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Feltörekvő transznacionális társaságok - a kínai példa a klasszikus elmélet tükrében
[Ambitious transnational corporations - the example of China in the light of classical theory]

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A kínai és más délkelet-ázsiai működőtőke-exportőrökről szóló esettanulmányok alapján elemzők egy része arra a következtetésre jutott, hogy eljárt az idő Dunning működőtőke-áramlás sajátosságait átfogóan magyarázó, főiránnyá vált eklektikus elmélete és beruházási fejlődési pályára vonatkozó tézise felett. Ez az írás ehhez a vitához kíván hozzájárulni a kínai tőkekivitel példája alapján. A kínai tőkeexportőrök jellegzetességeinek és mozgatórugóinak - a nemzetközi működőtőke-befektetésekre vonatkozó elmélet fényében való - áttekintését követően arra keressük a választ, hogy valóban új elmélet után kiált-e a fejlődő-felzárkózó országok tőkekivitele, illetve a feltörekvő transznacionális társaságok megjelenése. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL ) kód: F23.

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  • Szalavetz, Andrea, 2009. "Feltörekvő transznacionális társaságok - a kínai példa a klasszikus elmélet tükrében
    [Ambitious transnational corporations - the example of China in the light of classical theory]
    ," Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences), Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation), vol. 0(12), pages 1125-1137.
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