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eBook Multinational Agribusinesses (Crop Science) ePub

by Ruth Rama

  • ISBN: 1560229373
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Ruth Rama
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (December 23, 2004)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1370 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1251 kb
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Multinational Agribusinesses.

Multinational Agribusinesses. Multinational Agribusinesses examines the key areas of concern to multinationals involved with food and drink processing and/or upstream industries, including recent trends, growth factors, innovations, product and geographic diversification, and intra-firm trade. The book presents updated statistics (total sales, agrifood sales, net income, employment figures, number of total businesses on overseas and home markets) on the world’s 100 largest food multinationals, and updated tables on sell-offs, divestitures, and plant closures.

PDF On Jan 1, 2017, Ruth Rama and others published The changing geography and organisation of. .Academic and policy implications are discussed.

Academic and policy implications are discussed. Key words: multinational agribusiness, FDI in agriculture, liberalisation of land markets, MNEs from emerging economies, new forms of international investment, networked. Published as: Rama, R. (2017). The changing geography and organisation of multinational. Internat ional Journal of Mu ltina tional Corpora tion St rategy, 2(1), 1-25.

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The multinational agrifood sector displays a common knowledge base across companies. companies diversifying into the chemicals/drugs or other industries). Technological capabilities in multinational agribusiness. oceedings{gicalCI, title {Technological capabilities in multinational agribusiness}, author {Oscar Alfranca and Ruth Rama and Nick von Tunzelmann}, year {2003} }.

Agri-food multinational enterprises. The changing geography and organisation of multinational agribusiness. Multinational Corporation Strategy, vol. 2(1). 25 p. Ruth Rama, (2017). The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment and Technology, John Wiley & Sons, 11 p. Innovation and the strategies of food and beverage multinational enterprises: A survey. Systèmes alimentaires/Food Systems, vol. 2. 17 p. Just-in-time and space. A internacionalizaçao do setor das tecnologías de informaçao e comunicaçao em Espanha: contexto geral e experiências de éxito empresarial.

The book provides in-depth and up-to-date analysis of the crucial issues facing multinational enterprises involved in input and output supply activities, commodity investment, food manufacturing, and food distribution.

Published: 1 January 2017. by Inderscience Publishers. in International Journal of Multinational Corporation Strategy. International Journal of Multinational Corporation Strategy, Volume 2; doi:10. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit.

Keywords: multinational agribusiness; FDI in agriculture; liberalisation of land markets; MNEs from emerging economies; new forms of international investment; networked multinationals.

Addresses: IEGD-CSIC, Albasanz, 26-28, 28037 Madrid, Spain. Keywords: multinational agribusiness; FDI in agriculture; liberalisation of land markets; MNEs from emerging economies; new forms of international investment; networked multinationals. International Journal of Multinational Corporation Strategy, 2017 Vo. N., p. - 25.

Multinational Agribusinesses Crop Science.

Stay a step ahead of the global competition in food and fiber production, processing, and sales! Multinational Agribusinesses is an essential guide to the inner workings of companies with direct investments in the food and fiber system in the United States and the world.

Stay a step ahead of the global competition in food and fiber production, processing, and sales! Multinational Agribusinesses is an essential guide to the inner workings of companies with direct investments in the food and fiber system in the United States and the world. The book provides in-depth and up-to-date analysis of the crucial issues facing multinational enterprises involved in input and output supply activities, commodity investment, food manufacturing, and food distribution. An international panel of academics and researchers working in economics and agriculture presents strategic management and economic analysis of agribusinesses representing a variety of sizes and nationalities. Multinational Agribusinesses examines the key areas of concern to multinationals involved with food and drink processing and/or upstream industries, including recent trends, growth factors, innovations, product and geographic diversification, and intra-firm trade. The book presents updated statistics (total sales, agrifood sales, net income, employment figures, number of total businesses on overseas and home markets) on the world’s 100 largest food multinationals, and updated tables on sell-offs, divestitures, and plant closures. Multinational Agribusinesses looks at enterprises in the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, Southeast Asia, and Brazil, including Ajinomoto®, Coca-Cola®, Nestlé®, Ralston Purina®, Unilever®, Barilla®, and the Charoen Pokphan Group®. Multinational Agribusinesses provides managers with answers to the questions they consider every day, including: Why do some multinational agribusinesses grow faster than others? Is product or geographic diversification conducive to good performance? Are Japanese food multinationals a challenge to my business? What industrial and geographical strategies are my competitors using? Government officials in countries hosting multinationals can find answers to their questions, including: Is my food multinational taking its research and development facilities abroad? Will foreign direct investment outflows reduce my country’s export of food? Are multinational agribusinesses from new source countries viable? And Multinational Agribusinesses will supply academics with responses to theoretical inquiries, such as: Is the standard theory of the multinational enterprises applicable to food multinationals? What are the specificities of food multinationals compared to other multinationals? Multinational Agribusinesses is a unique resource for international business managers, officials from government or international organizations, and academics working in international business studies and agricultural economics.