The Impact of Cultural Distance and Country Risk on the Entry Mode Choice of Chinese Multinational Enterprises
Maguire, Remy (2012) The Impact of Cultural Distance and Country Risk on the Entry Mode Choice of Chinese Multinational Enterprises. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
In the decade since China gained membership to the World Trade Organisation the number of Chinese multinational enterprises (MNEs) has risen dramatically. Yet despite foreign direct investment (FDI) and entry mode choice being among the most researched topics in the field of international business, there are relatively few studies that apply this knowledge to the case of Chinese firms. In order to contribute to this small but growing body of literature, this study analyses the determining factors of the entry mode choice between wholly-owned subsidiary (WOS) and joint-venture (JV).
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