International Business and Emerging Markets: A Long-Run Perspective
September 29, 2017 Editor 0
Geoffrey Jones examines how strategies by Western multinational enterprises in emerging markets over the last century have been shaped by context. These strategies evolved from resolving logistical challenges to managing assertive governments. More recently the focus has been to locate activities in the lower end of global value chains, whilst responding to local competitors.
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