New Horizons In Asian Management: Emerging Issues and Critical Perspectives by G. HookNew Horizons In Asian Management: Emerging Issues and Critical Perspectives by G. Hook

New Horizons In Asian Management: Emerging Issues and Critical Perspectives

EditorG. Hook

Hardcover | November 9, 2007

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In the wake of Asia's 1997 financial crisis a number of books appeared, purporting to explain why Asia failed. Now it seems that the tide has turned and Asia offers scope not just for renewed economic activity, but also for research on its recent vicissitudes. In this intriguing analysis of the fluctuations of the contemporary economic system, the authors offer a critical perspective which interprets business realities on the ground in terms of social and historical contexts.
DIANA SHARPE is Associate Professor of Management at Monmouth University and Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Women and Work, Rutgers UniversityHARUKIYO HASEGAWA is Professor of Business Studies and Honorary Professor of Japanese Business at the University of Sheffield. His research interests are in corporate labour in Asia and globa...
Title:New Horizons In Asian Management: Emerging Issues and Critical PerspectivesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:November 9, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230013651

ISBN - 13:9780230013650

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Table of Contents

Introduction--D. Sharpe & H. Hasegawa * Asian collectivism and ethical decision-making--F. Li * Assignment China: three factors influencing the effectiveness of Western managers--D W. Lund & M C. Barker * Financial management and accounting in state Islamic religious councils in Malaysia: a ground theory--A.Rahman & A.Goddard * Managerial perceptions of the business environment within the energy service indeustry: cross-national comparison of China, Singapore and Malaysia--Y.Tan * Corporate Social Responsibility in China: the enterprise and the environment--R. Taylor * Appropriation of EMS standards in Thailand--E.Lauridsen & U.Jorgensen * Development of Audit Objectives in the Context of the People's Republic of China--J.Brandl--F.Maier * Overt Age Discrimination in Thailand: The ethical role of multinational corporations in human resource practices--C.Inma * Competition in globalizing markets, and the relationships between the Korean state and corporate power--DJ.Kim & YC.Kim