Why might the rapid expansion of trade and foreign direct investment in the Asia Pacific be the main driver of economic change in the Asia Pacific?
AVOID Plagiarism ! and need full Bibliography and references.
must be at least 2000 words . thank you
Academic journals you should consult are:
Asia Pacific Business Review
Journal of Asia Pacific Management
Journal of World Business
International Journal of Human Resource Management
Journal of International Business Studies
You are also advised to consult the Financial Times or the Asian Wall Street Journal, and the more in-depth journalism to be found in the Far Eastern Economic Review, the Economist and Asia Business Week.
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