Doing Business with the World

Multinational Turkish Companies in the Process of Globalization

Caner Bakır


CATEGORY: Economics
International Relations
PAGES: 230
SIZE: 16,5 x 24 cm.
EDITION: 1st print ,2016-09-14 00:00:00
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786059389112

Rate of internalization of Turkish companies has increased dramatically in the last few years. Doing Business with the World investigates these companies’ outward investment tendencies, their motivations and strategies with international comparisons and an interdisciplinary, institutional approach.

Supported by TUBITAK and COST, Caner Bakır focuses on when, with whom, and to which sectors the Turkish multinational companies invested in, the advantages particular to the country and the company, and last but not least, on how they use their unique advantages in global competition. He analyzes the governmental capacity of the invested countries and the influence of Türkiye’s and the invested countries’ corporate structure, global stance, and their performances. That way, Bakır aims to contribute the companies and governments’ strategy development and implementation processes.

Doing Business with the World is a guidebook for professionals working in the real sector and banking, as well as academicians and students of economics and administrative sciences.


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