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Rethinking Chinese transnational enterprises : cultural affinity and business strategies

Author: Leo Douw; Cen Huang; David Fu-Keung Ip; International Institute for Asian Studies.
Publisher: Richmond, Surrey : Curzon : IIAS, 2001.
Series: Curzon-IIAS Asian studies series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Affinity to the Chinese culture, personalized social networks and a firm control of ownership and management have often been considered the key ingredients for the success of many diaspora Chinese transnational enterprises in South China and Southeast Asia. In view of the recent Asian crisis and the rapid changes imposed by globalization, scholars are increasingly concerned whether these family-owned Chinese  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Rethinking Chinese transnational enterprises
(DLC) 2003467131
(OCoLC)58536785
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Douw; Cen Huang; David Fu-Keung Ip; International Institute for Asian Studies.
ISBN: 9781136861956 1136861955
OCLC Number: 861199775
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 281 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Contents: Cover; Rethinking Chinese Transnational Enterprises; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Glossary; Maps; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction; 2 Mismatched Cultural Affinity: Industrial Relations in Overseas Chinese Enterprises in South China; 3 Receptiveness to Changing Practices in Human Resource Management: A Comparison of Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese Employees in German-Chinese Business; 4 The German Machine Tool Service --
A Work Floor Case Study of a German-Based Transnational Small Enterprise in China. 5 Chineseness and Chinese Capitalism in East and Southeast Asia6 Southeast Asian Chinese Investment in Xiamen: The Li Family during the 1920s and 1930s as a Case Study; 7 Donations of Overseas Chinese to Xiamen Since 1978; 8 Southeast Asian Chinese Transnational Enterprises in China: Qaoxiang Ties and the Zheng Family; 9 Doing Business in Southeast Asia and Southern China --
Booms and Busts of the Eu Yan Sang Business Conglomerates, 1876-1941; 10 Managing Traditional Chinese Family Firms Across Borders: Four Generations of Enterpreneurship in Eu Yan Sang. 11 Transnational Chinese Business in Tianjin: Rethinking Cultural Affinity and Economic Performance12 Chinese Land and Property Companies: Asset Bubbles, Financial Innovation, and Risk; 13 Asian Crisis, Corporate and Financial Restructuring, and Transformation of Traditional Chinese Enterprises; 14 Winners and Losers --
The Crisis Strategies of Diaspora Chinese Capitalism.
Series Title: Curzon-IIAS Asian studies series.
Other Titles: Cultural affinity and business strategies
Responsibility: edited by Leo Douw, Cen Huang and David Ip.
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Bringing together a group of scholars and researchers from different fields and disciplines, this book documents and dissects the dynamics of Chinese transnational enterprises throughout the 20th and  Read more...

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