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Enhanced transition through outward internationalization

Andreja JaklicМЊ

Enhanced transition through outward internationalization

outward FDI by Slovenian firms

by Andreja JaklicМЊ

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, Vt, Aldershot .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments, Foreign -- Slovenia.,
  • Corporations -- Slovenia.,
  • Slovenia -- Economic conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAndreja Jaklič, and Marjan Svetličič.
    SeriesTransition and development
    ContributionsSvetličič, Marjan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 344 p. ;
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22048108M
    ISBN 100754631346


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The experiences of the Slovene way of internationalization are compared with those of other transition economies. Enhanced Transition Through Outward Internationalization: Outward Fdi by Slovenian Firms (Transition and Development) by Andreja Jaklic (Author), Marjan Svetlicic (Author)Cited by:   The vitality of outward FDI as an entry mode to the global economy is discussed in this authoritative volume from various angles, beginning with the context of the development strategy and the transition process.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. in the transition from a planned to a market economy. The authors aim at putting Slovenia’s experience in internationalization into the framework of existing internationalisation theories and detect the differences compared to that involving similar firms from transition economies or those from OECD countries.

The book is divided into five parts. Turku School of Economics and Business Administration. The main objective of the book is to evaluate the outward internationalisation of Slovenian firms and its significance in the transition from a planned to a market economy.

Outward investors performed better than non-outward investors. Outward FDI also seems to have strengthened the competitiveness of outward investors. A pioneering work on outward investment by transition economies, this book is the first in the world to present a more systematic analysis of the internationalization of firms from transition economies, based on results of the two ACE projects: "Outward internationalization facilitating transformation and EU Accession; The case of Czech Cited by: Enhanced Transition Through Outward Internationalization: Outward Fdi by Slovenian Firms (Transition and Development) by Andreja Jaklic; Marjan Svetlicic and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Books examining countries moving in the opposite direction will also be included.

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This text examines the Slovene experience of intermationalization as compared with that of other countries, looking especially at foreign direct investment (FDI).

Key words: Slovenia, outward FDI, transnational corporations, competitiveness, development effects, policy 1. Introduction Enterprise internationalization through outward foreign direct investment (FDI) is not new to Slovenian firms. Slovenian outward FDI dates back to the late s when Slovenia was still part of the former Yugoslavia.

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This new edition is the result of a wide-ranging consultation through File Size: 1MB. This document provides the framework and tools to support the enhanced transition of children and young people from early years settings through to Key Stage 4.

The level of a child or young person’s vulnerability and the need for enhanced transition support is identified as Enhanced Transition Plus 1, 2 or 3. On balance, some of the countries in transition, e.g. Hungary and Slovenia, have decided to promote outward FDI.

This is reprint of an article originally. Department of International Economics and Trade, College of Economics, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China.

In recent years, increasing SMEs (small- and middle-sized enterprises) started internationalization, and FDI became an important approach for SMEs to participate in international by: 2. “Enhanced transition through outward internationalization: outward FDI by Slovenian firms,” Transition and Development (Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate).

Google Scholar Jaklic, A. and Marjan Svetličič ().Cited by: 4. Her publications include Enhanced Transition through Outward Internationalization: Outward FDI by Slovenian Firms (Ashgate Publishing, ), several chapters in volumes published by Routledge, Edward Elgar, Palgrave Macmillan, and Ashgate, among others; and articles in Journal of World Business, Transnational Corporations, The Services.

This book provides a detailed analysis of how and why firms from economies in transition internationalize. The economic transition process is usually characterized by significant changes in the role of the state, the creation and promotion of privately owned enterprises, markets and independent financial institutions.

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In Plymouth we have an Enhanced Transition Framework. This provides a shared way of talking about the level of support needed by children during transitions. It uses the codes ‘Universal’ or ‘Enhanced Transition Plus. Outward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Emerging Market Economies is a comprehensive source of academic material on the progressive impact of investment opportunities in the context of developing nations.

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Business Strategies for Economies in Transition: Book of Readings on CEE Countries, Edited by Petr G. Chadraba and Reiner Springer This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.

Enhanced Transition Through Outward Internationalization Outward Fdi by Slovenian Firms (Transition and Development) by Andreja Jaklic, Professor Marjan Svetlicic, Marjan Svetličič, Andreja Jaklič, Marjan Svetlieciec, Andreja Jakliéc, Marjan Svetliéciéc, Andreja Jaklić Hardcover, Pages, Published by Ashgate Pub Ltd ISBN 1.

Introduction. An important line of inquiry in international business research seeks to understand the impact of internationalization on firm performance (Abdi and Aulakh,Hennart,Lu and Beamish, ).There is in a substantial body of scholarly work investigating the mechanisms through which firms benefit from foreign direct investment (FDI).Cited by: 4.

In the case of internationalization this means a firm either sells this right or buys this right. Inward-outward internationalization model The link between inward (import) and outward.

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Chen, Victor Zitian Li, Jing and Shapiro, Daniel M. Internationalization Strategies of Emerging Market Multinationals. Journal of. Read "The Changing Nature of Doing Business in Transition Economies" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

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It also depends on how the project money is transhipped: through an affiliate abroad, or through a special purpose entity. Government polices may influence largely the extent and development impact of indirect FDI, especially through tax policies.

Internationalization of Firms from Economies in Transition This book provides a detailed analysis of how and why firms from economies in transition internationalize and examines the effects of domestic politico-economic factors on this process.

Firm internationalization in transition economies: a Romanian case study through the lens of. Learning through international acquisitions: (OEM) and joint venture partnerships, and ‘outward’ internationalization by means of acquisition and organic expansion abroad.

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The effect of the inward process on outward moves has been the subject of limited research, although some evi dence from studies of licensing and franchising in Australia sug. primarily on the internationalization process of Chinese companies.

In order to achieve our aim, we have formulated two sub-questions which we attempt to answer. The questions serve to examine how the internationalization strategies of MNCs from emerging markets differ from those of developed country MNCs and for what reasons.

Inward-Outward Internationalization: Case of Russia Daria Podmetina and Juha Vaatanen 92 Economic Growth, Foreign Investments and Economic Freedom: A Case of Transition Economy Kaja Lutsoja and Margus Lutsoja The Process of Firm Internationalization from a Transformational Country Context / Emmalncze BOOK REVIEWS Globalization, Growth and Poverty Building an Inclusive World Economy Edited by Paul Collier and David Dollar reviewed by Dr.

STELLA BALFOUSSIAS ( KB - PDF) Enhanced Transition through Outward Internationalisation: Outward FDI by Slovenian Firms Edited by Andreja Jaklic and Marjan Svetlicic. Chapter 7: Firm internationalization in transition economies: a Romanian case study through the lens of public choice theory Chapter 8: Determinants of Bulgarian outward foreign direct investment Chapter 9: The 'foreign expansion advantage' of firms in challenging institutional environments: the case of a Russian firm entering different.