This book provides a study of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the high technology industries of newly industrializing countries. Concentrating on cases in India and Brazil, State-Owned Enterprises in High Technology IndustrieS≪/i> covers such factors as the economic and political impact of SOEs both at home and abroad; the question of whether they present a threat or an opportunity for multinationals; and the factors shaping the performance of high technology SOEs. Case studies of two successful Brazilian SOEs and one successful and one disasterous Indian company are provided. The book concludes with a discussion of the potential effectiveness of SOEs in high technology industries and discusses the implications for government policy and multinationals.
Business-Money, Economics, Economic-Policy-Development,