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Trouble in the middle : American-Chinese business relations, culture, conflict, and ethics

Author: Steven P Feldman
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013.
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Genre/Form: Cross-cultural studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven P Feldman
ISBN: 9780415818773 041581877X 9780415884488 0415884489 9780203387733 0203387732
OCLC Number: 796753643
Description: xii, 493 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Rationale for and overview of the book --
Trouble in the middle: the ethics of cross-cultural business relations --
Central control and its shadow: a brief history of Chinese culture and institutions --
Confused motives and deep ambivalences: a brief history of American-Chinese cultural relations in China --
The turtle and the hare: an essay on political and economic reform in China --
Business-government corruption in China: Americans suffer only the half of it --
Ones, twos, and threes: the roots of cultural conflicts in American-Chinese business relations --
Culture, corruption, and business in China: the conflicting worlds of American and Chinese executives --
Clear as mud: the ethics of intellectual property in China --
Power, property, and culture: American-Chinese conflicts over intellectual property in China --
Conclusion: notes on the cultural middle --
Epilogue: three years later --
2010.
Responsibility: Steven P. Feldman.
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"Feldman has written this well-researched, informative work "to investigate the ethical and cultural aspects of Chinese-American business relations." ...He examines assumptions Americans bring to Read more...

 
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