Understanding Chinese suppliers: dragon vs. eagle
by Daewoo Park; Hema A. Krishnan; Ravi Chinta; Margaret Cunningham; Mina Lee
International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management (IJCCM), Vol. 3, No. 3, 2013

Abstract: Corporations increasingly pursue avenues for employing the manufacturing prowess of China and managing strategic alliance and supply networks with Chinese partners. While most studies addressing global cooperative strategies such as strategic alliances and supply networks analyse organisational and industrial characteristics, few theories incorporate explanations for cross-cultural differences between US and Chinese supply chain assessment practices. Without analyses of individual differences among executives in different cultures, theories on managerial decision-making in global cooperative strategies remain incomplete. This study is an attempt to better understand Chinese executives supply chain assessment practices.

Online publication date: Thu, 18-Sep-2014

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