The Routledge companion to Asian family business : governance, succession, and challenges in the age of digital disruption / edited by Ho-Don Yan, Fu-Lai Tony Yu.

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Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
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505 0 |a Part I. Key Concepts. Governance and Family Entrepreneurship. 1. Governance and Complexity in Family Firms: A Framework / Marleen Dieleman, Koay Peng Yen ; 2. Industry 4.0 and Asian Family Entrepreneurship: A Career Perspective / Jeremy C.Y. Cheng, Roger King ; 3. Unravelling Entrepreneurial Endeavour: H. S. Lee and the Birth of the Development and Commercial Bank in Malaysia / Victor Zheng, Siu-Lun Wong, Po-San Wan -- Longevity, Gender Gap, and Tacit Knowledge Innovation. 4. Longevity and Disruption-Evidence from Japanese Family Businesses / Toshio Goto ; 5. Analysis of Family Businesses from a Gender Perspective / Evangelina Aranda Garcia, Victor Jesús Martín Cerdeño, Jesús Santos del Cerro ; 6. Tacit Knowledge Innovation, Generational Change and Enterprise Development: Chinese Family Businesses in Malaysia / Kean Yew Lee, Edmund Terence Gome -- Comparative Studies. 7. Engaging Successors in Family Businesses: Case Studies in Finland and Thailand, / Matti Muhos, Anna-Mari Simunaniemi, Heli Kurikkala, Jarna Heinonen, Kongkiti Phusavat, Ramidayu Yousuk ; 8. Chinese Business Culture and Corporate Networks: An Empirical Examination on Interlocking Directorates for Major Listed Firms in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand / Zong-Rong Lee ; 9. Governance in Family Business: Australia and Sri Lanka / Anona Armstrong, Kumudini Heenetigala, Amali Ediriweera ; 10. Development and Predicaments of Entrepreneurship and Family Businesses in Russia / Anastasia Stepanova, Anastasia Subbotkina, Yuriy Timofeyev. 
505 0 |a Part II. Cases. East Asia: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. 11. Death Smiles at Us All: Changing Demographics and Succession-Induced Portfolio Entrepreneurship in a Chinese Family Business Group / Jeremy C.Y. Cheng, Kevin Au, Marshall Jen ; 12. Property Rights and Family Business Succession: The Case of Yung Kee in Hong Kong/ Fu-Lai Tony Yu, Diana S. Kwan ; 13. Trans-generational Entrepreneurship and Survival of Japanese Family Businesses - The Interconnection with Regional Communities / Yasuhiro Ochiai ; 14. Implementing Agile in a Big Firm-driven Economy: Digital Disruption and Korea's Retail Chaebol / Solee Shin ; 15. Family Business and Portfolio Entrepreneurship: The Case of Taiwan's King Car Group / Liang-Chih Chen, Ho-Don Yan -- South-East Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Vietnam. 16. Enhancing Local Culinary Potential through Internationalization of Indonesian Family Business / Grisna Anggadwita, Gadaf Rexhepi, Ratih Hendayani, Anandha Martias ; 17. The Role of Social Capital in Business Resilience: A Case Study of Malaysian Family Business / Noor Arfa Batik, Hamrila Abdul Latip, Kosmas X. Smyrnios ; 18. Understanding Family Business Succession in Myanmar: A Unified Systems Perspective / Rameshwari Ramachandra, Poorani Thanusha ; 19. Family Inertia as a Barrier to Digital Technology Adaptation by Small Philippine Family Businesses / Andrea Santiago ; 20. Achievements, Challenges and New Directions of Family Business in Vietnam / Bach Nguyen, Nhung Vu, Van Nguyen Thi Hong -- South Asia: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan. 21. Adaptability with Resource Constraints and Globalization: Family Business Groups of Bangladesh / Farzana Nahid, Mahmud Habib Zaman ; 22. Indian Family Firms in Emerging Digital Economy: An Analysis of Digital Technology Adoption / Ray Sougata, Santanu Bhadra ; 23. Creating Value across Generations in Family Run Businesses in Nepal / Sushil Kumar Pant ; 24. The Risk That Became True - Cases Study of a Pakistani Family Business Portfolio Diversification / Naveed Akhter, Marita Rautiainen, Timo Pihkala, Tuuli Ikäheimonen. 
520 |a This companion provides broad and in-depth insights into family business in Asia and how Asian family firms navigate in the digital economy. The first part of the book looks at key concepts of family business while the second part presents Asian family firms' cases from Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and other Asian economies. This comprehensive reference will help readers understand how family firms in Asia compete and survive in the world market especially in the digital age and why and how Asian economies can emerge as one of the most dynamic regions in the world. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
545 0 |a Ho-Don Yan is a Professor at the Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taiwan. He received his PhD in economics from the State University of New York at Albany. His research fields include open macroeconomics and entrepreneurship. Fu-Lai Tony Yu obtained his PhD from the University of New South Wales (ADFA). He taught at Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Monash University (Australia) and Feng Chia University (Taiwan). He is currently Emeritus Professor of Economics at Hong Kong Shue Yan University. His research interests include entrepreneurship, small and medium-sized enterprises, Austrian economics, governmental economics and Asian business systems. 
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