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Interlocking Global Business Systems / Edition 1
     

Interlocking Global Business Systems / Edition 1

by Jonchi Shyu, Thomas P. Chen
 

ISBN-10: 1567202071

ISBN-13: 9781567202076

Pub. Date: 06/30/1999

Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated

The speed with which business has become globally integrated is impressive and almost frightening. Much of this change has come from the Pacific Basin. At the same time, however, the Taiwanese, Chinese and Southeast Asians have also suffered from these rapid changes. The paranoia associated with rapidly escalating rates of foreign investment in China by a small

Overview

The speed with which business has become globally integrated is impressive and almost frightening. Much of this change has come from the Pacific Basin. At the same time, however, the Taiwanese, Chinese and Southeast Asians have also suffered from these rapid changes. The paranoia associated with rapidly escalating rates of foreign investment in China by a small country like Taiwan, for example, may provide an index of the anxiety that such change can engender.

The studies in this collection of research articles provide a considered, rational approach to some of these changing patterns of world business—economic growth, regional trade, foreign direct investment, capital markets, and trade restrictions. The patterns of changing interlocking global business systems revealed in these articles are fascinating and reassuring. It is interesting and enlightening to see how these Asian business systems interlock where the parallel political systems may be in conflict.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781567202076
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/30/1999
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)
Lexile:
1470L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Regional Trade and Investment

A Time Series Perspective on the Endogenous Growth Model: NIEs, and ASEAN's Experience by Xinpeng Xu

Diversifying Taiwan's Economic Ties Toward Southeast Asia and Away from Mainland China An Early Appraisal of the "Go South" Strategy by Peter J. Morton

A Global Business and Economic Interdependence between the United States and the European Union by Ioannis N. Kallianiotis

Asian Businesses and the European Union: Strategies to Meet the Challenges Aheadd by Nabil A. Ibrahim and John P. Angelidis

Internationalizing Capital Markets

Merging But Different, Emerging Markets Persist by Edward D. Flowers

Pricing U.S. Exchange-Traded Hong Kong Index Warrants by K.C. Chen

Accounting and Taxation of Stock Options in Korea by Chang-Soo Kim

The Shortage of Financial Skills in China by Laura Nowak and Kurt Dew

International Financial Operations

Exchange Rates and the Operating Income Performance of Foreign-Based Multinational Corporations by Laurence J. Mauer

Money Laundering with a Focus on Banking and Finance by Teresa de Los Rios and Edward B. Flowers

The Diverse World of Local Economics and Finance

Sources of Funds for Taiwanese Investments in Mainland China and Southeast Asia by Ya-Hwei Yang, Yenpao Chen and Ying-Yi Tu

Entrepreneurship Development in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises by Anna Ai-Ai Kuo and Wuu-Long Lin

The Impact of Housing Characteristics on Real Estate Values: An Empirical Study in Taiwan, ROC by Jane C. Sung and Jason J. Lin

International Trade and Trade Restrictions

Quality, Complementarity and Prices in Japanese Pentration of the U.S. Automobile Market by Chyi-Ing Lin, Jer-Shiou Chiou and Ben-Chieh Liu

Application of the Antidumping Laws in Latin America: A Review of Recent Cases and Prospects for the Future by Robert W. McGee

Index

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