Work and Organizations in China after Thirty Years of Transition available in Hardcover
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- Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Thirty years of economic change have fundamentally altered the nature of organizations and work in China. This volume brings together current research by many of the top scholars studying these issues and provides a glimpse into the state of thinking on organizations and work at the start of the fourth decade of transition. The topics covered include the continued transition of State Owned Enterprises, the emergence of asset management companies, the adoption of innovative labor structures, connections between organizational processes and worker outcomes, the changing use of networks in job search, and role of work and work units in creating and maintaining inequality.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors.
Bringing market transition theory to the firm.
Asset management and productivity in reform-era China.
Transaction costs, social institutions, and the duration of interfirm contracts in China.
Foreign direct investment and SOE performance in China: Ecvidence from the Third Industrial Census.
Ownership and Innovation during Economic Development: Corporate Ownership and Strategy Formation in China.
Localization in the age of globalization: Institutional duality and labor management structures in China's foreign-invested enterprises.
A micro–macro link during institutional transitions.
Recruiting and Deploying Social Capital in Organizations: Theory and Evidence.
Network resources and job mobility in China's transitional economy.
and social inequality in contemporary urban ChinaDanwei.
The phase-out of the unfit: keeping the unworthy out of work.
Gender inequality in the Chinese legal profession.
Flexible work, flexible household: Labor migration and rural families in China.
The Rubik's Cube state: A reconceptualization of political change in contemporary China.
Research in the sociology of work.
Work and Organizations in China after Thirty Years of Transition.