The Chinese Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour

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Barbara Krug, Hans J. Hendrischke
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 jan. 2007 - 250 pagina's
The authors discuss the role of local institutions in coordinating business activities and unleashing entrepreneurship, arguing that the sudden growth of new firms and industries is facilitated by changes in business behaviour and institutions. Initial pr
 

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Going Public without the Public Between Political Governance and Corporate Governance
1
Institutional Change Diversity and Competition Foreign Banks in Shanghai 18472004
21
Foreign Firms in China Success by Strategic Choices
42
The New Great Leap The Rise of Chinas ICT Industry
71
Enterprise Ground Zero in China
113
Chinas Emerging Tax Regime Local Tax Farming and Central Tax Bureaucracy
145
Narratives of Change Culture and Local Economic Development
175
Networks as Business Networks
202
Whom are We Dealing With? Shifting Organisational Forms in Chinas Business Sector
223
Index
245
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