Project #156134 - Easy --Wall street journal article , 2-3 page double spaced conveying knowledge of some terms

Business Tutors

Subject Business
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/28/2016 04:00 pm

Very simple i just have a wall street journal article you can view it here    

just write short paragraph executive summary explain what the article is saying 4 or 5 sentences

then just talk about the article must be atleast 2 and half pages double spaced with the summary paragraph....  must use 10 of any of the following  terms/concepts in your discussion about the article 


Tacit versus Codified Knowledge

First Mover Advantages versus Pioneering Costs


Strategic Commitments

Advantages and disadvantages of all the international entry modes

Exporting: Direct versus Indirect

Turnkey Projectsa


Cross-Licensing Agreements

Opportunism / Acting Opportunistically


Master Franchise Agreements

Strategic Alliances: Non-Equity Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures


Relational Capital

Monitoring Costs

Subsidiaries / Wholly Owned Subsidiaries

Greenfield Investment, Acquisitions and Mergers

Hubris Hypothesis

The Decision Framework for International Entry Modes

Foreign Direct Investment

Horizontal FDI versus Vertical FDI

Backward Vertical FDI versus Forward Vertical FDI

Stock versus Flow of FDI

Gross Fixed Capital Formation

The Radical, Free Market and Pragmatic Nationalism Views of FDI

Theoretical Explanations for FDI: Transportation Costs, Market Imperfections, Strategic Behavior, and Location-Specific Advantages

Impediments to the Sale of Know-How

Multipoint Competition

Benefits and Costs of FDI for a Host Country

Resource-Transfer Effects: Capital, Technology and Management

Employment Effects: Direct, Indirect, Substitution, and Acquisition Restructuring

Balance-of-Payments Effects of FDI for the Home and Host Countries

National Sovereignty

Benefits and Costs of FDI for a Home Country

Home Country Policies to Encourage and Restrict Outward FDI

Host Country Policies to Encourage and Restrict Inward FDI

Regulatory Exemptions

Performance Requirements

Export Financing Risk

Letters of Credit

Draft / Bill of Exchange

Sight Drafts versus Time Drafts

Bill of Lading

Export Credit Insurance

Countertrade: Barter, Counterpurchase, Offset, Compensation/ Buybacks, Switch Trading

Factors favoring concentrated versus decentralized/dispersed production (i.e., Table 17.1)

Fixed Costs

Minimum Efficient Scale

Flexible Manufacturing Technology

Mass Customization

Flexible Machine Cells

Value-to-Weight Ratio

Benefits of In-House Production versus the Advantages of Outsourcing

Specialized Assets

Transfer Prices

Just-in-time Inventory (JIT)

Inventory Turnover versus Inventory Levels

Components of the Marketing Mix

How and why components of the marketing mix must be adapted in the international context

Marketing Segmentation

Discretionary versus Mandatory Product Changes

Retail Concentration: Fragmented versus Concentrated Retail Systems

Distribution Channel

Channel Length

Channel Exclusivity

Channel Quality

Gray Market Products versus Black Market Products

Media Channels

Product Positioning

Barriers to International Communication

Country of Origin Effects versus Country of Origin Labeling

Noise Levels

Push versus Pull Strategies

Reasons for and against standardized advertising campaigns

Media Availability

Competitive versus Comparative Claims in Advertising

Price Discrimination

Price Elasticity of Demand: Elastic versus Inelastic Demand Curves

Predatory Pricing

Multipoint Pricing

Experience Curve Pricing

Antidumping Regulations

Competition Policy

Accounting Standards

Determinants of National Accounting Standards

How uncertainty avoidance impacts accounting practices

Historic Cost versus Current Cost Accounting

Harmonization of Accounting Standards

International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)

EU Directives

Consolidated Financial Statements

Current Rate Method versus the Temporal Rate Method

Functional Currency versus Reporting Currency

How exchange rate changes impact budgets and control systems

Lessard-Lorange Model: Initial, Projected, Internal Forward and Ending Rates

Investment Decisions

Capital Budgeting

Discount Rates

Project versus Parent Cash Flows

Techniques for adapting capital budgeting methods for political and economic risk

Financing Decisions

Financial Structure

Money Management Decisions

Transaction Costs: Currency Conversion Fees and Transfer Fees

Tax Credits, Tax Treaties and Tax Deferrals


Dividend Remittances

Royalty Payments

The impact of transfer pricing on control systems, performance evaluation, and money management

Market Price / Arm’s-Length Price

Fronting Loans

Centralized Depositories

Bilateral and Multilateral Netting

Mortgage-Backed Securities


Credit Default Swaps



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