China's Domestic Private Firms: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Management and Performance

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M.E. Sharpe, 2006 - 342 lappuses
One of the most important outcomes of market reforms in China over the past 20 years has been the emergence of a significant domestic private sector, which now accounts for almost a third of China's GDP and is by far the country's most important source of employment growth. This book is the first in-depth analysis of the management and operation of these domestic private firms, which are defined as companies or organizations created by PRC citizens, including township enterprises and collectives. The book provides a comprehensive and multidisciplinary perspective on the factors important to the successful operation and growth of these firms. It begins with a review of the literature on the topic in three different disciplines - economics, sociology, and management - each followed by several chapters covering recent developments in these areas. Featuring contributions by distinguished scholars and China experts, the work concludes with an insightful chapter on the future of China's public sector in the global economy.

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EXPLAINING THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE DOMESTIC PRIVATE SECTOR
3
EXPLAINING CHINAS EMERGING PRIVATE ECONOMY
25
FAMILY BUSINESSES IN CHINA 197896 ENTRY AND PERFORMANCE
40
TRANSNATIONAL OR SOCIAL CAPITAL? RETURNEES VERSUS LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS
65
THE SWEATSHOP AND BEYOND AUTHORITY RELATIONS IN DOMESTIC PRIVATE ENTERPRISES
82
PROPERTY RIGHTS REGIMES AND FIRM BEHAVIOR THEORY VERSUS EVIDENCE
97
OBSERVING PRIVATE BUSINESS IN CHINA
120
A SURVEY OF THE ECONOMICS LITERATURE ON CHINAS NONSTATE ENTERPRISES
128
IN MARKETPLACE AND BOARDROOM WHAT DO WE KNOW AND NOT KNOW ABOUT CHINAS NONSTATE ENTERPRISES?
196
CHINAS DOMESTIC PRIVATE FIRMS A LITERATURE REVIEW AND DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
206
AUTHORITY AND BENEVOLENCE EMPLOYEES RESPONSES TO PATERNALISTIC LEADERSHIP IN CHINA
230
THE COMMITMENTFOCUSED HRM SYSTEM ADOPTION AND PERFORMANCE IMPLICATIONS IN DOMESTIC PRIVATE FIRMS
261
LENOVOS PURSUIT OF DYNAMIC STRATEGIC FIT
277
THE EMERGENCE OF CHINAS PRIVATESECTOR FIRMS THEORY DEVELOPMENT IN THE MIDST OF EVOLVING INSTITUTIONAL AND ...
297
CHINAS PRIVATE SECTOR A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
311
ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS
327

DECENTRALIZATION AND THE STRUCTURE OF CHINESE CORPORATE BOARDS DO POLITICIANS JEOPARDIZE BOARD PROFESSIONA...
147
FIRM BEHAVIOR IN A MIXED MARKET THE CASE OF CHINA
171
INDEX
333
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