Redding (business, U. of Hong Kong) explores the beliefs about society, family, business, and other matters, held by overseas Chinese businessmen. Draws on interviews with 72 owner/managers from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore, and considers research on other Pacific nations. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORting stress on these non-economic factors does not solve the problem of explanation. It poses new problems.aquot; Samuelsona#39;s solution to this apparently frustrating untidiness is to remove such issues from the account! ... are indicators of a desire to range more widely in search of answers, to respond to complex questions with complex explanations. ... and Nicole Biggart, although their approach differs from that of Johnson by making organization and management the centerpiece of theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Spirit of Chinese Capitalism|
|Author||:||S. Gordon Redding|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 1993-01-01|