Collaborating to Compete: Using Strategic Alliances and Acquisitions in the Global Marketplace
Joel Bleeke, David Ernst
Wiley, Jan 19, 1993 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
Culled from international experts writing for the Harvard Business Review and the McKinsey Quarterly, this book brings together the current thinking on cross-border alliances and acquisitions and their impact on global collaboration. A strategic and operational guide, it shows you the ``ropes'' when it comes to financial, legal and accounting issues in cross-border cooperation. Based on hundreds of case studies worldwide, this work gives you the results of a year-long study of current alliances that have been successful and shows how cross-border strategy approaches must be fine-tuned to meet the unique situations particular to geographic regions.
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