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Title: Entry Mode Strategies and Technology Transfer of Japanese High-Tech Companies in China
Keywords: Entry mode, joint ventures, wholly-owned subsidiaries, ownership, productivity, residual growth
Issue Date: 2-Mar-2010
Citation: WOLLENBERG ALEXANDER (2010-03-02). Entry Mode Strategies and Technology Transfer of Japanese High-Tech Companies in China. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This dissertation discusses choices for hierarchical entry modes and ownership adjustments from a technology and knowledge transfer-linked productivity growth perspective using Japanese high-tech companies in China as examples. A quantitative analysis of panel data from the Toyo Keizai Kaigai Shinshutsu Kigyo Soran comprising data of 1881 Japanese companies¿ subsidiaries from the high-tech industry in China which covers intervals of 17 years is linked with qualitative findings. Several important contributions to the research on entry mode choice, ownership structures, and quantitative modeling using econometric and qualitative approaches are made.
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