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Asia-Europe Industrial Connectivity in Times of Crisis - Volume 16 - Innovation and Technology Set

Contribution de Louis-Caleb Remanda dans l'ouvrage Asia-Europe Industrial Connectivity in Times of Crisis, Volume 16 - Innovation and Technology Set by Chantal Ammi

le 1 novembre 2022

ISTE Publishing Knowledge - WILEY


The main objective of this book is to offer an overview and a critical assessment of current connectivity issues in Asia and Europe, seen from an industrial perspective. Critical insights into the contemporary debate on connectivity during times of crisis, which has led to significant economic and social disruptions, are offered throughout the book. European and Asian countries seek to “bounce forward” and not “bounce back” as they navigate the complex economic recovery process. Innovation and investment emerge as critical players to help an economic recovery that shifts towards a more resilient and environmentally friendly approach, to ensure that the world economies stay connected.

The global health crisis has revealed that, more than ever before, ubiquitous connectivity, underpinned by pioneering innovation, is a must. As such, governments worldwide need to ensure that businesses and societies emerge stronger and more resilient from existing and emerging crises by laying solid foundations that help to circumnavigate future disruptions of a global magnitude.


1. Japan’s Plans for Society 5.0 – A Global Concept, an Isolated Solution or Utopia? Jana-Larissa Grzeszkowiak.
2. European Union–Japan Relations: A Business System Overview of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) Louis-Caleb Remanda.
3. The Evolving Foreign Direct Investment Landscape: Evidence from Europe and Asia, Clare O'Mahony and Thi Ngoc Dao.
4. Investigating the Influencing Factors Revealing a Trade Potential for EU–China Agricultural Products: A Trade Gravity Model Approach, Junshi Li and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan.
5. Understanding the US Restrictions on Huawei and their Impact on the Development of the EU Digital Single Market and on the Outlook of the 5G Market, Qin Tang.
6. Analyzing the Quality of Online Product Reviews and their Antecedents, Yin Xu and Sam Dzever.
7. Climate Policy Challenges in China: Spatial and Econometric Analysis, Miroslava Zavadska, Lucia Morales, Jarmila Zimmermannova and Vit Paszto.
8. The Connecting Role of Home Country Institutions on SME Internationalization: China’s OFDI Support in Germany, Fabian Hanle, Stefanie Weil and Bart Cambré.
9. Stock Markets and Cultural Dimensions: A Comparison Between Japan, South Korea and China, Sophie Nivoix and Serge Rey.
10. Geo-economics and Geopolitics of Power Balance: Insights from the China-Iran-Pakistan Alliance, Lucia Morales, Daniel Rajmil and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan.
11. The New Silk Road, EU-China Connectivity and Global Logistics Crisis: Nordic Perspective to the Eurasian Land Bridge Rail Routes, Erja Kettunen and Claes G. Alvstam.

About the authors

Lucía Morales is an academic and active researcher at Technological University Dublin, Ireland. She has written many articles in the areas of economic development, economic and financial crises, international capital flows, emerging economies and economic growth, with a specific focus on Asian countries.

Sam Dzever is Professor of Management at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School, LITEM, Université Paris-Saclay, Evry, France. His research in the fields of marketing, supply chain management, industrial organization and Asia-Pacific business has appeared in noted international academic journals.

Robert Taylor was formerly Director of the Centre for Chinese Studies and Reader in Modern Chinese Studies at the University of Sheffield, UK. His research interests focus on China’s domestic and foreign policy, especially Chinese business management.

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