3. Stage three: 2001 – present – The acceleration of overseas expansion activities in the form of mergers and acquisitions. It is said to believe that such an acceleration of internationalization can be partly explained by the perceived thought of foreign competition in China after China’s entry to the WTO in 2001. In 2004 alone, Chinese firms entered into 13 cross-border M&As, including Huawei. The approach of the Chinese authorities in relation to the internationalization of Chinese enterprises has drastically changed over time.
CHINA’S AGGRESSIVE FOREIGN POLICY ON SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE 1.1 INTRODUCTION On November 2012, Xi Jinping was appointed as secretary of the Congress Party. This appointment has witnessed an important milestone in the history of China and it is a starting point to a change in foreign policy and international relations of China. This appointment also shows the starting point of a new era in China's domestic politics. Approaching 4 years China under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, the world witnessed a sudden change involving foreign policy and international relations of China. China is seen as a "lion awakening", under the leadership of President Xi Jinping.
First of all the large number of SOEs built up pressure to the government to privatize companies due to the market liberalization, although it would significantly weaken the SOE’s monopoly and their financial performances. Moreover, the market liberalization of the banking sector would harden the budget constraints of the SOEs. However, the inferior SOEs would only be able to carry on through privatization. Secondly, China’s opening to trade and IFDI (inward foreign direct investment), would bring up intensified competition and speed up the reform process. This idea is strengthened by the fact that after the mid 1990s, a high number of multinational companies entered the Chinese market.
chapter will assist in defining the factors that play a significant role in the success and failure of the Western Universities in China that would lead the research towards establishing a model through which the answer to the research question will be developed Yin-Yang theory of internationalization: The Yin- Yang theory is one of the ancient and renowned theories in East Asia that is based on the Chinese philosophy of dynamics, holistic and dialectical view of the world, life and methodology. According to the theory there is neither absolute white nor absolute black where each and every universal phenomenon has pass through change and paradox. According to fang (2014) the theory of Yin-Yang defines this universe cannot survive without each
Abstract In the contemporary capitalist society, the marketing of higher education adopts a highly capitalist-focused rhetoric, with commercials promoting students’ choices in favour of specific educational establishments for financial and not intellectual reasons. Educational institutions use various methods and techniques of persuasion to frame the audience’s beliefs and values in favour of certain educational choices. In connection with pervasive presence of propaganda techniques in marketing, this paper presents a visual and rhetorical analysis of higher education print advertisements’ analysis. This analytical study is intended to show how marketers of higher education reinforce problematic representations that can be read as discriminatory
Strong states would bully weaker states. That means, core states would bully peripheral states. Therefore, capitalism involves two things: one is appropriation of the surplus values by an owner from a laborer while another one is appropriation of surplus of the whole world-economy by core areas (Wallerstein, 1979). The case of China Modernization Theory Realization of better civilization of human beings According to Inkeles (1975), economic and social progress contributes the emergence of “new people” which consists of individual modernity. They receive education and more engagement in national building actively.
Europeans colonized the Asian, African and the Latin American countries for centuries, and it came to end after the World War 2. However, new form of colonization known as the new-colonization started later on, where the powerful countries extract the resources of the poor countries in the name of economic cooperation. The neo-colonization is taking place in different form, one method of which is the accusation of land, or land grab. In the pursuit of economic development, Sri Lanka should be wary of neo-colonization, and its undesirable effect on the future. Therefore, the government plan to lease out 15000 acres of land to China must be carefully analyzed and considered.
And "globalization" is often linked to or interchanged with "global," "internationalization," "Americanization," or "global capitalism”.And these words are often used to explain the tight interconnectedness of the international political situation or the influence of certain superpowers. In addition, when there is a discussion about intercultural relations or communication, “Americanization”, “western domination” are two crucial points that many scholars are argue about. To be sure, we are faced with a world situation that the society is constantly changing and there is new continuous stimulation, debates, and reform of education in countries around the world. (Huilan, 2007) And the superpower of some western countries do have some influence on the intercultural relations, and those superpowers may have more chances to speak in some international affairs. However it does not mean they control everything since that all countries have a say in the affairs of their states.
The higher education in India has grown significantly in the recent years. With the number of students enrolled increasing, this sector is expanding at a great pace. But it is grappled with numerous problems which is affecting the quality of education in India. The problem includes fund crunch, ethics, value associated to delivering education, teaching learning process, assessment and accreditation of institution, quality of research, academic standards of students, innovativeness and creativity. “Though lots of time and money is being invested in improving the higher education, still educational quality is not maintained on a continuous basis.
7.HIGHER EDUCATION HAS BEEN REMARK OF USER-PAY BASIS: The linkage of performance to allocation of operation fund leads to intense completion among universities associated with the move of privatisation of higher education .Tensions between academic and commercial based subject are increasing where it shows a substantial decline in public funding the current globalisation of higher education is mainly motivated by profits .Its goal to meet market demand and to create a market for variety of educational projects. With substantial growth in international student market system the issue of regulation of providers arises.where it shows that lack of regulation is a major issue became globalisation of higher