By P. Rajagopal
Experiences theories of pageant and present literature, and examines the attributes of marketplace pageant and methods adhered to by means of agencies within the worldwide market. offers an in-depth research of a large spectrum of significant issues on aggressive ideas and strategies.
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The latter group of the school of thought on competition in reference to industrial organisations postulates that a firm’s position in the marketplace depends critically on the characteristics of the industry environment in which it competes. Industry environment comprises structure, conduct, and performance. Structure refers to the economic and technical perspectives of the industry in the context in which firms compete. It includes concentration in the industry such as the number and size distribution of firms, barriers to entry, and product differentiation.
World economy has now entered a radical phase of development, typically referred to as a phase of ‘globalisation’. Rapid advances in information technologies and communications, together with the systematic reduction of global trade barriers, have allowed global firms to break up the production process and to locate its various components in different markets around the world. The surge in foreign investment flows represents the most unique feature of the globalisation phase. Trade is no longer the sole or even the main vehicle for delivering products and services across borders; investment has become an even more powerful force for integration, as transnational corporations extend their global reach by establishing a direct presence in foreign markets.
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