The use of international R&D teams: an empirical investigation of selected contingency factors
- PROVIDING OF UKRAINE'S BUDGETARY SYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY IN CONDITIONS OF CRISIS. Bogolib, Tetiana // Economic Annals-XXI;2014, Issue 7/8, p48
Introduction. In every country, in every economy shadow economic activities are present in the area of foreign trade in greater or lesser extent. Experts have determined that the approximate volume of international trade associated with smuggling, Â«pirated goodsÂ», take over 20% of the...
- Multinational Enterprises Are Regional, Not Global. Rugman, Alan M. // Multinational Business Review (St. Louis University);Spring2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p3
Presents a study which provided evidence that multinational enterprises (MNE) are regional, not global. Overview of the analytical framework; Overview of the home-triad base of MNE activity; Conclusion.
- U.S.-China R&D Linkages. // Research Technology Management;May/Jun2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p63
Focuses on a report on trends in research and development-related foreign direct investment and alliance activity in China by multinational companies from the U.S. during the 1990s. Contribution of affiliates from the U.S. to research and development in China; Status of investments by U.S....
- Competitiveness of Polish mid-tech and high-tech exports to the European Union (EU-27) in the first decade of the 21st century. MICHALSKI, Bartosz // Poznan University of Economics Review;2014, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p54
The paper addresses the issue of structural changes in Polish exports to the European Union (EU-27) in the period 2001-2011 in terms of the revealed comparative advantages (RCA) and technological intensity (shifts in shares of mid-tech and high-tech industries) taking into account the context of...
- WEIGHTED FACTORS FOR ACCURACY OF LITHUIANIA'S REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS MEASUREMENT. Bruneckienė, Jurgita; Pukėnas, Kazimieras // Economics & Management;2008, p109
The concept of regional competitiveness has always been a subject to a great interest by economists, politicians and businessmen. The national and global competitiveness directly depend on regional ability to be and sustain competitive, that's why the concept of regional competitiveness and...
- European dream captivates researchers. Endicott, R. Craig // Advertising Age;10/18/1993, Vol. 64 Issue 44, pS-6
This article focuses on the performance of U.S. research companies in the international scene in 1993. U.S. research businesses have found foreign soil fertile for growth. For instance, Goldfarb Corp. went international to carry consistent services to multinational clients. The non-U.S. growth...
- About this Series. // Mauritius Economic Competitiveness;2006, p3
The article presents an overview of the issues and topics that is of significance to international firms, published within the report "The Economic Competitiveness of Mauritius: Financial Returns, Labor Productivity and International Gaps."
- Tools of the trade. // Export Today;Dec98, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p14
Features several products and services available for global businesses. Includes a remote testing system; Actrade International's Negotiable International Check; Global trade package that offers protection against land-based, war related losses, kidnapping and other risks; Payment recovery...
- Global execs should know how to act in another nation. Kisiel, Ralph // Crain's Detroit Business;1/22/96, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p16
Presents Robert Bosch Corp. senior vice president of automotive sales and engineering Joseph Borruso's advice to companies that want to turn their international businesses into global operations. Steps in building of a global company.