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Examining differences in competitive intelligence practice: China, Japan, and the West.
This article identifies the state of competitive intelligence (CI) in Asia, specifically, two of its most prominent economic powers, China and Japan. Comparisons with Western, mainly U.S. practice are made, particularly ...
Employment relations in emerging economies: China and India
This chapter presents and analyses the employment relations in China and India, assessed in their broader institutional context as well as in the nature of their integration into the global economy, from a comaparative ...
China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI) and Domestic Investment (DI): An Industrial Level Analysis
In the past decade, China's outward foreign direct investment (FDI) has increased significantly. On the other hand, the Chinese economic growth model is heavily reliant on domestic investment. Our study examines the important ...
Ecological civilization - China's emerging ecological civilization
(World Scientific, 2019-04-01)
Who gets caught for corruption when corruption is pervasive? Evidence from China's anti-bribery blacklist
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-14)
This article empirically investigates why in a corruption-pervasive country only a minority of the firms get caught for bribery while the majority get away with it. By matching manufacturing firms to a blacklist of bribers ...
From one to many central plans: Drug advertising inspections and intra-national protectionism in China
This paper provides the first micro-level evidence for the existence and patterns of intra-national protectionism in China. We demonstrate that drug advertising inspections are used by provincial governments to discriminate ...