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China’s Belt and Road Initiative in a Global Context : Volume II: The China Pakistan Economic Corridor and its Implications for Business / / edited by Jawad Syed, Yung-Hsiang Ying

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Titolo: China’s Belt and Road Initiative in a Global Context : Volume II: The China Pakistan Economic Corridor and its Implications for Business / / edited by Jawad Syed, Yung-Hsiang Ying Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: Cham : , : Springer International Publishing : , : Imprint : Palgrave Macmillan, , 2020
Edizione: 1st ed. 2020.
Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (XXVI, 365 p. 44 illus.)
Disciplina: 338.7095
Soggetto topico: Business
Personnel management
Diversity in the workplace
China - History
Asian Business
Human Resource Management
Cross-Cultural Management
History of China
Persona (resp. second.): SyedJawad
Nota di contenuto: 1. Introduction: Examining the Belt and Road Initiative in the China Pakistan Context; Jawad Syed and Yung-Hsiang Ying -- 2. China's Belt and Road Initiative: A Pakistani Perspective; Jawad Syed -- 3. Economic Assessment of CPEC: The Case of a Power Project; Syed M. Hasan, Hamza Ali, Fatima Azmat and Suniya Raza -- 4. Ethics and Governance Norms in Cross-cultural Projects: Implications for CPEC and other China-Pakistan Projects; Jawad Syed -- 5. Linking Ambitions, Transparency and Institutional Voids to South-South Funded CPEC Project Performance; Zehra Waheed -- 6. CPEC and its Potential Benefits to the Economy of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Pakistan; Muhammad Khalique, T. Ramayah, khushbakht Hina and Farooq Abdullah -- 7. Security and the Belt and Road: A Critical Analysis of Threats to Chinese Nationals and Businesses in Pakistan; Jawad Syed -- 8. Belt and Road Initiative: Misgivings and Resolve; Bashir Ahmad -- 9. Aligning the Global Value Chains of China and Pakistan in the Context of Belt and Road Initiative; Yasir Arrfat -- 10. Developing a Competitive Agriculture and Agro-based Industry under CPEC; Mahmood Ahmad -- 11. The Construction Sector Value Chain in Pakistan and the Sahiwal Coal Power Project; Jawad Syed, Syed Khawaja Anser Mahmood, Ahmed Zulfiqar, Majid Sharif, Usama Imran Sethi, Uzair Ikram and Saud Khan Afridi -- 12. Special Economic Zones (SEZ) under the Belt and Road: Parameters, Challenges and Prospects; Asifa Jahangir, Omair Haroon and Arif Masud Mirza -- 13. Cooperation among Business Schools across the Belt and Road: A CPEC Perspective; Jawad Syed and Memoona Tariq.
Sommario/riassunto: “As BRI is quickly emerging as one of the most important global development strategies of the 21st century, it has become imperative for all stakeholders in both mature and emerging markets to understand the opportunities it offers. This edited volume provides a timely collection of studies which reflects the complexity of the emergence of the BRI, and will be of interest to many, given the general need to further understand what is increasingly perceived as a game-changer in development discourse.” —Eddy S. Fang, Associate Professor and Head of Economics Division, Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University, China “Syed and Ying should be congratulated for such a timely, informative and important book. They have brought key issues surrounding the BRI to the forefront of our thinking, making this book a pertinent read for those analysing China’s current economic climate. This is an excellent book indeed.” —Dennis K.J. Lin, University Distinguished Professor, The Pennsylvania State University, USA “This book is a very welcome introduction to a platform of largely blank spaces. It highlights the issues of transparency and accountability, of ethics and governance norms and of misgivings and resolve. It also highlights the fact that CPEC is a product of a Chinese growth strategy.” —Kaiser Bengali, Former Advisor to Chief Minister, Sindh. Bringing together a collection of interdisciplinary chapters on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), this book offers a comprehensive overview of the topic from a business and management perspective. With a focus on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Volume II provides theoretical and empirical analyses of the opportunities and challenges facing businesses. With contributions covering economics, agriculture, energy, value chain, ethics, governance, and security, this collection is a useful tool for academics as well as policy-makers and practitioners in China, Pakistan, and other countries along the new Silk Road.
Titolo autorizzato: China’s Belt and Road Initiative in a Global Context  Visualizza cluster
ISBN: 3-030-18959-7
Formato: Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione: Inglese
Record Nr.: 9910367254903321
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Serie: Palgrave Macmillan Asian Business Series, . 2661-8443