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Management in China during the Age of Reform

Management in China during the Age of Reform

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  • Date Published: November 1996
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521574662

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  • China has already become the world's second largest economic power, and it currently presents enormous business opportunities. Yet there is still a dearth of information in the West about how Chinese firms are run. In this invaluable 1994 book, Professor Child addresses this lack, examining management in China in all its different aspects. He covers the development of Chinese management during the period of economic reform in a number of areas including enterprise leadership, decision making, the management of marketing and purchasing transactions, the work roles of senior managers, personnel practices and reward systems. The experience of foreign firms entering joint ventures with Chinese enterprises is also reviewed in detail. The book provides a comprehensive survey of the subject, written on the basis of field work and direct contacts which the author has with Chinese enterprises.

    • Inside view of management in the fastest growing and third largest economic power, based on field work and direct contacts
    • Comprehensive treatment of Chinese management in the state enterprises and in joint ventures with foreign firms
    • Throws further light on applicability of western perspectives on the subject of management
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    'This book will be valuable to foreign investors … the quality of the commentary within the chapters and especially the final exploratory chapter set it well above most works on management in China.' China Quarterly

    ' … adds an important piece to the jigsaw of our understanding of management in China and is a significant contribution to the literature.' Journal of Management Studies

    'Professor Child has produced a pioneering study in a setting where managerial issues remain politically sensitive. It is necessary reading for those manufacturers and investors targeting China's burgeoning domestic markets.' Asian Affairs

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    • Date Published: November 1996
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521574662
    • length: 356 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.52kg
    • contains: 13 b/w illus. 1 map 11 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    Part I. The Context of Management in China:
    2. Economy and system
    3. Economic reform and opening to the outside world
    Part II. Managing in Chinese Enterprises:
    4. Leadership in the enterprise
    5. Levels of decision making
    6. The process of decision making
    7. Input and output transactions
    8. Activities of senior managers
    9. The management of personnel
    10. The structure and system of earnings
    Part III. Joint Ventures in China:
    11. Establishing joint ventures
    12. Management of joint ventures
    13. Dynamics of the Sino-foreign management relationship
    Part IV. Conclusion:
    14. Management in China: the search for perspective.

  • Author

    John Child, University of Cambridge

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