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Finland - India business opportunities: connecting the swan and the elephant

By: Mathur, Ajeet N.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Singapore Springer 2019Description: xxx, 344 p. Includes bibliographical references and index.ISBN: 9789811080180.Subject(s): Economics - Business | Economics - Business - Foreign economic relations | India - Foreign economic relations - Finland | Finland - Foreign economic relations - IndiaDDC classification: FP 337.4897054 Summary: This book is about promising collaborative avenues for connecting Finland and India with value propositions for enterprises, consumers and investors worldwide. The book covers institutional and cultural differences and explains the logic of business systems, entry modes, and managerial styles in both countries. It draws on experience of successes and also failures to know what should be done differently. It would also interest policymakers that India’s challenges of planting economic orchards in patches of social desert and Finland’s struggle to preserve a social paradise against pulls and pressures of economic graveyards in Europe are both solvable with attention to complementarities and synergies. “From his long and rich experience of working with Finnish and Indian companies and passionate research at IIM Ahmedabad in India, and Aalto University and University of Tampere in Finland, Professor Mathur has a very deep knowledge of how to do business in both countries. Every company leader who considers starting Finnish-Indian business should read this new book. This valuable book will help companies entering new markets to flourish by building robust sustainable business relations.” https://www.springer.com/in/book/9789811080180
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Table of contents:

1. Finland and India: Unlikely Twins?
2. Business Opportunities in India
3. Business Opportunities in Finland
4. Managing Finland–India Cultural Differences
5. Managing Institutional Differences in Finland–India Business
6. Bridges for Finland–India Business
7. Organising for Business in India
8. Organising for Business in Finland
9. Future Trajectories of Finland and India
10. Conclusions: After the End and with New Beginnings

This book is about promising collaborative avenues for connecting Finland and India with value propositions for enterprises, consumers and investors worldwide. The book covers institutional and cultural differences and explains the logic of business systems, entry modes, and managerial styles in both countries. It draws on experience of successes and also failures to know what should be done differently. It would also interest policymakers that India’s challenges of planting economic orchards in patches of social desert and Finland’s struggle to preserve a social paradise against pulls and pressures of economic graveyards in Europe are both solvable with attention to complementarities and synergies.

“From his long and rich experience of working with Finnish and Indian companies and passionate research at IIM Ahmedabad in India, and Aalto University and University of Tampere in Finland, Professor Mathur has a very deep knowledge of how to do business in both countries. Every company leader who considers starting Finnish-Indian business should read this new book. This valuable book will help companies entering new markets to flourish by building robust sustainable business relations.”

https://www.springer.com/in/book/9789811080180

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