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What explains the success of Asian enterprises? This course provides an insight into the dynamics of Asian business systems in Japan, Korea, China, India, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. Topics include
The institutional and policy context of dynamic learning and innovation in Asian business
Strategy and structure of multinational companies from Asia
Paradigms of industrial development
State guided capitalism
The role of networks, markets, and non-market institutions
Role of foreign direct investment and export promotion in the Asia Pacific
Attention is directed to the dynamic institutional context of Asian business, the nature and source of competitive advantage of domestic enterprises, and the comparative aspects of developing and managing multinational and domestic enterprises across the region.