© 2012 – Routledge
202 pages | 6 B/W Illus.
As China continues to ride out the global economic crisis while still retaining year on year GDP growth it is increasingly important to understand how this 'new' economic giant, with its communist-capitalist model operates its economic and business environments. This book is designed to scientifically examine the contextual variables that foster sustainably dynamic economic growth in China. In particular, the contributors provide an incisive analysis of the contextual bases underlying such a dramatic rising economic power and the immense implications for enterprises and countries involved in dealing with China. Drawing on the latest studies and cutting edge research findings, this book analyses FDI, project management, internationalisation, the continued role of state-owned enterprises and doing business in China.
As such it will be essential reading for all students of Chinese business and economics, as well as businesses seeking to develop a critical understanding of the driving global economic force which is China.
1. International Investment Strategy in China: Opportunities, Prospects and Challenges confronting Multinational Corporations and Global Entrepreneurs, John Saee 2. An Empirical Study strategically assessing State’s Government’s role in Corporate Governance, Ownership, Performance of SOE’s, Donald Henry Ah Pak and Ding Xiao Ming 3. Strategies for Best Practice in International Project Management with some reference to China, John Saee 4. China’s Automotive Companies Shift Gears: Manifestations and Implications of Global Ambitions, Francis Schortgen and John Saee 5. FDI Location Choice of Chinese Firms: Traditional Economic Factors and Institutional Perspective, Yuanfei Kang 6. The rising world-status of China within the Global Economy in the 21st Century: A Cultural Knowledge based Strategy for Conducting Successful Businesses in China, John Saee 7. The Effects of a Free Trade Agreement between Australia and China with Special Reference to the Australian Textiles and Service Industries, John Saee and Ramiro Mora 8. Potential Determinants of China’s Research & Development, Li Ping, Gaston Fornes and Yu Guocai 9. Concluding and Final Reflections Chapter, John Saee