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Webinars

Series on Competing with Emerging Market Multinationals

CEM and the India-China-America Institute (ICA) sponsored the first webinar of a 9-part series on “Competing with EMNEs,” based initially on the book, Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets (Cambridge University Press, 2009). The series featured contributors to the book and other experts on the topic. Hundreds of people from around the world participated in the webinars.

Series was co-sponsored by the India-China-America Institute, founded by Prof Jagdish Sheth of Emory University.     



 Date Country Featured Speaker Title, Affiliation 
 Mar 29, 2011
Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
Thailand


Pavida Pananond, Professor, Thammasat
University, Bangkok, Thailand
 Jan 13, 2011  

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
Israel

Yair Aharoni, Issachar Haimovic Professor
of Strategy, Tel Aviv U.
Dec 21, 2010   

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
Egypt

Ahmed Tolba, American U, of Cairo
 Nov 10, 2010  

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
Mexico

Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Associate
Professor, U. of South Carolina
 Oct 13, 2010  

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
Turkey

Attila Yaprak, Professor, Wayne State U.
 July 14, 2010  

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
South Africa

Andrea Goldstein, Senior Economist,
OECD and Albert Wocke, Senior Lecturer,
Gordon Institute of Business Sciences, 
Johannesburg, S. Africa
 June 9, 2010  
 



Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
Russia

Sheila Puffer and Daniel J. McCarthy,
Northeastern University (contributors to
the book)
 May 20, 2010  


Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
China

Peter Williamson, Visiting Professor of
International Management, Cambridge
University, and contributor to the book.
 Feb 10, 2010  


Competing with EMNEs: The Case of
India

Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern U, and co-
editor of Emerging Multinationals in
Emerging Markets
 (Cambridge U. Press,
2009)