- Congrats to our Professor For Winning the Distinguished Scholarship Award!!!
- Emerging Markets as Partners, Not Rivals- NY TIMES
- Vast Mexico Bribery Case Hushed Up by Wal-Mart After Top-Level Struggle
- China Tries the Finer Things
- Mobilizing for Growth in Emerging Markets. the latest – from MIT Sloan Management Review
- Analisa on shopping on the web, delivering on a moped, Bloomeberg business week, 1/23/2012
- carpet cleaning on Chinese Multinationals Becoming More Responsible Corporate Citizens
- Professor Nachum on Congrats to our Professor For Winning the Distinguished Scholarship Award!!!
- اخبار اون لاين on Chinese Multinationals Becoming More Responsible Corporate Citizens
- Online Tilbud on The Ambassador, corruption in Central Africa
Monthly Archives: March 2012
The IPR issue in China appears to be more serious than most believe. it is a chilling story! but a must-read for anybody contemplating doing business in (or with) China.
Two interesting issues (both of which we discussed in class in relation to BP in Russia). one is that the difficulties of oil companies in Russia do not scare them away. as we said, there are few alternatives, none of them much better. the second is the changing policies of the Russian government, in light of their changing needs. the need for foreign technology is driving policy change.
An interesting report by the World Economic Forum. we will think about it in the coming weeks as we switch our focus to EM firms.
Labor costs across Asia rising and rising. remember our class discussions on emerging markets as production location – companies are ‘running out of low-cost options’ in Asia
a fascinating story about India legislation in relation to the protection of IPR of pharma MNEs in India. will surely ring a bell to our class discussions on Eli Lilly.