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Asian Business & Management is divided into two parts, one dealing with major contextual and theoretical issues of business and management, and the other with fresh and topical analysis regarding recent changes in management in the major Asian nations. The book brings together work from leading authorities and a unique focus on CSR. Companion Website: http://www.palgrave.com/business/hasegawa/
HARUKIYO HASGAWA is Professor of Global Management and Human Resource Management at Dshisha Business School in Kyoto. He was formerly Director for the Centre for Japanese Studies and currently honorary professor of Japanese business at the University of Sheffield. He is General Editor of Asian Business & Management (PalgraveMacmillan).
CARLOS NORONHA is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Business Administrations, University of Macau in China.
Table of Contents
Preface Acknowledgements List of Tables List of Figures Abbreviations Glossary of Foreign Terms Editor and Author Biographies
Introduction PART ONE: ASIAN MANAGEMENT: BUSINESS SYSTEMS AND PERSPECTIVE 1 The Business Systems of Asia Gordon Redding 2 CSR and Sustainable Development in Asia Philippe Debroux 3 Technology Development in Asia Leonard Lynn 4 Production Networks in Asia Andy Staples 5 Culture and Business in Asia Carlos Noronha 6 Asian Leadership Philippe Byosiere &--Denise J. Luethge 7 The Role of Business in Asian Living and Working Conditions Naoki Kuriyama
PART TWO: VARIETIES OF ASIAN BUSINESS SYSTEMS 8 Management in Japan Michael A. Witt 9 Management in China Robert Taylor 10 Management in India Vipin Gupta 11 Management in Korea Martin Hemmert 12 Management in Singapore Tony Garrett 13 Management in Vietnam Nguyen Thi Tuyet Mai &--Mai The Cuong 14 Management in Thailand Pornkasem Kantamara 15 Management in Malaysia Sow Hup Chan 16 Management in Indonesia Agustinus Prasetyantoko &--Raphaella D. Dwianto 17 Management in the Philippines Mari Kondo Epilogue