First published in 1998, this volume explores international investment strategies as mainly antecedent decisions about what, when, where, and how a transnational investor should invest in the pursuit of its sustained competitive advantages in the global marketplace. The objective of this book is to provide international managers with conceptual frameworks, general guidelines, governmental policies, and insightful evidence useful for their strategic investment decisions involving the People’s Republic of China, a country which is now the largest emerging economy and the biggest foreign direct investment absorption developing country in the world.
Table of Contents
1. Foreign Direct Investment in China: Patterns and Features. 2. International Investment Environment in China. 3. Industry Selection Strategy in China. 4. Timing of Investment in China. 5. Project and Location Selection in China. 6. Partner Selection in China. 7. Network Cultivation in China. 8. Entry Mode Selection and Sharing Arrangements in China.