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Entrepreneurship in Asia

Author: Redding, Gordon S. INSEAD Area: Asian Business and Comparative ManagementIn: Euro-Asia Business Review, vol. 5, no. 4, October 1986 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 23-27.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: The two main tasks of the entrepreneur — the creation of a new venture and the coordination of the activities of the company in such a way as to foster growth — are both powerfully influenced by cultural values and structural factors. Professor Redding examines how both sets of factors can be used to explain the exceptional growth of Japan and South Korea, the constraints on the growth of Overseas Chinese companies and the barriers to entrepreneurship among the indigenous population of ASEAN.
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The two main tasks of the entrepreneur — the creation of a new venture and the coordination of the activities of the company in such a way as to foster growth — are both powerfully influenced by cultural values and structural factors. Professor Redding examines how both sets of factors can be used to explain the exceptional growth of Japan and South Korea, the constraints on the growth of Overseas Chinese companies and the barriers to entrepreneurship among the indigenous population of ASEAN.

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