Purchasing processes and characteristics of industrial service buyers in the U.S. and Japan
- SMART GLOBALIZATION. Gupta, Anil K. // Siliconindia;Feb2001, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p66
Focuses on achieving globalization by new business enterprises. Presence of risks; Focus on converting conceptual ideas to reality; Factors influencing the fate of companies aiming for globalization. INSET: Anil K. Gupta..
- Towards an Eclectic Theory of Firm Globalizationï¿½II. Sitki Karahan, R. // International Journal of Management;Mar2002, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p109
Part II. Presents the dynamic dimensions of globalization and technologies in business enterprises. Importance of proprietary resources; Role of factor scarcity and factor costs; Coordination between people and resources.
- A matter of survival. // Finance Week;07/28/2000, p33
Focuses on the impact of globalization on businesses in South Africa. Momentum among South African businesses to move to offshore operations; Examples of companies with plans to venture into overseas operations; Access to international capital markets motivating South African firms to...
- Editor's Introduction. Brada, Josef C. // Eastern European Economics;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p3
Focuses on the spread of multinational corporations and globalization. Mechanism for incorporating the transition economies of Eastern Europe; Global economy of the Soviet Union.
- No trust. Adler, Ilya // Business Mexico;Aug2002, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p20
Focuses on the problems faced by Mexicans in doing business with other Latin Americans. Effect of economic globalization on the firms; Opportunity for the companies to reach other markets; Ability of the companies to compete.
- Going global may bring new opportunities for existing customers. Wonnacott, Laura // InfoWorld;04/02/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 14, p58
Focuses on the opportunities for customers of globalization of companies. Predicted growth of Web users; Tip for companies planning to go global.
- The Globalization of a Movement. Hartman, Andrew // Humanist;Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p15
Focuses on the globalization of multinational corporations. Economic and social effects of globalization; How the World Trade Organization affects democracy; Unawareness of United States citizens on the effect of the anti-global-capitalism movement.
- World Cities: A First Multivariate Analysis of their Service Complexes. Taylor, Peter J.; Walker, D. R. F. // Urban Studies (Routledge);Jan2001, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p23
In consideration of the local-global nexus it is commonplace to emphasise multiple 'locals'; in this paper, we introduce multiple 'globals' in the sense of differences in firm's globalisation strategies. Building upon the collection of a unique set of data showing advanced producer service...
- CRISIS, SELF-REFLECTION, AND REBIRTH IN SINGAPORE'S NATIONAL LIFE CYCLE. Tan, Kenneth Paul // Southeast Asian Affairs;2003, p241
Focuses on the impact of globalization on the performance of various firms in Singapore. Expansion of business opportunities; Risks of terrorism; Increase on the population of the Muslims in the country.