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Alan M. Rugman and Jonathan P. Doh

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780300115611

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300115611.001.0001

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Multinational Enterprises from Emerging Economies

Multinational Enterprises from Emerging Economies

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(p.124) Chapter 7 Multinational Enterprises from Emerging Economies
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Multinationals and Development
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Alan M. Rugman

Jonathan P. Doh

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300115611.003.0007

This chapter explores the way in which MNEs have developed in China and Korea. The term “emerging economies” is used to emphasize those countries that have broken out of a larger collection of developing economies and established impressive economic growth and substantially improved incomes. The chapter presents an assessment of all multinational enterprises (MNEs) from emerging economies. In general, it finds that these MNEs build on CSAs, which is especially true of MNEs from China. The chapter uses the FSA-CSA matrix discussed in Chapter 2, applies it to individual firms, and extends it to differentiate between upstream (production-based) and downstream (marketing-based) FSAs. It provides new data on the extent of the intraregional sales and production of Chinese and Korean MNEs, and shows how MNE FSAs and regional CSAs have combined to help develop increasingly successful indigenous MNEs.

Keywords:   emerging economies, firms, intraregional sales, investment, transition economies

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