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The Overseas Chinese in ASEAN: business strategies and management practices

Author: Limlingan, Victor Simpao Publisher: De La Salle University Press, 1994.Language: EnglishDescription: 172 p. : Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9715550096Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Business Strategies and Management Practices Table of Contents The Overseas Chinese in Asean: List of Tables, xiii List of Figures, xv Foreword, xvii I. THEMATIC FRAMEWORK Research Interest, 1 The ASEAN Region, 1 The Overseas Chinese in ASEAN, 2 Explaining Away the Overseas Chinese Performance, 6 Explaining the Overseas Chinese Performance: The Scholars, 8 Explaining the Overseas Chinese Performance: The Politicians, 10 The Comparative Management Approach, 12 Hypothesis Formulation, 14 The Data Base, 16 Thesis Objectives and Research Guidelines, 18 Significance of the Research, 19 Notes, 20 II. THE HISTORY OF THE OVERSEAS CHINESE IN ASEAN The Dragon's Seeds: The Traders, 23 The Dragon's Seeds: The Laborers, 28 The Dragon's Seeds: A Profile, 34 The Army of Merchants, 38 The ASEAN Response, 39 The Persistent Presence: The Malaysian Case, 40 Historical Analysis, 41 Notes, 46 III. THE BUSINESS POLICY HYPOTHESIS Rationale for an Exposition on Business Policy Framework, 49 Business Policy and Business Strategy: The Academic Origins, 49 Alternative Strategy Frameworks, 52 The Validity of the Business Policy Hypothesis, 56 Applying the Business Policy Framework to the Overseas Chinese, 58 Validating the Hypothesis, 66 Notes, 66 1 23 49 IV. THE CHINESE TRADING COMPANY The Strategic Situation, 68 The Concept of Operation, 70 The Entry Strategy, 73 The Basic Structure of the Basic Strategy, 78 Succeeding Strategy I: Procter and Gamble Distributor, Succeeding Strategy II: Fresh Lanzones from Far Zamboanga, 85 The Chinese Entrepreneur, 86 Summary, 91 Notes, 93 V. THE CHINESE INDUSTRIALISTS Institutionalizing the Business Deal: Indonesia and the Philippines, 95 Coping with the Political Environment: Malaysia, 107 Building on the Resource Base: Thailand, 115 Alternative Intermediation Strategies: Singapore, 119 The Williams Hypothesis Demonstrated: Brunei, 124 Summary, 127 Notes, 127 VI. THE CHINESE MANAGERIAL SYSTEM Chinese Culture and the Chinese Managerial System, 131 Comparative Management Analysis and the Chinese Managerial System, 138 TIN Structure of the Chinese Managerial System, 144 Case Studies on the Chinese Managerial System, 146 Management Development under the Chinese Managerial System, 151 The Chinese Managerial System in ASEAN, 154 Summary, 155 Notes, 156 VII. SUMMARY VIII. AREAS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH 68 82 95 131 158 163

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