Entrepreneurship in China: The Emergence of the Private Sector

Andrew Atherton, Alex Newman

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    Abstract

    The Chinese economy has grown faster for a longer period than any other economy in the world. It is now the second, and will soon become the largest, global economy. This is an astonishing transformation of a country that in the late 1970s was one of the poorest in Asia. Central to this economic miracle has been the emergence of a private sector of entrepreneurs who have started and grown businesses of all sizes and types. This book explores these wealth creators and builders of China’s new economy, and offers guidance on the best ways to work with China’s entrepreneurs and their growing businesses.

    Entrepreneurship in China looks at the dynamic and changing nature of entrepreneurship, and the need for entrepreneurs to refine, adapt and evolve their approaches within an uncertain, fast-changing and volatile environment. This book examines the distinctive and particular context of China for entrepreneurs, and offers insights into how entrepreneurship has emerged as the driver of China’s economy. This book will benefit business people, policy makers and researchers seeking to understand Chinese entrepreneurship and offers guidance to practitioners interested in working with private Chinese businesses.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherRoutledge
    Number of pages170
    Edition1
    ISBN (Electronic)9781315625126
    ISBN (Print)9781138650091, 9781138650121
    Publication statusPublished - 29 Aug 2017

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