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The Resource The Chinese century : the rising Chinese economy and its impact on the global economy, the balance of power, and your job, Oded Shenkar

The Chinese century : the rising Chinese economy and its impact on the global economy, the balance of power, and your job, Oded Shenkar

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The Chinese century : the rising Chinese economy and its impact on the global economy, the balance of power, and your job
Title
The Chinese century
Title remainder
the rising Chinese economy and its impact on the global economy, the balance of power, and your job
Statement of responsibility
Oded Shenkar
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"In the face of accelerating turbulence and change, business leaders and policy makers need new ways of thinking to sustain performance and growth. This book is source for stimulating ideas from thought leaders who provide new mental models to address changes in strategy, management, and finance."--Jacket
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Shenkar, Oded
Dewey number
  • 337.51
  • 330.95106
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
HC427.95
LC item number
.S5326 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • China
  • China
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The Chinese century : the rising Chinese economy and its impact on the global economy, the balance of power, and your job, Oded Shenkar
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-184) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. The dawn of the Chinese century. China in the global economy : Resources and capabilities ; The synergies of greater China -- Coming to America : The chronic importer ; The naïve trader (or the one with more to lose) ; Follow the curve ; Foreign-generated and "self-inflicted" imports ; The currency play -- China takes on the world -- The world's factory : The export imperative -- Where the jobs are -- A consumer paradise -- The coming realignment -- 2. The Middle Kingdom. An imperial (but not imperalist) heritage : The imperial bureaucracy ; China and its neighbors ; The imperial imprint -- The modern era: China and the foreign powers : The shadow of humilation -- China under communism : The communist imprint -- The reform period -- Lofty aspirations : National symbols ; Political aspirations ; Economic aspirations -- 3. Like no other. Is China a new Japan? : Analogies of response ; Japan, China, and the limits of analogy ; The innovation imperative -- Dragons, large and small : Hong Kong ; Taiwan ; Singapore ; South Korea ; The Asian crisis, misinterpreted -- China and India: a tale of two nations -- 4. From socks to aircraft. The technology legacy : Inventions but no science ; The price of falling behind ; Technology by decree: the central planning legacy -- Climbing the technology ladder ; Leveraging foreign investment : Technology transfer incentives ; Learning from the barbarians ; Indigenous innovation: still a dream ; Developing research capabilities -- Upgrading China's "humanware" : Transforming the educational system ; The return of the "turtles" -- Bringing technology to the enterprise : OEM, ODM, OBM ; Technology as a freebie -- 5. The two-dollar Rolex. Yankee footprints : Piracy, counterfeiting, and the like -- The costs and benefits of knock-offs -- An industry in the making : Institutional and legacy factors ; The organization of fake production -- Pirating "digitized" products -- The enforcement failure ; The globalization of piracy and counterfeiting ; Going forward : Navigating pirate seas -- 6. The business challenge. Industry tales : America's clothier ; Furniture from afar -- The geography of the China impact : Holding its own: the European Union ; The invasion of Japan ; Mexico undone ; Friends and foes: ASEAN and beyond -- What's coming -- Preparing for the Chinese century : A new game plan ; If you can't beat them -- 7. East, east, and away: where the jobs are. Job migration: myth and fact : Job migration and job losses ; In context -- Who benefits : Macro promise, micro reality -- The economics of job migration -- Here we go again? -- China and the global labor market : China's job impact -- Is your job in jeopardy? : Politics and policies ; Navigating the new job landscape ; Up (or down) the ladder -- 8. A TV from Sichuan. The factory to the world meets the consumer of the world -- The nation of Wal-Mart -- A level playing field -- Pricing -- Would you buy a Chinese product? : China and the brand -- Is "buy American" returning? -- 9. China rising. Misplaced analogies -- The tortoise and the hare -- China and the World Trade Organization -- Scenarios for the future : Soft landing ; Hard landing -- Fault lines : Nations and states ; Global battle lines
Control code
ocm57641669
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 191 pages
Isbn
9780131467484
Lccn
2004106546
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)57641669
Label
The Chinese century : the rising Chinese economy and its impact on the global economy, the balance of power, and your job, Oded Shenkar
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-184) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. The dawn of the Chinese century. China in the global economy : Resources and capabilities ; The synergies of greater China -- Coming to America : The chronic importer ; The naïve trader (or the one with more to lose) ; Follow the curve ; Foreign-generated and "self-inflicted" imports ; The currency play -- China takes on the world -- The world's factory : The export imperative -- Where the jobs are -- A consumer paradise -- The coming realignment -- 2. The Middle Kingdom. An imperial (but not imperalist) heritage : The imperial bureaucracy ; China and its neighbors ; The imperial imprint -- The modern era: China and the foreign powers : The shadow of humilation -- China under communism : The communist imprint -- The reform period -- Lofty aspirations : National symbols ; Political aspirations ; Economic aspirations -- 3. Like no other. Is China a new Japan? : Analogies of response ; Japan, China, and the limits of analogy ; The innovation imperative -- Dragons, large and small : Hong Kong ; Taiwan ; Singapore ; South Korea ; The Asian crisis, misinterpreted -- China and India: a tale of two nations -- 4. From socks to aircraft. The technology legacy : Inventions but no science ; The price of falling behind ; Technology by decree: the central planning legacy -- Climbing the technology ladder ; Leveraging foreign investment : Technology transfer incentives ; Learning from the barbarians ; Indigenous innovation: still a dream ; Developing research capabilities -- Upgrading China's "humanware" : Transforming the educational system ; The return of the "turtles" -- Bringing technology to the enterprise : OEM, ODM, OBM ; Technology as a freebie -- 5. The two-dollar Rolex. Yankee footprints : Piracy, counterfeiting, and the like -- The costs and benefits of knock-offs -- An industry in the making : Institutional and legacy factors ; The organization of fake production -- Pirating "digitized" products -- The enforcement failure ; The globalization of piracy and counterfeiting ; Going forward : Navigating pirate seas -- 6. The business challenge. Industry tales : America's clothier ; Furniture from afar -- The geography of the China impact : Holding its own: the European Union ; The invasion of Japan ; Mexico undone ; Friends and foes: ASEAN and beyond -- What's coming -- Preparing for the Chinese century : A new game plan ; If you can't beat them -- 7. East, east, and away: where the jobs are. Job migration: myth and fact : Job migration and job losses ; In context -- Who benefits : Macro promise, micro reality -- The economics of job migration -- Here we go again? -- China and the global labor market : China's job impact -- Is your job in jeopardy? : Politics and policies ; Navigating the new job landscape ; Up (or down) the ladder -- 8. A TV from Sichuan. The factory to the world meets the consumer of the world -- The nation of Wal-Mart -- A level playing field -- Pricing -- Would you buy a Chinese product? : China and the brand -- Is "buy American" returning? -- 9. China rising. Misplaced analogies -- The tortoise and the hare -- China and the World Trade Organization -- Scenarios for the future : Soft landing ; Hard landing -- Fault lines : Nations and states ; Global battle lines
Control code
ocm57641669
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 191 pages
Isbn
9780131467484
Lccn
2004106546
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)57641669

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