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Globalization Of Chinese Enterprises

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The twenty-first century has been dubbed the Chinese century. As China becomes a dominant world economic actor, its enterprises-state run-or otherwise-increasingly look to distant shores in the Western Hemisphere and the European continent. for inspiration.This edited collection of papers bring together a diverse community of interdisciplinary Chinese research scholars to assess the impact of Chinese business on global business and environments, disseminate knowledge on the emergence of globalizing Chinese firms,...

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Overview

The twenty-first century has been dubbed the Chinese century. As China becomes a dominant world economic actor, its enterprises-state run-or otherwise-increasingly look to distant shores in the Western Hemisphere and the European continent. for inspiration.This edited collection of papers bring together a diverse community of interdisciplinary Chinese research scholars to assess the impact of Chinese business on global business and environments, disseminate knowledge on the emergence of globalizing Chinese firms, and to address the issues relating to corporate sustainable development and outsourcing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230515628
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

ILAN ALON Petters Chair of International Business and Executive Director of the Rollins China Center, Georgia Technology College, Atlanta, Georgia
JOHN R.MCINTYRE Professor of International Management and Executive Director of Georgia Technology Center for Intrnational Business Eductaion and Research at the College of Management, Georgia Institute of

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONTEXT
• Post WTO Economic Transistion Towards Global Integration—J. McIntyre
• China Urban Development and Global Integration—W. Jankowiak
• Changing Values of the Young, Urban Socities in China; L .Le and I. Alon
• Consumer Perceptions of Chinese Goods: A Comparative Analysis
• PART TWO: ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORKS
• Organizational Analysis of the Globalization of Chinese Enterprises; I. Alon
• Chinese Companies Emergence to the Technology Outsource Sector; I. Alon
• Aligning Strategies with Institutional Influences for Internalization: Evidences from a Chinese SOE—L. T. Hui and Q. KFatt
• PART THREE:CHINESE COMPANIES INTERNALIZATION
• Huawei Technologies Co.Ltd—L. Shengjun
• Huawei Internalization; M. Simmons
• SME Internalization in China—P. V. Jenster
• International of Haier—B. Gaylor

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