Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading

Voorkant
Copenhagen Business School Press DK, 2006 - 398 pagina's
This book studies the organization and effects of linkages between transnational corporations ‚?? mainly Danish ‚?? and local firms in developing countries. It is based on a number of case studies of linkage collaborations and a survey of about ninety Danish firms and their relations to partners in developing countries. The analyzed host countries are Ghana, India, Malaysia, South Africa, and Vietnam. The book is a contribution to the emerging literature on firm strategy in developing countries, offering new empirical evidence of the multi-faceted and complex nature of cross-border inter-firm linkages. It documents how even small firms in both developed and developing countries engage in ‚?? and can benefit from ‚?? cross-border linkages.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

INTRODUCTION AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK
5
THEORIES OF CROSSBORDER LINKAGES
29
A SURVEY OF LINKAGES BETWEEN DANISH FOREIGN
61
DONOR INTERVENTION AND THE PROMOTION OF INTER
91
DANISHSOUTH AFRICAN BUSINESS LINKAGES
115
COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN DANISH FOREIGN
139
LEARNING AND COMPETENCE BUILDING THROUGH
169
UPGRADING AND AID DEPENDENCY DANISH FIRMS
199
THE AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIER INDUSTRY BETWEEN
233
UPGRADING AND STRATEGIC OPTIONS OF GARMENT
263
MAIN EMPIRICAL FINDINGS
291
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY INDUSTRIAL POLICY
311
NORTHSOUTH BUSINESS LINKAGES THEORETICAL
339
BIBLIOGRAPHY
365
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