International Journal of Emerging Markets: Volume 9 Issue 2


Table of contents - Special Issue: China goes global

A review of institutional influences on the rise of made-in-China multinationals

Xiaohua Yang, Clyde D. Stoltenberg

This paper aims to re-examine the role of institutions in the rise of made-in-China multinationals. Specifically, the paper seeks to understand how changes in the global…


How do Chinese multinationals perceive factors affecting the integration-responsiveness framework?

Di Fan, Cherrie Jiuhua Zhu

– The purpose of this paper is to clarify how Chinese multinationals perceive factors affecting the integration-responsiveness (I-R) framework.


Chinese multinationals and public policy

Alan M. Rugman, Quyen T.K. Nguyen, Ziyi Wei

– The purpose of this paper is to examine the interaction between large Chinese firms as they internationalize and their home and host governments.


Diplomacy and investment – the case of China

Jianhong Zhang, Jiangang Jiang, Chaohong Zhou

– The purpose of this paper is to analyze the impact of diplomatic activities on outward foreign direct investment (OFDI).


Reregulation of China's rare earth production and export

Yujia He

Rare earths are essential materials for many high-tech industries critical to both economic development and national defense. China, the world's dominant supplier of rare…

Does Chinese investment affect Sub-Saharan African growth?

Jian Zhang, Ilan Alon, Yanan Chen

– The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) on GDP growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with particular emphasis on Chinese FDI.


China's rare earth sector – between domestic consolidation and global hegemony

Reinhard Peter Biedermann

China holds a global monopoly of up to 97 percent for rare earth elements (REEs), which are indispensable for all kinds of twenty-first century high-tech applications…

China's government procurement negotiations in the electric energy sector with WTO members: A suggested theoretical model

Stéphane Coudé

Throughout negotiations to access the Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) of the WTO, China maintained the position of excluding the electric energy sector (EES) from…

On the convergence of corporate governance practices in emerging markets

Christoph Lattemann

A high quality of corporate governance practices is important for a sustainable development of an economy. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the convergence and…


The attractiveness of emerging market MNCs as employers of European and American talent workers: A multicultural study

Terry D. Alkire

Upon entering developed markets, emerging market multinational corporations (EMNCs) from China and India must compete with both host companies and other developed nation…

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