qThis book describes the Chinese way of life (CWOL) circa 2014, based on extensive primary and secondary data. Taking an anthropological approach, the book covers 51 topics that would have been studied if China were a newly discovered civilization, plus one overarching chapter that presents nine core concepts of CWOL. While the book is a rigorous treatment of CWOL, it is also filled with personal stories and perspectives from close to 1000 successful Chinese from academia, business, and government. The Chinese Way equips readers with a deep understanding of a society that is a major player in global business today and offers a foundation for successful business interactions with Chinese companies, organizations, and peopleq--... the top 30 academic journals compiled by UT Dallas, or the slightly bigger set of 40 journals listed by Financial Times as ... From 2001 to November 1, 2011, Chinese scientific researchers published a total of 836, 000 papers, ranking secondanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Chinese Way|
|Author||:||Min Ding, Jie Xu|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-08-07|