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dc.contributor.author刘大健
dc.date.accessioned2019-09-25T08:49:09Z
dc.date.available2019-09-25T08:49:09Z
dc.date.created2019-02-14 15:18
dc.date.issued2011-03-28
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12424/170219
dc.description.abstractIn the past three decades, China's economy has maintained rapid growth. Corporations in China, both state-owned and private ones, face the “going out” issue. Today, China's position in the world economy continuously rises. Its participation is turning into a comprehensive, wide-area and high level form. It is urgent for Chinese managers to find their own way to take new role in the global competition. To China, transnational management is a relatively new topic. There is a wealth of foreign experiences, but it is a complex problem for Chinese managers - to promote and make application of China's own business philosophy, - to demonstrate China’s management characteristics, - And to deal with inter-cultural understanding and integration issues. In our era, fulfillment of social responsibility draws public attention both in domestic and international community, and is an evaluation criterion for an enterprise. Nevertheless, Chinese enterprises are lack of knowledge of their social responsibility. In the process of transnational business, due to the neglect of corporate image building, Chinese corporations often fail in following standards set by the local government, leave local people bad impression and even hurt the feelings of the host country staff. These problems lead to business failure. In this paper we will analyze China's domestic and international business cases in recent years. We will find out some of the business ideas, foreign business mode, and fulfillment of social responsibility, as well as cultural exchange with the local public from the cases. We hope to gain experience and lessons that can inspire Chinese managers. We will also discover some solutions and guidance from the [Essay published in the context of the fourth CSR paper Competition, organized by the Center of International Business Ethics CIBE, Bejing, China, in 2010.]
dc.language.isochi
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dc.subjecttransnational operation
dc.subjectCSR
dc.subjectConfucianism
dc.subject.otherEconomic ethics
dc.subject.otherCorporate social responsibility
dc.titleTransnational operations—China's answer
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