Management Research News: Volume 31 Issue 12

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Table of contents - Special Issue: Managing China in an era of changing global business practices

Guest Editors: Mike Berrell, Jacob Park

Is talent management just “old wine in new bottles”?: The case of multinational companies in Beijing

Xin Chuai, David Preece, Paul Iles

The purpose of this paper is to explore whether talent management (TM) practices are fundamentally different from traditional approaches to human resource management (HRM) and…

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Monte Carlo simulation and a value‐at‐risk of concessionary project: The case study of the Guangshen Freeway in China

Xiaofeng Du, Amory N. Li

The purpose of this paper is to propose a comprehensive approach to the valuation of an infrastructure concession right and quantitative risk management projects in the People's…

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Strategic implications of global integration and local responsiveness for Chinese multinationals: An area for future study

Di Fan, Chris Nyland, Cherrie Jiuhua Zhu

Based on the review of extant international business and management literature, this paper aims to examine the global integration (GI) and local responsiveness (LR) paradigm and…

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Exploring maintenance strategies in Chinese product manufacturing companies

Heiko Gebauer, Felix Pützr, Thomas Fischer, Chunzhi Wang, Jie Lin

The purpose of this paper is to explore maintenance strategies for manufacturing equipment in Chinese firms.

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China, business and sustainability: understanding the strategic convergence

Jacob Park

The purpose of this paper is to argue that, despite the attention given to China's rising importance in the international marketplace, there has not been a corresponding attention…

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An empirical evidence of small business financing in China

Junjie Wu, Jining Song, Catherine Zeng

The purpose of this paper is to provide empirical quantitative evidence concerning small business financing in China and highlight the financing problems faced by small to…

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Xiagang and re‐employment policies in Shanghai

Lilai Xu, Lynne Bennington

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the job creation policies being used to address the high unemployment rate and number of xiagang in Shanghai.

ISSN:

0140-9174

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1978 – 2009

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Emerald Publishing Limited