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Culture and Chinese Management Research (OBHR725)

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Observers of the global economy often tout the 21st century as either a global century or an Asian century. This observation comes from the recognition that economic activities have become increasingly global in nature as people and goods cross national boundaries. Additionally, a new driver of global economy, China, has arrived on the scene. By many estimates, China is poised to overtake the United States as the largest economy in the world within the next decade, if not earlier. Given these...


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