Chadee, Doren and Feng, Qiu (2003) FDI in China: recent trends and emerging patterns. In: Chinese culture, organisational behavior, and international business management. Praeger Publishers, Westport, USA, pp. 101-117. ISBN 1-56720-546-1Full text not available from this repository.
The impact of Chinese culture can be felt in all areas of business and management in China, from Chinese firms to Western companies. This edited volume integrates contributions from multiple disciplines and countries, including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, France, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. More than merely a compendium of how-to-do-business-in-China tips, this book examines the influence of culture--specifically, Confucian values and Chinese traditions--on foreign direct investment, joint ventures, management styles and theories, and organizational behavior. Alon and his contributors demonstrate that significant differences still exist between Chinese and Western cultures, and that these differences require an adaptation on both sides. Chinese firms will need to adapt to the way Western organizations do busines, as well as to currents in Western management theory; meanwhile, Western firms will need to take Chinese cultural influences into account when formulating strategy. Both sides can benefit from the insights contained in this volume, which is relevant for scholars of international business, cross-cultural management, and organizational behavior.
|Item Type:||Book Chapter (Commonwealth Reporting Category B)|
|Additional Information:||Awaiting Author's version. Electronic version of book available via USQ Library catalogue.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||China, corporate culture, organizational behaviour, joint ventures, management, international business enterprises, industrial management, sources of Foreign Direct Investment|
|Depositing User:||Prof Doren Chadee|
|Date Deposited:||29 Jul 2010 06:34|
|Last Modified:||10 Dec 2010 03:39|
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