Advances in Business in Asia examines current trends and issues facing organisations operating in a global business milieu. The book comes at a pivotal time when many businesses are emerging from the 2008 Gobal Financial Crisis, and are seeking a way forward in dealing with the opportunities and challenges presented by global capitalism in general, and China, India, and the ASEAN region specifically.
The book is a compilation of selected papers presented at (AFBE) conferences. All contributions were double-blind peer reviewed prior to acceptance, and represent the contributions of eminent academics in their particular field of expertise.
The Asian Forum on Business Education (AFBE) is a not-for-profit organisation whose aim is to provide a forum of scholarly exchange in the areas of business, economics and management, with a particular focus on the Asia region.
Assistant Prof Dr Chris Perryer is Lecturer in Management at the University of Western Australia, and Editor of the AFBE Journal. Assistant Prof Perryer has spent many years lecturing and researching in the area of management and ethics in the Asia region.
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About the Author
Assistant Prof Dr Chris Perryer is Lecturer in Management at the University of Western Australia, and Editor of the AFBE Journal. Assistant Prof Perryer has spent many years lecturing and researching in the area of management and ethics in the Asia region. Dr Victor Egan is Secretary of AFBE, and former Associate Dean of the Curtin Business School, Western Australia. Dr Egan has considerable experience lecturing and researching in management in Asia and Africa. Prof Dr Brian Sheehan is President of AFBE, former Dean of Phillip Business School and Associate Dean of RMIT University Business Faculty, Melbourne, Australia. Prof Sheehan has lived in Bangkok for over 15 years, and has lectured in business studies and supervised research theses in Thailand, USA, China, and Malaysia.