Advanced economies and emerging markets : prospects for globalization / Marcus Goncalves, José Alves, Carlos Frota, Harry Xia, and Rajabahadur V. Arcot.
By: Goncalves, Marcus.
Contributor(s): Alves, José | Arcot, Rajabahadur V | Frota, Carlos | Xia, Harry | ebrary, Inc.Series: 2014 digital library: ; Economics collection: Publisher: New York : Business Expert Press, c2014Edition: First edition.Description: xiv, 405 pages : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781606498293; 9781606498286.Subject(s): International business enterprises | Developing countries -- Economic conditionsDDC classification: 658.049 Also available in print.
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Part of: 2014 digital library.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 379-396) and index.
1. The influence of the G-7 advanced economies and G-20 group -- 2. The counter-influence of emerging markets across the globe -- 3. Advanced versus emerging markets: global economic prospects -- 4. Coping with emerging and advanced market risks -- 5. Global economies at war -- 6. The rebalance of global trade -- 7. The IMF is being hit by BRICS -- 8. CIVETS: a new strong and fast emerging market -- 9. The strength of ASEAN economies -- 10. Can MENA's rise be powered by BRICS? -- 11. Entering an emerging market -- 12. The importance of market research and business intelligence -- 13. Coping with political and economic risks -- 14. FCPA: dealing with corruption and crime -- 15. Coping with the global and emerging market crisis -- About the authors -- Advance quotes for advanced economies and emerging markets -- Notes -- References -- Index.
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There is intense competition among emerging markets to capture their share of the global economy. This book addresses questions that are germane to accomplishing this goal. Most important to this end is the study and practice of international business and foreign trade. Undertaking such a study raises many questions such as: Why are emerging markets and the firms doing business in them internationalizing so aggressively? Why in the past decade has the pace of internationalization accelerated so rapidly? What competitive advantages do these emerging economies enjoy in comparison to advanced economies, such as the G20, and what are the origins of those advantages? Through what strategies are emerging market blocks such as the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) and the CIVETS (Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey, and South Africa) building their global presence and expanding their market reach? How are emerging markets rivaling advanced economies and how are they affecting the already established rivalries among those economies? This book will answer these and other questions. In doing so, it will attempt to address the larger issue of what it all means for mainstream international business theory and its actual practice.
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