Regional integration in Latin America : dynamics of the Pacific Alliance / edited by Mónica Blanco-Jimenez, and Jesús Cruz Álvarez.Material type: TextPublisher: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 186 pages) ; cmContent type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9781789731590 (e-book)Subject(s): Free trade -- Latin America | Latin America -- Economic conditions | Business & Economics -- International -- General | Business & managementAdditional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 382.917 LOC classification: HF1770.5 | .R44 2019Online resources: Full-Text | Full-Text
Prelims -- Pacific Alliance: political, economic, and commercial implications -- Improving the competitiveness of the Pacific Alliance countries -- Automotive industry: competitive strategy and challenges in the Pacific Alliance (Mexico, Chile, Colombia, and Peru) -- Financial and economic convergence in Pacific Alliance countries -- Mexico's challenges in commercial integration with Pacific Alliance countries -- Leadership in Latin America: Mexican companies -- Andean organizational culture and citizenship behavior in Peru -- SME internationalization in Latin America: evidence from Mexico and Peru -- The role of social entrepreneurship and social innovation in colombia and its implications in the Pacific Alliance -- Business ecosystems and social innovation: evidence from Colombia and Mexico -- Competitiveness in Chile's SMEs through CSR and sustainability practices -- Entrepreneurship as a boost of economic growth in Mexico and Chile -- Index.
The Pacific Alliance treaty has created one of the most competitive and fastest growing economies in the world. In this multi-disciplinary study, authors Monica Blanco-Jiménez and Jesús Cruz Alvarez investigate top industries and the cultural, political and entrepreneurship practices that impact the economic and competitive development of its members.Divided into six parts, the contributors to this volume show the global strategies and synergies that are part of one of the world's most competitive trade zones. Part I explores how this regional integration was build, while Part II presents comparative studies about competitiveness in the automotive industry and Part III offers two studies on Mexico's exports. Part IV, V and VI focus on Peru, Colombia and Chile respectively, looking across social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility and social development. Containing the most recent research in international business and relations, this book will help researchers, students and entrepreneurs get to the roots of competitiveness and sustainable growth.
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