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Chinese Organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Dynamics, New Synergies (Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy)


Reseña del editor Trade between China and Africa is increasing year on year, while the West increasingly debates the nature and implications of China’s presence. Yet little research exists at organizational and community levels. While western press reporting is overwhelmingly negative, African governments mostly welcome the Chinese presence. But what happens at management level? How are Chinese organizations run? What are they bringing to communities? What is their impact on the local job market? How do they manage staff? How are they working with local firms? This book seeks to provide a theoretical framework for understanding Chinese organization and management in Africa, and to explore how their interventions are playing out at organizational and community level in sub-Saharan Africa. Based on rigorous empirical research exploring emerging themes in specific African countries, this book develops implications for management knowledge, education and training provision, and policy formulation. Importantly it seeks to inform future scholarship on China’s management impact in the world generally, on Africa’s future development, and on international and cross-cultural management scholarship. Primarily aimed at scholars of International Management, with an interest in China and/or in China in Africa, this important book will also be of great interest to those working in the area of Development Studies, International Politics, and International Relations. Biografía del autor Terence Jackson is Professor of Cross-cultural Management at Middlesex University Business School, London. He has published extensively on management in Africa and on cross-cultural management in journals including Journal of Management Studies, Human Relations, Human Resource Management, Journal of World Business, Organization, International Journal of Human Resource Management and Management International Review. He has written eight sole –author books including Management and Change in Africa: A Cross-cultural Perspective (Routledge: 2004), the result of a 15-country collaborative study of sub-Saharan Africa. His latest book is International Management Ethics: A Critical, Cross-cultural Perspective (Cambridge: 2011), and he is currently writing a second edition of his 2002 book International HRM: A Cross-cultural Approach (Sage). He is editor-in-chief of International Journal of Cross Cultural Management (Sage). Lynette Louw is Raymond Ackerman Chair of Management in the Department of Management and Deputy Dean, Faculty of Commerce at Rhodes University in South Africa. She is a specialist in Strategic Management, International Organisational Behaviour, and Intercultural and Cross-cultural Management, and is the South African lead for the project Chinese organisations in sub-Saharan Africa: new dynamics, new synergies for which she was won substantial funding. She serves on a number of journal editorial boards, is a co-author of Management: Fourth South African Edition and the editor and co-author of Strategic Management: Developing Sustainability in Southern Africa, 3rd edition. Dev K. (Roshan) Boojihawon (PhD 2003, International Strategy, University of Strathclyde) is Lecturer in Strategy at the Open University Business School, UK. Dr Boojihawon is leading an international project on ‘Strategy processes, practices & learning in sub-Saharan Africa’ and recently co-edited a book on Organisational Collaborations. His academic writings have appeared as several open and distance learning materials on strategy and international management, book chapters, conferences papers and peer-reviewed articles published in such journals as International Business Review, Services Industries Journal, African Journal of Business & Economic Research and African Journal of Economic and Management Research. Tony Fang (PhD 1999, Industrial Marketing, Linköping University) is Professor of Business Administration at the School of Business, Stockholm University. He is an internationally respected researcher in cross-cultural management and Chinese business studies and is the author of the books Chinese Business Negotiating Style (Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1999) and Att göra affärer i dagens Kina (Stockholm: SNS, 2005; editor).

Chinese Organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Dynamics, New Synergies Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy: Amazon.es: Terence Jackson, Lynette Louw, Dev K Boojihawon, Tony Fang: Libros en idiomas extranjeros
Chinese Organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Dynamics, New Synergies Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy: Amazon.es: Terence Jackson, Lynette Louw, Dev K Boojihawon, Tony Fang: Libros en idiomas extranjeros
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