Emerging multinationals in emerging markets

Published on Jan 1, 2009
· DOI :10.1017/CBO9780511576485
Ravi Ramamurti17
Estimated H-index: 17
,
Jitendra Vir Singh21
Estimated H-index: 21
Abstract
List of figures List of tables Abbreviations List of contributors Acknowledgements Part I. Introduction: 1. Why study emerging market MNEs? Ravi Ramamurti 2. Third world multinationals: a look back Louis T. Wells, Jr 3. Theoretical aspects of MNEs from emerging markets Alan Rugman 4. Does firm ownership matter? POEs vs. FOEs in the developing world Alice H. Amsden Part II. Country Studies: 5. Chinese multinationals: emerging through new global gateways Peter Williamson and Ming Zeng 6. Indian multinationals: generic internationalization strategies Ravi Ramamurti and Jitendra V. Singh 7. Russian multinationals: natural resource champions Daniel J. McCarthy, Sheila M. Puffer and Oleg S. Vikhanski 8. Brazilian multinationals: surfing the waves of internationalization Afonso Fleury and Maria Tereza Leme Fleury 9. South African multinationals: building on a unique legacy Andrea Goldstein and Wilson Prichard 10. Mexican multinationals: lessons from Cemex Donald R. Lessard and Rafel Lucea 11. Thai multinationals: struggling to enter the big league Pavida Pananond 12. Israeli multinationals: competing from a small open economy Yair Aharoni Part III. Conclusions: 13. What have we learned about emerging-market MNEs? Ravi Ramamurti Index.
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