Global Economic Competition
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Global Economic Competition

Today's Warfare in Global Electronics Industries and Companies
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ISBN-13:
9780792398547
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
31.01.1997
Seiten:
440
Autor:
George Kozmetsky
Gewicht:
818 g
Format:
235x155x29 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
Provides a framework to compare the United States economy with 23 other global economies. This book uses electronics industries to illustrate an ongoing economic warfare among competing regions, nations, and cluster companies across the electronic technology chain. It is useful for policy makers and business leaders.
Preface: Facing the Challenge of Global Competition. 1. An Overview of International Economic Competition. 2. The Changing Economic Conditions of the World. 3. International Trade Patterns in the Global Electronics Industry. 4. International Competition: Global Electronics Companies. 5. The Core Competition of Global Giant Electronics Companies. Appendix: A List of the Sample Companies (316 in Total). References. Index.
Global competitiveness has always been a hotly debated issue, promoting differing opinions among economists, management strategists, business leaders, and policy analysts and consultants. Global Economic Competition provides a broad framework to compare the United States economy with 23 other global economies. This is done by presenting empirical evidence in a series of comparative analyses of economic competition using data pertaining to specific countries, industries and companies. In this volume, the electronics industries are used to illustrate an ongoing economic warfare among competing regions, nations, and cluster companies across the electronic technology chain. Employing the latest empirical data to evaluate the competitiveness of the US economy and its electronic industries and companies in the 1980s and early 1990s, Global Economic Competition will be of interest not only to those who study economics, management science and international trade, but also to policy makers and business leaders.