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Business strategies in transition economies

by Mike W. Peng

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Published by Sage Publications in Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business planning.,
  • Strategic planning.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-311) and index.

    StatementMichael W. Peng.
    SeriesInternational business series, International business series (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD30.28 .P355 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 322 p. :
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL530313M
    ISBN 100761916008, 0761916016
    LC Control Number99006593

    Transition Economies: Performance and Challenges Jan Svejnar Forthcoming in: The Journal of Economic Perspectives Jan Svejnar is Executive Director of The William Davidson Institute and Everett E. Berg Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Economics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, by: The Transition to a Green Economy: Benefits, Challenges and Risks from a Sustainable Development Enabling the Transition to a Green Economy: Government and business working together – HM national green economy strategies by both developed and developing countries across most.

      It’s transform or wither in today’s business environment, with multiple transformation triggers creating strong pressure simultaneously. This state of affairs results from two factors. In , the Asia Foundation's Center for Asian Pacific Affairs began a two-year project to compare the transitions of selected East European and Asian economies from centrally-planned communist systems to market economies. The goal was to shed light on the transition process through an understanding of the underlying economic and institutional dynamics.

    Highlighting an important facet of diversity among organizations operating in different institutional environments, this article presents a model of the growth strategy of the firm in planned economies in transition such as Eastern Europe, the former Soviet republics, and China. Focusing on the stylized state-owned enterprises, we explore the interaction between institutions and organizations Cited by: And it is the global crisis that puts the robustness of the transition economies to the test and renders the verdict on the chosen strategy. The book is very well researched. The authors gathered and reviewed an enormous amount of data some of which are provided in the appendix.


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Business strategies in transition economies by Mike W. Peng Download PDF EPUB FB2

At the Academy of International Business (AIB), he was Co-Chair of the AIB/JIBS Frontiers Conference in San Diego (), guest-edited a special issue for the Journal of International Business Studies (), chaired the Emerging and Transition Economies track for the Nagoya conference (), and chaired the Richard Farmer Dissertation Award Committee for the Washington, DC, conference ().Format: Paperback.

Business Strategies in Transition Economies (International Business series) - Kindle edition by Peng, Michael W. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Business Strategies in Transition Economies (International Business series).Manufacturer: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Focusing on firm-level issues confronting top executives acting as organizational strategists in transition economies, this book covers business strategies of 1.) state-owned enterprises, 2.) privatized and reformed firms, 3.) entrepreneurial start-ups, and 4.) foreign companies.

“Business strategies in transition economies” would be too risky for a doctoral student, since such a topic was like a beast too wild to be captured, let alone tamed. As social scientists, we Business strategies in transition economies book been trained to employ a number of “cages” (theories and tools) to capture [Page xiv] “beasts” (phenomena of interests).

business strategies in transition economies can only be understood in terms of the specific institutional context. Following Douglas North, Peng considers both formal and informal institutions, which is crucial to understand the development of a network economy in transition economies.

The article presents a review of the book “Business Strategies in Transition Economies,” by Michael W. Peng.

Despite the title, the bulk of the book presents an analysis of the relations between. This book probes into the workings of business strategies in former socialist countries in East Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and the newly independent states of the former Soviet Union, which are collectively called `transition economies'.

Business Strategies for Economies in Transition xi Petr G. Chadraba, PhD College of Commerce Chicago, Il. USA DePaul University Prof. Reiner Springer Institute of International Business Vienna, Austria Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien.

Business Strategies for Economies in Transition vii Phenomenon of Double Jeopardy on Financial Services Market in Poland Slawomir Smyczek Spillover Effects in Slovakia Sonia Ferencikova and Martina Fifekova BankingcTransition Progress, Foreign Bank Market Entry and Economic Development: The Case of Serbia.

The book of readings, Business Strategies for Economies in Transition, is a collection of papers describing various business issues as they occurred during the economic transitions in Central and Eastern European countries.

Business strategies: an overview --Economies in transition --Institutions, organizations, and strategic choices --Strategies of state-owned enterprises --Strategies of privatized and reformed firms --Strategies of entrepreneurial start-ups --Strategies of foreign companies.

Foreign investors, the main hope of many European transition economies, employ many of the entry strategies also observed in other emerging markets.

Yet they have to develop specific contractual forms and business relationships to overcome the obstacles of an. In Business Strategies in Transition Economies,International Business Series.

Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., doi: /n2. By the time this book reaches its readers, it will have been 10 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall and more than 20 years since the beginning of the economic reforms in.

Business Strategies in Transition Economies. [Dr Michael W Peng] -- This book probes into the workings of business strategies in former socialist countries in East Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and the newly independent states of the former Soviet Union, which are.

This book probes into the workings of business strategies in former socialist countries in East Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and the newly independent states of the former Soviet Union, which are collectively called 'transition economies'.Price: $ The article presents a review of the book “Business Strategies in Transition Economies,” by Michael W.

Peng. Despite the title, the bulk of the book presents an analysis of the relations between the unique institutions of the transition economies (TEs) and the behaviors of firms that operate in those by:   Declines in consumer confidence and decreased sales can threaten all businesses, but small businesses can be particularly vulnerable.

They often don't have reserves to help them weather difficult protecting your cash flow to building your customer base, implementing a few practices in advance can help recession-proof your business so it survives and even thrives during economic.

Staying at the pinnacle of the advancing business development of transition economies and the impact of changing business conditions is a challenging task for all firms wanting to do business in them.

This book provides insight into the way in which businesses function with a comprehensive overview of the major aspects involved.

Business Strategies An Overview Economies in Transition Institutions, Organizations and Strategic Choices Strategies of State-Owned Enterprises Strategies of Privatized and Reformed Firms Strategies of Entrepreneurial Start-Ups Strategies of Foreign Companies Retrospect and Road Ahead.

About the Brand: SAGE Publications Inc. There are a number of concerns in current research on transition economies in general, which this book would like to address. First, with regard to business strategies, the literature is relatively sparse and lacks a unifying framework for Chinese firms (Tsui et al., ).

Transition Economies: Performance and Challenges Jan Svejnar T he collapse of the Soviet political and economic system in the late s, epitomized by the fall of the Berlin Wall in Novemberculminated the dramatic economic slowdown experienced by the Soviet bloc coun-tries over the preceding three decades.

The resulting transition from.Business Strategies in Transition Economies by Michael W. Peng Overview - An examination of fundamental strategic issues confronted by firms competing in newly opened markets.entrepreneurship in transition economies is reported in the fifth.

The personal characteristics and the business strategies of entrepreneurs in the transition economies are discussed in the sixth and seventh sections respectively.

Section 8 concludes by outlining directions for future work. 2. Entrepreneurship and Economic Transition.