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Retail Entry Strategies for emerging markets retail entry strategies for emerging markets
Available evidence on foreign direct investment often call for firms to try to reduce their stake in uncertain markets by utilizing the collaborative entry strategy in these markets. Based on a case study of over a dozen foreign retail firms in an emerging market in sub-saharan Africa, this project provides arguments to show the reverse could be the case for such uncertain markets because of very important market conditions peculiar to these developing markets taking into consideration also, the transaction cost of operation in such markets and the institutional dynamics in the market. So apart from the various firm characteristics discussed, several formal and informal institutional factors especially as they relate to the retail sub sector are also investigated and discussed to provide a better understanding of international retail entry strategy. The findings provide some valuable theoretical, empirical, and managerial contributions. This further broadens our knowledge base and opens up the argument on what factors to critically consider as retail firms invest in foreign emerging markets. Practitioners, students and academics will benefit greatly from reading this book.
6790 RUR
Fisher Investments Fisher Investments on Emerging Markets retail entry strategies for emerging markets
The fifth installment of the Fisher Investments On series is a comprehensive guide to understanding and analyzing investment opportunities within emerging markets. Growing in relative importance in recent years, emerging markets offer dynamic and unique opportunities. Fisher Investments on Emerging Markets can benefit both new and seasoned investors, covering everything from regional basics to country-specific insights to practical investing tactics, including common pitfalls to avoid. This book begins with an overview of emerging markets, followed by a historical narrative of the major emerging market regions—with emphasis on the economic, political, and sentiment drivers that help shape the investing landscape. Discusses regional, and even country-specific, drivers. Examines the major regions, including Russia, China, Latin America, and Asia. Addresses the challenges unique to emerging and developing regions, and some common pitfalls to avoid. Delves into top-down investment methodology as well as individual security analysis. Outlines a five-step process to help differentiate firms in emerging markets—designed to help you identify ones with the greatest probability of outperforming Provides investment strategies for a variety of market environments Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Fisher Investments on Emerging Markets provides a framework for understanding emerging markets. With this book as your guide, you can quickly gain a global perspective on emerging markets and discover strategies to help achieve your investing goals.
1834.77 RUR
Strategies for a Successful China Market Entry retail entry strategies for emerging markets
China is one of the fastest growing markets in our time. Due to globalization and shrinking trade barriers China becomes more and more attractive for foreign investments. How to enter this specific emerging market? The purpose of this book is to analyze the important facts that can lead to success or failure of foreign small and medium-sized enterprises. In order to describe the different strategies of China market entry the Author uses unique projects with a high practical orientation to make the theory applicable.
2359 RUR
Ashok Som The Road To Luxury. The Evolution, Markets and Strategies of Luxury Brand Management retail entry strategies for emerging markets
A thorough, comprehensive guide to the luxury goods industry for executives, entrepreneurs, and students interested to know about the luxury business As key new luxury markets like Asia, Latin America and Africa continue to expand, The Road to Luxury: The Evolution, Markets and Strategies of Luxury Brand Management gives professionals interested in the industry a holistic understanding of luxury market dynamics around the world using stories, experiences, relevant data and statistics on current market trends. For investors, the book offers valuable insight on where the industry is headed. For industry insiders and executives, it presents valuable data with which to craft successful business strategies. The definitive insider's guide to the luxury sector by leading figures in the field Includes rigorous academic data, including information on the business attractiveness and appropriateness of various country markets Examines strategies and success factors of key players, and insight into the systems and operations, retail, distribution and e-commerce, emerging markets and emerging brands, as well as management styles For professionals in the luxury industry, as well as those studying it or investing in it, The Road to Luxury presents a complete and information-packed resource covering virtually every aspect of this growing sector.
3672.6 RUR
Marketing Entry Strategies retail entry strategies for emerging markets
During the last few years, couples of companies have been finding it difficult to gain a competitive position in foreign markets due to the intense competition from suppliers and competitors and also their failure to conform their marketing strategies to the countries they enter and as a result fail drastically. Companies face a lot of dilemma on which entry mode strategies to adopt when entering new foreign markets. Some pay much attention to their resources whilst others also evaluate the total cost involved in entering the market against the level of profit they will achieve in that markets. For these reasons, the main aim of this research work is to try to identify and describe some of the entry strategies models companies should consider in their internationalization process.
4839 RUR
Tim Wang Emerging Market Real Estate Investment. Investing in China, India, and Brazil retail entry strategies for emerging markets
Emerging markets in real estate investing have been an increasing focus for institutional real estate investors worldwide. Part of the Fabozzi series, this book is an insightful overview of international real estate focusing on three of the BRICs: China, India, and Brazil. The authors provide a framework for thinking about these dynamic markets characterized by youthful populations, extraordinary demand, capital inefficiency, and aspiration. Also discussed are the sociopolitical issues, policy, and entry/exit strategies. Notably, the book makes a sanguine assessment of the risks and opportunities of alternative strategies in each country.
3675.66 RUR
Entry Strategy of Foreign SMEs in Emerging markets retail entry strategies for emerging markets
This study examines and considers the effects of country conditions in Russia on entry strategy selected by small and medium foreign manufacturing enterprises (SMMEs), which is a SME in manufacturing. The purpose of this exploratory study was to further contribute to the development of the theory of the entry strategy of SMEs in emerging markets, currently being in its infant stage. The theoretical framework employed in this study was Dunning’s (1993) eclectic model. Specifically, the framework is used to study how the similarities and differences in country conditions affect the entry-strategy choices of foreign SMMEs and large manufacturing multinational enterprises (MNMEs) in the emerging market of Russia. Based on these similarities and differences, the conclusions and propositions concerning foreign SMMEs’ choices of entry strategy in emerging markets were developed. The international market entry strategy consists of a timing of entry, place of entry (as well as the choice of a place within the country), and a scale of entry. This qualitative study combined analysis of secondary data analysis with face-to-face interviews (with foreign firms’ decision makers in Russia.
7790 RUR
Behavior of Equity Foreign Investors on Emerging Markets retail entry strategies for emerging markets
The effects of equity foreign investors trading on emerging markets are controversial. Foreign investors are often blamed to bring instability, by entering and exiting emerging markets in herds, and also using positive feedback trading strategies, i.e., buying after a market rise, and selling after a market decline. On the other hand, foreigners also bring benefits like greater risk sharing and higher market liquidity. This book empirically analyzes the behavior of foreign investors on emerging equity markets in a cross-country setting. Tests of feedback trading and herding are performed in a sample of 14 emerging markets from 2000 to 2005. The book also investigates whether these investors produce positive or negative effects on local markets. This analysis tries to understand the behavior and effects of foreign investors on emerging markets and thus may help regulators while deciding about restrictions imposed to equity foreign investors. It may also shed a light on the long-term dynamics of foreigners trading, which can be useful for anyone who wants to better comprehend how local and foreign investors interact on emerging markets.
4839 RUR