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Sustainable Entrepreneurship in China

Ethics, Corporate Governance, and Institutional Reforms

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Sustainable Entrepreneurship in China provides empirical evidence and cutting-edge research into topical business ethics issues relating to entrepreneurship, corporate governance, and institutional reforms in China.

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"Chinese entrepreneurs have contributed greatly to the country's phenomenal growth over the last 30 years. This excellent book provides essential knowledge on how the structures that have allowed them to do so well in the past, the current situation, and the reforms that are needed to ensure this success continues." - Franklin Allen Professor and Executive Director, Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, Imperial College London, UK; Nippon Life Professor of Finance, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA

"China's economic reforms bred a new class of businesspeople who took advantage of the new commercial opportunities that arose. The next challenge is how to maintain the spirit of the early pioneers. This fascinating book details how sustainable entrepreneurship can be achieved and gives examples and cases of successful privately-run businesses that have stood the test of time." - Huiyao Wang, Director General, Center for China and Globalization, China; Counselor of the State Council, China

About the authors

Hong Bo, University of London, UK Boying Xu, University of London, UK Chris Mallin, University of East Anglia, UK Hisham Farag, University of Birmingham, UK Lars Helge Haß, Lancaster University, UK Maximilian Müller, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany Zhifang Zhang, Lancaster University, UK Lerong He, State University of New York at Brockport, USA Xiaolin Qian, University of Macau, China Zheng Yang, University of Macau, China Xiuping Hua, Nottingham University, UK Yuhuilin Chen, Nottingham University, UK Jialong Li, University of Manitoba, Canada Yulin Shi, University of Manitoba, Canada Zhenyu Wu, University of Manitoba, Canada

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