National and Transnational Effects in International Business : Indications from Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)53-75
Journal / PublicationMIR: Management International Review
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2001


 ■ Nationality and transnationality effects on strategy and management practice are examined for a sample of joint ventures in China. The impact of foreign parent transnationality was wide-ranging, whereas there were few across-the- board national effects. 

 ■ The implication is that China's stated goal of importing foreign management practice is more likely to be attained through joint ventures with transnational corporations than other types of foreign firm