Cooperative Strategy: Managing Alliances And Networks, Third Edition, 2019 University of Richmond
Cooperative Strategy: Managing Alliances And Networks, Third Edition, John Child, David Faulkner, Stephen Tallman, Linda Hsieh
Cooperation has become the leading strategy adopted by business and other organizations. It is taking on new forms that are adapted to changing market expectations and technological possibilities in the rapidly evolving business environment. This new edition of Cooperative Strategy provides a comprehensive view of the practical and theoretical literature concerning cooperative strategies, and the alliance and network organizational forms that are the enablers of these strategies. It takes the reader through the stages of developing a cooperative alliance, from choosing a cooperative form and selecting partners, to establishing an alliance and managing the process of cooperation. It examines cooperative ...
Do Not Post--America’S Forgotten Project: Tapline And The Rise Of A New Capitalist Order In The Levant, 1945-1950, Eric Raimondi
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College
Exchange Rate Volatility And Disaggregated Manufacturing Exports: Evidence From An Emerging Country, 2019 Edith Cowan University
Exchange Rate Volatility And Disaggregated Manufacturing Exports: Evidence From An Emerging Country, Duc Hong Vo, Anh The Vo, Zhaoyong Zhang
ECU Publications Post 2013
The link between export performance and exchange rate policy has been attracting attention from policymakers, academics, and practitioners for some time, particularly for emerging countries. It has been recently claimed that implementing a policy that devalues the currency in Vietnam is an important factor for enhancing its export performance. However, it is also argued that such a policy could result in the harmful consequence of exchange rate volatility. This study analyzes the link between exchange rate devaluation, volatility, and export performance. The analysis focuses on the manufacturing sector and 10 of its subsectors that were engaged in the export of ...
Syllabus (Spring 2019), 2018 Eastern Illinois University
Syllabus (Spring 2019), Todd Bruns
Todd A. Bruns
Syllabus (Fall 2019), 2018 Eastern Illinois University
Syllabus (Fall 2019), Todd Bruns
Todd A. Bruns
Uganda Invest In Foreign Markets: Uganda As A Case Study, 2018 Pepperdine University
Uganda Invest In Foreign Markets: Uganda As A Case Study, Morgan T. Lynch
The Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship & the Law
No abstract provided.
Implementing A Portable Reciprocity Passport To Crowdfund Real Estate Across Borders, 2018 Pepperdine University
Implementing A Portable Reciprocity Passport To Crowdfund Real Estate Across Borders, Raymond Tran
The Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship & the Law
No abstract provided.
Impacts Of Globalization: Educational Reforms Shifts The Public Into A Recurrent Devalued Socioeconomic Era For Minorities, 2018 The University of San Francisco
Impacts Of Globalization: Educational Reforms Shifts The Public Into A Recurrent Devalued Socioeconomic Era For Minorities, Jacqulyn Washington
This article delves into the breakdown of the impact globalization have on the success of minorities in urban centers. While expanding on the many factors that contribute to the success of minorities, it informs the reader how education, being a huge indicator of success, has been underserved to the poor and minorities. Lacking many resources, this blockage has been further strained through the local government, multinational corporations, educational reforms, and Translocal politics.
Doing Business In Myanmar, 2018 Singapore Management University
Doing Business In Myanmar, Ma Cherry Trivedi
Asian Management Insights
Dressing up the bride.
As one of the untapped frontiers of newly emerging markets, Myanmar is rich in natural resources, underpopulated but with growing purchasing power, and an easy place to do business. From the outside, the country is very inviting, and there is considerable interest in doing business in Myanmar today. But internally, we have several pockets of obstacles.
Is There A Housing Bubble In China?, 2018 University of Rhode Island
Is There A Housing Bubble In China?, Grant West
Senior Honors Projects
I chose to study the housing market in China because of the dual-degree program in which I am enrolled at the University of Rhode Island. The Chinese Flagship Program is dedicated to making sure that American students are prepared to work in China once they graduate. Each student is required to have a dual degree, Chinese and a second major of their choice. I chose International Business given my interests in economics and China. I began this research project while I was enrolled in third level Chinese, a course in which students are given an honors research project that must ...
How Gender Norms Impact Women's Access To Financial Inclusion, 2018 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
How Gender Norms Impact Women's Access To Financial Inclusion, Caitlyn Goodman
Economics Undergraduate Honors Theses
The purpose of this paper is to determine if there is a relationship between gender norms and women's access to financial resources. Using data from the World Bank and the World Values Survey, I use a linear regression model to assess how attitudes toward education, jobs, and over-all equal rights impact women's account ownership.
International Risk Sharing In Overlapping Generations Models, 2018 Babson College
International Risk Sharing In Overlapping Generations Models, James Staveley-O'Carroll, Olena M. Staveley-O'Carroll
Economics Department Working Papers
We present a solution to the Backus-Smith puzzle that, instead of relying on extreme parameter values or complex modeling assumptions, simply switches the framework from infinitely lived agents to overlapping generations. Young agents face non-diversifiable wage risk that leads to a low degree of risk sharing within each country. Subsequently, international price movements are not sufficient to achieve the high consumption-real exchange rate correlation produced in standard infinitely lived agent DSGE models.
Faith-Based Organizational Values And International Business Transactions, 2018 Liberty University
Faith-Based Organizational Values And International Business Transactions, David Ralph Pennington
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The general business problem is conflicting values between faith-based businesses and hosting countries can adversely affect business performance. The problem may be the gap between business leaders and organizational values and host country values. The specific business problem is some faith-based business leaders lack strategies to mitigate incongruousness between the core values of their organizations and the contrary values of foreign cultures to effectively conduct international business. The purpose of this qualitative case study research is to explore what strategies biblically based business leaders use to mitigate incongruousness between the core values of their business and contrary values of foreign ...
China’S Belt And Road Initiative And Asean’S Maritime Cluster, 2018 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
China’S Belt And Road Initiative And Asean’S Maritime Cluster, Hans-Dieter Evers, Thomas Menkhoff
Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business
This paper centres around China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and makes a case for further examining the possible effects of the complementary ‘Maritime Silk Road’ on Southeast Asia’s maritime clusters with reference to Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Port development with “Chinese engagement” from Port Klang in Malaysia to Sri Lanka to Gwadar in Pakistan to some Gulf state ports to Piraeus in Greece provides a string of valuable pearls in the form of harbours from which adjoining areas can be serviced through feeder vessels or railway lines by Chinese government-linked companies. Whether China’s heavy investments in ...
Supply Chain Contracts, Coordination, And Ego Networks. A Research Proposal, 2018 Daemen College
Supply Chain Contracts, Coordination, And Ego Networks. A Research Proposal, Torsten Doering, Max Winterburn
The potential of interest alignment between independent firms through supply chain contracts (SCC)is not fully utilized. An exhausting amount of analytical research indicates advantages of SCCs, buttheir use in practice is limited (Cachon, 2003). This article aims to illuminate the purpose of supply chain specific contracts as an interorganizational coordination tool, as seen through the lens of organizational theory. The central question of this study relates to the conditions and antecedents of supply chain contract use, with an emphasis on vertical dyadic and secondary horizontal links between companies in a supply chain. A review shows that this topic can ...
Unrequited: Asymmetry In Interorganizational Trust, 2018 University of Texas at Austin
Unrequited: Asymmetry In Interorganizational Trust, Melissa E. Graebner, Fabrice Lumineau, Darcy Fudge Kamal
Business Faculty Articles and Research
Many studies of interorganizational relationships assume that trust between organizations is symmetric. In this essay, we explore the origins of this assumption and examine relevant quantitative and qualitative evidence from the literatures on strategy, marketing, supply chain management, and information systems. We conclude that no systematic evidence currently exists to support the assumption that interorganizational trust is typically symmetric. We explore how the possibility of asymmetry complicates interpretation of previous research on the effects of interorganizational trust. We encourage further research to identify conditions under which symmetry is likely, and offer a variety of strategies that scholars may use to ...
International Trade In The Alibaba And Amazon Age, 2018 Singapore Management University
International Trade In The Alibaba And Amazon Age, Singapore Management University
Mindset change is needed to capture shifting value in the value chain; implementing straight-through payment is still an obstacle
Venturing Overseas, Keeping Business In The Family, 2018 Singapore Management University
Venturing Overseas, Keeping Business In The Family, Singapore Management University
Commune’s venture into China breathes new life into parent company Koda
Not So "Clean Diesel"-- How Germany's Protection Of Industry Risks The Health Of Its Citizens, 2018 College of William & Mary Law School
Not So "Clean Diesel"-- How Germany's Protection Of Industry Risks The Health Of Its Citizens, Thomas White
William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review
“Clean Diesel.” This was the tagline of a significant advertising campaign that Volkswagen (“VW”) debuted in 2008. These advertisements attempted to counter the notion that diesel engines are dirty and polluted the air. It featured older women in Volkswagens discussing tales of what they knew about diesel engines (a play off the phrase “old wives tales”). At the time of airing, few could have predicted what was to come for VW and their eventual diesel engine scandal, the fallout of which is still ongoing at the time of writing this Note. As this Note will show, the myth of the ...
Applying The Rhetoric Of Renewal Model In A Contemporary African Context: Lessons Learned From The Royal Dutch Shell Oil Crisis In Nigeria, 2018 University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Applying The Rhetoric Of Renewal Model In A Contemporary African Context: Lessons Learned From The Royal Dutch Shell Oil Crisis In Nigeria, Vincent D. Manzie
Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research
This article applies the crisis renewal model to a multinational organizational crisis in Nigeria not only to analyze the crisis points of conflict in the multinational’s corporate rhetoric but also to examine how global relations; situated exigencies; and cultural, social, and economic tensions contextualize corporate communication strategies during crises. Rhetoric of renewal was evident as the multinational corporation responded to a prolonged crisis involving multiple state and local stakeholders. Although the renewal model itself redresses traditional Aristotelian crisis rhetoric models, the Nigerian situation calls for a significant reframing of rhetorical strategies accountable to the colonialist legacies, cultural traditions, political ...