Luo Laijun & Yang Jidong & Yang Ruilong

China Model and Internationalization of Chinese Enterprises

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Chinese enterprises, overseas business strategy of Chinese enterprises, overseas listing and overseas merger&acquisition of Chinese enterprises, foreign direct investment, transnational operation&management of state-owned enterprises


The content of China Model and Internationalization of Chinese Enterprises, compiled by Yang Ruilong, covers Chinese enterprises, overseas business strategy of Chinese enterprises, overseas listing and overseas merger and acquisition of Chinese enterprises, foreign direct investment and transnational operation and management of state-owned enterprises, transnational operation and management of private enterprises, etc. in the perspective of China’s path of economic development, China model and globalization. The internationalization of Chinese enterprises is the internationalization supported by the China model. The huge foreign exchange reserves of China will provide corresponding financial support for internationalization. Therefore, it is necessary to have a basic knowledge of China’s development model to understand the background, approach and direction of Chinese enterprises’ internationalization. The aim of China Model and Internationalization of Chinese Enterprises is to enable students to understand China’s past development model, to understand the domestic background of the internationalization of Chinese enterprises and the international challenges to be addressed.





Prof. Yang Ruilong is Dean of the School of Economics, Renmin University, China; research fellow at the National Academy of Development and Strategy, in the same school, co-director of the Institute of Economic Research of RUC, member of the Changjiang Scholars Program, MOE and guest scholar at the of Durham University, UK. Research fields include: Property right system in modern enterprises; new institutional economics, corporate theory and development economics. He co-authored Comprehensive, Sustainable and Harmonious Development of New-Industrialization Path published by China Renmin University Press in 2006. His other prominent publications include: Inflation in the Transformation Phase of the Chinese Economic System: Its Prevalence, Causes and Effects, Asian Economies, No. 81, June 1992;  On the Economic Logic of Employee Participating in the Enterprise Governance, Economic Perspectives, No. 5 May 2005; Globalisation and China’s Reform of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), edited by Clem Tisdell, Globalisation and World Economic Policies: Effects and Policy Responses of Nations and their Groupings, Serials Publications, 2005.

Prof. Luo Laijun currently teaches at the School of Economics, Renmin University, China, he earned his Ph.D. in Economics, at the Fudan University of China, Shanghai. Also research fellow at the National Academy of Development and Strategy, Dean of Yangtze River Economic Zone Academy, established at the Renmin University. His researches and studies have caught the attention of the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Education and of several provincial and municipal governments. More than 180 articles and essays were published at both domestic and foreign journals and media such as the journal The World Economy, International Journal of Technology Management, China & World Economy, Economic Research Journal, Management World Monthly, The Quarterly Journal of Economics. Prominent articles he contributed include: Export, subsidy and innovation: China’s state-owned enterprises versus privately-owned enterprises (2016); Evolution of collaborative innovation network in China’s wind turbine manufacturing industry (2014); What Factors Influence the Diffusion of the Mobile Communications Industry: A Case Study from China (2013); Development Trajectories in the Biotechnology Industry: China versus Leading Countries (2011); Factors Influencing FDI Location Choice in China’s Inland Areas (2008).

Associate Prof. Yang Jidong currently teaches at the Renmin University, China, he earned Ph.D. in Economics at the same school. His research fields include: Corporate theory, corporate governance, institutional economics, labor economics, contract theory. His most recent publication is Happiness Inequality in China (2015); Do Political Connections Depress Union-Wage Effect? Evidence from China (with Yang Song, Qijing Yang); Stimulus Policy, State-owned Enterprises Channel and Land Sales: An Evidence from China. His articles published in English include: Shifting to a Market-Based Wage-Setting Mechanism for Low-Skilled Labor: Macroeconomic Effect” (With Yang Ruilong), China Economist, 2012; State-owned Enterprise Outward Investment and the Structural Reform In China (with Song Ligang and Zhang Yongsheng), China & World Economy, Vol. 19/7, 2011; Why Has Top Executive Compensation Increased So Much In China: An Explanation of Peer-Effects (With Yang Ruilong), Pacific Economic Review, Vol. 14/5, 2009.


1. Introduction
1.1 Background of the course
1.2 Significance of the subject
1.3 Main content of the subject
1.4 Prospects for learning

2. China’s Economic Development Path
2.1 China’s economic development stages since the Reform and Opening-up
2.2 China’s industrialization since the Reform and Opening-up
2.3 The path of urbanization in China
2.4 Miracles of China’s economic growth
2.5 Summary

3. China Model and China’s Economic Development
3.1 Debates on the China model
3.2 Market-oriented reform and economic development
3.3 The role of government in economic development
3.4 Opening-up and the economic growth

4. Chinese Enterprises in the Horizon of Globalization
4.1 Rebalancing process in the world economy
4.2 Chinese enterprises in the perspective of globalization
4.3 The “Going Out” strategies of Chinese enterprises
4.4 Opportunities and challenges faced by Chinese enterprises in the path of internationalization

5. Overseas Business Strategies of the Chinese Enterprises
5.1 Motivation analysis of the overseas operation of Chinese enterprises
5.2 Advantages and risks in the overseas operations of Chinese enterprises
5.3 Chinese enterprises overseas market entry strategies
5.4 Strategic mode choices of Chinese enterprises in their overseas operations
5.5 Strategic support for overseas management of Chinese enterprises

6. Overseas Listing by Chinese Enterprises
6.1 Overview of overseas listing activities by Chinese enterprises
6.2 Opportunities and challenges in the overseas listing of Chinese enterprises
6.3 Ways for Chinese enterprises to list overseas

7. Internationalization of Chinese Enterprises: Overseas Mergers and Acquisitions
7.1 The current situation of overseas mergers and acquisitions by Chinese enterprises
7.2 Driving factors behind overseas mergers and acquisitions
7.3 Main factors affecting the success or failure of overseas mergers and acquisitions
7.4 Experiences and lessons of overseas M&As
7.5 Overseas mergers and acquisitions – Looking ahead

8. Research on FDIs by State-Owned Enterprises
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Theoretical implications of FDI by SOEs
8.3 The status quo and influence of FDIs by SOEs
8.4 The impact of overseas investment on China’s institutional reform

9. SOEs and Their Transnational Management and Operations
9.1 The current situation of Chinese SOEs’ transnational operations
9.2 Problems regarding the transnational operations of Chinese SOEs
9.3 Main fields of improvement in respect to the transnational operations of Chinese state-owned enterprises

10. Multinational Operation and Management of Private Enterprises
10.1 Current situation of the overseas operations by private enterprises
10.2 The potentials of Chinese private enterprises in the transnational business
10.3 Overseas business strategy of Chinese private enterprises


Format: paperback
Publication date: 2020
Page extent: 372
ISBN: 9786057693129


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