Items where subject area is Economics (2004)

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Bennett, J and Estrin, S et al (2004) Privatisation methods and economic growth. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Bhaumik, S K, Estrin, S and Meyer, K E (2004) Determinants of employment growth at MNEs: Evidence from Egypt, India, South Africa and Vietnam. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Bhaumik, S K and Gelb, S (2004) Determinants of MNCs' mode of entry into emerging markets: some evidence from South Africa and Egypt. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Bhaumik, S K and Piesse, J (2004) A closer look at banks’ behaviour in emerging credit markets? Evidence from the Indian banking industry. Working Paper. London Business School Aditya V. Birla India Centre Working Paper Series.

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Chen, N, Imbs, J and Scott, A (2004) Competition, globalization, and the decline of inflation. Working Paper. London Business School Economics Discussion Paper Series.

Cornelius, P (2004) Growth, capital and governance: the challenge of financing Russia’s investment. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

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Ioanescu, D, Meyer, K E and Estrin, S (2004) Institutional distance and interantional business strategies in Emerging Economies. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

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Meyer, K E, Estrin, S and Bhaumik, S (2004) Greenfield versus cooperative entry in emerging economies. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Meyer, K E and Thi, Thu Tran Y (2004) Entry and growth strategies for emerging markets. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

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Stern, J and Cubbin, J (2004) Regulatory Effectiveness: the impact of good regulatory governance on electricity industry capacity and efficiency in developing countries. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

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