Asia’s global expansion: business and finacial aspects

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The concept of this monograph is focused on an analysis of the prospects for improving the competitive position of Asian countries in the global economy. The authors argue that a comprehensive analysis of Asia’s economic development requires studying its business and financial aspects in parallel. The authors of the monography concentrate on the chosen business aspects of Asia’s expansion, such as: trade and value chain development, Asian transnational corporations, international mergers and acquisitions, growth potential of energy industry, GDP growth model.
The unique nature of the studies conducted for this book stems from their wide thematic and geographical scope. Consequently, both business and financial features of economic growth are analysed. This approach is further used to study the financial aspects of China’s development in a related book prepared by the authors from the same Department: China’s economic growth: selected financial aspects.
According to the opinion expressed by the reviewer the following monograph constitutes a valuable contribution to the discussion concerning the new role of Asian economies in the world. It is recommended to scientists, students and journalist who study the problems of Asia’s economic development and its role in the global economy. The results can be also useful to companies interested in developing their business activities in the countries of the region.


Liczba stron138
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
ISBN-13978-83-8142-990-0
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyePWN Sp. z o.o.

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  Introduction    7
  
  Chapter 1. Asian trade and global value chains (Aleksandra Nacewska-Twardowska)    9
  1.1. Globalization, global value chains and value added trade    10
  1.2. Statistical data and methodology    14
  1.3. Share of Asian economies in international trade    17
  1.4. Analysis of the largest Asian economies    21
  Conclusions    24
  Appendix    26
  
  Chapter 2. The most powerful Asian transnational corporations (Magdalena Rosińska-Bukowska)    27
  2.1. The determinants of building international competitiveness in the 21st century – implications for the assessment of development potential of corporations    28
  2.2. System of corporation attributes as the foundation of development potential    30
  2.3. Systemic nature of corporation capital – layers, parameters, potential assessments    33
  2.4. Asia’s largest companies in international rankings    37
  2.5. Asian corporations in light of the research that utilizes a synthetic measure    46
  2.6. The most powerful Asian non-financial transnational corporations    53
  Conclusions    56
  
  Chapter 3. The social network analysis of Chinese cross-border mergers and acquisitions (Dominika Brózda-Wilamek)    59
  3.1. The network analysis as the M&A’s research tool    60
  3.2. Chinese cross-border mergers and acquisitions    62
  3.3. The results of the Chinese CBM&As network study using SNA indicators    66
  Conclusions    71
  
  Chapter 4. The role of energy sector in the development of the Chinese economy (Tomasz Motowidlak)    73
  4.1. Primary energy consumption as a determinant of China’s economic growth    74
  4.2. Electricity consumption as a determinant of the development of China’s economy    77
  4.3. Side effects of China’s economic growth    79
  4.4. Fuel conditioning of electricity generation in China    80
  4.5. New priorities in China’s power industry    82
  4.6. Development of technologies and innovative solutions in China’s power industry    83
  4.7. China’s capital expansion as a form of acquiring modern energy technologies    85
  Conclusions    86
  
  Chapter 5. The comparative analysis for gross domestic product of China and ASEAN member states (Agnieszka Matuszewska-Pierzynka)    89
  5.1. Impact of government expenditure on economic growth – literature review    91
  5.2. Research Methodology    95
  5.3. Efficiency of general government final consumption expenditure in the creation of GDP – results of empirical research    102
  Conclusions    108
  
  Chapter 6. Challenges ahead of the banking sectors in Asia (Klaudia Zielińska-Lont)    111
  6.1. Asia’s banking sector – overview    112
  6.2. Major banking sectors in the region    113
  6.3. Asian banking sector – status quo    115
  6.4. Asian banking sector – way forward    117
  
  Conclusions    120
  Conclusions    121
  References    123
  List of figures    135
  List of tables    137
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