Год издания: 2005
Количество страниц: 175
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Are business conflicts in China resolved in much the same way as elsewhere? Or are they handled altogether differently? Setting out in search of an answer, Jie Tang immersed herself in the day-to-day operation of a major construction project in China that brought together participants from around the globe. The result is this in-depth account of the inner workings of the Chinese business world. It follows the progress of construction from tendering to completion in an attempt to understand the progress and problems on the project as seen through the eyes of the participants. It also delves into how conflicts grew out of the structure of the project, as well as the broader contest in which it operated. In doing so, Managers and Mandarins in China touches on such issues as differing international standards and management procedures; the peculiarities of Chinese red tape; tensions between contractors; paternalism and nepotism; the role of campaigns and the limits on contract...