Global Strategy - Introduction Fall 2011

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Unformatted text preview: hieve critical mass (minimum efficient scale) Voigt , 2010 39 Aggregation x Global Strategy Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 40 Arbitrage Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 41 Replication ("No" adaptation) Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 42 Global Business Adaptation Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 43 Adaptation/Replication Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 44 How far can a business model travel? Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 45 Global Business Aggregating demand across markets Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 46 Aggregating demand to lower administrative (back office) costs Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 47 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 48 Arbitrage Global Business Global Strategy Wal-Mart is the fifth largest trading partner in China Voigt , 2010 49 Adaptation/Replication Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 50 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 51 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 52 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 53 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 54 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 55 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 56 Global Business Global Strategy Voigt , 2010 57...
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