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Confucianism, discipline and competitiveness

Author: Chris Baumann; Hume Winzar; Doris Viengkham
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2020. ©2020
Series: Routledge studies in international business and the world economy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"...This book proposes that a unique paradigm of competitiveness has developed in the East as a result of the cultural traditions and social values influenced by Confucianism, and extends this hypothesis by exploring a critical missing link : the role of discipline" -- foreword.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Baumann; Hume Winzar; Doris Viengkham
ISBN: 9780815378617 0815378610
OCLC Number: 1098220053
Description: xv, 257 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of Tables and FiguresEndorsements Prologue CHAPTER 1 - SETTING THE SCENE FOR CDCIntroducing CDCStructure of This BookIntroducing ConfucianismA Foundation for CDCA Brief HistoryContemporary RelevanceCulture as a Competitive ResourceIntroducing DisciplineThe Missing LinkIntroducing CompetitivenessCompetitiveness: The Phenomenon CDC ExplainsEducation and the Economy What Does This Mean for the Future of Work?The Gig EconomyData Sources and MethodologyCHAPTER 2 - CONFUCIANISM-DISCIPLINE-COMPETITIVENESS (CDC) MODELOur CDC Model at the Micro-LevelUnit of AnalysisAssociation between School Discipline and Academic PerformanceCDC under the SEM ProbeExplaining the Difference: A Confucian PerspectiveEducation as a Transformative ExperienceEffort over AbilitySocialisation under Filial PietyRole ClarityCHAPTER 3 - DISCIPLINE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE UNDER THE MICROSCOPEAcademic PerformanceSchool DisciplineWhich Discipline?A Confucian Approach to DisciplinePISA Dimensions under the Microscope Student TruancyStudent Learning TimeStudent Self-Efficacy Student MotivationStudent Well-beingStudent Outlook on EducationTeacher PerformanceCHAPTER 4 - CDC OVER TIME: A SIMULATION APPROACHDiachronic Analysis of Discipline and Academic PerformanceDiachronic Analysis of Elite PerformersGlobal Competitiveness over TimeAcademic Performance of Global Competitiveness over TimePredictive Model of Educational Achievement and Global CompetitivenessWheel of CompetitivenessSimulation: Discipline, Academic Performance and National CompetitivenessTake Home Messages from Diachronic CDC Analysis and SimulationsCHAPTER 5 - CONCLUSIONS AND OUTLOOK ON CDCTheoretical ImplicationsPractical ImplicationsResearch ImplicationsOutlook on CDCEpilogueAuthor Biographies ReferencesAppendices
Series Title: Routledge studies in international business and the world economy.
Responsibility: Chris Baumann, Hume Winzar, and Doris Viengkham.

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"...This book proposes that a unique paradigm of competitiveness has developed in the East as a result of the cultural traditions and social values influenced by Confucianism, and extends this hypothesis by exploring a critical missing link : the role of discipline" -- foreword.

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