Tag: Books

China Goes West: The Globalization of Chinese Brands

In the following excerpt from Joel Backaler’s book “China Goes West: Everything You Need to Know About Chinese Companies Going Global,” the chairman of China’s largest domestic automaker discusses how his company bought out Sweden’s Volvo: “We are like a poor...

/ February 24, 2015

The Ethics of Intellectual Property in China

By Steven Feldman  Editor’s Note: This essay is excerpted from the book, Trouble in the Middle: American-Chinese Business Relations, Culture, Conflict, and Ethics and reprinted with permission of Routledge. Read an interview with the author here. The American-Chinese disagreements over...

/ October 24, 2013

Navigating Difference

A business professor answers questions about the cultural and ethical issues of American-Chinese business relations and discusses how American companies are managing these differences. By Christina Nelson  The problems multinational companies face while doing business in China are well documented....

/ October 24, 2013

America’s Early Trade with China

An examination of trade between the United States and China in the 18th century may hold lessons for today’s commercial relationship. US President Richard Nixon’s historic trip to the People’s Republic of China in 1972 was an important moment in...

/ January 1, 2013

The United States and China in a G-Zero World

by Ian Bremmer Editor’s note: In his book, Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World, Ian Bremmer argues that the world has entered a period of transition. The United States, Japan, and Europe no longer have the desire or...

/ July 1, 2012