Economic Contact between China and The United States Research Paper by Writing Specialists

Economic Contact between China and The United States
This is a study exploring American and Chinese business relationships.
# 91953 | 3,868 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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This study shows the differences between ethics, culture, family history, and other factors that influence successful managers and profitable business managers. It includes a comparison of Chinese and American management, which looks at techniques at home and abroad, how managers are chosen for their positions, how they rise within the organization and what identifiable differences there are between management in private enterprise and state run organizations.

From the Paper:

"We should also look at information we may be able to acquire concerning companies involved in joint ventures. This information can usually be found on the we sites of the US partner and in their in house literature which is distributed to share-holders, prospective investors and to trade publications for public relations. Certain targets emerge for study in this area: companies involved in finance, oil production, manufactured goods and other business areas where the low cost of Chinese labor or the high efficiency of US firms has been deemed beneficial to one of the two countries. A company which fits into this category would be National Oilwell, which has joint ventures with several Chinese companies and takes advantage of the low cost of labor while providing the competence of highly trained and experienced engineers, plus well machined parts which cannot currently be obtained in China."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Kai-Alexander Schlevogt, The Art of Chinese Management: Theory, Evidence, and Applications (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002) 31, Questia, 8 May 2006 <>.
  • Malcolm Warner, ed., The Future of Chinese Management (Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2003) 1, Questia, 8 May 2006 <>.

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