The Internationalisation of Retailing in Asia
The Dynamics of Japanese Organizations
Human Resource Management in China Past, Current and Future HR Practices in the Industrial Sector
Chinese Corporate Identity
By Sang Chul Choi, John Dawson, Roy Larke, Masao Mukoyama
August 14, 2018
European retailers have successfully internationalised their activities in Europe but have been less successful in North America. American retailers have been successful in their home market but less so in Europe. The major European and American retailers are now entering Asia and competing ...
By Pernille Rudlin
April 27, 2016
The History of Mitsubishi Corporation in London examines the culture clashes, the friendships and the changing businesses that Mitsubishi Corporation's London branch oversaw in the eighty-five years following its foundation. It examines the paradox of how Mitsubishi Corporation could operate ...
By Franz-Jurgen Richter
February 13, 2014
This book assessess the organizational flexibility and pragmatism of Japanese management styles and contrasts this with Western management approaches which focus more closely on patterns of stability. Issues in change and organizational renewal are covered by analysing the dynamic processes by ...
By Jim Slater, Roger Strange
June 23, 1997
This volume analyses the business environment in East Asia with reference to trade and investment flows within the region and between East Asia and Europe. Focusing on the two-way flow of management ideas, investment and technology, this study highlights the way in which both sides can benefit....
By Andy W. Chan, Wilson W. S. Chow, Patricia Fosh, Ed Snape, Robert Westwood
February 08, 2000
Hong Kong Management and Labour argues, in a series of previously unpublished, completely up-to-date contributions, that economic and social change has been ongoing in Hong Kong for many years, and political change is perhaps less important for labour and management in the region. This book is ...
By Cherrie Jiuhua Zhu
September 10, 2012
Enhancing our understanding of HRM in the Chinese industrial sector, this book explores the emerging role of HRM in China's industrial enterprises. A significant contribution to the theory of HRM, this book will be essential reading for students and researchers of Business and Management, HRM and ...
By Peter Peverelli
May 26, 2009
This book represents the first study of economic restructuring in reform era China to apply the concepts of identity and corporate space; notions that have become increasingly relevant as foreign invested and Chinese ventures face complex operational and societal issues in the wake of ...
By Thomas Kochan, Russell Lansbury, Anil Verma
November 15, 1995
This book analyses the role of employment relations in the context of economic development in some of the key Asian economies: China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, the Phillipines, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. In recent years, these Asian economies have become increasingly more open and ...
By Michael Borrus, Dieter Ernst, Stephan Haggard
October 18, 2000
The economic crisis of 1997 called East Asia's economic miracle into question and generated widespread criticism of the region's developmental models. However, the crisis did little to alter the growing economic integration of American, Japanese and Chinese firms who have created cross-border ...
By Jens Laage-Hellman
January 31, 1997
The remarkable success of Japanese industry has frequently been attributed to the inter-corporate alliances and networks that exist in the Japanese economic system. Many commentators argue that is has been these networks that have been key to both the rapid growth and success of Japanese industry...
By Jan Selmer
October 15, 1998
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 ...
By Yeon-Ho Lee
September 18, 1997
This book examines how the South Korean state is able to execute national policies that are opposed to the interests of social constituents, despite the expansion of social power. The relationship between the government and big business provides an illuminating example of this. The author ...