Table of contents for The management of enterprises in the People's Republic of China / edited by Anne S. Tsui and Chung-Ming Lau.

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Part I: Mapping Research on Management in the People's Republic of China. 1. Research on the Management of Enterprises in the People's Republic of China: Current Status and Future Directions; A.S. Tsui, C.-M. Lau. 2. Constructing Cross-Context Scholarly Conversations; D.A. Whetten. 3. The Management of People in Chinese Enterprises; T.W. Lee. 4. The Changing World of Chinese Enterprise: An Institutional Perspective; W.R. Scott. Part II: Macro Perspectives. 5. Reforming State-Owned Enterprises: Diversifying Ownership Versus Improving Management; D.D. Li, C. Wu. 6. Internal Capital Market Misallocation and Inefficient External Capital Market: The Guangdong Enterprises Group; J. He, L. Lu. 7. Networks and Incentives in Transition: A Multilevel Analysis of the Pharmaceutical Industry; S. White, X. Liu. 8. From Politics to Markets: A Case Study of Chinese Firms' Strategic Adaptation; Y. Xu, H. Li. 9. Knowledge Management of High-Tech Firms; C.-M. Lau, et al. 10. Corporate Governance Mechanisms; D.K.K. Fan, et al. 11. Decentralized Enterprise Reform: Notes on the Transformation of State-Owned Enterprises; M.W. Meyer, et al. Part III: Micro Perspectives. 12. Social Capital of the Firm and Its Impact on Performance: A Social Network Analysis; Y. Bian. 13. Sources and Moderators of Employee Stress in State-Owned Enterprises; J.L. Xie. 14. Leader Behaviors and Employee Turnover; X.-P. Chen. 15. Employment Relationship with Chinese Middle Managers: Exploring Differences Between State-Owned and Non-State-Owned Firms; A.S. Tsui, et al. 16. Characteristics and Processes of Top Management Teams in High-Tech Firms; P.P. Fu, et al. 17. Corporate Culture in State-Owned Enterprise: An Inductive Analysis of Dimensions and Influences; K.R. Xin, et al. 18. An Inductive Analysis of the Construct Domain of Organizational Citizenship Behavior; J.-L. Farh, et al. Part IV: Executive Perspectives. 19. Speaking for Themselves: Conversations with Four Chinese CEOs; A.S. Tsui. About the Contributors. Index.

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Industrial management -- China.