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When Transportation Costs Too Much When Domestic Capacity Isn't Enough When Products and Services Need Altering When Trade Restrictions Hinder Imports When Country of Origin Becomes an Issue 575 575 575 576 576

Noncollaborative Foreign Equity Arrangements

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Taking Control: Foreign Direct Investment

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How to Make FDI

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Why Companies Collaborate

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Alliance Types

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General Motives for Collaborative Arrangements

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    International Motives for Collaborative Arrangements

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Types of Collaborative Arrangements

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Some Considerations in Collaborative Arrangements

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Licensing

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Franchising

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Management Contracts Turnkey Operations

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JointVentures

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Equity Alliances

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Problems with Collaborative Arrangements

Relative Importance

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Divergent Objectives

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Questions of Control

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Comparative Contributions and Appropriations

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Culture Clashes

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Managing Foreign Arrangements

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Dynamics of Collaborative Arrangements

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Finding Compatible Partners

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Negotiating the Arrangement

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Drawing Up the Contract Assessing Performance

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C A S E : Getting Airline Alliances Off the Ground

Summary

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Key Terms

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Endnotes

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Looking to the Future:

Why Innovation Breeds Collaboration

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15 The Organization of International Business

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CASE: Organizing "People.Values, and Environment"

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Introduction 614

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Contents

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