Multinacionales chinas: ¿cómo influyen los factores institucionales en sus patrones de localización?

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Publicado 18-09-2018
Diego Quer Ramón Enrique Claver Cortés Laura Rienda García

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Este artículo analiza la influencia de diversos factores institucionales del país de destino sobre los patrones de localización de 29 grandes multinacionales chinas. A partir de una muestra de 127 decisiones de inversión directa en el exterior (IDE) en 52 países, nuestros resultados indican que una mayor dificultad a la hora de hacer negocios y un elevado riesgo político no condicionan sus decisiones de entrada. No obstante, la presencia de personas de etnia china en el país de destino, un mayor tamaño absoluto del mercado y un mayor volumen de exportaciones chinas hacia ese país influyen positivamente.

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Quer Ramón, D., Claver Cortés, E., & Rienda García, L. (2018). Multinacionales chinas: ¿cómo influyen los factores institucionales en sus patrones de localización?. Cuadernos De Gestión, 11(2), 77–88. https://doi.org/10.5295/cdg.100216dq
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Keywords

Multinacionales de países emergentes, China, factores institucionales, patrones de localización, inversión directa en el exterior

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