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Summary This book provides a comprehensive overview and introduction to the types of business group that dominate the Asian economic landscape. The origins and founding context of groups from particular national settings forms the basic structure of the book. Emphasis is given to both the similarities and differences in group governance and performance in different national contexts. The framework for analyzing group governance and performance borrows from complementary work in sociology, strategic management and finance. The book shows how groups from different national contexts develop particular approaches to strategy and to the development of core capabilities. The implications for Asian international competitiveness are addressed. Key Features Multidisciplinary framework that integrates managerial, sociological, and economic perspectives on business groups and permits analysis of both their positive and negative aspects. Comprehensive survey of empirical findings on the financial and market performance. Sensitivity to the changing historical context and major events that have shaped business group development and dynamics. The multidisciplinary framework focuses attention upon the strategy, management, and market advantages and problems of business groups. The Author Professor Michael Carney joined Concordia University's Department of Management in 1984. He has held visiting positions at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Tianjin University and the University of South Australia. His research has appeared in major business journals. Readership Scholars with an interest in comparative management, Asian firm strategy and organization theory and industrial organization Practitioners, managers and consultants working with business groups and their foreign trading partners Students in MBA/advanced graduate courses in Asian business enterprise or emerging market economies Contents The bright and dark side of Asian business groups Prototypes: colonial business groups in Asia before 1945 Continuity and change in Japan's business groups State-constructed business groups: the Korean chaebol Searching for business groups in Taiwan Business groups in mainland China Hong Kong based business groups Business groups in India Ethnic Chinese business groups in Southeast Asia: social capital and institutional persistence The development of Asia's business groups Appendix A: a selection of business group definitions Appendix B: the problem of business groups' performance measurementBiografía del autor:
Professor Michael Carney joined Concordia University’s Department of Management in 1984. He has held visiting positions at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Tianjin University and the University of South Australia. He has published some 40 papers and book chapters appearing in Journals such as Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Asia Pacific Business Review, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Family Business Review, Handbook of Asian Management and Organization, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, and Strategic Management Journal. Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies and Organization Studies. He is currently a Senior Editor at the Asia-Pacific Journal of Management.
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