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Developments in Chinese entrepreneurship : key issues and challenges / edited by Douglas Cumming, Michael Firth, Wenxuan Hou, Edward Lee.

Contributor(s): Cumming, Douglas.
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York City, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: xv, 211 pages; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781137412492 (hardback).Subject(s): Entrepreneurship -- China | Small business -- China | Small business -- China -- Finance | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Business Development | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / International / GeneralSummary: "The private sector has contributed immensely to China's development since the country embarked on its steady reform toward a market-based economy. However, the ingenuity, innovation, and talents of Chinese entrepreneurship and small business can only be translated into real economic development if financial resources are efficiently allocated into growth opportunities. As China's growth lifts hundreds of millions of people out of poverty, its experience provides valuable insight for other aspiring developing countries.Developments in Chinese Entrepreneurship offers empirical evidence from cutting-edge research into the experiences and challenges of entrepreneurial activities and small business issues within China. As a leading emerging country, the experiences and challenges that China face provides useful lessons for other developing economies on topics related to:[bullet]Entrepreneurial finance[bullet]The role of venture capital and angel finance in new venture development[bullet]The influence of family dynamics upon small business management[bullet]The impact of prevailing local institutional norms and barriers on small business management[bullet]Innovation, R&D, and entrepreneurial strategies[bullet]The Impact of government policy on small business management[bullet]Survival and growth strategies for small businesses"-- Provided by publisher.Summary: "China's new entrepreneurs operate both in traditional industries, where they have over-hauled the way these businesses operate, as well as in new industries. These "new to China" industries include property, building, and construction, which caters to people's desire to own their homes, and footwear, clothing, retailing, and electronic goods, which cater to both the domestic and export markets. Perhaps the most visible entrepreneurs are those in the telecommunications, internet, and e-commerce sectors. Scholars have recently turned their attention to documenting and analyzing the rise of entrepreneurs and private sector business in China. However, this research has thus far been published in a large number of journals and magazines that are not easily accessible to an international audience. With this in mind, we have put together this book, which has contributions written by leading experts on entrepreneurial activity in China. We believe our book will be thought-provoking and highly informative for all those with an interest in detailed accounts of the development of entrepreneurial development in China"-- Provided by publisher.
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"The private sector has contributed immensely to China's development since the country embarked on its steady reform toward a market-based economy. However, the ingenuity, innovation, and talents of Chinese entrepreneurship and small business can only be translated into real economic development if financial resources are efficiently allocated into growth opportunities. As China's growth lifts hundreds of millions of people out of poverty, its experience provides valuable insight for other aspiring developing countries.Developments in Chinese Entrepreneurship offers empirical evidence from cutting-edge research into the experiences and challenges of entrepreneurial activities and small business issues within China. As a leading emerging country, the experiences and challenges that China face provides useful lessons for other developing economies on topics related to:[bullet]Entrepreneurial finance[bullet]The role of venture capital and angel finance in new venture development[bullet]The influence of family dynamics upon small business management[bullet]The impact of prevailing local institutional norms and barriers on small business management[bullet]Innovation, R&D, and entrepreneurial strategies[bullet]The Impact of government policy on small business management[bullet]Survival and growth strategies for small businesses"-- Provided by publisher.

"China's new entrepreneurs operate both in traditional industries, where they have over-hauled the way these businesses operate, as well as in new industries. These "new to China" industries include property, building, and construction, which caters to people's desire to own their homes, and footwear, clothing, retailing, and electronic goods, which cater to both the domestic and export markets. Perhaps the most visible entrepreneurs are those in the telecommunications, internet, and e-commerce sectors. Scholars have recently turned their attention to documenting and analyzing the rise of entrepreneurs and private sector business in China. However, this research has thus far been published in a large number of journals and magazines that are not easily accessible to an international audience. With this in mind, we have put together this book, which has contributions written by leading experts on entrepreneurial activity in China. We believe our book will be thought-provoking and highly informative for all those with an interest in detailed accounts of the development of entrepreneurial development in China"-- Provided by publisher.

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