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    Title: Key Success Factors in Expatriate Management in Multinational Medicine Industry;SSCI)
    Authors: 林佩冠;LIN, Pei-Kuan;林保成;Lin, Pao-Cheng
    Contributors: 經營管理學系
    Date: 2014-04
    Issue Date: 2014-12-30 11:36:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Medicine industry is considered as an emerging industry with the most development potential and the
    most influential technology industry on the quality of human life. After the boom in the past century, medicine
    industry still remains high profits globally, and the demands are continuously increasing. Nevertheless, in spite of the
    population increase, the ageing structure, and the increasing awareness of health, there is still no solution for lots of
    serious illnesses that the demands for new medicine and the technical innovation of biopharmaceuticals and genes
    become the new challenges in the industry and enhance the industrial transformation and globalized development.
    The economic conditions have rapidly changed in the societies in the 21st century and a lot of pharmaceutical
    enterprises are investing in internationalized operation and attracting the investment in international research and
    development energy, talent, and capital. With strong R and D capability and better production quality, Taiwan has
    broken through the dilemma of small market. Most importantly, new drugs are researched and developed for
    international marketing; a lot of pharmaceutical manufacturers therefore establish subsidiaries overseas.Taking China
    Chemical and Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. as the research subject, total 200 copies of questionnaires were distributed and
    124 valid ones were retrieved, with the retrieval rate 62%. Based on the total weight of the evaluation indices of the
    key success factors in the expatriate management in multinational medicine industry, the top five indices, within 20
    evaluation ones, contain International Experience, Corporate Culture and Objective, Career Planning and Development,
    Local Cultural Adaptation, and Base Pay. The analysis of the empirical results is expected to provide a definite
    guidance and direction for the expatriate management in multinational medicine industry
    Relation: Studies on Ethno-Medicine
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Business Administration] Journal Article

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