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This work encompasses the latest thinking on managing international business ventures in China's emerging economy. It examines key topics in areas including management of joint ventures, human resource management, and strategic management. With contributions from world-renowned scholars on China, this volume provides a forum for discussing some of the most important and contemporary research on managing international business ventures in China.
Extensively revised throughout, the second edition of this textbook provides a comprehensive account of how transnational corporations manage business in China.
International Business in China looks at the inner workings of business in China. Each sector is explored in detail against the broader cultural context and regional variations. Throughout, the focus is on the political changes which have taken place in recent years and how this has affected business both within China and the firms interacting with her on an international level. The contributors are all well known for their expertise in international business and have had extensive experience with business in China on a domestic and international level. They provide an excellent blend of succinct analysis and practical guidelines for those interested in discovering more about international business in China.
Investigates the impact of culture on Chinese and foreign corporations operating in China.
The greatest challenge to international business today is how to manage business operations across cultural boundaries. This is especially true in the case of China, which has attracted a massive amount of foreign investment and international trade recently. This new study examines three main themes: * the partnership of management through joint ventures * the human resource aspects of management * the management of communication, co-operation and negotiation The crucial issue of trustworthiness, the different managerial practices in China and the West, the importance of being well prepared and understanding Chinese negotiations are the major contemporary issues identified and discussed in this book.
Launching a business in China? Give yourself a "second moveradvantage." China-bound entrepreneurs and small business owners:learn from experienced China hands before you bring your businessto the world's largest and most dynamic consumer market. Preparing to manage a small business in China, the world's largest,most dynamic consumer market? Hundreds of thousands of otherinternational businesspeople are too, but only a small percentageof them will succeed in bringing their start-up dreams to life inthe Middle Kingdom. Give yourself a huge head-start by learning directly fromexperienced China pioneers. CHINA ENTREPRENEURS deliversstreet-tested advice on launching, growing, and operating your ownbusiness in China. Authors Juan Antonio Fernandez, professor ofManagement at the China Europe International Business School, andLaurie Underwood, accomplished journalist and Director of ExternalCommunications at CEIBS, use their combined 26 years of Chinaexperience to interview 40 successful internationalentrepreneurs who have launched and built businesses inChina. These entrepreneurs share their first-hand advice, anecdotes andbest practices in tackling the key challenges of winning in theChina market, from negotiating with government and winningnecessary start-up approvals, to hiring and keeping the rightstaff, to collecting payments and to safeguarding intellectualproperty. In addition, the experiences of the entrepreneurs will bejuxtaposed against insights from experienced China consultants whoassist start-ups in operating in China. Thus the book will balanceextensive, on-the-ground business advice against the insights ofconsultants who have risen to prominence in the China businessenvironment by advising SME business operators on succeeding inChina.
"This book throws new light on the bearing that ownership has on joint venture control and performance, first through conceptual refinement, and second through original empirical research. It draws on investigations in over 60 joint ventures and interviews with over 200 managers. A concept of ownership is developed which is suited to joint ventures, where account is taken of non-capital as well as capital resourcing by partners."--BOOK JACKET.

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