Chinese Business in Southeast Asia: Contesting Cultural Explanations, Researching Entrepreneurship
Presents empirical findings from different South-East Asian countries to demonstrate that Chinese businessmen employ a variety of strategies in their networking, entrepreneurship and organisational and firm development; and concludes that much more research is needed in order to provide a full understanding of Chinese business success.
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