Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 295
Dimensions: 235 x 155 mm
Edition: 1st ed. 2006
'If you care at all about business in China, read this book. It smashes all of the tidy assumptions about ethics being entirely different or the same in the new China.'
- Thomas Donaldson, The Wharton School
"Throughout its long history, China has made a deep contribution to global ethics. In the period of global business development, ethical issues are centrally important. China has the potential to play a critical role in the search for an ethic for globally sustainable development. By bringing together essays from outstanding scholars in this field, this book provides an invaluable insight into the way in which China can contribute to this process."
- Peter Nolan, Professor, Judge Business School and Chair, Development Studies, University of Cambridge
'China's rapid movement to the center of the global economic stage has highlighted vivid differences between China and her trading partners regarding issues of ethics and governance. Such differences have the power to erode the trust necessary to support continued development of the global economy, with consequences hard to imagine. Lu and Enderle have put together a book that presents the central issues with timely illustrations and a dialogue between Chinese and foreign observers. This book clarifies the reasons behind the misunderstandings and adds valuable insights for understanding contemporary China.'
- Bill Fischer, Professor, IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland; and former President & Dean, The China-Europe International Business School in Shanghai
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