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Dimensions of Western Foreign Direct Investment in Turkey
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Dimensions of Western Foreign Direct Investment in Turkey (Hardback)

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Turkey is an attractive location for Western foreign investment because of its emerging role as a springboard for foreign companies to access the newly emerging markets of Central Asia via entering joint ventures with Turkish partners. Turkey's own emerging potential and its market attractiveness for an incremental share of world foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows have also been confirmed by the U.S. government, designating the country as one of the ten Big Emerging Markets along with China, India, Russia and Brazil, which are expected to offer the greatest commercial growth opportunities in the 21st century due to their high economic growth and rapidly growing population. Tatoglu and Glaister provide an empirical analysis of the core dimensions of FDI activity based on primary data collected from Western multinationals engaged in either wholly-owned subsidiaries or joint ventures and from local Turkish firms which are the partners in joint ventures in Turkey.

Written for scholars and students of international business, global management, and strategic management, as well as for executives who are actively pursuing international market opportunities and managers in Turkish firms seeking joint venture partners, this book provides a timely account of the key facets of Western FDI activity in Turkey. Tatoglu and Glaister analyze location specific influences, strategic motives, partner selection criteria in joint ventures, management control issues and performance.

EKREM TATOGLU is Assistant Professor at Beykent University in Instanbul, Turkey on the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences./e He was formerly a Lecturer of International Business at Adnan Menderes University in Nazilli, Turkey. KEITH W. GLAISTER is Chair in International Strategic Management, Leeds University Business School./e

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