Reciprocity and Control: The Organization of Chinese Family-Owned Conglomerates

@inproceedings{Hamilton2000ReciprocityAC,
  title={Reciprocity and Control: The Organization of Chinese Family-Owned Conglomerates},
  author={Gary G. Hamilton},
  year={2000}
}
To poke fun at themselves and at their own branch of science, aeronautical engineers once proved that bees could not fly. With considerably more seriousness, organization specialists, applying sound principles of management, have demonstrated that Chinese family-owned firms cannot grow large and cannot undertake sizeable and complex projects. This reasoned conclusion leads to a second one: because Chinese firms cannot succeed in enterprises requiring scope or scale, those economies in which… CONTINUE READING

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