Hidden ties in international new venturing: The case of portfolio entrepreneurship
- Going back for more. Cohen, Jerome A. // China Business Review;May/Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p49
Gives advice on when and how to expand a joint venture in China. Choosing the expansion vehicle; Consideration of the joint venture contract and articles of association when reinvesting profits; New ways of financing expansions; Opening a branch; Options for penetrating different regions,...
- Stay Home, Plunge, or Take the Middle Path: A Global Strategy for Small Business. Poorsoltan, Keramat // SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Winter90, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p42
Investigates and compares the various forms of international business dealings. Causes of the unwillingness of small businesses to become involved in exporting; Capital investment or wholly-owned ventures; Benefits attributed to joint ventures.
- Human Resource Management in International Joint Ventures in China. Yuan Lu; Bj�rkman, Ingmar // Journal of General Management;Summer98, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p63
International equity-joint ventures (IJV) have now become one of central strategies adopted by western companies in order to enter into the People's Republic of China. An IJV is created when two or more firms, at least one from a foreign country, jointly invest in a separate legal entity....
- Local ownership restrictions, entry mode choice, and FDI performance: Japanese overseas... Makino, Shige; Beamish, Paul W. // Asia Pacific Journal of Management;Oct98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p119
Focuses on the ownership restrictions, entry mode choice and foreign direct investment (FDI) performance of Japanese overseas subsidiaries in Asia. Distinction between joint ventures and wholly-owned subsidiaries; Effect of the restrictions on the mode of entry and FDI performance.
- Foreign direct investment and shareholders' wealth: Evidence from the newly industrialized... Ueng, C. Joe; Kim, Seung H. // Multinational Business Review (St. Louis University);Fall96, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p79
Investigates the wealth effect of foreign direct investment by United States multinationals in Asian newly industrialized countries (NIC). Wholly-owned subsidiary; International joint venture.
- Cooperative Joint Ventures. Folta, Paul H. // China Business Review;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p18
Despite the attractiveness of China's business and foreign investment environment, the country is not an easy place to do business. Foreign businesses that seek to enter the China market must consider a wide range of strategies and business structures--each with its own advantages and...
- Determinants of Ownership-based Entry Mode Choice of MNEs: Evidence from Mongolia. Kaynak, Erdener; Demirbag, Mehmet; Tatoglu, Ekrem // Management International Review (MIR);2007 4th Quarter, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p505
â€¢ This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of foreign investors' ownership strategies in the land-locked transition economy of Mongolia. Drawing broadly on the transaction cost theory and institutional model, a number of investing firm and host country characteristics were identified....
- The impact of firm's ownership advantages and economic status of destination country on the wealth effects of international joint ventures. Ueng, C. Joe; Kim, Seung H.; Lee, C. Christopher // International Review of Financial Analysis;2000, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p67
Prior studies provide inconclusive evidence on the wealth effects of international joint ventures (IJVs) on the firm's market value. While some studies document that IJVs benefit shareholders of firms that engage in such activities, others reveal conflicting results. This study provides...
- International joint ventures: Pros and cons. Hall, Duane // SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Fall84, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p4
Describes the advantages and disadvantages of international joint ventures. Reasons a joint venture may be inadvisable; Financial implications of joint venture; Political and psychological benefits of joint venture.