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Opportunity Beckons as Chinese Companies Go Global

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Global Scholar Perspective: Globally Integrating

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Firm Transformation in an Increasingly Integrated World

By Peter C. Evans, PhD New Developments in Enterprise Analysis The last significant large-scale dataset to explore how firms operate internationally was the Harvard Multinational Enterprise Project. This project, which began in mid-1960s and ran through the 1970s, carved out an academic research agenda that helped shape a new generation of business school curriculum as… Read more

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