The Oxford handbook of Asian business systems

Contributor(s): Witt, Michael A [Editor] | Redding, Gordon [Editor]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Oxford handbooksPublisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2015Description: xvi, 735 p. Includes bibliographical references and indexISBN: 9780198745426Subject(s): Administration industrial - Asia | Business enterprises | Industrial management - Asia | Asia - Commerce | Comparative management - AsiaDDC classification: 658.0095 Summary: The Oxford Handbook of Asian Business Systems presents a comprehensive set of analyses of the business systems, or varieties of capitalism, of thirteen Asian economies, ranging from India eastwards to Japan. It includes thirteen chapters that present, economy by economy, a comprehensive analysis of each business system; eleven chapters that explore different themes, such as corporate governance or employment relations, comparatively across Asia; three chapters that trace from different angles the historical evolution of Asian business systems; and one chapter each drawing overall conclusions for scholars and business practitioners from the whole book. This volume contributes to the literature on comparative institutional analysis in the fields of socio-economics, sociology, political science, and international business. https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199654925.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199654925
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Table of contents:

1. Introduction
2. China: authoritarian capitalism
3. Hong Kong: hybrid capitalism as catalyst
4. India: from failed developmental state towards hybrid market capitalism
5. Indonesia: oligarchic capitalism
6. Japan: coordinated capitalism between institutional change and structural inertia
7. Laos: frontier capitalism
8. Malaysia: personal capitalism
9. The Philippines: inequality-trapped capitalism
10. Singapore: open state-led capitalism
11. South Korea: plutocratic state-led capitalism reconfiguring
12. Taiwan: SME-oriented capitalism in transition
13. Thailand: post-developmentalist capitalism
14. Vietnam: post-state capitalism
15. Business groups in Asia: an institutional perspective
16. Corporate governance and business systems in Asia
17. Culture and the business systems of Asia
18. Employment relations and human resource Management in Asia: explaining patterns in Asian societies
19. Financial systems in Asia: where politics meets development
20. MNEs in Asian business systems
21. National R&​D systems and technology development in Asia
22. The Co-evolution of global sourcing of business support functions and the economic development of Asian emerging economies
23. Social capital in Asia: its dual nature and function
24. The role of the state in Asian business systems
25. A survey of strategic behavior and firm performance in Asia
26. Pictures of the past: historical influences in contemporary Asian business systems
27. Beyond production: changing dynamics of Asian business groups
28. Change and continuity in East Asian business systems
29. Asian business systems: implications and perspectives for comparative business systems and varieties of capitalism research
30. Asian business systems: implications for managerial practice.

The Oxford Handbook of Asian Business Systems presents a comprehensive set of analyses of the business systems, or varieties of capitalism, of thirteen Asian economies, ranging from India eastwards to Japan. It includes thirteen chapters that present, economy by economy, a comprehensive analysis of each business system; eleven chapters that explore different themes, such as corporate governance or employment relations, comparatively across Asia; three chapters that trace from different angles the historical evolution of Asian business systems; and one chapter each drawing overall conclusions for scholars and business practitioners from the whole book. This volume contributes to the literature on comparative institutional analysis in the fields of socio-economics, sociology, political science, and international business.


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