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Jul 2010

Management control: automotive IJVs with Chinese parent companies

This report investigates the management controls exerted by overseas and local parents in four automotive international joint ventures (IJVs) in China.

A shared but split management style was identified, which supplements the previous studies on IJVs management. The study also found evidence on the dynamics of management controls and the drivers behind change.

Flexibility in international joint ventures (IVJs) is important and a shared split control style is recommended.

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Management control: automotive IJVs with Chinese parent companies