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Victor z chen ph d candidate in strategy simon fraser university

Foreign Direct Investment, Principal-Principal Conflicts, and Corporate Performance of Emerging Economy Firms

Victor Z. Chen

Ph.D. Candidate in Strategy

Simon Fraser University


Problem to be studied

Problem to be studied

  • It is very difficult to prevent controlling shareholders of emerging economy firms from expropriating minority shareholders, which in turn hampers corporate performance.


Model

Model

Emerging Economies such as BRIC

FDI

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Corporate Performance

PP Conflict

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Victor z chen ph d candidate in strategy simon fraser university

  • The world, and our western countries in particular need better understanding of emerging economies and their firms.

  • “we believe BRIC remain on a trajectory that will see their combined output reach 50% of the G7 level by 2020 and parity between 2030 and 2050. The economic downturn of the last 24 months has accelerated that realignment of the global economy; while growth slowed in all major regions, it has rebounded most quickly in emerging economies, widening the disparity between emerging market growth and that of developed markets.”

    • -- Dr. Jim O’Neill, Head of Global Economic Research at Goldman Sachs, and Father of the Idea of ‘BRIC’.

With Jim in Vancouver, Fall 2009


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