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by Chris Rowley,Malcolm Warner

eBook Management in South-East Asia: Business Culture, Enterprises and Human Resources epub
  • ISBN: 0415494958
  • Author: Chris Rowley,Malcolm Warner
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 18, 2007)
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • ePUB size: 1844 kb
  • FB2 size 1347 kb
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It widely agreed that this is a region of growing importance economically in today’s globalized world. This area contains a diverse range of dynamic economies, ranging from the ‘highly developed’ through to the ‘newly emerging’, each competing in a different manner and with different characteristics. This book specifically focuses on current and future developments in areas such as Business Culture, Enterprises and Human Resources.

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Multiple options to purchase locally. It widely agreed that this is a region of growing importance economically in today’s globalized world.

This book specifically focuses on current and future developments in areas such as Business Culture, Enterprises and Human Resources.

It widely agreed that this is a region of growing importance economically in today’s globalized world.

This collection has examined management and business in a selection of countries in the South-East Asia region – Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam – and covered a variety of topics and areas.

First Published 2007.

Management in South-East Asia book.

Y Zhu, M Warner, C Rowley. Globalization and transformation of human resource management in South Korea.

Professor, Cass Business School, City, University of London; Kellogg College, University of Oxford. Asian Business & Management Work & Employment. Articles Cited by Co-authors. Y Zhu, M Warner, C Rowley. The international journal of human resource management 18 (5), 745-768, 2007. Towards an Asian model of human resource management? A comparative analysis of China, Japan and South Korea. C Rowley, J Bae. International Journal of Human Resource Management 13 (3), 522-549, 2002.

Conclusion: Whither Business and Management in South East Asia? .

Conclusion: Whither Business and Management in South East Asia? Article. We then go on to examine the four national exemplifications represented in this collection, namely studies set in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam.

Ying Zhu, Malcolm Warner.

Ying Zhu, Malcolm Warner, Chris Rowley. The central theme of this article is to illustrate the similarity and difference of people-management system among the key economies in East Asia. The article not only identifies what elements do exist in East Asian people-management system, but also examines other new elements being adopted into the existing system with the influences from the US and Europe. Ying Zhu, Malcolm Warner. In A. W. Harzing and J. V. Ruysseveldt (ed.

This edited volume deals with Management in South-East Asia. It widely agreed that this is a region of growing importance economically in today’s globalized world. This area contains a diverse range of dynamic economies, ranging from the ‘highly developed’ through to the ‘newly emerging’, each competing in a different manner and with different characteristics. This book specifically focuses on current and future developments in areas such as Business Culture, Enterprises and Human Resources. It covers a range of topics, industries, size of firms and countries (Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, three of which are capitalist economies, with the latter a transitional communist one). These locations also comprehend a variety of business cultures, with a variety of religious values, ranging from Buddhist to Islamic, and ethnic identities. The approach taken is inter-disciplinary and most of the contributions are by locally-based authors who are very well qualified to write about their chosen country-setting. The experts contributing include those specialized in banking, business management, economics, finance, sociology, psychology and so on, all based in business schools and universities, encompassing a good number of national origins.

This book was previously published as a special issue of the Asian Pacific Business Review.

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