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Interview with Fang Lee Cooke on The China Factor

November 2007 - By Dr. Nagendra V Chowdary

China has always been an important part of the world in its political, economic and cultural exchanges with other nations. It has become more attractive to the world in the last three decades due to its unprecedented economic growth and significant social change following the open up of its economy.
— Dr. Fang Lee Cooke
Effective executive interview with Dr. Fang Lee Cooke on The China Factor

Fang Lee Cooke is a Full Professor of HRM and Chinese Studies at Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester. She received her Ph.D from the University of Manchester. Her research interests are in the area of HRM, knowledge management and innovation, outsourcing, Chinese outward FDI and Chinese diaspora. Fang is the author of HRM, Work and Employment in China (2005, London, Routledge), and Competition, Strategy and Management in China (2008, Basingstoke: Palgrave).

Useful for Understanding of:

  • HRM, Work and Employment in China
  • The importance of BRIMC Economies in Global Economy
  • ‘The China Factor' in the Global Economy
  • Market Entry Strategies in China
  • Chinese Companies Going Global.
Originally Published in Effective Executive, IUP
Effective Executive Reference No. 03M-2007-11-06-06
IBSCDC Reference No. INT0063
Year and Month of Publication November 2007
Keywords Dr. Fang Lee Cooke, HRM, Work and Employment in China, The importance of BRIMC Economies in Global Economy,‘The China Factor' in the Global Economy, Market Entry Strategies in China, Chinese Companies Giving Global

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