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Factors Influencing International Joint Venture Performance in China

Zheng Xiaosong () and Zhang Jinming ()
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Zheng Xiaosong: Department of Marketing, University of Vaasa, Finland
Zhang Jinming: Sydney Institute of Language and Commerce, Shanghai University, China

Annals - Economic and Administrative Series -, 2011, vol. 5, issue 1, 167-184

Abstract: International Joint Venture (IJV) has been a common organizational mode and played an increasingly important role on sino-foreign trade businesses. While a sizeable research on IJVs has been taken since 1970s, studies on sino-foreign IJVs are lack of authentic papers and an integrated measurement system. This article conducts an in-depth review of previous research on IJV in general. Based on the review results and considerations of specific conditions and characteristics of sino-foreign IJVs, the author presents a newly integrated and systematic framework for measuring the performance of sino-foreign IJVs, including the factors influencing IJV performance and the performance measurement approaches. In the end, the potential directions for future research are proposed.

Keywords: international joint venture; china; performance; success factors; stakeholder (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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