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Collaboration in the Australian and Chinese Mobile Telecommunication Markets

  • Offers first-hand qualitative and quantitative data on the Chinese and Australian telecommunication industries

  • Identifies the models for successful business collaboration in Australia and China

  • Presents a cross-disciplinary study in economics, management and computer science

  • Reviews over 800 papers and books on business collaboration

  • Provides exclusive information and suggestions for business owners, policy makers and researchers

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 1-8
  3. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 9-30
  4. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 31-75
  5. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 77-102
  6. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 103-134
  7. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 197-227
  8. Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    Pages 229-238
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 239-256

About this book

Introduction

A major objective of this book is to identify the key determinants of
successful inter-firm collaborations in the telecommunications industry in Australia and China, utilizing both qualitative and quantitative research methods as complementary methodologies. The findings will provide essential information and suggestions for businesses, researchers and policy makers and shed light on how to concretely improve the performance of business collaborations. Inter-firm collaboration has become increasingly important in the global
economy, as firms now rely on collaborations to access new resources, new technologies, skills, the latest market information, new markets and knowledge, to accelerate innovation, to reduce costs, and to overcome government policy barriers.

Keywords

Australia China Collaboration Telecommunication Trust

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.School of EconomicsUniversity of WollongongWollongongAustralia

About the authors

Yu (Aimee) Zhang has five years working experience in the telecommunication industry and five years teaching experience in Macroeconomics, Chinese Economy, Small Firms and Economy, Regional Development and International Trade. She is currently the acting director of the Centre for Small Business and Regional Research at the University of Wollongong and has worked with a number of global universities. Her varied range of working experience has given her the opportunity to learn and understand the different needs and difficulties in firms from different countries, cultures and backgrounds. With great interest in collaboration research, she had provided free consultation for more than 20 firms in China and Australia and helped them implement their start-up, collaboration and globalization plans.

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