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Emerging Markets: The Ebola Challenge First reported in 1976 in Sudan and Zaire (now called the Democratic Republic of the Congo [DRC]), Ebola has been a known virus for four decades. Yet, there is still no effective vaccine or medicine. Between 1976 and 2013, there were 24 outbreaks in Sub-Saharan Africa, with 1,716 cases. What really put Ebola on...
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Emerging Markets: GE Innovates from the Base of the Pyramid In global competition, large firms not only compete in product markets, but also in terms of how they are organized, financed, and governed. Definitions of what consists of a "large firm" vary around the world. A reasonable definition is that if a firm is large enough to be publicly listed...
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From time to time, a manager may be faced with the need to change the internal rules of the game within his/her MNE. What skills and capabilities may be useful in achieving this?
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In this age of globalization, some gurus argue that all industries are becoming global and that all firms need to adopt a global standardization strategy. Do you agree? Why or why not?
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Emerging Markets: Emerging Acquirers from China and India Multinational enterprises (MNEs) from emerging economies, especially China and India, have emerged as a new breed of acquirers around the world. Provoking "oohs" and "ahhs," they have grabbed media headlines and caused controversies. Anecdotes aside, what are the patterns of these new global...
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