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|Title:||Assessment of the integration climate of countries as a tool for the formation of strategic business partnerships|
|Authors:||Starikova, M. S.|
Kamyshanchenko, E. N.
Luksha, I. M.
Rastopchina, Y. L.
Kovaleva, E. I.
|Keywords:||Authors of BSTU|
strategic business partnership
business environment assessment
|Publisher:||Published by Future Academy|
|Abstract:||Predictive views on globalization can be combined into two scenarios: the strengthening of globalization as a result of the development of new technologies and the weakening of globalization as a result of the revival of national identity. In any scenario for the development of the world economy, priority is given to deepening the links in the sphere of high technology development. The creation of international integration business groups for any country in the current socio-political and economic conditions remains an instrument of involvement in global economic relations. Formation of strategic business partnerships in foreign economic activity is a defensive reaction to the possible negative consequences of globalization. The initial tool of the mechanism for forming strategic partnerships in an international format is to assess the integration conditions prevailing in the countries of the intended partners. The article proposes a methodology for assessing the integration climate of the country of business interaction partners. The evaluation system is based on the integration of the world ratings used to characterize various aspects of public life in states. Approbation of the methodology allowed dividing countries into three groups according to the degree of similarity of the integration climate. The expediency of choosing a business partner is determined by the similarity of the integration climate in the countries of functioning of entrepreneurs initiating a strategic partnership.|
|Description:||Assessment of the integration climate of countries as a tool for the formation of strategic business partnerships / M. S. Starikova, E. N. Kamyshanchenko, I. M Luksha, Y. L. Rastopchina, E. I. Kovaleva // International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences (RPTSS 2017). - 2017. - P. 1315-1324|
|Appears in Collections:||Economical and human sciences|
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