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Green Windows of Opportunity: Chinese Catch up in the Age of Transformation Towards Sustainability

Green Windows of Opportunity: Chinese Catch up in the Age of Transformation Towards Sustainability

Green Windows of Opportunity: Chinese Catch up in the Age of Transformation Towards Sustainability

On the 29th of May 2021 with Rasmus Lema I presented our Special Issue in Industrial & Corporate Change at the Global Lecture Series on Chinese Economy

Here you can download the ppt and here you can see the video

Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability

Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability

Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability

A new article with Rasmus Lema and Xiaolan Fu introducing a Special Section on green windows of opportunity for latecomer development in renewable energies. A box about the article is included in the UNCTAD Technology and Innovation Report 2021.

Here you can download the open access article

Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping spree in advanced countries. How good it is for their innovative output?

Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping spree in advanced countries.  How good it is for their innovative output?

Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping spree in advanced countries. How good it is for their innovative output?

Chinese and Indian multinationals are continuously expanding their operations in Europe and the USA through cross-border acquisitions (CBAs), with the aim of tapping into international knowledge located in target firms and innovative hubs. In this article published in the Journal of Economic Geography with Amendolagine, Giuliani and Martinelli, we look into the innovative impacts that CBAs have on the acquiring multinational enterprises.

Chinese investments in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations

Chinese investments in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations

Chinese investments in Europe: corporate strategies and labour relations

With Vito Amendolagine I have contributed to this book edited by Jan Drahokoupil and published by ETUI with a chapter on Chinese Foreign Direct Investments in the European Union.

Here you can download the full book and here is the link to my chapter.

Gradual catch up and enduring leadership in the global wine industry

Gradual catch up and enduring leadership in the global wine industry

Gradual catch up and enduring leadership in the global wine industry

In this article co-authored with Andrea Morrison, we investigate the different catch-up cycles in the global wine sector between 1960 and 2010. Changes in demand opened the first window of opportunity for latecomers, who gradually caught up via path-creating strategies. Incumbents maintained their leadership by aligning their wines to current demand patterns. The entry of China in the wine market can open up a new catch-up cycle.

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