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eBook Internationalisation and Enterprise Development in Ghana epub
  • ISBN: 0954503791
  • Author: John Kuada
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Economics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Adonis & Abbey (September 5, 2000)
  • Pages: 328 pages
  • ePUB size: 1991 kb
  • FB2 size 1157 kb
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and Enterprise Development is a major contribution to the body of knowledge on enterprise development in Africa in general, and Ghana in particular

and Enterprise Development is a major contribution to the body of knowledge on enterprise development in Africa in general, and Ghana in particular. It is a must-read to all who are interested in Africa's enterprise development including the role played by in that process.

John Kuada is an Associate Professor of International Management at Aalborg University, Denmark. He has published extensively on issues of African management and international business in scholarly journals. Economic growth is one of the most cost-effective ways of dealing with poverty in Africa. Growth lifts many people out of poverty and at the same time generates the government revenues necessary for investments within the social sector. Thus the design and implementation of business development policies remains a major challenge in most African countries.

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John Kuada is an Associate Professor of International Management at Aalborg University, Denmark.

DATA SOURCES AND METHODS The empirical results reported here derive from two separate, but interrelated studies, conducted in Ghana between 1995 and 1998.

was historically perceived to be the strategy of large firms. Small firm’s is more often combined with threat than with opportunities and for this reason they are however often considered to be home market oriented (Lindmark, 1998 in Laine & Kock, 2001). Firms are no longer interested to stay at home even where there are good prospects in the home market.

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The Human Factor in Economic Development. Culture and Its Relevance to Economic Development Discourses.

Policy makers and scholars consider private enterprise development as one of the most promising avenues of economic growth in Africa. To grow, enterprises must improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations, often through internationalisation. It is generally believed that internationalisation enhances the technological and managerial capacities of firms and also helps them to leverage other types of resources not immediately available within their own countries. In recent years, there has been an upsurge of interest in exploring the extent to which African firms are integrated into global business networks, and the benefits, if any, derived from such integrations. The above informed the need for an empirical investigations in Ghana from 2002-2003, the results of which are presented in this book. Based on the experiences in Ghana, contributors to the volume explore the issues of internationalisation in Africa by focusing on firm-level activities and inter-firm relations rather than on macro issues. They draw on dominant theories of internationalisation to explore issues such as sustained competitive advantages of firms, management and business relations in export processing zones, organisational structures, competence and leadership; culture, learning and cross-border inter-firm linkages as well as finance and stock exchange performance in Ghana. Internationalisation and Enterprise Development is a major contribution to the body of knowledge on enterprise development in Africa in general, and Ghana in particular. It is a must-read to all who are interested in Africa’s enterprise development including the role played by internationalisation in that process.

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