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Competition, Strategy and Management in China

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15 September 2008

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As companies are taking more autonomous control over their business and HR strategies, the time has come to examine recent developments in business organization in China. The author explores the growing strength of the...

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As companies are taking more autonomous control over their business and HR strategies, the time has come to examine recent developments in business organization in China. The author explores the growing strength of the private sector, the changes this has caused, and the global competition that industries are facing.

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A new angle from which to understand contemporary Chinese business and management
  Topical studies look at the strategy behind China's most successful private enterprises
  Userfriendly statistics and empirical data illustrate the realities of business in China
  Analyzes successful management and strategy techniques in a highly profitable, but highly volatile, market
5  Features a unique look at China's changing identity as a foreign investor with interests abroad

Introduction
PART ONE: CONTEXT
Business Environment in China
Competition Pressure and Strategy of Chinese firms
PART TWO: CASE STUDIES
Automobile and Pharmaceutical Industry
Electronic and Information Technology Industry
Retail and Exhibition Industry
PART THREE: HRM AND TRANS-NATIONAL FIRMS
International M&A in China: driving forces, barriers and implications for HRM
Chinese Outward FDI: driving forces, strategies, and implications for HRM
Conclusions.

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FANG LEE COOKE is Professor of Human Resource Management and Chinese Studies at Manchester Business School.

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FANG LEE COOKE is Professor of Human Resource Management and Chinese Studies at Manchester Business School.

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