China’s appetite for resources, knowledge and profits, and the necessity for changes in the institutional environment, business strategies and management style,International strategic management hybrids in China,Performance implications of internationalization strategies for Chinese MNCs,State corporatism and business associations in China: a comparison with earlier emerging economies of East Asia,Strategic transformation in the value-added wood products companies: case study evidence from China,Technology-sourcing investment abroad as an enhancer of Chinese MNEs’ innovative capabilities,Understanding China’s global energy strategy
The International Journal of Emerging Markets already picked up the topic of “China Goes Global” in an e-book in 2014 (IJoEM vol 9, iss. 2, 2014). That e-book was the outcome of the best papers of the 6th and 7th China Goes Global conferences. The 2014 e-book dealt with institutional influences and public policy on Chinese multinationals, their integration in the world economy, changes in their organizational structures and globalization strategies. The e-book in hand is the successor of the 2014 volume. The articles are linked and refer to the latest theories, approaches and frameworks to analyze the sources of China's global competitiveness on a country- and a company-level. They analyze how Chinese companies build innovative capabilities and what are their sources for profit making in a global economy.