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A Dictionary of Accounting

January 2010; published online January 2010.

Book. Subjects: accounting. 3803 pages.207944 words.

‘excellent … this dictionary achieves its stated purpose and should find a ready market with students and professionals in the world of accounting and finance’, Accountancynull...

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Europe and the Japanese Challenge

Mark Mason.

November 1997; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: international business. 180 pages.

Japanese foreign direct investment surged into Western markets in the late 1980s provoking intense policy debates in Europe and America. How did the European authorities respond to this...

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Japan, China, and the Growth of the Asian International Economy, 1850-1949

Edited by Kaoru Sugihara.

March 2005; published online July 2005.

Book. Subjects: business and management. 310 pages.

Modern Asian economic history has often been written in terms of Western impact and Asia's response to it. This book argues that the growth of intra-regional trade, migration, and capital...

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The Multilateral Investment System and Multinational Enterprises

Thomas L. Brewer and Stephen Young.

July 1998; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: international business. 320 pages.

The multinational enterprise has been one of the foremost economic, political, and social influences in the world economy for many decades. As its role and influence have grown, so has the...

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The Rural-Urban Divide

John Knight and Lina Song.

November 1999; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: business and management. 370 pages.

This book describes and explains the remarkably large rural–urban divide in economic wellbeing that exists in China. How did it come about? How is it maintained, in the face of...

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The Politics of Lawmaking in Post-Mao China

Murray Scot Tanner.

February 1999; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: business and management. 294 pages.

As the world's largest country struggles with itself to build ‘rule by law’, how is this process reshaping Communist Party rule? The Politics of Lawmaking in Post-Mao China examines how...

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Are Skills the Answer?

Colin Crouch, David Finegold and Mari Sako.

February 1999; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: human resource management. 296 pages.

This study of the problems confronting institutions for the creation of occupational skills in seven advanced industrialised countries contributes to two different areas of debate. The...

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The Role of Government in East Asian Economic Development

Edited by Masahiko Aoki, Hyung-Ki Kim and Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara.

August 1998; published online January 2007.

Book. Subjects: business and management. 432 pages.

The role of government in East Asian economic development has been a contentious issue. Two competing views have shaped enquiries into the source of the rapid growth of the high-performing...

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China's Leap into the Information Age

Qiwen Lu.

July 2000; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: international business. 228 pages.

This book provides the first in-depth analysis of how four innovative Chinese electronics enterprises — the Stone Group, the Legend Computer Group, the Founder Group, and the China Great...

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Miracle to Meltdown in Asia

Norman Flynn.

October 1999; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: international business. 180 pages.

The crisis in Asia has caused economic hardship and brought an end to the ‘economic miracle’ of fast economic growth in the region. This book asks whether the 1997/8 crisis marks a break...

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