Challenges for China's Development: An Enterprise Perspective

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David Brown, Alasdair MacBean
Taylor & Francis, Jun 23, 2005 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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The pace of reform for China’s enterprises of all kinds has quickened as they seek to cope with the challenges of self-determination in a rapidly evolving context of difficult social and welfare changes, and the realities of increasing global competition. This book explores these challenges from the perspective of the enterprise. It includes discussion of current and likely future overall trends, reports on new research findings on the true extent of governance and accounting reforms within enterprises, and considers the impact of increasing global competition on strategy, business relationships and management culture in a range of different kinds of enterprises.

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David H. Brown is Senior Lecturer and was previously Head of the Department of Systems and Information Management at Lancaster University. His research interests are in the field of systems and strategy. In recent years he has taken a special interest in the Far East and particularly in China, where he has worked since 1986.
Alasdair MacBean is a Professor Emeritus and Director of the Lancaster Centre for Management in China at Lancaster University, He has previously been head of the Economic Department, a College Principal and a Prov-Vice Chancellor. His research is mainly in international trade and economic development, the economy of China, and transitional economies, and he has authored or edited eight books.

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