Relationships between Transnational Corporations and Chinese State-Owned Enterprises
This research discusses transnational corporations (TNCs) in China and their relationships with Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs). The paper explores theories that may be suitable to China's case, a transition economy with a huge SOE system. Empirically, this research investigates the practices of TNCs in China, the reaction of Chinese SOEs, and their relationship and collaborations between the two. The study involves statistical analysis, and review of open questions and interview answers. The conclusions show the differences between the parties in terms of motives, location, strategy, organizational structure, dispute settlement and partner evaluation, and the implications and findings thereof.
Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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