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Chinese Global Production Networks in ASEAN

  • Young-Chan Kim
Book

Part of the Understanding China book series (UNCHI)

About this book

Introduction

This volume examines the role of Chinese businesses and industries in Asian production networks.  By presenting different case studies of the Asian region, the contributors illustrate how China successfully exports the Chinese business model, based on Chinese ethics, social networks and production integration. The contributors also discuss topics such as the implications and ramifications of global product sharing within Asia; the prospects of free trade agreements in Asia; the economic advantages of Chinese family lineage and Guanxi − an influential Chinese network; collaboration of overseas Chinese with mainland Chinese, as well as direct Chinese business involvement and investment in other Asian countries.

Keywords

ASEAN China Chinese business Chinese business networks Chinese ethics Emerging economies Guanxi Production networks Regional clusters Sino capitalism Value chains process

Editors and affiliations

  • Young-Chan Kim
    • 1
  1. 1.International Business and EconomicsBusiness School, University of GreenwichLondonUnited Kingdom

About the editors

Dr Young-Chan Kim is a senior lecturer and was the Program Leader in MA/MBA China at the University of Greenwich in the UK. His research is intensified around the notion of Asian business and economy. His prior publications range from South Korea: Challenging globalisation and the post-crisis reforms to Newly Industrializing Economics and International Competitiveness: citing Korean Electronics MNEs, as the prominent cases. He is currently cultivating his research around the relationship between China and her global business partners'. He is further in the midst of conducting extensive research on the burgeoning Chinese IT industry and the globalisation of Chinese MNEs such as Alibaba and the Xiaomi group and the impact that they will bring to the ever-changing face of the global IT industry.

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