Asian Models Of Entrepreneurship -- From The Indian Union And The Kingdom Of Nepal To The Japanese Archipelago: Context, Policy And Practice

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World Scientific Publishing Company, 27 févr. 2007 - 376 pages
In this landmark book, Leo Dana makes it clear that entrepreneurship is a global phenomenon, but much can be learned about the nature of entrepreneurial activity when we delve into the unique characteristics of different regions of the world.The profound differences both among and within the countries of Asia become vividly apparent in the pages of this book. Dana juxtaposes the explosion in entrepreneurial growth within China against the struggles to build an entrepreneurial community in Japan, or the enlightened public policy leadership in Singapore against the crisis-driven developments in Korea.The range of factors identified within each of the 15 countries examined by Dana are not random influences on the entrepreneurial process, they can be construed in more systematic and logical ways. Thus, the book uncovers the Chinese model of gradual transition, the Royal Cambodian model, the Doi-Moi model, and others. The reader is challenged to grasp these different models, and identify their commonalities and differences.
 

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Table des matières

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Culture and Enterprises
29
Chapter 3 Cambodia
39
Chapter 4 China
57
Chapter 5 India
83
Chapter 6 Indonesia
102
Chapter 7 Japan
122
Chapter 8 Korea
140
Chapter 12 Nepal
201
Chapter 13 The Philippines
217
Chapter 14 Singapore
230
Chapter 15 Taiwan
251
Chapter 16 Thailand
263
Chapter 17 Vietnam
283
Chapter 18 Toward the Future
311
References
331

Chapter 9 Laos
155
Chapter 10 Malaysia
168
Chapter 11 Myanmar
184

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Léo-Paul Dana (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)

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