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Western Multinational Corporations in Latin America

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Western Multinational Corporations in Latin America

Western Multinational Corporations in Latin America: Conflating Capitalisms and Institutional Dynamics of Inter-systemic Actor Exchange by Moritz Kappler
English | EPUB | 2022 | 392 Pages | ISBN : 3030938042 | 10.2 MB

This book advances the debate on socio-economic development and multinational corporations (MNCs). It provides an actor-centered perspective and develops the framework called ‘Conflating Capitalisms’ that allows for a better understanding of both MNC-induced institutional change in the host country and the subsequent impact on local development.

Climate Change Economics between Europe and China

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Climate Change Economics between Europe and China

Climate Change Economics between Europe and China: Long-Term Economic Development of Divergence and Convergence
by Qing Pei
English | EPUB | 2021 | 232 Pages | ISBN : 3030787451 | 14.1 MB

This book is the first attempt to highlight the Great Divergence between Europe and China from the perspective of environmental change. The author discusses the agrarian economy while considering the effects of climate change in both Europe and China at a long-term scale. The findings in the book supplement current knowledge and discussion on the Great Divergence across Eurasia.

Hong Kong Society: High-Definition Stories beyond the Spectacle of East-Meets-West

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Hong Kong Society: High-Definition Stories beyond the Spectacle of East-Meets-West

Hong Kong Society: High-Definition Stories beyond the Spectacle of East-Meets-West by Stephen WK Chiu
English | PDF | 2022 | 411 Pages | ISBN : 9811657068 | 7.9 MB

This book borrows the concept of “high-definition” from digital broadcasting to highlight our unique approach to Hong Kong society, which gives a sharper image than analyses. It intends to highlight contrasts with many common and taken-for-granted stories, myths and representations of Hong Kong— which often presented with a low level of detail, lacking proper connections between grounded personal experiences and the macro social context. With chapters covering various salient dimensions of Hong Kong’s society, including migration, economy, inequality, identity and social movements, our “high-definition” approach presents images with high enough “resolution” to match multiple layers of experiences from walks of life of Hong Kong people, contributing to an understanding of how global transformation impacts local people’s experiences, as well as Hong Kong’s significance in the regional and global system.

Latin American and Iberian Entrepreneurship: New Perspectives on Culture, Traditions and Heritage

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Latin American and Iberian Entrepreneurship: New Perspectives on Culture, Traditions and Heritage

Latin American and Iberian Entrepreneurship: New Perspectives on Culture, Traditions and Heritage by João Leitão
English | PDF | 2022 | 187 Pages | ISBN : 303097698X | 3.2 MB

Latin American and Iberian entrepreneurship represents a special kind of innovation, risk-taking, and futuristic business activity based on a common cultural heritage. There has been an increased interest in entrepreneurship related to specific cultural groups, and this edited book will be among the first to provide a Latin American and Iberian perspective to the study of entrepreneurship, thereby acknowledging the role of the Spanish and Portuguese diaspora and language on the global economy. Each chapter will focus on a different aspect of entrepreneurship related to countries within Latin America and Iberia. By combining both geographical groups, the authors aim to provide a better understanding of how Latin culture permeates entrepreneurial business activities.

Western Multinational Corporations in Latin America

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Western Multinational Corporations in Latin America

Western Multinational Corporations in Latin America: Conflating Capitalisms and Institutional Dynamics of Inter-systemic Actor Exchange by Moritz Kappler
English | PDF | 2022 | 392 Pages | ISBN : 3030938042 | 8.4 MB

This book advances the debate on socio-economic development and multinational corporations (MNCs). It provides an actor-centered perspective and develops the framework called ‘Conflating Capitalisms’ that allows for a better understanding of both MNC-induced institutional change in the host country and the subsequent impact on local development.

Financial Inclusion Schemes in India

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Financial Inclusion Schemes in India

Financial Inclusion Schemes in India by Firdous Ahmad Malik
English | PDF | 2022 | 182 Pages | ISBN : 9811913153 | 3.6 MB

The exclusion of the destitute population from the formal financial system is a long-standing problem in India. This book examines the performance of financial inclusion policies in India to understand their impact on two urban vulnerable groups, Slum Dwellers and Beggars. This study includes analysis at the national level, the variables of the financial inclusion index like Penetration, Availability, and Usage from 2006 to 2020 from the world bank data set. Similarly, the authors examine five policies on financial inclusion by conducting a primary level survey on two urban capital cities of Lucknow and Kolkata, using a well-structured questionnaire for data collection. The authors uses two sampling techniques: simple random in the case of beggars, and stratified random in the case of slum dwellers.