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‘Doing Business in Asia': How to Thrive in an International Collaboration

4 monthes ago   |   By Social Science Space

Roughly four years ago, I received an email from an unfamiliar Australian academic, Professor Gabriele Suder, seeking collaboration on a book project, entitled Doing Business in Asia. Though Professor Suder was referred by my long-term friend, Professor Jane Lu, the very nature of working on this ambitious undertaking with “strangers” somewhat dampened my interests. But the desire to document the changes occurring in Asia, in particular, the Greater China region in which I have lived and worked for more than twenty years, motivated me to embrace the “mission impossible.”
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