The Black Hole of Southeast Asia : Strategic Decision-Making in an Informational Void
It is proposed that most managers and researchers acknowledge that emerging and newly industrialized markets do not have the same quantity of secondary data as the long-industrialized economies of North America and Western Europe. The article presents the results of a search of available, business-related, secondary data on Southeast Asia's rapidly growing economies. It highlights how this dearth of data has resulted in an informational void that affects the practice of strategic management in the region.
Strategy and Organisation
Harley, G and TAN, Chin Tiong.
The Black Hole of Southeast Asia : Strategic Decision-Making in an Informational Void. (1996). Management Decision. 34, (9), 37-48. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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