Japanese Bosses, Chinese Workers: Power and Control in a by Wong Heung Wah Wong

By Wong Heung Wah Wong

Examines the methods in of establishing paintings, rank, repayment, and merchandising inside of a wide eastern corporation in Hong Kong, and its non secular education, to bare the socio-economic base of managerial keep an eye on. A needs to for anthropologists and Japanologists.

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