Global Logic: The Challenge of Globalisation for Southeast Asian Business
This book proposes that a new and global logic of business management is emerging. It focuses on SE Asia and challenges conventional wisdom about the growth of SE Asian economies and the dynamics of business systems in the region.
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Challenges to Conventional Wisdom
A Review of the Growth of Global Business
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