The Nature of Asian Firms provides managers and others interested in doing business in the dynamic and fast changing Asian region with an understanding of the underlying principles driving both current and future business practices of Asian firms. The book is for internationally focused individuals who realize the importance of gaining a deeper understanding of the fastest growing economic region in the world and the firms from this region. Takes a look at the evolutionary and historical development of Asian firms Examines the regional nature of Asian firms Provides readers with a cross-cultural perspectiveSamsung is perhaps one of a very few major Asian firms to survive the Asian financial crisis of 1997a98 relatively unharmed, at least when compared to other major Korean firms. However, not all the picture for the company has been rosy. ... This event led to several conflicts with the new government, thus the new government imposed restrictions designed to prevent ... However, the worst problem was the succession struggles among the foundera#39;s sons, which began to heat up in.
|Title||:||The Nature of Asian Firms|
|Author||:||Scott Hipsher, Songporn Hansanti, Suthinan Pomsuwan|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2007-07-31|