North-South Business Linkages

Theoretical Reflections and Perspectives

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Resumé

Based on empirical studies of linkages between TNCs and local firms in India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Ghana and South Africa, five themes are discussed and related to present theoretical perspectives. The themes are (1) Linakge Governance; (2) Globalisation and the dynamics in developing countries (the TNC-driven markets in developing countries); (3) The upgrading impact of FDI; (4) Non-equity linkages as a platform for business development, and (5) The learning perspective on international business linakges. The chapter offers at the end a three-dimanional model for impacts of business linkages.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelTransnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries : Linkages and Upgrading
RedaktørerMichael W. Hansen, Henrik Schaumburg-Müller
Antal sider25
Udgivelses stedCopenhagen
ForlagCopenhagen Business School Press
Publikationsdato2006
ISBN (Trykt)9788763001755, 8763001756
StatusUdgivet - 2006

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Developing countries
India
Empirical study
International business
Globalization
Business development
Ghana
Malaysia
South Africa
Governance
Equity
Upgrading

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Sørensen, O. J., & Kuada, J. (2006). North-South Business Linkages: Theoretical Reflections and Perspectives. I M. W. Hansen, & H. Schaumburg-Müller (red.), Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press.
Sørensen, Olav Jull ; Kuada, John. / North-South Business Linkages : Theoretical Reflections and Perspectives. Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. red. / Michael W. Hansen ; Henrik Schaumburg-Müller. Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006.
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Sørensen, OJ & Kuada, J 2006, North-South Business Linkages: Theoretical Reflections and Perspectives. i MW Hansen & H Schaumburg-Müller (red), Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. Copenhagen Business School Press, Copenhagen.

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Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. red. / Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Schaumburg-Müller. Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006.

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Sørensen OJ, Kuada J. North-South Business Linkages: Theoretical Reflections and Perspectives. I Hansen MW, Schaumburg-Müller H, red., Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press. 2006