A Study on the Management of Chinese Companies in the Global Economy Era

Recently, many people pay attention to the high growth of Asian enterprises, in contrast to stagnant Japanese ones.  This study focuses on Chinese companies among them.  It is generally supposed that Chinese companies have some features such as the concentration of power on an owner-manager and top-down decision-making style, quick and flexible action, the practical use of open-network and active international evolution.  In this study, I try to investigate the feature of Chinese companies through a comparative study (for example, between Chinese and Japanese firms, and/or between Taiwanese and Chinese ones), then try to examine how these features contribute to their dynamic growth in the global economy era.

Staff:Chikashi Kishimoto