Management controls in automotive international joint ventures involving Chinese parent companies

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Li, P., Tang, G., Okano, H. and Gao, C. 2011. Management controls in automotive international joint ventures involving Chinese parent companies. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
TypeProject report
TitleManagement controls in automotive international joint ventures involving Chinese parent companies
AuthorsLi, P., Tang, G., Okano, H. and Gao, C.
Abstract

Key findings:
• Flexibility in international joint ventures (JVS) is important and a shared but split
control style is recommended.
• Chinese partners used to have learning as their main objective in an IJV but this
has been replaced by profit, growth and market share.
• The most significant shifts in control between partners involve human resource
management and research and development.
• When foreign partners insist on adherence to their own management philosophy,
culture clashes occur.
• Negotiation is a part of daily life in the IJVs, and it occurs at both executive and
managerial levels, depending upon the significance of the item.

PublisherChartered Institute of Management Accountants
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Print2011
Publication process dates
Deposited13 Mar 2013
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)http://www.cimaglobal.com/en-gb/Thought-leadership/Research-topics/Organisational-management/Management-controls-in-automotive-international-joint-ventures-involving-Chinese-parent-companies/
LanguageEnglish
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