Globalisation of Chinese business : implications for multinational investor / edited by Robert Taylor.Material type: TextSeries: Chandos Asian studies series: Publisher: Oxford : Chandos Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resourceContent type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9781780634494; 1780634498Subject(s): Industrial management -- China | International business enterprises -- China -- Management | Globalization -- Economic aspects -- China | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior | Globalization -- Economic aspects | Industrial management | International business enterprises -- Management | ChinaGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Globalisation of chinese businessDDC classification: 658.00951 LOC classification: HD70.C5 | G56 2014Online resources: ScienceDirect
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Cover; The Globalisation of Chinese Business: Implications for multinational investors; Copyright; Contents; List of figures and tables; List of abbreviations; Acknowledgements; Preface; Reference; About the editor; About the contributors; Introduction and overview; Note; References; PART 1 THE EVOLUTION OF CHINESE MANAGEMENT; 1The Real Leap Forward: China's R & D and innovation strategy; Introduction; The Real Leap Forward; Catching up in high-potential sectors; Conclusion; Notes; References; 2'With a little help from the state': endogenous and exogenous dynamics in China's cluster economy.
The structure of the Wenzhou district economyElements for a typology of China's clusters; The role of trade in the ascent of the Wenzhou economy in the global value chain; Obstacles in the development of Wenzhou's economy; The impact of informal finance on Wenzhou's cluster economy; Establishment of the Wenzhou financial pilot zone as an answer to the private debt crisis?; Concluding remarks; Notes; References; 3State-owned versus private enterprises in China: adoption of modern HRM practices; Introduction; Theoretical framework: adoption of modern HRM practices; Hypotheses.
Empirical methodologyState-owned and private enterprise HRM practices compared; Discussion; Conclusion; References; 4 The influence of family control on business performance and financial structure: a matched pair investigation of listed companies in China; Introduction; Theoretical framework and hypotheses; Empirical methodology; Data analysis; Discussion; Implications; Conclusion; Note; References; 5 Internationalisation strategies of medium-size multinational firms: when size matters in Chinese markets; Introduction; Theoretical background; Research framework.
Field study: method and evidenceResults and findings; Managerial implications; Further research steps and additional research directions; References; 6 Transfer of HRM practices in French multinational companies: the case of French subsidiaries in China; Introduction; Transfer of HRM practices at three levels; Cultural distance; Institutional interactions; Entry mode choice; Expatriates; Methodology and research design; Findings and discussion; The reproduction of HRM practices in a foreign market; Parent company HRM practices in foreign market adaptation; Conclusion; Notes; References.
PART 2 CHINA'S GROWING SERVICES SECTOR7 How risky is China's red capitalism? Restructuring in the Chinese financial services sector; Introduction; Conceptualising the sustainability of the Chinese capitalist system; Statistical analysis of the financial services sector in China; Reforms and control of the banking sector and of financial services; Concluding analysis: How risky is China's capitalist system judging by its financial services industry?; Notes; References; 8 The effects of the global financial crisis on the Shanghai stock market; Introduction; Literature review.
The main theme of the book is the globalisation of China's markets and Chinese business management in the context of ongoing reform at home and the country's growing global economic role. The Globalisation of Chinese Business includes contributions relating to a wide range of manufacturing and service sectors, encompassing such areas as foreign investment, state and private enterprise, human resource management, consumer culture and advertising, financial markets and healthcare. Following an introduction by the editor there are four sections, the first focused on the globalisation of Chinese.
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