This series hosts key debates on themes, issues and advancements taking place in emerging markets and new ways of handling challenges in operating businesses in emerging markets. It explores doing business in emerging markets from multidisciplinary and multinational geographic perspectives based on fresh theoretical and empirical research, qualitative and quantitative reviews, data and case studies. The series aims to cover a wide range of aspects in business and operations, including opportunities and progress, with a focus on emerging markets and economies:
The series offers a comprehensive understanding of management and its allied domains within the context of emerging markets and economies, especially international business, economics, marketing, finance, operations and supply chain management, human resources and governance. It will be useful to both scholars and practitioners interested in interdisciplinary research on emerging markets, business analytics, business models, consultancy and policy.
New proposals may be addressed to the series editors: Avinash K Shrivastava at [email protected] and Sudhir Rana at [email protected] Manuscript submission guidelines are available at https://www.routledge.com/our-customers/authors/publishing-guidelines
By Sudhir Rana, Avinash K. Shrivastava
September 28, 2021
This volume presents a comprehensive analysis of the business, financial and economic aspects of emerging markets. Using case studies from India, Turkey, Bangladesh and Africa, it discusses themes such as megaprojects, infrastructure and sustainability; cross-border mergers and acquisitions; a new ...