International Corporation B: Appropriability and Internalization Theories The Theory of the International Firm Information and the Multinational Corporation An Appropriability Theory of Direct Foreign Investment New Theories of the Multinational Enterprise An Assessment of Internalization Theory C: Eclectic Theory The Eclectic (OLI) Paradigm of International Production Past, Present and Future D: Product Life Cycle (PLC) Theory International Investment and International Trade in the Product Cycle PART FIVE: THE INTERNATIONALIZATION PROCESS A: Risk and Commitment Minimizing the Risks of Moving Abroad The Internationalization Process of the Firm A Model of Knowledge Development and Increasing Foreign Market Commitments B: Political, Economic and Social Risk The Environmental Determinants of Foreign Direct Manufacturing Investment An Ex Post-Empirical Analysis U S Joint Ventures in China Motivation and Management of Political Risk New Institutional Economics and FDI Location in Central and Eastern Europe PART SIX: MODES OF ENTRY A: Entry Mode Choice The Effect of National Culture on the Choice of Entry Mode Trade, Foreign Direct Investment or Acquisition Optimal Entry Modes for Multinationals Liability of Foreignness and Entry Mode Choice Taiwanese Firms in Europe B: Timing of Entry A Theory of Foreign Investment Possibility Modes and Timing PART SEVEN: EMERGING MNC FORMS Global Start-ups Entrepreneurs on a Worldwide Stage Born Global or Gradual Global? Examining the Export Behaviour of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises B: Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME) SME Internationalization and Performance Growth versus Profitability SME Internationalization Research Past, Present and Future

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