Handbook of Business Practices and Growt
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The Handbook of Business Practices and Growth in Emerging Markets consists of a collection of specially commissioned chapters that describe the current business environment, organizational culture, consumer behavior, financial investment climate, and examples of best prevailing practices in emerging markets. It covers all the major functional areas of business — marketing, strategy, operations and finance — in all continents. The focus of each chapter is on the identification of different business issues in different emerging markets (including Asia, Africa and South America) and on the implementation of a proposed set of recommendations, using both qualitative and quantitative techniques to assist in decision-making and in improving organizational efficiency and effectiveness. Readers will also appreciate the multidimensional view of financial and non-financial performance measurement of businesses.Specifically, the goal of this research-based handbook is to provide a comprehensive guide for business students and managers by discussing a range of issues from the diverse emerging markets and enabling them to develop a strategic mindset for a market-oriented culture. Given the changing business dynamics, government policies and demands in industries, this handbook is both timely and topical.Contents:Introduction (S Singh)China:New Product Development in Emerging Markets (N Grigoriou) Competing with Multinationals: Entry and Evolution of Latecomer Firms in China's Handset Industry (W Xie & S White) Current Business Practices of Top Fortune Global Emerging Multinationals (C-H Liu & K-K Wei)Between Information System Integration and Performance, What are the Missing Links? (R P Lee & Q-M Chen)Legal Cases and Auditing in China (G Chong) Commonwealth of Independent States:CSR in the Emerging Market of Russia: Finding the Nexus Between Business Accountability, Legitimacy, Growth and Societal Reconciliation (O Kuznetsova)The Russian System of Corporate Governance: Promises and Realities (O Kuznetsova)Brand Management in Emerging Markets: Private Labels in Croatian Grocery Retailing and the Case of Dona Trgovina D O O (M Martinovic & J Branch)Baltic Tiger or Wounded Lion — Retail Trade and Shopping Behavior in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania (B McKenzie)Latin America:Data Mining as a Decision Tool for Materials Procurement in a Multinational Company Headquartered in Brazil (D C C Barbosa et al.)The Importance of Natural Resources-Based Industry Clusters in Latin America: The Case of Chile (C Felzensztein)Inserting Small Holders into Sustainable Value Chains (M F Neves & L T e Castro)Franchise as an Efficient Mode of Entry in Emerging Markets: A Discussion from the Legitimacy Point of View (C Gauzente & R Dumoulin) Africa:Public Procurement Reform in Emerging Economies: A Case Study of Kenya (P M Lewa & S K Lewa)Rural Tourism in South Africa: The Case of Damdoryn and Bufflespoort (K P Quan-Baffour)An Institutional Network Approach of Partnership Mode of Interest- Free Microfinance and Islamic Banking: A Case Study (M N Alam & M M Hussain)Challenges of Internet Adoption of Banks in Ghana (N O Madichie et al.)Middle East:Does the Religious Nature of Organizations Affect Performance Measurement? A Case of GCC Banks (E K A Mohamed & M M Hussain)Challenges and Opportunities for International Marketers in Kuwait (C P Rao)Glimpses at Society and Management in Iran (H Yeganeh)Internet Consumer Behavior in Cyprus (A Thrassou et al.)Asia:Corporate Social Performance of Indonesian State-Owned and Private Companies (H Fauzi et al.)Does Individual Stock Futures Affect Stock Market: Volatility in India? (N Tripathy et al.)Philippines in the 21st Century: Business Opportunities and Strategic Marketing Implications (E P Garrovillas)Papua New Guinea — An Emerging Economy in the South Pacific: Challenges and Prospects (R Rena)Conclusion (S Singh)Readership: Students of business administration courses which focus on organizational culture, managers and management consultants dealing with issues related to emerging markets.