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Capital and Knowledge in Asia

  • Fester Einband
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Global economic integration, widening communication networks and government policies supportive of private enterprise are changin... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Klappentext

Global economic integration, widening communication networks and government policies supportive of private enterprise are changing the opportunities for accumulating wealth, status and power in Asia in unprecedented ways. This is accompanied by the development of highly sophisticated service enterprises, such as banks, law, accountancy and consultancy firms and IT businesses, which provide access to the resources required for a profitable connection to the wider world.
This volume investigates whether these producer services thrive in Asia's high performing economies much as they do in the West. It has a three-tiered approach focusing on:
* The role of producer service enterprises in channeling the access to markets, capital and commercial knowledge
* Opportunities for social mobility within the expanding services sector itself
* The role played by the state as facilitator of middle class economic prosperity and progress, incubator of capitalism and provder of political stability, employment, education and legal frameworks for business operation as opposed to a state that operates through patronage to established elites.
The authors collected here examine producer services and social mobility within the context of specific Asian nation states--including China, India, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore.

Zusammenfassung
This book focuses on the key role played by producer services in shaping new business areas and new patterns for social mobility, and their interdependence with the State and the emergence and flourishing of the new professions.

Inhalt

1. Producer Services, Social Mobility and the State in Asia: Lessons from Western Economies Heidi Dahles The New Economy: Boosting New People or Bolstering Old Ties? 2. Networking for Domination: The Interconnectivity amongst Business and Government Actors in the Information Technology of Hong Kong Yin-wah Chu 3. The Status of Non-Banking Financial Companies in India: A Case Study from Ahmedabad Dinesh N. Awasthi 4. Cyber Gurus and Social Mobility in India's 'Silicon Valley' Salim Lakha 5. Restructuring Capitilist Power in the Philippines: Elite Consolidation and Upward Mobility in Producer Services Michael Pinches 6. Land Investors During the Property Boom of the 1990s and the Elite of Metro Cebu Edsel E. Sajor Engineering a New Middle Class: Singapore and Malaysia 7. Brokering Change, Changing Brokers: The Chinese Business Elite and Decolonization Politics in Singapore, 1945-65 Sikko Visscher 8. Social Networks and Modern Management Style: Pawnbroking Business in Singapore Selina Ching Chan 9. Establishing an Enduring Business: The Great-Eastern Life Assurance-OCBC Group Lee Kam Hing 10. Local Merchant Shipping Companies in Malaysia: Expansion and Diversification Loh Wei Leng Producer Services in Transitional Economies 11. New Entrepreneurs in Reform China: Economic Growth and Social Change in Taiyuan, Shanxi David S. G. Goodman 12. Business Services in Transitional Economies: The Case of Russia Olga van der Wusten-Gritsai 13. Conclusions Otto van den Muijzenberg

Produktinformationen

Titel: Capital and Knowledge in Asia
Editor:
EAN: 9780415304177
ISBN: 978-0-415-30417-7
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Routledge Chapman Hall
Genre: Geowissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten: 264
Gewicht: 522g
Größe: H242mm x B161mm x T20mm
Jahr: 2003
Auflage: New
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