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International technology transfer and stability of joint ventures in developing economies

Uday Bhanu Sinha

International technology transfer and stability of joint ventures in developing economies

a critical analysis

by Uday Bhanu Sinha

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Published by Quest Publications in Mumbai .
Written in English

  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • International business enterprises -- Developing countries.,
    • Technology transfer -- Developing countries.

    • About the Edition

      With reference to developing countries.

      Edition Notes

      Statementby Uday Bhanu Sinha.
      SeriesOccasional paper ;, no. 83, Occasional paper (Export-Import Bank of India) ;, no. 83.
      ContributionsExport-Import Bank of India.
      LC ClassificationsHD2755.5 .S563 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p. ;
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3975677M
      LC Control Number2001293422

      International Joint Ventures: Theory and Practice - Kindle edition by Yan, Aimin, Luo, Yadong, Luo, Yadong. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading International Joint Ventures: Theory and Reviews: 1. considering equity joint ventures and mostly concerned with developed-developing country joint ventures, this book offers a great starting point for especially academic scholars interested in the complexity of international joint ventures. References Parkhe, A. "Messy" research, methodological predispositions, and theory development in. It has been hypothesized in the international joint venture (IJV) literature that partner selection affects interpartner “fit” which in turn influences a synergistic effect on IJV performance. This study investigates the relationship between IJV success and the strategic and organizational traits of local by:

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Technology transfer 78 26 Marketing issues 45 28 Staffing issues 44 26 Dividend policy 42 21 Source: Robert Miller, Jack Glen, Fred Jaspersen, and Yannis Karmokolias,International Joint Ventures in Developing Countries, IFC Discussion Paper No. 29 (Washington: World Bank). Importance and difficulty of negotiating points in joint venture File Size: KB.

International joint ventures in developing countries: happy marriages. (English) Abstract. This study focuses on a particular form of international corporate entry into developing countries: cross-border joint ventures (JVs).

It looks for the causes of problems arising in the negotiation, implementation, and operation of international joint Cited by: Book Description. This book examines how joint ventures work in practice. Drawing on extensive personal experience and using case study examples where appropriate the author analyses the various stages, discusses the problems of partner selection, implementation and control and points out the various benefits and pitfalls.

International Technology Transfer and Stability of Joint ventures in Developing Economies: A Critical Analysis Occasional Paper No.

83, Export-Import Bank of India. Indian Industry   In recent years, state capitalism has become an important buzzword in the development economics discussion (again).In view of the very different ways in which this term is used, Ilias Alami and Adam Dixon recently highlighted the dangers of using the term too loosely in an article in Competition and Change.

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55 () JOURNAL OF Development ECONOMICS International technology transfer and the technology gap Amy Jocelyn Glass a, Kamal Saggi b,l Department of Economics, The Ohio State University, North High Street, Columbus, OHUSA b Department of Economics, Southern Methodist Uniuersitv Dallas.

INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES AS BOUNDARY SPANNERS: TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN AN EMERGING ECONOMY ZAHEER KHAN,1 YONG KYU LEW,2 and RUDOLF R. SINKOVICS34* 1Hull University Business School, University of Hull, Hull, U.K. 2School of Business, Sejong University, Seoul, Republic of Korea 3Centre for Comparative and International Business.

On behalf of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), we surveyed joint ven-tures between domestic companies in developing countries and foreign compa-nies based in industrial countries to try to understand the difficulties that arise in negotiations leading up to a joint venture agreement and those that arise during the venture’s.

A study of Joint Ventures - The challenging world of alliances 9 Pros and cons of JVs and strategic alliances It’s finely balanced Creating a joint venture can be viewed differently by the parties.

One could see it as the first step in a staged sale and at the same time the other as a thorough due diligence and valuation process for an. The study reported here concentrates on a particular form of international corporate entry into developing countries: cross-border joint ventures (JVs).

Although offering a variety of positive incentives, ranging in principle from the reduction of financial exposure to the. PARRY, T. () ‘The multinational enterprise and two-stage technology transfer to developing nations’, Research in International and Business Finance, 2, pp.

– Google Scholar PAZDERKA, B. () Adequacy of R & D expenditures in small open economies, Discussion Paper in Economics No. 65, Department of Economics, University of Author: Clement Tisdell.

Using in-depth data from Pakistani auto components suppliers, we study the role of socialization in knowledge transfer from international joint venture assemblers. We find that whereas formal socialization mechanisms enhance the comprehension and speed of knowledge transfer to local suppliers, informal socialization mechanisms enhance comprehension but not by: For the latest thinking about the international financial system, monetary policy, economic development, poverty reduction, and other critical issues, subscribe to Finance & Development (F&D).

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The importance of international technology diffusion (ITD) for economic development can hardly be overstated. Both the acquisition of technology and its diffusion foster productivity growth. Developing countries have long sought to use both national policies and international agreements to stimulate ITD.

Downloadable (with restrictions). The primary reason why foreign and local partners form international joint ventures is the synergy between their different competencies. However, such enterprises may break up due to a host of endogenous and exogenous factors.

The evidence indicates that inter-partner learning of each other’s competencies during operation of the enterprise is an important Cited by: 1. Developing economies are characterized by.

• Equity sharing includes the initiation of joint ventures with nationals (individuals or those in firms, labor unions, or government) to reduce political risks. (foreign-exchange generation, local sourcing of materials or parts, management training, technology transfer, securing external.

plants and state that the gains from FDI appear to be entirely captured by joint ventures.8 There also exists some work on the interaction of spillovers and the ownership structure 3See Saggi [] or Blomstr¨om and Kokko [] for recent surveys on international technology transfer and spillovers.

Introduction. Through foreign direct investment (FDI), foreign firms can transfer technology and knowledge (T&K) to host country firms in developing countries, such as those in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) (Lim,Osabutey et al., ).A developing country needs considerable effort to fully absorb and implement new T&K, because such inflows and domestic abilities to use them interact in Cited by: Page in the book, price stability, Low long term interest rates, Stable exchange rates, Sound public finances lolz Second largest currency behind $.

INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES. Two companies combine skills/assets for a short term/limited objective. Involve the creation of a new business, vs merging. Increase the transfer of.

China is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. A major factor in the country's economic development has been the large number of international joint ventures established within China in recent years. Although China is now the world's most active joint venture market, satisfaction with the performance of many international joint ventures in China is declining.

This can be traced in. ‘management of collaborations in technology based product markets’. The issues of trust, partner selection, knowledge transfer through co-operative business ventures, complementarities and synergies between partners have dominated the scientific discourse.

Some of the leading research questions explored were: why alliances are set-up. In this respect, Hoekman et al. () highlight arrangements based on international trade, inward FDI, international joint ventures, and cross-border technology licensing agreements.

Chen ( This is a joint post with Walter Park. The spread of knowledge and ideas should help close the gap between rich countries and poor.

That’s why technology transfer is one of the seven components of CGD’s Commitment to Development Index (CDI). You may remember that Denmark came out on top of the CDI overall, but it was edged out by South Korea on the technology component. In particular, we investigate whether and how international joint ventures (IJV) affect the innovative performance of business groups.

Hobday () noted that as emerging economy enterprises move up the technology ladder, joint ventures with foreign multinationals become increasingly important as a channel for accessing specialized by: Transfer pricing and developing economies Caroline Silberztein Head of the Transfer Pricing Unit of the MNE group => needs to price transactions •TP should not be confused with abuse.

Need clear rules for compliant international taxpayers •Problem arises if prices are artificially lowered •i.e. transfer prices should not be.


Technology transfer is a complicated process, which includes several closely related elements like – Joint Venture E File Size: KB.

Chapter 7 Performance and Performance Assessment -- Controversies on Joint Venture Performance -- Organizational Effectiveness -- An Integrative Framework of Performance Assessment -- Conclusions -- A Mini-Case Example -- Chapter 8 An Empirical Study of Interpartner Fit and Performance -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background -- A Four-Dimensional Model of Interpartner Fit -- Methodology.

International Joint Ventures: Economic and Organizational Perspectives is the result of a symposium on International Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances held by the Center for Research in Conflict and Negotiation at Pennsylvania State University.

The book gives a cross-disciplinary treatment of the economic and managerial issues affecting joint venture formation, operation and performance Format: Paperback.

“International Technology Transfer and Stability of Joint ventures in Developing Economies: A Critical Analysis”, Occasional Paper No. 83, Export-Import Bank of India. Journal Editor: – Associate Editor, Indian Economic Review. Guest Editor, Special Volume: Applied Game Theory and Policy, Indian Economic Review, Vol Foreign direct investment (FDI) has grown dramatically and is now the largest and most stable source of private capital for developing countries and economies in transition, accounting for nearly 50 percent of all those flows.

Meanwhile, the growing role of FDI in host countries has been accompanied by a change of attitude, from critical wariness toward multinational corporations to sometimes. The WTO Working Group on Trade and Technology Transfer was established with the aim of encouraging technology transfer to developing countries.

This section outlines the Group’s Findings for increasing flows of technology. 3Moreover, in a world where technology freely flows between nations, economic expansion can originate from developed countries which transfer their superior technology to developing countries (Cheng, Qiu, and Tan []; Jones and Ruffin []; Ruffin and Jones []).Beladi, Jones and Marjit [] in a two-country Ricardian model consider.

Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries a portion of repatriated profits of the wholly-owned subsidiaries or joint ventures; price mark-up for technology, included in the cost of imported capital goods and equipment.

is also asked to bring uptodate an earlier study on the Role of Patents in the Transfer of Technology to. In this book, Nagesh Kumar and expert contributors examine and explain the emerging patterns in international technology transfers and foreign direct investment flows (FDIs) over the past two decades.

They analyse the trends in internationalization of corporate activity in individual source countries, discussing outflows from both major and Format: Hardcover. Technology transfer and spillovers in international joint ventures Thomas Mu¨ller a,1, Monika Schnitzer b,* a Bundesanstalt fu¨r Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin), International/Financial Markets Department, Georg-von-Boeselager-Str.

25, Bonn, Germany b Department of Economics, University of Munich, Akademiestr. 1/III, Munich, Germany. Knowledge transfer capacity of multinational enterprises and technology acquisition in international joint ventures International Business Review, Vol.

20, No. 1 The design of incentive contracts for preventing moral hazard in the dynamic allianceCited by: and needs of markets and producers in developing economies (Rolle and Satin, ). Technology transfer from the environmental perspective Technology transfer in the environmental field has sparked off one of the most intense debates between developed and less developed countries in recent y.

Potential risks to international joint ventures in developing economies: the Ghanaian construction industry experience Ahiaga-Dagbui, Dominic Doe, Fugar, FDK, McCarter, JW and Adinyira, EPotential risks to international joint ventures in developing economies: the Ghanaian construction industry experience, in CIB W Innovation and sustainable construction: Proceedings of the Cited by: 9.

The Joint Venture (JV) Handbook. Joint ventures (JVs) were once the dom ain of international market entry technology transfer. and market access. Rationale for JVs. Performance of international joint ventures (IJVs) in developing countries: a study of IJVs in Bangladesh tend to determine joint venture stability.

Psychic distance between parents is also a Author: M Yunus Ali. Key Words: Inter-firm, technology transfer, international joint ventures, transfer characteristics INTRODUCTION As a developing country, Malaysia for the past thirty years has transformed its resource-based economy to industrial-based economy which resulted in a tremendous economic growth (Malairaja and Zawdie, ).But it must be recognised that, just as China insisted in the past on joint ventures as the basis of foreign direct investment into its coastal enclaves, African countries should make such measures a standard requirement of foreign investment in their economies, too.

Technology transfer and the fostering of local management skills all need to.For smaller economies in particular, the major source of their productivity growth is the technology and knowledge produced by the leading developed economies.

That said, there are often impediments to the flow of technologies from the developed world to the developing world that prevent the latter from fully benefiting from global knowledge.