Chapter 1: Intro to Managerial Economics
- University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
- Business Administration
- Business Administration 456
- Chapter 1: Intro to Managerial Economics
Last Modified: 2011-10-16
- Foreign exchange and political risk
- Market imperfections
- Expanded opportunity set
- Expropriation of assets
- Adverse change in tax rules
- Legal restrictions
- Excessive transportation costs
- Information asymmetry
- provided a natural environment for financial innovations
- has promoted competition among market participants
- has encouraged developing countries such as Chile, Mexico and Korea to liberalize by allowing foreigners to directly invest in their finances
- spreading R&D expenditures and advertising costs over their global sales
- pooling global purchasing power over suppliers
- utilizing their technological and managerial know-how globally with minimum additional costs
- can face competition from a MNC that can sources it products in one country. sell them in several countries and raise its funds in a third country
- can be more competitive than an MNC on its home turf
- can still face exchange rate risk, just like an MNC
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