Asian Business and Management
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Much of the existing knowledge about business and management has evolved in the West, but the emergence of Asian firms as major players in the world economy is challenging business and management scholars to widen their focus.
Asian Business and Management is an 8-volume series of seminal works, carefully chosen by the editor on the basis of impact and expert nominations. Key contributions from diverse sources are organized by themes to enable better understanding of key areas:
Volume One: Alliances, Joint Ventures
Volume Two: Business Groups; Corporate Governance
Volume Three: Context and Politics
Volume Four: Culture
Volume Five: Entry
Volume Six: General Reviews, Perspectives, Methodology; Outward Foreign Direct Investment
Volume Seven: HRM
Volume Eight: Networks, Trust
This series includes articles and chapters written by INSEAD faculty:
Redding, Gordon S. ; Witt, Michael A.
Chinese business systems and the challenges of transition
China’s changing workplace: dynamism, diversity and disparity by Peter Sheldon, Sunghoon Kim, Yiqiong Li and Malcolm Warner. Routledge, 2011 p. 34-50
Witt, Michael A. ; Redding, Gordon S.
Culture, meaning, and institutions: executive rationale in Germany and Japan
Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 40, no. 5, June/July 2009p. 859-885
Redding, Gordon S.
The thick description and comparison of societal systems of capitalism
Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 36, no. 2, 2005 p. 123-155
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