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How does China’s Belt and Road Initiative change international business?

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How does China’s Belt and Road Initiative change international business?

Time: 18 October 2022, 11:00 UTC (View Local Time<>)


Foreign direct investment along the Belt and Road: A political economy perspective<>
Jiatao Li, Ari Van Assche, Lee Li, Gongming Qian
Presented by: Ari Van Assche, HEC Montreal

Subnational response differences on the Belt and Road Initiative policy and firm internationalization: A longitudinal and multi-level approach<>
Artemis Chang, Rui Torres de Oliveira, Hsi-Mei Chung, Nan Zheng
Presented by: Rui Torres de Oliveira, Queensland University of Technology

A bargaining and property rights perspective on the Belt and Road Initiative: Cases from the Italian port system<>
Cristian Luise, Peter Buckley, Hinrich Voss, Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Elisa Barbieri
Presented by: Peter Buckley, University of Leeds; Hinrich Voss, HEC Montreal

Klaus Meyer, Western University
Jiatao Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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