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What's Wrong with China

Midler, Paul

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1. Auflage Januar 2018
240 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-21371-0
John Wiley & Sons

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What's Wrong With China opens the doors to one of the least understood countries in the world. Author Paul Midler draws on over twenty years of manufacturing experience, working with Asian suppliers in a broad range of industries, to provide an insider's perspective on what China's rise means to American businesses. The author's own anecdotes explore and explain the major challenges that come along with doing business in China, and a deep appreciation and illustration of the country's rich culture embroider the lessons every businessperson should learn.
* Understand Chinese culture in the context of doing business
* Get to know this emerging cultural and economic power
* Delve into China's social challenges through first-hand accounts
* Peek inside the Chinese economy through the lens of American business

What's Wrong With China takes you beyond economic analysis, beyond the tourism, and beyond the hype to show you the nature of business in China.

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An insider's perspective on this growing economic powerhouse

What's Wrong With China opens the doors to one of the least understood countries in the world. Author Paul Midler draws on over twenty years of manufacturing experience, working with Asian suppliers in a broad range of industries, to provide an insider's perspective on what China's rise means to American businesses. Approaching China's problems as if they were our own, this book tackles the subject matter head-on to help American readers recognize and understand China's growing economic and cultural impact on this country. The author's own anecdotes explore and explain the major challenges that come along with doing business in China, and a deep appreciation and illustration of the country's rich culture embroider the lessons every businessperson should learn.

No one doubts China's global importance today, yet few truly understand the nation in a general sense. This book acts as a primer, but also digs deeper to provide a more nuanced understanding of this powerhouse nation.
* Understand Chinese culture in the context of doing business
* Get to know this emerging cultural and economic power
* Delve into China's social challenges through first-hand accounts
* Peek inside the Chinese economy through the lens of American business

Globally, China's economy touches most of the world. In the U.S., the Chinese economy is so intertwined with our own that we should know and understand the nation's problems as well as we know our own--yet, who really understands China? What's Wrong With China takes you beyond economic analysis, beyond the tourism, and beyond the hype to show the heart of the nation and the nature of business in China.

Chapter 1: The Pirate Ship

Chapter 2: A Mania for Money

Chapter 3: Blush of Shame

Chapter 4: Beating the System

Chapter 5: Intermediaries

Chapter 6: Dulled Senses

Chapter 7: Emotional Negotiators

Chapter 8: Oliver Wendell Holmes

Chapter 9: Chemicals, Guns, and Gimcracks

Chapter 10: Sinocentric Thinking

Chapter 11: "That's My Hand"

Chapter 12: Lack of Conscience

Chapter 13: Tacit Collusion

Chapter 14: Networked Behaviors

Chapter 15: Partner on the Deal

Chapter 16: Self-Regulating Empire

Chapter 17: Corps De Ballet

Chapter 18: Informal Paradox

Chapter 19: Brown Numbers

Chapter 20: Reform, Reform, Reform

Chapter 21: The Dynastic Cycle

Chapter 22: Nibble, Nibble...

Chapter 23: The Social Order

Chapter 24: Cat's Paws and Telegraphed Punches

Chapter 25: The Great Absorber

Chapter 26: Kleptoparasitism

Chapter 27: Cleaning the Slate

Chapter 28: Massacred in Business

Chapter 29: The China Watchers

Chapter 30: Isolationist Past

Chapter 31: The Benefit of the Doubt